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Launch of thriving community initiative sees Battery Heights flourish

A four person environmental unit, working under the TUS programme and supported by the local residents' association, has been charged with the ongoing maintenance of Battery Heights, a development which has been warmly welcomed by Athlone Deputy Mayor, Cllr Aengus O'Rourke.

Persistent prevalence of anti-social behaviour a growing concern

The increase in anti-social behaviour within certain residential estates in Athlone is becoming a prevalent concern, Town Mayor, Cllr Aengus O’Rourke, asserted to the Athlone Advertiser this week.

Community spirit to the fore during united Battery Heights spring clean

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Community spirit was very much prevalent in recent times as the residents of Battery Heights united for a spring season clean-up of their living surrounds.

Cohesive work ethos realises Dean Kelly National School project

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The enhanced and improved surface markings on the all weather facility in Battery Heights has been positively received by the staff and pupils of the Dean Kelly National School.

Works progressing on upgrade of Athlone water treatment plant

Addressing a recent meeting of Athlone and Moate Municipal District, Fianna Fáil Councillor, Frankie Keena, informed his fellow elected representatives that work had commenced pertaining to the provision of a temporary upgrading of the Athlone water treatment plant at Marine View.

Athlone Family Resource Centre continues to maintain positive community presence

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Providing a pertinent service to the local community since 2006, the Athlone Family Resource Centre (AFRC) has continued to operate despite vacation of the Battery Heights base premises to a temporary location at Shannon Academy.

Athlone Chamber of Commerce welcomes progress on local water supply issue

Significant progress in providing a medium term solution to Athlone’s water necessities has been made, the Athlone Chamber of Commerce and Industry, have confirmed.

Athlone Family Resource Centre forced to promptly close doors


Youth Work Ireland Midlands receives Gold Health Quality Mark

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Youth Work Ireland, Midlands was awarded a Gold Standard Health Quality Mark (HQM) by the National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI) in recognition of their work on health promotion for young people, at a special event, held in Youth Work Ireland, Midlands Centre, at the Monsignor McCarthy Complex in Battery Heights, Athlone.

Local communities to benefit from RAPID programme



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