The Mayo Peace Park and Garden of Remembrance is a result of Michael Feeney's wish to commemorate his grand father who was killed in WW1. The main memorial contains the names of over 1100 Mayo men who died in WW1. Other memorials remember the Mayo men and women who died in other conflicts throughout the word. The memorial garden is based on the concept of the All Seeing Eye - an eye on the past to learn of its mistakes, an eye to future not to repeat them. The Park is the property of the local town council and is run by a small committee of volunteers who organise events and facilitate visitors. During the year many organised tours and individuals visit the park which is always open to the publin
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