The Memorial Children's Park, or Redmond Park as it is more widely known, is a quaint and charming oasis right in the heart of Wexford town. It was formally established in 1933 to remember Major Willie Redmond who died in 1917 in the Great War. In the decades since it has given joy to generations of Wexford families and it remains a favourite with Wexford families today. Redmond Park deserves a blog!
Sunday, 27 November 2016
Autumn in the Park
I Shall Not Pass This Way Again
Through this toilsome world, alas,
Once and only once I pass,
If a good deed I may do, If a kindness I may show To a suffering fellow man, Let me do it while I can, No delay for it is plain I shall not pass this way again.