Pobail Eanna take part in major tree planting initiative in Glengormley

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MEMBERS, players, pupils, governors, friends and families of Pobail Éanna, the burgeoning Gaelic community comprising of St Enda’s GAC and Gaelscoil Éanna in Glengormley went into environmental overdrive on Saturday April 2 with a major tree-planting event.

Jim Murray, the Antrim GAA County Board Chairman was among those in attendance on the site up the Hightown Road where he helped to plant the first tree of a total of 1,200 that were rooted down on the day, and which add the finishing touch to the landscaping of two new pitches recently constructed at the complex.

“These two pitches developed by St Enda’s will hopefully be fit for playing purposes in Spring of next year,” said Niall Murphy.

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