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A working model train exhibition will be on display at 8 Woodlands Avenue, Mullingar in the coming weeks in aid of the National Council for the Blind.
A man who stole from the blind, from a barber, as well as a rent payment from a staff locker while on bail was sentenced to a further year in jail in the District Court in Athlone this week (October 3).
GALWAY CHORAL Association, Galway’s largest community choral group, is seeking new members for the coming season. Male singers are particularly welcome.
The Western Vintage Tractor and Engine Club will hosting its 12th annual Vintage Auto Jumble and Auction on Sunday February 27 in Roundfort Community Centre.
Catch me if you can, a hilarious new comedy play written by Margaret McKenna Mullan and directed by Eoin Croffy, makes its debut in the Passionfruit Theatre on Thursday February 24 and runs for five consecutive nights until Monday February 28.
Mrs Quin’s Charity Shop, which raises funds for the National Council for the Blind has moved to Garden Street.
BreastCheck continues to screen women in County Mayo from a fully accessible mobile unit located at Mayo County General Hospital in Castlebar. Screening of eligible women in the 50 to 64 age bracket in Achill, Clare Island, Newport, Westport and Louisburgh is currently under way. Women who are registered are sent appointments with BreastCheck by post.
Mayo Deputy Michael Ring, Fine Gael Spokesperson on Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs has today expressed his outrage that the Visiting Teacher service for the Visually Impaired (VTVI) in County Mayo is to cease.
An exhibition of locally donated artwork to help the National Council for the Blind in Ireland will be held in Tuam Library from tomorrow (Tuesday) until Saturday December 20.