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Athlone Film Club reels out their first film of the new year when the popular club shows the humorous and touching ‘Lucky’, which will screen on Tuesday, January 15, at 8pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre.
With news that Athlone Regional Sports Centre is to be significantly enhanced next year with the development of an outdoor fitness park and the resurfacing of the existing astro turf pitch, reaction to the facility investment has been extremely positive amongst the town’s elected representatives.
With the aim of keeping Athlone clean, Westmeath County Council Cathaoirleach, Cllr. John Dolan, welcomed members of Irish Water to Athlone to take part in a litter pick. The Irish Water representatives were members of the technical advisors service team who took a break from their national meeting to help a local community group.
In tandem with the recent positive news of a changing landscape within the heart of the town, Athlone Regional Sports Centre has announced news of two major development projects to take place at the state of the art multipurpose facility next year.
Midfielders Conor Barry and Conor Melody, and youngster Adam Rooney, have signed contract extensions with Galway United for the 2019 SSE Airtricity League season.
The Irish Provinces indoor rowing competition held their annual event at the University of Limerick. This event attracts rowers from all over the country and host competitions for both adults and children.
It is not difficult to see why Old Mervue has become so popular with first time buyers and investors, as this mature residential estate still remains affordable despite its convenience to the city centre, local shopping centres, and some of Galway’s largest employers, Boston Scientific, Hewlett Packard, and Thermo King on its doorstep.
Sherry FitzGerald presents to the market No 15 Radharc an Chlair for sale by private treaty. This first floor apartment is ideally located in the sought after Galway suburb of Salthill.
The first concerted move to improve Salthill (that I know of) was in 1882 when funds were collected locally and the Salthill Improvement Company was set up to improve the resort. The prevention of pollution was a priority. The company had its ups and downs and eventually died off. The first meeting of the Galway Urban District Council in 1925 had a deputation from Salthill who listed proposed improvements, In the 1930s a Salthill Development Committee was set up.