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Athlone Christmas Market prepares to embrace shop local festive spirit


An international flavour as Mount Temple switch on festive lights

Mount Temple native and lead singer with New York based band, Maclean Avenue, Padraig Allen, will host a live online concert on Saturday night to formally launch the switching on of the progressive community’s Christmas Lights for 2021.

Christmas lights soon to enhance streets of Athlone as switch on date confirmed

The streets of Athlone will soon be aglow with festive lighting upon the sourcing of a contractor to erect the Christmas illuminations, Westmeath County Council Cathaoirleach, Cllr Frankie Keena, has confirmed.

Purple Flag status will further enhance excellence of local hospitality service


Imminent public meeting to establish Croi na hÉireann working committee

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A steering group comprising of Westmeath County Council Cathaoirleach, Cllr Frankie Keena, Athlone Chamber of Commerce CEO, Gerry McInerney and John Henson will host a public meeting in The Bounty on Monday, November 1, at 8.45pm, the focal point of which will be to establish a working committee to oversee the running of the Croi na hEireann Festival in March 2022 to coincide with St Patrick’s Day.

Council Cathaoirleach implores support for seriously injured local fireman

Westmeath County Council Cathaoirleach, Cllr Frankie Keena, has called on the public to give of their support to local fireman, Patrick Berry, who suffered serious injuries during the recent fire in Mount Temple which resulted in the ruination of the Grennan family home.

Mount Temple community affords GoFundMe page support to Grennan family following fire

A GoFundMe page established to provide financial assistance to a local family whose home was completely gutted by a serious fire has raised almost €100,000 to date.

Construction of Community Nursing Unit at Clonbrusk further delayed

The withdrawal of the preferred bidder assigned to the construction of the proposed 50 bed community nursing unit at Clonbrusk has resulted in a further delay to the long awaited development.


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