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Poll: Have you ever visited Trinity College?

Plans are afoot to make the campus more accessible.

Trinity College Dublin
Trinity College Dublin
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TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN is planning to open up its campus with a series of new pedestrian entrances.

The plans, outlined in the Irish Times today, aim to make the university’s campus more accessible.

Professor Veronica Campbell, Trinity’s bursar, told the newspaper: “I’ve spoken to people who’ve lived and worked in the capital their whole lives. Often, their first time in Trinity may not occur until they are in their 40s or 50s … We want our university to be a place that people walk around.”

About two million people visit the campus, which houses the Book of Kells, every year.

We want to know: Have you ever visited Trinity College?


Poll Results:

Yes, several times (4959)
Yes, but not often (3943)
No and I don't plan to (1500)
No, but I plan to (1110)
I'm not sure (135)





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