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Oliver Lynch auctioneers has been successfully running for more than 35 years. Oliver Lynch set up this business in 1975, which is family run and therefore offers a consistent, reliable, friendly, and dependable service to both vendors and purchasers in the sale of a property. In recent times, the business has been taken over by Oliver’s daughter Olivia, who is an active member of the IPAV and holds a degree in maths and economics and manages the sales, valuations, and rental process of the business. She has more than 15 years’ experience in the business and in 2006, Olivia’s husband Shane Cox also joined the business and has been very successful in property sales and rentals and in the valuation sector.
Westport’s leading public houses, The Porter House, Bridge Street, Westport, and Cosy Joe’s, Bridge Street, Westport, owned by Joe O’Malley won awards at the Licensing World Bar Awards. The Porter House won The Best Local Bar of The Year and Cosy Joe’s won Best Entertainment Bar of The Year.
Skin Deep Institute in Claremorris, Mayo's newest beauty training college, has announced a prestigious partnership with the spa at Ashford Castle. It will result in the Student of the Year being awarded a month long placement at Ashford Castle Spa.
The Skincare & Beauty Clinic, Loughrea, will celebrate 20 years in business next Thursday, August 22.
If three is a magic number the third Westport Food Festival, which was launched this week, will put a spell on food enthusiasts young and old. Taking place from September 6 - 8, the community-based programme of events includes many new and some old favourites, with something for every pocket and palate.
The Restaurant Association of Ireland launched their ‘Keep VAT at 9%’ campaign in Sirocco’s Restaurant in Tullamore last week.
Wild garlic is a forager's delight and one of the best natural ingredients around at this time of year. Unlike the usual variety of garlic, the wild stuff is prized for its leaves rather than the bulb. The flowers are also edible, but are more often used raw in salads.
An Athlone businessman left court €1,535 poorer this week (March 13) after being convicted of employing illegal labour and of obstructing the subsequent investigation by the Department of Enterprise.
Archaeologists, history buffs, trad musicians, bon viveurs, and imbibers of all shapes and requirements can breathe a big sigh of relief this week (March 5) with the news that the oldest pub in the world - Sean’s Bar on Main Street - has been given back its licence to trade.
Poppy Seed coffee house and restaurant opened in the heart of Clarinbridge in 2007. This cafe is a modern and spacious, light filled space along the banks of the Clarin river, set back from the hum of the very busy main road and with ample parking. It seems the sun can find its way into this room on even the dullest of days. With one wall opened into a Meadows & Byrne store, Poppy Seed provides a welcome break from the hard work of homemaking with its excellent homebaking, just the ticket to break up a busy day. Open seven days a week and with freshly baked breads and other treats every morning, Poppy Seed offers a good menu for breakfast including an array of its speciality handmade pastries and premium coffee. Lunch choices are both healthy and hearty with chicken pâté with brioche and plum compote, Galway Bay seafood crumble with salad and brown bread, gourmet sandwiches and salads, quiches, and quesadillas all on offer. In addition to all this fine fare, the retail space offers wines, handmade Irish chocolates and biscuits, plus an array of preserves, chutneys, and savoury treats. If you need a gift or a hamper Poppy Seed will make it up for you and wrap it prettily to boot.