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Scoil Naomh Eoin, Ballinameen – enrolling

Maura Casey wrote: “Good morning Sean, Scoil Naomh Eoin, Ballinameen Boyle is now enrolling until 14th February for the academic year 2017/2018.  Application forms and details available at the school.”


Neringa is job hunting …

“Hi. I’m looking for any job. Part time/ full time. Could clean houses too. Please call me if you have work available . 087 168 8946”


Tony Conboy “An Oblique View” 20th January

TonyConboyAnobliqueViewTony’s “An Oblique View” is a ‘must read’ feature on realboyle.com every week.
This week Tony casts an Insightful Media View on: Joe Duffy and his Liveline Radio Show : U2 Concert Tickets : Great British Railway Journeys : The deaths of two Connacht GAA greats : Boyle Celtic Advance in Thriller.

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Denis Costello R.I.P.

The death has occurred of Denis COSTELLO, Rathtermon, Boyle.
Removal Friday evening to St.Attracta’s Church, Killaraght, Boyle, arriving at 8.00pm. Requiem Mass at 12 noon Saturday followed by burial in adjoining cemetery. House private please.
May his gentle soul rest in peace.

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Operation Transformation – a great success

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Thursday 19th January: The first in a season of FREE 5km ‘Operation Transformation’ walks attracted in excess of 120 participants (I lost count at 120!!). Pat Brogan, his staff and the inspirational Melissa Doohan were on hand at the start point in the Royal Hotel Car Park distributing free bottles of water and High Vis tops to one and all. At a couple of minutes after 8pm we set off along Carrick Road, Maple Drive and back to the car park via Abbeytown
• From next Monday 23rd January, weigh ins and BMI measurements will be available all day and every day for those interested in achieving better health and their personal Operation Transformation. Pat Brogan said “Take charge of your health today … join us on Operation Transformation”
• BMI : Your body mass index or BMI is a measurement that uses both your weight and your height. There are different 4 weight categories – underweight, healthy, overweight and obese.
Brogans Pharmacy will award a special prize to the person who achieves the best BMI reduction at the end of this six week season of Operation Transformation
Melissa says “Congratulations and well done to all who took part and future participants. See y’all next Thursday at 8pm and every Thursday after that!!”


Boyle Celtic

Tony Conboy wrote: “Highlights from the Boyle v  Ballina game will be shown on Sunday next January 22nd at 2 p.m. on Eir Sport, the old Setanta channel, I’m told”  


Book Launch “From Cliffoney to Crosna”

May Moran wrote: “A booklet titled “From Cliffoney to Crosna” by Fr Michael O’Flanagan will be launched by Dr Kieran O’Conor in Cleen Hall on Friday, 3rd February, at 7.30pm. The date is the centenary of polling in the election of the snows (1917) when Count Plunkett was elected with the support of Sinn Féin, the Irish Volunteers and others. Fr O’Flanagan played a very prominent role in achieving that historic victory. He was a curate in Crossna at the time. Martin Byrne, who compiled the booklet, will speak about Fr O’Flanagan and the Election of the snows.
Local musicians will join musicians from Cliffoney on the night to enhance the occasion.
Light refreshments will be served … all are welcome to attend.


Boyle Celtic FC

Boyle have been drawn against Vec FC from Dublin in the 7th round (last 16) of the FAI Junior Cup. Boyle have home advantage with the game to be played on the weekend of the 3rd of Febuary


Cinema Screenings

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Neven Maguire Demonstration

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The Ideal Mothers Day/Valentine Gift …
Neven Maguire Cookery Demo – Kilronan Castle, Wednesday 1st March 2017. Tickets currently on sale in Boyle Motor Works, BetterBuy/Surprises and Kilronan Castle.


Boyle Courthouse

20170118_090550Contractors are completing essential works in Boyle Courthouse ahead of the planned Centenary of Count Plunkett’s election as MP for North Roscommon “The Election Of The Snows”. The event will take place inside and outside on the steps of Boyle Courthouse starting at 4pm on Saturday 4th February


Boyle Men’s Shed AGM

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The Annual General Meeting of Boyle Men’s Shed was held on Tuesday 17th January. Tony Byrne (see photo) is now chairperson, Owen O’Donohue is now secretary and William Kenny is now treasurer.The Shed’s previous chairperson completed a period during which the Shed has moved from strength to strength … well done Martin Connolly!
• Boyle Men’s Shed has set out a structure in which five main projects and others will be undertaken with a defined leader for each project
• The Irish Men’s Shed website states “Members of Men’s Sheds can come from all walks of life – the bond that unites them is that they are men with time on their hands and they would like something meaningful to do with that time.” “There will be an emphasis on informal learning. An atmosphere of ‘doing stuff together’, having fun, creating a buzz should prevail.”


Maria HANBERRY – LYNOTT R.I.P.

