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Eyeries Gets Festival Facelift

Eyeries Gets Festival Face Lift

Just in time for the Eyeries Family Festival 2015, the village has received a complete face lift. For the first time in a generation, resurfacing of the main village road, new paths, and the start of a new parking lot behind the Church got underway in March and is now nearing completion.

Hard work by Cork County Council employees together with private sub-contractors brought in all works on schedule. Hats off to all those men for the long hours. Not even the gales of early April could stop them.  

New Playground
While roadworks were underway, Eyeries' new playground was also in progress. The new amenity will provide much needed recreational facilities for younger residents and visitors. Development is almost complete.

All construction will be fully completed for the July opening of the Eyeries Family Festival 2015.

Considerable Investment
In the past few years, Eyeries has been the beneficiary of considerable investment and effort. In addition to road resurfacing, new paths, the new parking lot, and the playground, recent years has also seen the opening of Eyeries Sensory Garden as well as the further development of coastal walking amenities. Local residents, including the Eyeries Festival Committee, have worked hard to maintain Eyeries as one of Ireland's most beautiful villages.

Because Eyeries is located along the new Wild Atlantic Way drive, this considerable investment will also work to attract additional tourists to the area.

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