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Are you looking for a taste of summer despite the bad weather? Would you like an evening of great food, music, and craic? On Sunday July 22 you can do just that as The Fatted Calf in Glasson is hosting a spectacular Hog Roast and Barbeque in aid of the Midlands Simon Community.
Over 100 Special Olympics athletes from across Connaught and Westmeath competed at a two-day Bocce event, hosted in the Kingfisher gym, NUI Galway on the weekend of June 16 and 17.
Local heart and stroke charity Croí and Mayo PCCC, HSE West are encouraging everyone to get out and get active during Mayo Healthy Living Month which takes place during May.
Have you ever listened to the radio and thought “I could do that”? Are you part of a group that works in the community? Or are you involved in a business or organisation you would like to promote? Now is your chance.
Midlands Simon Community (MSC) is cooking up a storm with its latest fundraising idea. The Fresh Cook Book will showcase a wonderful selection of the finest recipes, which have been sponsored and provided by dining establishments across the region - incorporating the counties of Westmeath, Longford, Offaly, Laois, and South Roscommon.
The Athlone 3/4 marathon is taking place on Sunday October 2. With over 500 people anticipated to take part, benefitting charity Irish Wheelchair Association are looking forward to a great day out. The Athlone 3/4 marathon is a fantastic Dublin City Marathon preparation event. It’s four weeks before the city event and provides an ideal stepping stone from the half-marathon distance. Ireland’s only 3/4 marathon route is 19.664 miles and starts and finishes at the Glasson Hotel and Golf Club. The course takes in magnificent lakeside views around Lough Ree, quiet country roads, and local historical sites.
Glas Learning, a Kilkenny based green energy training provider, will hold an open day tomorrow (Saturday) for funded courses for those seeking roles in the ‘green economy’.
Work has come to a standstill this week at the James Stephens GAA Club new development on the Kells Roadas a result of a directive issued by Kilkenny County Council, following complaints by local residents.
The Meningitis Trust, which supports people after meningitis, is appealing for keen adventurers to do something a little different; a skydive.
Looking back over last year and Christmas in particular it would have to be said that the year turned out to be as challenging as had been expected, with a few extra unforeseen difficulties handed out by the weather, both early and late in the year. As with all challenges we believe that they can be overcome.