Chapel street mural

Chapel Street Mural

Swinford Tidy Towns committee would like to say a huge thank you to Varina Mc Nicholas, for undertaking the project of desiging and painting the new Chapel Street mural opposite the secondary school in Swinford.

We would also like to thank Therese Hennigan who gave her time to help Varina. Thanks also to the committee members and volunteers that took part in the project. It took many, many hours to complete the mural project, and a huge amount of work went into the preperation.

 

Wall as it looked before mural painted

There was a lot of research done before hand, to come up with the idea, then design and sketch out the plan. We had to try and find old photos of the railway station, which were all in black and white. We then got colour photos from the mid seventies before the station closed for good.

We think you’ll agree, the mural totally transforms the wall as it used to look like! Its great to see passers by stopping to have a look and admire the work that was done. We would like to thank everyone that took part, Designed and painted by Varina Mc Nicholas with the help and skills of Therese Hennigan, Tommy Durkan, Michael Maye, Deirdre Fahey, Kevin Murtagh, Cathal Kelly, Douglas Kelly, Barbara Vose, Terry Maughan, and Rodney Coleman. The mural was painted in September 2012.

Wall after mural painted
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P.R.O. Swinford Tidy Towns. Committee meetings every Tuesday night at 8 in Gateway Hotel. Volunteers meet every Wednesday eve at 7pm (summertime) & every Saturday at 11am (all year) at No Name Club on Chapel St.
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