Camlough Lake works ‘well on schedule’

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camloughlakeContractors working at Camlough Lake are confident that they will complete their works well ahead of the nationally acclaimed “Crooked Lake Triathlon” due to take place in June. Slieve Gullion Area Sinn Féin Councillor Roisin Mulgrew told Newry Times, “At a recent meeting of the Camlough Lake Task & Finish Group, members were given an update on the progress of work to date on the site.
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Jan End 2017“This is a fantastic project and I am delighted that the contractors are confident that the work will be completed well ahead of the 2017 tri-Athlon in June. “The visible dam structure has been clad with stone all recovered from the site which has helped to control costs and looks fabulous. “Furthermore a suggestion has been put to the committee that it may be possible to install a piece of artwork which will further enhance the finished product and relate to the history of this magnificent lake.”
The Sinn Féin representative added, “All of the Camlough Lake user groups are to be commended for the way they have promoted and utilised this fantastic amenity, their input on all developements to date as well into the future is crucial.”

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