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The Latin Quarter Galway this week announced programme details of the Guinness Live music festival which will take place from Thursday September 27 until Sunday September 30.
In the year 1759, Arthur Guinness signs a 9,000-year lease on a disused brewery at St James’s Gate, Dublin, including water rights. To the delight of many, Arthur begins brewing porter and ale. And now, world-wide, each year, the remarkable legacy of Arthur Guinness, the creator of Guinness, is celebrated at 17.59pm, and this year it is Thursday next September 22.
The Latin Quarter Galway has announced details of Guinness Live, a brand new music festival for Galway.
Diageo Ireland has announced that the Kilkenny branch of Down Syndrome Ireland is to receive a grant of €1,000 to help alleviate the cost of running a summer camp for local children with the condition.
A man has appeared before Mullingar District Court charged with stealing more than €2,500 worth of alcohol from outside Daly’s Bar, Oliver Plunkett Street, Mullingar.
Over 700 ride on lawn-mowers turned out in the blistering sun on Sunday last in a bid to make a world record worthy of entry into the Guinness Book of Records.
There are only three more days left to register to be part of the Guinness World Record Ride On Mower Attempt which takes place this Sunday July 24, in Dunnamaggin GAA field.
The staff of Kilkenny’s St Francis Abbey Brewery in Kilkenny are once again concerned about reports that the drinks giant Diageo are revisiting plans to consolidate its beer-making facilities currently located at St James’ Gate in Dublin.
Diageo Ireland has announced the full details of the 2011 ‘Gifted’ programme with a call to Diageo employees in Kilkenny to get involved and get nominating charities and voluntary groups for financial support.
The Arthur Guinness Fund has opened for applications from social entrepreneurs around Ireland, with up to €1 million available to those who have projects that are innovative, influential, and sustainable.