Letterkenny Town Park or Bernard McGlinchey Town Park, as it is officially known as is situated on the site of an 18th-century woodland. It was officially opened on 12 May 1999 by TD James McDaid.
The theme of the 40,000 m2 (10-acre) park is "Peace". The park is laid out with a herb garden, flower beds, mature and new trees, an orchard area, playing areas, bowling green, walks and playgrounds, has leaf-shaped gates at several entry points and has a tea room which opened in 2008..
Info courtesy of Wikipedia
through the arch takes you to one of the many trails in the park
A Garden of Remembrance opened in honour of the memory of members of the Gardaí and Army who have given their lives in service of the United nations. A stone bench was unveiled in the park on 10 July 2007 to honour James Duffy VC (Victoria Cross)
a bench in the shade
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