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School boys who saved The Little Mill return for launch

Wednesday, 12th September, 2018 9:44am
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School boys who saved The Little Mill return for launch

Tuam's restored Mill Wheel. Photo: Ray Ryan

School boys who saved The Little Mill return for launch

Tuam's restored Mill Wheel. Photo: Ray Ryan

By Robert Grace

FIVE of the seven boys whose school project saved Tuam's Little Mill back in the 1970s will return to the town for the relaunching of the site on Saturday, October 6.
Local man Liam Kelly, Michael Flaherty, John Loftus, Frederick McDonogh, Damien McGrath, Sean Moggan and John O’Gorman were in Sixth Year in the Christian Brother’s Secondary School in 1970 when Tuam Town Commissioners were considering replacing The Little Mill site with a public carpark.

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