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Westmeath County Enterprise Board is hosting a women in business seminar entitled ‘Unlocking the True Potential of Your Business’.
“Mullingar will fight another year” was the message from mayor of Mullingar Peter Burke as he reflected on what 2012 might bring for the town. Cllr Burke called on businesses and the local community to work together to improve things for the town and help keep Mullingar in business.
Westmeath Ladies’ football team scooped the county’s first Intermediate football title this year, rounding off a historic journey that saw them win the All-Ireland, the NFL Division 4 title, and the Leinster title in a matter of months.
Mullingar could become “a community of resilience” if businesses, individuals, voluntary, and other organisations work together to support positive mental health.
Mullingar’s Gerry Duffy is being praised for a speech he gave this week in which he says it’s OK for men to show their emotions. Brian Howard, CEO of Mental Health Ireland described as “inspirational” a speech given by Duffy at the launch of a new website promoting positive mental health.
Midlands Gateway Chamber will host an open evening on October 3 at 7pm in the Mullingar Park Hotel to launch Lir Investors Network (the Midlands Business Angels).
Westmeath County Council is to honour its latest sporting hero Gerry Duffy with an official reception in the coming weeks.
Gerry Duffy, who just won the Deca Ironman Challenge (that’s a 3.8km swim, a 180km cycle, and a 42km marathon every day for 10 days) told me at an event in Athlone recently that he swears by a mixture of manuka honey, sea-salt, and water as an alternative to sugary energy drinks and gels. Here is a similar recipe:
Westmeath County Council hosted a civic reception on Monday to mark the recent sporting achievements of four Westmeath athletes.
Conceived two years ago, and taking 18 months of planning and 12 months of training for the two men to run the equivalent of five and a half days non-stop from Mullingar to Berlin, yet last Monday (August 2) Gerry Duffy and Ken Whitelaw finally crossed the finish line in Mullingar Town Park to complete the barely imaginable feat of running 32 marathons in 32 counties in 32 consecutive days.