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Old ball alley gets new life as contemporary woodwork building

Wednesday, 7th October, 2020 9:26am

Story by Siobhan Holliman
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Old ball alley gets new life as contemporary woodwork building

Photo: Ray Ryan

Old ball alley gets new life as contemporary woodwork building

Photo: Ray Ryan

A NEW €1 million woodwork and construction studies building on the St Jarlath’s College campus in Tuam is to become a centre of excellence for subject teachers in the West of Ireland.

The contemporary building is nestled into mature trees and is the perfect space for students studying wood and working with the natural material. Its striking design has emerged from incorporating the school’s old concrete handball alley into the new building.

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