Regional Park Allotments Scheme Ballincollig

Browne Brothers recently completed Corks’ first public allotments in Ballincollig Co. Cork. The project was funded by Cork County Council in conjunction with South and East Cork Area Development (SECAD) and Ballincollig Tidy Towns.

The scheme represents the culmination of a partnership approach to delivering services for the community and the greater South Cork region. It comprises 80 plots along with a canteen, toilet facilities and storage areas.

It was opened by the Mayor of County Cork, Cllr Noel O’Connor. Have a look at the photographs below and we would love to hear your comments.

 

The site for the Regional Park Allotments Scheme, Ballincollig in June 2013 prior to commencement

Regional Park Allotments Scheme, Ballincollig Cork

The site for the Regional Park Allotments Scheme, Ballincollig in
June 2013 prior to commencement.

 Regional Park Allotments Scheme, Ballincollig in June 2013

Landscaping the Regional Park Allotments Scheme, Ballincollig in
June 2013.

Pictured at the official opening of the Regional Park Allotment Scheme, Ballincollig were, from left to right: Vincent Florish, Recreation & Amenity Services, Divisional Services South, Cork County Council; Tom Butler, chairperson Ballincollig Tidy Towns; Gary Whyte, PRO Ballincollig Community Forum; Maurice Manning, director of services Divisional Services South, Cork County Council; Mayor of County Cork, Cllr Noel O’Connor; Daithí Ó Donnabháin, director SECAD; Ryan Howard, CEO SECAD; Cllr Derry Canty, and Noelle Desmond, Recreation & Amenity Services, Divisional Services South, Cork County Council.

Pictured at the official opening of the Regional Park Allotment
Scheme, Ballincollig were, from left to right: Vincent Florish,
Recreation & Amenity Services, Divisional Services South, Cork County
Council; Tom Butler, chairperson Ballincollig Tidy Towns; Gary Whyte,
PRO Ballincollig Community Forum; Maurice Manning, director of
services Divisional Services South, Cork County Council; Mayor of
County Cork, Cllr Noel O’Connor; Daithí Ó Donnabháin, director SECAD;
Ryan Howard, CEO SECAD; Cllr Derry Canty, and Noelle Desmond,
Recreation & Amenity Services, Divisional Services South, Cork County
Council.

Mayor of County Cork, Cllr Noel O’Connor, cuts the ribbon to official open the Regional Park Allotment Scheme, Ballincollig. Included are Maurice Manning, director of services Divisional Services South, Cork County Council; Cllr Derry Canty; Pat Clarke, Ballincollig Tidy Towns; Tom Butler, chairperson Ballincollig Tidy Towns; Noelle Desmond and Vincent Florish, Recreation & Amenity Services, Divisional Services South, Cork County Council; Ryan Howard, CEO SECAD; Daithí Ó Donnabháin, director SECAD, and JJ Browne and Tom Fitzgibbon,

We would love to hear your comments on this project below.

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by arthur