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Athlone Samaritans have had their busiest year to date answering more calls than ever before. Details of the increase in use of Samaritans’ vital service were revealed in the 2013-2014 Impact Report covering Samaritans’ work in Ireland which was launched this week.
A VARIETY of writers, working in different disciplines and styles, will read at the Over The Edge Writers’ Gathering in the Nuns Island Theatre on Friday September 12 at 8pm.
The Athlone Midlands branch of Samaritans are gearing up for a recruitment of new volunteers and will hold information nights about their work at the Sheraton Athlone Hotel on Tuesday April 8 and Monday April 14 at 8pm.
In February 1992, Athlone Samaritans started their service to offer emotional support to anyone who was lonely, isolated, distressed, or despairing and to people who were having thoughts about ending their lives. In recognition of the work of Samaritans for the past 20 years, Athlone Town Council hosted a civic reception last week.
Volunteers from the Midlands Branch of Samaritans were in Dublin last week for the launch of Samaritans’ first ever impact report for Ireland. The report highlights the work of Samaritans’ 12 branches in the Republic of Ireland, including the Midlands Branch, which is based in Athlone.