Construction of the Min Ryan Park commenced in September 2018. This new landmark public park is designed to complement the quality of life for people in Wexford by providing a high quality and attractive open public space, which is accessible to all.
The park will boast an array of attractive features, including a playground, picnic area, dog park, memorial garden, walking track, water features, multi-use events area, play spaces, wildflower meadows and art/sculpture displays. The Park will also include a series of rich, bio diverse eco-systems such as a wetland area, wild flower meadows and native woodland habitats.
Click here to view a drawing showing the proposed layout of this new landmark public park.
The Mulcahy Family
In 2016, the Mulcahy family gave a very generous donation of €200,000 to help with the construction of the park in commemoration of their relative Min Ryan. Min Ryan served in the G.P.O. and Jacob's factory during the 1916 Rising.
Significant timelines for the project.
|Q3 2018||Construction commenced|
|Q3 2019||Park completed and open to public|
This project is part funded by the Government of Ireland through the Outdoor Recreation Infrastructure Scheme (ORIS).