Casino and rock fes­ti­val plans

June 1994

Bray People - - NEWS -

A Bray in­de­pen­dent election can­di­date has put for­ward plans for the cre­ation of an in­ter­na­tional gam­bling casino in Bray.

28 year old Tom Pren­diville says that he has held dis­cussins with po­ten­tial Euro­pean and Amer­i­can back­ers of the ven­ture, and claims that with a 51 per cent share-hold­ing, the pro­ject could earn Bray EDC a seven mil­lion pound profit each year, and cre­ate up to 250 jobs.

An ur­ban coun­cil election can­di­date who de­scribes him­self as a journalist, in­ven­tor and film pro­ducer, he has also drawn up plans to re­build the town and plant 700 new trees a year, to con­vert the Carlisle Grounds into a top class sport­ing fa­cil­ity, to build 300 new coun­cil houses over the next four years, and to es­tab­lish Bray as a venue for an in­ter­na­tional rock fes­ti­val each year.

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