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A grant allowing people in remote rural areas to buy high quality smoke alarms is being proposed by Galway West TD Éamon Ó Cuív, who wants those living more than 30 minutes away from a fire station to qualify.
Located in the heart of the town and only a short stroll from the River Shannon, this Parnell Square residence has recently been upgraded and modernised to a high standard.
Are you over 65 and living alone or with another person aged over 65? If so you could be entitled to external sensor lighting, internal emergency lighting, and monitored personal alarm which includes a monitored smoke detector and a monitored carbon monoxide detector.
Kieran Lavelle, director of Right Price Alarms (formerly known as AlarmCom) has been in the security industry for 15 years with more than 5,000 successful installations of intruder alarms, CCTV and electric gates.
Two Carlow organisations dealing with the elderly have been given a cash boost this week by John Curran TD, Minister of State (with special responsibility for the National Drugs Strategy and Community Affairs) at the Department of Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs.
Almost €5,000 has been allocated to the Ballinasloe St Vincent de Paul branch to improve the security of older people living at home.
Four bedroom semi-detached home in showhouse condition and fully furnished. Over 1,300 sq ft of accommodation and set in this tranquil and exclusive residential development. Cois na hAbhainn's proximity to the town is sure to be highly attractive to purchasers, with schools, churches, and shops all within a few minutes walk. Moate is only a short 10 minutes drive to Athlone town.
DSI install and service intruder alarm systems, CCTV systems and Gate Automation solutions, for residential and business customers in Kilkenny and surrounding counties.
Peugeot in Ireland has just given details of its new innovative smoke alarm, to be fitted as standard to all new Peugeot passenger cars from mid-year.
More than 600 homes in Galway are set to receive free smoke alarms in this year’s Community Smoke Alarm Scheme.