An Tánaiste is impressed by Crann’s service offering

An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar shakes hands with Kate Jarvey outside the front entrance of The Crann Centre. Padraig Mallon can be seen behind Kate.
An Tanaiste, Leo Varadkar, speaks with Kate Jarvey and Colette Cahill in the Continence Clinic room at The Crann Centre.
Sarah Dullea, owner of Sarah's Art of Beauty, sits with An Tanaiste Leo Varadkar in her clinic at The Crann Centre. An Tanaiste admires his nails after a treatment.

The team at Crann welcomed An Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar, T.D. recently and were delighted with the opportunity to show him around both the Impact Hub and the Crann Centre itself.

On arrival at the Impact Hub, he was introduced to the Crann team and he met with key sponsors and supporters of the business hub, which is Ireland’s first fully-inclusive business hub.

He was also presented with a t-shirt designed by Nathan Kirwan of Chariot Clothing who is himself an Impact Hub user.

He was then taken on a tour of the Crann Centre by founder, Kate Jarvey, Chief Executive, Padraig Mallon and Head of Services, Colette Cahill.

During the tour, An Tánaiste was provided with information about the range of services offered at Crann including Health & Continence, Mobility and Psychological Wellbeing services.

As a former doctor, An Tánaiste has a good understanding of the value of the services on offer at Crann and prior to his departure, he commented on how impressed he was by what he saw and how the unique service offering at Crann can benefit people with disabilities.

He even took a moment to pop into Sarah’s Art of Beauty located at the Crann Centre and where business owner, Sarah Dullea, gave his finger nails the once over!

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