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Following numerous months of cohesive planning and a working spirit of unity, it proved a landmark community occasion in the village of Rosemount on Saturday as two social initiatives were formally unveiled.
Following the success of the inaugural event in 2018, Rosemount GAA will host their half marathon and 10k races on Saturday, October 12.
Property: Rosemount, Moate, Co. Westmeath, N37 Y168
Rosemount GAA are hosting their first ever half marathon and 10km on Saturday, October 13. This is a chipped and timed event, which is registered with the Athletics Association of Ireland and is the ideal preparation for those runners participating in the Dublin City marathon at the end of October as those competing commence their taper runs.
Community groups and organisations from Athlone, Ballinahown, Caulry, Glasson, Moate and Rosemount are to benefit from LEADER funding which will be utilised towards local projects, Fine Gael TD Peter Burke has announced as part of a €473,460.36 investment package.
Rosemount Amateur Drama Group is delighted to present Don't Dress for Dinner by Marc Camoletti, adapted by Robin Hawdon.
Rosemount suffered Leinster Intermediate football final heartbreak following a thrilling decider against St Colmcille’s at Pairc Tailteann on Saturday (November 26).
Rosemount Amateur Drama Society are currently getting ready to take to the stage on Good Friday, March 29 for their production of The Man From Clare by John B Keane.
The first Rosemount Dramatic Society production was staged in 1937, with the production of The Eloquent Dempsey. The society has been very much alive and successful ever since, with most households in the parish being represented and new generations taking on roles. The current performance is a two act farce called Rumors by Neil Simon.