Old­bridge should fol­low Ardg­illan play­ground

Mid Louth Independent - - NEWS -

I PAID a visit to Ardg­illan Cas­tle re­cently and what a fa­cil­ity Drogheda man Tom Reilly and his crew there have de­vel­oped.

Sit­u­ated be­tween Bal­brig­gan and Sk­er­ries, it com­mands a huge area, with fine gar­dens and a ma­jes­tic house.

But Tom be­ing Tom, he knows that the busi­ness must al­ways move on and ex­pand in or­der to bring in re­peat busi­ness.

The su­perb play­ground at­tracts peo­ple from miles around - in­clud­ing this area - and one won­ders why a few heads can’t be knocked to­gether and a su­perb fa­cil­ity built at Old­bridge House demesne.

This would be a joint ven­ture be­tween the OPW and Meath County Coun­cil and it has been brought up be­fore but never ad­vanced past talks - never mind any de­signs.

The likes of a play­ground would bring many more to the su­perb lo­ca­tion and it is some­thing that will surely hap­pen - sooner or prob­a­bly later.

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