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Dublin - Event Notice
Wednesday February 08 2017
Public Meeting: Save Hellfire Club and Massey's Wood in Dublin Mts
...our local natural heritage is threatened by 'developments'
The Hellfire Club Action Group have joined with Friends of Masseys Wood to save this natural wilderness from development. We need your support to maintain the natural integrity of the landscape and to protect the environment from commercial exploitation.
South Dublin County Council and Coilte in conjunction with Fáilte Ireland are currently planning to spend over €19 million transforming the grounds of both Massey’s Estate and the Hellfire Club into major tourist attractions. As part of this plan they intend to construct a large “interpretive centre” and a sky-bridge that extends over the road between the two grounds. These developments can only have a negative impact on what is already a very, very fragile environment.