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Sinn Féin councillor Paul Hogan has called on Athlone Town Council not to increase commercial rates in the upcoming budget for 2010. The call comes as many businesses in Athlone are feeling the pinch of the current economic climate, he says.
Six jobs have been lost in Athlone with the closure on Wednesday this week of the town’s Budget Travel shop in Golden Island Shopping Centre.
With the countdown to Christmas now firmly underway, it’s worth taking time out to consider what to do over the festive holidays. Well, what better event to look forward to than Athlone’s Christmas pantomime, Olde King Cole. The show, which is currently in rehearsal, will take place in the Dean Crowe Theatre starting on New Year’s Eve with a matinee performance starting at 2.30pm.. There will also be a performance on New Year’s Day at 7.30pm and two performances on Saturday January 2 at 2.30pm and at 7.30pm.
The Prince of Wales Hotel, Athlone is holding a fundraiser to help all those affected by the flooding on Friday December 11 at 8pm. There will be live entertainment, a music quiz, raffle, and spot prizes.
Looking for inspiration for Christmas ideas? SBA Home Ideas has everything you need, with a range of practical, quirky and decorative gift ideas.With up to 70 per cent off selected items, now is the the perfect time to check out Athlone’s largest furniture and accessories showroom.
Where? No 4 The Strand, Athlone, Co Westmeath
“I don’t think there’s anyone who could not be numbed with sadness at the deaths in Mayo,” said Judge John Neilan, urging an Athlone man to slow down on the roads.
After the recent re-opening of the Austin Friars Hotel in the centre of Mullingar, its neighbour the Annebrook Hotel continues the positive trend by converting 121sqm of its premises on the first floor from an aparthotel into a fitness spa, after it was granted permission to do so by the county council this week.
The decision by the Government to abolish the Christmas Bonus payment for 24,935 social welfare recipients in Westmeath will result in a loss of over €5m in shopping power to the county in the run-up to the Christmas period, it was claimed by Sinn Féin Councillor Paul Hogan this week.
The clean-up operation following the flooding of several hundred homes in Athlone and the surrounding area will cost hundreds of thousands of euros and will be “difficult, traumatic, messy and will take some time”, according to county manager Dan McLoughlin.