A Coalisland Canal walk and treasure hunt is set to take place.
Revealed: Vandalised Coalisland sign removed just weeks after being installed cost £4,000 to construct6th June 2012 | By: Coalisland Post | Comments Off on Revealed: Vandalised Coalisland sign removed just weeks after being installed cost £4,000 to construct
A Coalisland sign that was removed within weeks of being erected after it was damaged by vandals cost almost £4,000 to create, it has emerged.
Tension is mounting in the war of Coalisland’s supermarkets as heavyweight superstore Springisland has submitted objections to the planned Lineside development.
- Revised plans submitted after developers buy out objecting architects
The Coalisland Canal committee have made a formal objection to the Lineside supermarket proposals after developers submitted revised plans for their grocery superstore.
A special piece of artwork to commemorate Coalisland councillor and local historian Jim Canning was officially unveiled today as hundreds attended the canal group’s annual Christmas walk.
Volunteers gathered at Coalisland Canal to take part in a clean-up operation and help expose the original walls of a lock along the waterway.
A special plaque to commemorate Coalisland councillor and local historian Jim Canning will be officially unveiled during the canal group’s annual Christmas walk.
The level of car parking planned for the Lineside supermarket development is only half of what is required, a Coalisland architects’ firm has claimed.