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Keep Palace Grounds as they are

Wednesday, 5th December, 2018 10:38am

Story by David Burke
Keep Palace Grounds as they are

Tuam's Palace Grounds, a great amenity.

Keep Palace Grounds as they are

Tuam's Palace Grounds, a great amenity.

TUAM’s Palace Grounds are a unique public park which harbours wildlife and reinforces biodiversity as well as being a tranquil space for humans to enjoy.

This was the consensus at a meeting facilitated by Galway County Council to consider the future enhancement and development of the amenity on Tuesday evening November 27.

More than 50 people came along to the session in the Ard Rí House Hotel on the night that X Factor performer Brendan Murray had his homecoming.

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