EFFORTS to ensure that the peninsula from Courtmacsharry to Clonakilty is included in the review of the Wild Atlantic Way were mentioned in the Dáil before Christmas by Fianna Fáil Deputy Margaret Murphy O’Mahony.
‘The Wild Atlantic Way offers a lifeline for many people,’ she said. ‘As the Taoiseach is probably aware, a review of the Wild Atlantic Way is due to take place in February. People in West Cork have some concerns that all the areas currently included will not be included.’
In reply Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said his understanding is that the review of the Wild Atlantic Way is not about taking any part out or leaving anywhere out, but he would have that checked out and he would ask the Minister of State, Deputy Brendan Griffin, to confirm the position for the deputy.