Search Results for 'Longford'

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Bookies make Bannon, Penrose and Troy favourites for Longford-Westmeath


Spacious home finished to a high standard now on the market

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Sherry Fitzgerald O'Meara bring this stunning, large architect-designed, four-bedroom detached property in Ballymahon, Longford, to the market.

Athlone Library hosts ‘Can you hear what I see?’ exhibition  

An exhibition currently running in Athlone Library, entitled "Can you hear what I see?" features 10 paintings by Brendan Duffy and 10 poems in response by local Athlone poet Jackie Gorman.

Start with a business breakfast this National Science Week

2015 marks 20 years of Science Week: a national, annual event that celebrates the fascinating worlds of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

Local children and pensioners to get free GP care this summer

Approximately 6,400 children aged five and under in Longford-Westmeath will be entitled to access free GP care from the end of June, it has been confirmed today.

Unit for sale in Westlink Business Park

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Location: Westlink Business Park, Longford

Wedding fair at Glasson Country House Hotel

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If you are looking at wedding hotels in Athlone and the Midlands, then the four-star Glasson Country House Hotel & Golf Club could be the ideal wedding venue for you. This stunning lakeside property - ideal for those truly memorable wedding photos - is family-owned and managed, and has established a deserved reputation for delivering top quality food in a warm and welcoming environment. If you are looking for something that little bit different you would be strongly encouraged to pay a visit and see for yourselves.

A language centre with a difference

Since 1976, families around the globe have been choosing Midland Language Centre to develop the language skills of their children in a wonderfully welcoming environment.

Highly respected healer comes to Athlone and Longford

Over 30 years ago, Paddy Hughes had no idea of what fate had in store for him when his aunt chose him to carry on the gift of healing which had been in the family for over 100 years.

Rail strike to cause headaches for Mayo supporters

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The decision by National Bus and Rail Union (NBRU) to start four days of work stoppages next Sunday, August 24, will cause headaches for Mayo supporters travelling to Dublin for next Sunday’s All Ireland semi-final against Kerry in Croke Park. Mayo fans will face a similar issue four weeks later if James Horan’s men can overcome the Kingdom, with the NBRU having planned strike action on September 21, the day of the All Ireland football final.


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