A meeting has been called for Monday, March 28 to discuss the best way to maximise the valuable resource that is Redmond Park, one of the few remaining green spaces in Wexford town. The park, which nominally is run by a trust, was left by the Redmond family for the enjoyment of the people of Wexford. In the fifty or so years since the formation of the trust the park has had its ups and downs. It is now maintained and managed by Wexford Borough Council. The purpose of this meeting will be, among other things, to look at ways of making the park more family-friendly. If you wish to attend this meeting please email email@example.com.
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