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Portmarnock Landowners Could Be Taken To Court Over Evangelist Camp


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A group of envangelist christians camped in Portmarnock are due to leave today.

It comes after Fingal County Council warns the landowners they must return the land to its original condition.

Around 100 international members of the travelling community say they've set up there, with permission, to spread the word of god.

Locals had raised concerns about the number of caravans parked in the green belt on Blackwood Lane, and now Fingal County Council has warned the owners they could be taken to court.

However the group is due to leave Portmarnock today to head to Monasterevin in Co. Kildare for a prayer service this weekend.

 


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