Wexford’s Oak Tavern Granted Planning Permission To Be Rebuilt

WEXFORD’S OAK TAVERN GRANTED PLANNING PERMISSION TO BE REBUILT

One of County Wexford’s best known pubs has been granted planning permission to be rebuilt.

The Oak Tavern at Ferrycarrig Bridge was a landmark building on the edge of the river Slaney up until 2006 when it was destroyed in a fire.

Now Wexford County Council have granted planning permission for a traditional style building which will replicate the previous one.

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