€112,659 for six Wexford projects

By Dan Walsh

The Government has today announced funding of €112,659 for six Wexford walking trails and outside recreation.

The ancient bridge at Duncormick and the entrance to the St. Clomaun’s River Walk.

€20,000 will be used for signage and improvement works at St. Clomaun’s Way River Walk at Duncormick. The Murrintown Community Trail has been granted €20,000 for the extension of the walking trail. And a similar amount goes to Slí Carman coastal trail at Wexford town for minor beach improvements.

€17,405 in funding has been announced for the Mount Nebo and Killanerin-Curragh Wood trail in North Wexford. €17,636 is earmarked for the development of the Kilmicheal Point Trail in the same area. And €17,618 is available for the Boro River Walking Trail at Borodale, near Enniscorthy.

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