Marcella Corcoran-Kennedy TD

Marcella is a former member of Offaly County Council, serving from 1999- 2009. She has also been Chairperson of the Midlands Regional Authority and Chairperson of the Birr Theatre and Arts Centre.

Marcella was also a Director of West Offaly Enterprise Fund Ltd and a member of the West Offaly Community Forum. Mother to two children, Marcella enjoys going to the theatre. Her favourite playwright is Martin McDonagh. She is also a fan of The West Wing television series.


Cost benefit analysis will help to outline pros and cons of windfarms - Corcoran Kennedy

Fine Gael Laois/Offaly TD, Marcella Corcoran Kennedy, has today (Wednesday) welcomed confirmation from the Minister for Communications, Pat Rabbitte TD, that a full cost benefit analysis is being carried out to look at whether it is mutually beneficial for Ireland and the United Kingdom to reach an agreement to facilitate trade in renewable energy.

Corcoran Kennedy calls for one-stop public consultation website

Fine Gael Laois/Offaly TD, Marcella Corcoran Kennedy, has today (Wednesday) called on the Government to consider setting up a website to act as a hub for all issues subject to public consultation. Deputy Corcoran Kennedy received a positive response to her proposal from the Minister of State, Brian Hayes TD, when she raised the idea during Topical Issues in the Dáil earlier.

Corcoran Kennedy urges use of reporting website to stamp out child porn

Fine Gael Laois/Offaly Deputy, Marcella Corcoran Kennedy, has today (Thursday) called on the public to be vigilant to the signs of child pornography or child trafficking and to report any suspicions or evidence they may encounter online to the website hotline.ie.

Corcoran Kennedy appointed regional director for FG Children’s Referendum campaign

The Irish people will be given a very important opportunity on Saturday, November 10th to place children at the heart of our Constitution. By voting Yes to the Referendum, you will be helping to ensure that children are protected from harm.