Tranquility is a key part of the Kells Equestrian centre but plans for 46 giant turbines will put their disabled riders off, it has been claimed
A country riding school for kids and young adults with brain disorders is facing ruin over huge wind turbines.
For the 40 riders who attend the Riding for the Disabled Centre at Kells Equestrian in Co Meath, the tranquility of the location is a key part of their therapy.
But if plans to build 46 super-turbines for the area get the go-ahead, the school will be encircled by 600ft wind-fans with rotors the length of Croke Park, measuring 450ft.
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