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Irish Rural Link’s annual conference opens in Moate

rish Rural Link, the national network representing the interest of rural communities is pleased to announce they will be holding their annual conference and annual general meeting on Friday May 1 in the Grand Hotel, Moate.

The Grand Hotel welcomes all wedding couples and foodies

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If you are newly engaged or planing your wedding in the coming months or years, or indeed if you’re a fan of good locally sourced food, the Grand Hotel, Moate is the place to be this Saturday March 28.

Dance the night away at The Grand Hotel Moate

The Grand Hotel, Moate is the perfect place to celebrate the festive season with family, friends, or work colleagues. Whether you’re looking for a pre-New Year’s Eve tipple, a break from the turkey with some steak, or just some great live music, Claffey’s Steakhouse and The Grand have something for everyone.

Moate Agricultural Show launched this week


Information meeting for Leinster Fleadh Cheoil

The 2014 Leinster Fleadh Cheoil will take place in Moate, hosted by Westmeath County Board of Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann in conjunction with the Leinster Council of Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann.

Help light up Moate for Christmas

The Moate Partnership Group is calling on the community to get involved in ensuring that Moate is lit up this Christmas.

Charity night in aid of Motor Neurone Research

Those wishing to support this weekend’s race night in aid of the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Research Group are reminded to get in touch with organisers as soon as possible.

Charity night in aid of Motor Neurone Research

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Neighbours and friends of RTÉ sports journalist and Moate native Colm Murray are banding together to raise funds for the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Research Group.

The end of the tramline

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This photograph of the sleepy village of Salthill was taken about 100 years ago. In the mid nineteenth century, the village was very small and occupied mostly by fishermen, some lodging houses and a few pubs. The area was much changed and improved by the building of the Eglinton Hotel in the mid 1860’s. This up-market establishment was on a much grander scale than any other building in the vicinity, and it attracted a different kind of tourist. It is on the left of our picture, with the small bar in front.

Salthill Hotel appoints new manager

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Galway’s Salthill Hotel has appointed Jonathan Kay as its general manager.

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