“Terrorist acts” endanger horse project (with Video)

first_imgShannondoc operating but only by appointment No vaccines in Limerick yet Linkedin TAGSAnimal CrueltyBallinacurra Weston Residents AlliancefeaturedHorsevideo by Bernie [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up BALLINACURRA Weston residents have warned horse-owners who conducted destructive and violent protests last week that they are threatening the very thing they claim to cherish.The Ballinacurra Weston Residents Alliance have ben campaigning to have a horse project located in the area, so that people who own horses will learn to look after them properly.Bt incidents last week in which a house was torched, the church daubed in paint and windows broken, is not helping the situation, said Cathal McCarthy, PRO for the Alliance.“These people say they are protesting about their horses being seized – this is not protest, this is terrorism,” he told the Limerick Post.“We have been pushing hard to get funding for a horse project but this kind of behaviour just makes people angry and the project loses all goodwill and support. People are asking why we should try to help people who do this to their own community?”. Previous articleChanging face of city businessNext article‘Installations and Provocations’ at City Gallery Editor Twitter Facebook Corbally St Patrick’s Day parade kept its distance Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April center_img Advertisement RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR NewsLocal News“Terrorist acts” endanger horse project (with Video)By Editor – July 31, 2014 694 Print Stay Healthy at Home with Derval.ie WhatsApp Email First Irish death from Coronaviruslast_img

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