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Radio Ulster to air interview with Cornfield Project Manager, Catherine Armstrong

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Work is underway on Coleraine’s ambitious Cornfield Project, which aims to transform a piece of land between two housing estates, Ballysally and Millburn.

The project was one of three sites in Northern Ireland competing in a public vote to receive the funding they needed to make their dreams a reality.

Recently, Helen Mark, reporter for BBC Radio Ulster paid a visit to the site, and spoke to the newly appointed Project Manager Catherine Armstrong to find out more about what the team behind the project hope to create and achieve.

Pupils from Dunluce School were also on-site, helping with “crown-lifting”. This involved removing low hanging branches to free up space in order to allow for plant growth as well as granting people access to the woodland areas.

The interview will air tomorrow morning on Radio Ulster’s “Your Place and Mine” programme between 8am and 9am. Make sure to tune in!

Image Credit : Dunluce School

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