Clondalkin residents invited to reclaim St Cuthbert’s Park
By Maurice Garvey
The community of Clondalkin are moving forward with their efforts to reclaim the much-troubled St Cuthbert’s Park – a public amenity which in recent times has become a graveyard for stolen cars, dumped rubbish and anti-social behavior.
The park is in the process of being reclaimed by a wide range of stakeholders to restore the park back to its previous condition as a wonderful local amenity.
On Wednesday evening at 6.30pm (May 24) in Ace Enterprise Centre, a Friends of St Cuthberts’ public meeting will take place.
All are welcome to attend the meeting to provide support or input their suggestions to improve the problems going on at the park.
Local resident George Graham said: “Currently local residents who are being supported by the Community Safety Forum and Cllr Mark Ward are coming together to develop a working group with the objective of reclaiming and improving St Cuthbert’s Park.
“This public space for the community needs as much local support, input and ideas it can get. This will help to transform the park into a positive and well used part of the community.
“If you would like to get involved please contact us, likewise if you have any suggestions please post here or send us a message. This is an inclusive space where all local voices will be heard.”
For additional information contact Richard at 5476055 or on 086 4118813.
Alternatively, people can follow the group’s Friends of St Cuthberts’ Facebook page HERE.