At a reception held at Nagle House, members of the Board paid tribute to the progress made by the station during Declan’s time as Manager. Among other things, they cited the huge increase in the level of station activity and engagement with the local community; the move to state of the art studios at Nagle House, and, of course the recent launch of the station’s Outside Broadcast unit.
Making a presentation on behalf of the station, The Chair of C.RY.104fm, Cllr Mary Linehan Foley thanked Declan for all of his hard work and wished him, his wife Christina and their two sons all the very best for the future.
Declan intends to continue as a Member and a Volunteer with the station. He is currently making a six-part radio documentary on the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul in Ireland, which will be broadcast on C.R.Y.104fm this Autumn.