LANEWAY CONNECTING MORNINGTON WAY TO PATRICK STREET IN TRIM
I visited St Patrick’s Catholic Church in Trim on the day after Christmas and after leaving the church I noticed that there was a large carpark across the street from the church which gave me an opportunity to photograph the complete building. After taking a few photographs I noticed a laneway which I decided to explore. I walked along the lane until I got to Mornington Way and Mornington Heights Estate which I did not explore in detail because of an intense rain storm which forced me to return home.
In 2009 it was reported in local newspapers that at least thirty seven people had been afflicted with cancer in the Mornington Heights estate in Trim in the past 12 years – and that sixteen of them have died, according to statistics compiled by a group of local residents who are seeking answers to what they say are high rates of the killer disease in their estate. It is interesting to note that Mornington residents had also been campaigning for a mast on the green area in their estate to be removed. They also want the other masts in the locality moved away from residential areas. I tried my best to find any further information relating to this cluster of cancer cases and failed to find any additional information.
Mornington Heights is a residential estate located in Trim, County Meath, Ireland. It is a large estate with a mix of two-, three-, and four-bedroom homes. The estate is situated on a hill overlooking the town of Trim, and it offers stunning views of the surrounding countryside. The estate is well-maintained and has a variety of amenities, including a playground, a park, and a community centre. The average price of a home in Mornington Heights is €252,000. This makes it a relatively affordable option for those looking to buy a home in Trim.