Enniscorthy Business Park, County Wexford

Site Location: Enniscorthy Technology Park
Quantity of trees planted: 5,000
Site Size: 22,000 sq ft each
Date planted: 12th January 2024
Site Owner: Wexford County Council


We would like to acknowledge Gerry Forde and Cliona Connolly of Wexford County Council for preparing a magnificent site overlooking The Slaney in Enniscorthy. Also to Cllr. John Fleming (chairman Wexford Co. Council. Cllr. John O’Rourke (chairman Enniscorthy Municipoal District), Cllr. Cathal Byrne, Cllr. Aidan Browne, Billy Murphy (Enniscorthy Tidy Towns & Sustainable Enniscorthy), Clare Kelly (Climate Action officer), Frank Burke (Climate Action co-ordinator), Barry O’Neill (Wexford Co Council gardner), Also thanks to the Uniphar Group for sponsoring this site.

To Gearoid Kennedy and John Overton (Forestry Services Ltd.) for planting the trees and Maisie the dog for sniffing out any trouble.

Trees Planted

The following is a list of the 5,000 trees planted at this site.

Scots Pine
Birch Pendula
Malus Sylvestris
Prunus Avium
Prunus Padus
Sorbus Aria
Sorbus Acuparia
Cratageus Monogyna
Prunus Spinosa
Viburnum Opulus
Rosa Canina

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Site Details

Enniscorthy is an old town, proud of its past and history and looking forward to an inspiring future. The origins of the town go back to 510 AD, when St. Senan from County Clare founded a monastic settlement on the eastern side of the River Slaney in the area now known as Templeshannon.




County Wexford


Wexford County Council


12th January 2024

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