More investment promised for Glenveagh

Donegal South West Deputy Dinny Mc Ginley has been told that money is to be invested in improving walkways and the restaurant at Glenveagh National Park this year.

He was also told by Environment Minister John Gormley that Future investment will be considered in the context of a Management Plan for the park, with a draft going out to public consultation this year according to the environment minister.

The numbers visiting the park have been increasing, with over 117,000 visiting Glenveagh last year, 15,000 up on the 2006 figure.

Deputy Mc Ginley says as well as supporting tourism, Glenveagh remains an important employer.