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Christmas lights upgrade a necessity as Athlone plans for brighter future


Festive season in flow as Athlone Christmas lights are illuminated

The 2018 Athlone Christmas lights were turned on in spectacular style on Sunday evening in John Count McCormack Square.

Public urged to turn out for switching on Christmas lights

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Mayor of Athlone, Aengus O’Rourke has announced that Santa Claus has accepted his invitation to come to Athlone for the switching on of the Christmas lights.

Turning on of Christmas lights to take place early this year


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Remember someone with Children’s Remembrance Day Christmas tree lights

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The Children’s Remembrance Day Committee at University Hospital Galway (UHG) celebrated the launch of their Christmas tree lights last week. In December a giant Christmas tree will be on display at the entrance to UHG and people can sponsor a light on the tree as a dedication to a loved one.

Light up UHG’s Christmas tree and remember a loved one

A unique way of remembering a loved one who has emigrated or passed away was launched at University Hospital Galway earlier this week.

Santa to switch on Moate Christmas lights

The Moate Christmas lights are to be switched on by none other than Santa Claus himself this Sunday, December 8 at 7.30pm.

Remember a loved one in a unique way

People can remember loved ones in a unique way this Christmas by sponsoring a light on the Christmas tree at University Hospital Galway.

The Mall to have permanent Christmas lights installed

The Mall in Castlebar is to have Christmas lights permanently installed on its trees over the next few years on a phased basis. Town manager Seamus Granahan presented a proposal to the members of Castlebar Town Council this week to have lights installed on the trees stretching from the corner where the Garda Station is located past the Court House towards the Motor Tax office. The cost of installing these lights, which will be kept on a permanent basis, will be a once off cost of €35,000, with maintenance costs going into the future.

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