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National - Event Notice
Thursday January 01 1970

Tara Survey Result and Demonstration

category national | environment | event notice author Friday February 01, 2008 13:48author by Lismullen Report this post to the editors

Demonstration, to illustrate the magnitude of the Lismullen henge will use hundreds of crosses, symbolising the rebels who were hung near Soldier's Hill in 1798.


A peaceful demonstration will take place within the Tara/Skryne Valley this Sunday February 3rd. All are welcome.
The demonstration, to illustrate the magnitude of the Lismullen henge will use hundreds of crosses, symbolising the rebels who were hung near Soldier's Hill in 1798.
A proposed solution to the debate regarding the M3 Motorway and the preservation of the Tara /Skryne Valley was put before the cabinet earlier this year. The solution proposes that the Tara Landscape be made into a World Heriitage Park, to include a better road than currently available using a 2+1 lane solution (not a motorway) and incorporating increased coach and bus routes and a rail link. The M3 Motorway would proceed to the Valley and beyond the Valley thus preserving the heritage section. A new National Survey has been conducted by RedC research to ascertain what percentage of the population would like to see this plan put into action. Results of this survey will be made public at the demonstration and will be available on the www.sacredireland.org website from Monday February 4th.
People are encouraged to bring cameras and to wear rubber boots and suitable rainwear.
Assembly point, Tara Car Park or Vigil Camp 2.30pm.
For additional information, call
Debbie Reilly or Heather Buchanan
Tara Solidarity Vigil
086 1758557
PO Box 30
Co Meath

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author by Pixiebloodpublication date Mon Feb 04, 2008 15:00author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Survey results makes interesting reading. There is a lot of information to sift through there. Glad the demo went well, any pics?

Related Link: http://www.sacredireland.org
author by TaraTaraTarapublication date Wed Feb 06, 2008 13:56author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Poignant and touching display.

Demo on the Henge
Demo on the Henge

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