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Nenagh's 'Gill's Garden' coming to fruition

Thursday, 11th April, 2019 12:59pm
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Nenagh's 'Gill's Garden' coming to fruition
Nenagh's 'Gill's Garden' coming to fruition

Aerial image of the ‘Gill’s Garden’ site beside Nenagh Castle, where development works are coming to fruition.

Tipperary Co Council is overseeing the works, which involve planting and the installation of lighting, furniture and other features in the walled garden.

The council is considering naming the site the ‘Castle Garden’ and officially opening it in May. PHOTOGRAPH: GER DOYLE

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