Tidy Towns exit gar­den project

Bray People - - NEWS -

GREY­STONES Tidy Towns have pulled out of the 1916 Re­mem­brance Gar­den project.

The group was to col­lab­o­rate with the coun­cil on land­scape works for the gar­den. The Grey­stones Mu­nic­i­pal Dis­trict Of­fice will now com­plete the project out of its own re­sources.

Cllr Ni­cola Law­less won­dered how much this would cost and if Gate­way re­sources could be used for the project. En­gi­neer Ruairi O’Han­lon said that the money has to come from the parks and open spa­ces main­te­nance. They will re-use cob­bles from an­other project to help keep costs down. Cathaoir­leach Grainne McLough­lin said that this could lead to weeds, how­ever Mr O’Han­lon said that they will be putting down a bar­rier. Mean­while, the seven trees have been planted and the Procla­ma­tion stone and flag pole have been erected.

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