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Week II - ‘How did the Germans receive our plans? With polite incredulity’…..wrote Liam Ó Briain, the Galway professor who took part in the 1916 Rising, ‘ignorant of Ireland they viewed us as forlorn visionaries, and even doubted whether we would be rash enough to challenge the armed might of England’.
The weather Gods smiled on the organisers and participants in the Westmeath Lake County Movathon Challenge this Easter weekend with clubs and individuals making maximum use of the beautiful weather.
In the early hours of Friday April 21 1916, two days before the Easter Rising was scheduled to begin, a German submarine surfaced off the Kerry coast, and three men set out for the shore in a small dinghy. On board were Sir Roger Casement, and two other men Robert Monteith and Daniel Bailey. As they neared the shore the dinghy capsized, and the men arrived on Banna Strand in Tralee Bay, drenched and exhausted.
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The 105th anniversary of the Easter Rising of 1916 will be commemorated online this year as last year by Galway Sinn Féin.
Athlone Castle Visitor Centre will once again go virtual for an Easter extravaganza event.
Collective spirit to the fore as Garrycastle GAA host fundraiseresty Spring lamb with cannellini beans a must this Easter Sunday
The collective spirit of the Garrycastle GAA community was to the fore this past weekend as club members gathered in unison to complete ‘Timpeall Na Tire’, a fundraising initiative which raised much needed monies for both Athlone Meals and Wheels and Croí.
Located just off the motorway at Junction 11 on the M6/N6, Arcadia Athlone Retail Park management have, using data published by Transport Infrastructure Ireland(TII), undertaken analysis of traffic in Athlone during the Covid-19 crisis.