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As most locals are aware, Athlone Boat Club, has been an accomplished sporting organisation involved in active rowing participation since the 1800s.
Presently ongoing at the riverside Luan Gallery is the inaugural Winter Art Fair, a showcase haven of diverse talent from Midlands region artists which also affords a fantastic opportunity for members of the viewing public to buy a unique gift and support local artists this festive season.
I hope some of you got to look at the wonderful games on TV over last weekend.
The provision of significant funding afforded to the construction of a new bridge to cross the River Shannon in the heart of Athlone is a welcome boost towards the continuance of the national cycleway route from Dublin to Galway.
As the country remains under Level 3 Covid-19 restrictions until October 27, Westmeath County Council have detailed their actions taken with regard to services provided during this time.
Certain to garner much use, both locally and from a tourism perspective, construction of the bridge which will cross the River Shannon as the National Cycleway project progresses, is due to culminate in June 2023.
Athlone Castle and Visitor Centre is in the throes preparation as Culture Night 2020 fast approaches.
Athlone Town Mayor, Cllr. Aengus O’Rourke, has lauded the cohesive work of Destination Athlone as a noticeable influx of Irish visitors descend upon the Midlands growth town to enjoy a staycation experience in the heart of Ireland.
If you think tourism has looked a bit frantic over the summer, a slow break in Athlone could be just the ticket for your autumn break away. Inspired by the River Shannon, lazily meandering south from Lough Ree, Athlone is embracing slow tourism with enthusiasm. River cruises, walking tours, gentle cycling routes, and relaxing spa treatments all play their part in creating the ultimate laid-back holiday experience in Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands.
In response to the Government’s formalised range of measures aimed at preventing the spread of Covid-19, Westmeath County Council has announced that all libraries in the environs are now closed with public access to Athlone Castle, Luan Gallery and Abbey Road Studios not permissible until March 29.