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Lismullin in the Gabhra Valley

category national | miscellaneous | news report author Thursday April 05, 2007 13:55author by Muireann Ni Bhrolchain - Campaign to Save Tara Report this post to the editors

The site of the last battle of the Fianna

This contains a series of photographs taken over the weekend 30 March - 2nd April of the area of Lismullin, the Gabhra Valley. This is how the most important area in Ireland is treated with the permission of Meath County Council and the National Roads Authority.
Skryne in the background
Skryne in the background

The Campaign to Save Tara is very disappointed that the An Taisce case, taken on transport grounds, failed yesterday in the High Court. It show how the judiciary in this country has become increasingly politicised. The political route is now the only option left for Tara and this will be mounted by the Campaign.
Funds are necessary for such an exercise and the banking details are found on the website but they are given here as well.
Target is €10,000
To date the campaign has been funded primarily by the campaigners themselves. If you wish to make a donation to the campaign our Bank Account details are as follows:

For Donations from within Ireland:
Bank: Bank of Ireland
Account Name: Campaign to Save Tara
Account No: 42869724
Sort Code: 90 34 37

For Donations from outside Ireland:
Campaign to Save Tara Current Account
IBAN IE12 BOFI 903437 42869724

You can also send funds to:
Campaign to Save Tara,
PO Box 30,
Co. Meath,

or to:
Dr. Muireann Ní Bhrolcháin,
School of Celtic Studies,
National University of Ireland,
Co. Kildare,

Related Link: http://www.savetara.com

Rath Lugh, road track and the Gabhra River
Rath Lugh, road track and the Gabhra River

pottery from spoil heap Lismullin
pottery from spoil heap Lismullin

Partial extent of the site
Partial extent of the site

Diggers at Lismullin
Diggers at Lismullin

 #   Title   Author   Date 
   More photos     Muireann Ni Bhrolchain    Thu Apr 05, 2007 14:01 
   More photographs     Muireann Ni Bhrolchain    Thu Apr 05, 2007 14:09 
   Criminal despoilation     M. Ni Bhrolchain    Thu Apr 05, 2007 14:13 
   And finally for the moment     Muireann Ni Bhrolchain    Thu Apr 05, 2007 14:20 
   Health warning     Tricky Micky    Thu Apr 05, 2007 14:36 
   Press Release     Muireann Ni Bhrolchain    Thu Apr 05, 2007 14:51 
   Affidavit     James    Thu Apr 05, 2007 15:12 
   Don't put all your Easter Eggs in the CST Basket     TaraWatch    Thu Apr 05, 2007 15:50 
   Re: Health Warning     Michael Martin    Thu Apr 05, 2007 22:49 
 10   Greens target major road schemes     Muireann Ni Bhrolchain    Fri Apr 06, 2007 11:41 
 11   "Don't put all your Easter Eggs......" and others     Mick Egan    Fri Apr 06, 2007 13:05 
 12   PPP Agreement (M3)     W. Finnerty.    Fri Apr 06, 2007 13:47 
 13   what the courts think of Tara case     anonanon    Fri Apr 06, 2007 23:51 
 14   The political front     Michael Martin    Sat Apr 07, 2007 00:45 
 15   Are judges infallible?     W. Finnerty    Sat Apr 07, 2007 09:47 

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