10 June 2016 No Comments by The Northern Standard

A beautiful new perennial community garden has been opened in the centre of Glaslough Village by Glaslough Tidy Towns.
The garden, which is located beside the Coach House and Olde Bar, was officially unveiled by the newly elected Mayor of Glaslough Mrs Anne Mc Ghee on Sunday, 3rd June in glorious weather.
The project was initiated by Glaslough Tidy Towns, with the construction works carried out by local committee volunteers, members of Donagh Community Employment Scheme and Mr Barry Kavanagh from Nature’s PATCH Network.
  Thanks to the excellent skills of everyone involved, the Coach Garden will undoubtedly prove to be a great asset to the village and really enhances the natural environs of Glaslough. When designing the garden, the tidy towns were very much mindful of creating a greenscape in keeping with the heritage of Glaslough village. The design encompasses the old coach theme with a cut stone horse shoe shaped seat, an old authentic horse cart, cart wheel seats and cobbled beds.
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