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This award was presented to Cait Curran earlier this month in recognition of her work in producing, training, and supporting local organic foods. Cait Curran has her own stall at the Saturday Galway market and she has been the project manager for Garrai na Oileain, an association promoting organic market gardening in offshore islands. She is also involved in the slow food movement and is editor of Organic Matters, a magazine dedicated to all things organic. The award was presented by Minister for Agriculture Food and Marine Simon Coveney. Feasta Bia is all about local food production and consumption, and through various initiatives it hopes to help increase these areas by 20 per cent over the next few years.
Last Thursday the Salthill Hotel was a taste for the senses as McCambridge’s on Shop Street celebrated its eighth annual Food and Wine Fair. Proceeds raised on the evening all went to a local charity and national schools. The function room was a myriad of tasty treats, heart warming snacks, award winning artisan produce, sweet delicacies and rich wines from some 40 award winning food and wine producers, many of whome are from the immediate Galway area.
The latest phase of EirGrid’s public consultation regarding plans for a new 110 kV electricity circuit to connect the existing Mullingar 110 kV Transmission Station at Irishtown and the existing Kinnegad 110 kV Transmission Station near Kinnegad Co Westmeath, is to commence this week.
EirGrid has moved to allay concerns about its proposed new electricity supply line to Mullingar, saying there are no health or other risks associated with the project.
Lorcan O’Toole, the project manager of the Golden Eagle Trust, will be at The Atlantic Coast Hotel on Tuesday October 18 at 8pm to give an illustrated talk Restoring Ireland’s Birds of Prey.
Diageo Ireland has announced that the Kilkenny branch of Down Syndrome Ireland is to receive a grant of €1,000 to help alleviate the cost of running a summer camp for local children with the condition.
The issue of wind-powered, electricity generation is back to the fore in the Midlands with the announcement this week that an Irish company has signed an €18m contract with a Chinese firm to develop three wind farms in Westmeath, Offaly, and Roscommon.
National Heritage Week arose out of ‘European Heritage Days’ – an initiative to promote awareness of our built, natural and cultural heritage and to promote Europe’s common cultural heritage. In Ireland, National Heritage Week entails a whole week of heritage-related events.
Network Mayo announced the winners of its Businesswomen of the Year awards, which took place at the beautiful surroundings of Newport House, Newport, last Friday June 24.
Everyone has to eat and in Westmeath we are blessed with a wide range of top quality food producers and outlets offering the best in local fare.