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This place is a mild paradise for me at present. We moved yesterday, from our sumptuous home, to a much older, wilder place - £2 a week, a house annexed to a big farm (big for this region) at the top of Cleggan bay - right on the west coast.
Local woman Teresa had been overweight for as long as she could remember. She was ill as a child and as she recovered, she was fed lots to “build her up”. Her parents had a chip shop in Athlone, which didn’t help her weight problem.
CONSCIOUS OF the fact that Galway’s literary festival, Cúirt, was becoming somewhat estranged from the people of Galway, for whom it was inaugurated, it was decided four years ago to organise a number of events in and for local communities, to bring the festival back to the people.
Home Instead Senior Care is calling on older people across Westmeath to ‘age loudly’ in 2014 with the launch of their new edition of Senior Citizen: The Essential Guidebook, a survival guide to ageing in Ireland.
More than 500 students, faculty, and staff of Semester at Sea® (SAS), the nation’s premier shipboard programme for study abroad, will arrive in Galway at 8:00 am on 31 August for a one day exploration of Galway before also docking in Dublin. Ireland is the first country on the academic voyage itinerary. Sarah Cosgrove, a student from the National University of Ireland (NUI) Galway joined the shipboard community in Halifax where embarkation took place on 23 August. All participants are traveling aboard the MV Explorer, a state-of-the-art passenger ship that Semester at Sea has outfitted as a traveling university.
As the Advertiser was going to press last night, Moate boxer Joe Ward was at the ringside for bout number 115 in the 81kg division as he watched the outcome unfold between Abdurakhmonov Dilovasnoi of Tajikistan and Dmitrov Stoimen of Bulgaria to determine who with be the Westmeath man’s opponent in the last thirty two at the AIBA World Boxing Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan.
One of the prime movers in the development of soccer in Roscommon, John Sherlock, was laid to rest this week in Drum after his untimely death in a car crash in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Many of us spend time looking for a little bit of magic in our lives. Fortunately a new magician in Mayo is now here to help fulfil this quest.
On Monday March 29 a flower arranging and gardening evening will take place in the Bloomfield House Hotel at 7.30pm.
“No man at all can be living forever and we must be satisfied.”