Search Results for 'Ballycumber'

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‘Moate Soldiers of the Great War’ book formally launched

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To coincide with the 100th Anniversary of Armistice Day, marking the end of World War One, Moate Action Group’s Heritage Committee recently published a small book commemorating those soldiers from the locality and nearby parishes, who joined the British Army for wartime service.

Spacious and comfortable Ballycumber property

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This spacious and comfortable family home in the pleasant village setting of Ballycumber, Tullamore, has recently become available.

Ballycumber Amateur Drama Society has cupid in its sights

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Ballycumber Amateur Drama Society’s 2014 production Cupid wore Skirts opens in Ballycumber Community Centre on Saturday February 1 at 8pm and will be performed there again on Sunday February 2 at 8pm, before moving to Tuar Ard in Moate for performances at 8.30pm nightly from February 5-8.

Race to replace Whelan hots up with two more names

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The anticipated re-elevation of John Dolan to the county council chamber will no longer be the rubber-stamped formality he might have hoped for with the news this week that at least two more candidates are to contest the vacant seat - including one from his home base of Castledaly.

Mary O’Rourke to launch Berry autobiography

Nine decades living in the rural and urban midlands, encompassing many years in the Army, award-winning music playing, and a career in politics, is now documented in a new Athlone book, Stepping Back in Time.

Free bail to save State for man charged in relation to €120k drugs haul

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A Dublin man allegedly found with 300 cannabis plants with an estimated value of €120,000 in a rural Offaly housing estate, was remanded on continuing bail until June 22 in Athlone District Court this week (April 27) to await DPP directions, without having to raise a surety.

Four times the limit cider driver gets six year ban

A driver arrested with three times the legal limit of drink on him, less than a year after gardai had found him with nearly four times the limit in a stationary car drinking cider, was disqualified from driving for six years and given a 10 month jail sentence, suspended for two years.

Castletown Geoghegan housing scheme opened

The official opening of the new housing scheme at Woodside, Castletown Geoghegan was performed this week by chairman of the Kilbeggan Area Committee, Cllr Paul Daly.

Spacious mature family home

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This wonderful family home is ideal for a growing families needs and is set on a superb mature site with detached garage and includes a large commercial garage with large three-bay workshops, group water scheme, beside three-phase ESB, telephone, and gravelled yard. It is suitable for any business use. This lovely detached home which has been extended has a magnificent kitchen/ dining room and study/ office.

 

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