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Church notes

All Saints’ Church of Ireland in Mullingar can be found at the end of Church Avenue. The present church building is celebrating its bicentenary this year, having been built in 1814. However, there has been a church on this site since 1208 AD.

Mullingar counselling charity celebrates first year with gala concert

Good2Talk (G2T), Mullingar’s suicide prevention service will celebrate its first year supporting the community on May 10 with a charity classical concert in All Saints church.

Richard Hawley standing at the edge

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SKY’S EDGE is a hill overlooking the centre of Sheffield, the ‘Steel City’ in South Yorkshire that has long been the muse and inspiration for the sumptuous songs of its native son Richard Hawley.

Leather — the trend that won’t go away

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Hands up, who has a leather jacket? If you answer yes, whatever you do, do not throw it away. If you answered no, now is the perfect time to make this all important investment. Leather is simply a trend that will not remove itself from society. So much so, it really cannot be called a trend any longer, it is a staple piece which should form part of every capsule wardrobe. Black, brown, dark berry shades, whatever your preference, this season is all about the longevity and versatility of leather. Catwalk trends vary – from full length leather coats at Michael Kors and Alberta Ferretti, to trousers by Yves Saint Laurent, dresses from Fendi, to the all-out bizarre and showstopping looks by Gareth Pugh and Rick Owens (look up these designers on the net to see the full shows). The high street collections are safer, but are impressive interpretations of the hottest designer looks. A word of warning though, leather needs some TLC so when investing in a piece, take the time to maintain the fabric by cleaning it and checking for damage.

Westmeath heritage gets chance to shine

Heritage Week continues all over Westmeath this weekend (August 24-26), with the highlight being the Tyrrellspass Festival, winner of the best event award last year.

Starting the twelve-month pilgrimage

There are historical reasons why we celebrate New Year on the first day of January. And when I say ‘we’, I am reminded that other cultures celebrate their New Year at different times, but, if for no other than commercial reasons, the Western way of marking the New Year on January 1 has been adopted around the world.

Notes for the season

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Lisa Lane

Music at the Cúirt festival

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CÚIRT IS a festival which celebrates prose, poetry, writers, and publications, but writing is not confined solely to novelists and poets, it can also include lyricists, wordsmiths, and songwriters.

The Spirit Of Pink Floyd

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THE SPIRIT Of Pink Floyd Show, a major celebration of the music of the legendary British band, is coming to the Black Box Theatre on Friday April 9 at 8pm.

Moylette claims national senior title

Ray Moylette added another feather to his cap on Saturday night in the National Stadium in Dublin. The Islandeady man who boxes for St Anne’s in Westport picked up his first national senior men’s title at the 64kg weight after a 10-3 win over Stephen Donnelly from All Saints in the final.

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