Cllr. Brian Fitzgerald and Cllr. Damien O’Reilly, are delighted to announce that Clonee will be getting a new fully equipped playground adjacent to the Tolka river and bridge (at McDonald’s) in Clonee village. This is a project both Councillors have been working hard ON

Cllr. Brian Fitzgerald was first to speak at the meeting, recommending to reject the change in rural single homes.

for the last year.

Meath County Council will run and maintain this new amenity for the growing young community in the village.
This new playground will become a new focal location in Clonee village for new and present members of the community to meet and help build community spirit in Meath’s gateway village.
At the recent Ratoath Municipal District meeting, Cllr. O’Reilly called on Meath County Council to seek central government funding for a new urban regeneration plan for Clonee to upgrade all aspects of Meath’s gateway village.
Clonee is now the home to Meath’s new economic belt and it is hoped that many multinationals will locate in this area from Clonee to Fairyhouse roundabout, generating high-value employment opportunities in the area.
The new playground will help build on the community spirit in the area already generated by the active members of Clonee Tidy Towns.
This is the first in many steps to enhance Clonee village for all members of the community.