The death has occurred of Maria HANBERRY – LYNOTT (née Looby), Ardmoyle, kingsland, Boyle

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Role Skillnet – Free Business Growth Workshop

A free business growth workshop delivered by Action Coach Business Coaching will take place in the Radisson Hotel, Sligo on Tuesday January 24th from 09.30/12.00. The workshop will identify drivers of business growth, cash flow and sales generation and is open to Business Owners and Managers in the region. For more information or to book a place please email info@roleskillnet.com or call 071 967 3440. The workshop serves as a taster or preview for the Management Works Business Growth Programme commencing in Sligo in March 2017
• For all other business training Role Skillnet can provide funding of up to 30%. For more information and eligibility criteria please email info@roleskillnet.com or call 071 967 3440. Upcoming courses in February include Customer Service, Time Management, Occupational First Aid and HACCP food Hygiene Training. Role Skillnet are based at Boyle Enterprise Centre


Sligo Stoma Support Group Information afternoon for ostomists, family and friends

WHEN: Sunday 26th February 2017 from 2.00pm
WHERE: The Bush Hotel, Carrick on Shannon, Co. Leitrim.
This afternoon is aimed at making patients and families aware of the products and support that are available to them. Members of our support group will be available to talk to people on the day. Companies will have stands with their ostomy related products.
GUEST SPEAKER: Susan Moore, Clinical Stoma Care Nurse Specialist, Sligo University Hospital


Ballaghaderreen refugee centre

Recruitment has begun for the jobs that are being created through the new refugee centre in Ballaghaderreen – with several likely to go to local people.

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Pieta House – Darkness into Light

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Pieta House is the National Centre for the prevention of Suicide and Self-Harm and Suicide Bereavement Support. We would like to ask for community help to bring Darkness into Light to Boyle for 2017. We would like to meet with like-minded people to form a Boyle DiL committee. Please contact Tom McEvoy at tom@pieta.ie or 087 243 0700 for further information. This very successful charity 5km Run/Walk event is now in its 9th year and will take place in 160 locations throughout the world all starting at 4.15am on the 6th May 2017. This event helps to fund the work of Pieta House nationwide.


Boyle Chamber Lotto Results, Monday January 16th 2017

Numbers 6, 18, 23, 24
Jackpot winner None
Match Three winner P. Langan
Thank-you to all who support the draw.
Next draw Tuesday January 23rd 2017 at 11.00pm in Scanlon’s Bar. Jackpot €5270


Grange NS Enrolment

If you are interested in enrolling your child in our school for the 2017/18 academic year, please contact us for an enrolment pack on 071 966 3424. The closing date is 17 February 2017, and you can check out our blog for more information

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Boyle Golf Club Update 17th January

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Roscommon Herald

17th January edition: Readers will note number of articles of particular interest to locals in the Boyle area…
• King House: Negotiations are underway to bring major exhibits,  collections and artefacts of national importance to King House – “a museum and centre of cultural importance … King House holds a special place in the hearts of the people of Roscommon and surrounding counties.”
• Concern over rates valuation: “several people saying the preliminary valuation on their businesses is incorrect”
• Plunkett Home: Residents at Boyle’s Plunkett Nursing Unit support worthy causes
• Bus Eireann: Fears for future of rural bus services
Rose McTiernan: Older Category, Celebrating Voluntary Activity in community Life
• Boyle Town Focus: page 57 is devoted to Boyle news, photos and diary items of interest


Brogans Pharmacy – Operation Transformation 2017

Thursday 19th January: and every Thursday evening thereafter we will have an assisted walk with the wonderful Melissa Doohan Beirne around Maple Drive – its free and anyone can join. We will meet up in the Royal Hotel Car Park at 8pm and take it from there .. We will also carry out free weigh in’s and track your weight loss each week.
• Thursday 26th January: Brogans totalhealth Pharmacy will carry out free blood pressure measuring. We will provide each patient with a patient record card noting their blood pressure reading and some advice.


Boyle Men’s Shed

Boyle Men’s Shed is looking for someone who could run woodwork and woodturning classes for 2 hours a week to a small group. Please contact Martin on 083 135 6184


Yoga Classes

YogaYoga commencing on Tuesday night 17th January in the Convent Gym, Boyle.
Ladies at 7.30pm : Men at 9pm

Everyone welcome, please bring a mat or rug. Contact Liz on 086 869 0804


King House Book Launch

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Abbey Community College – Parents Meeting

Monday 16 January: Abbey Community College Parents Association Meeting will be held on at 8pm in the School. All parents are invited and encouraged to attend.

Jim Maughan’s Trout

 
 
In 1985, Jim Maughan R.I.P. caught a magnificent 8.5lb trout in the Boyle River. In this film, Jim displays the fish and tells how he caught it just a short while before filming in Scanlon’s Pub.
In the film look out for Boyle men Dermot Scanlon, Christy Regan, Vincent Geelan and Dinny Tymon.
Brian Scanlon ‘shot’ the film and it comes now to Youtube courtesy of Kerry Maughan via Brendan O’Dowd

Boyle GAA Update 9th January 2017

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Boyle Celtic FAI Junior Cup, Sunday 15th January

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Boyle Celtic team which started against Ballina Town
Back:  John Connolly/ Ml. Corrigan/ Kyle Suffin (Capt.)/ Sean Purcell/ Gerard McDermotroe/ Aaron Calpin.
Front: Shane Battles/ Niall Brennan/ Aaron Murren/ Danny Browne/ Dessie Carlos (With Luka Roddy used.  Also Lochlainn Conboy/ Thomas Lavin/ Marcus Guckian and Aaron Sharkey with Lee McKilleen and Sean McCormack both injured).    

Boyle Celtic 4-1 .v. Ballina Town on penalties and progress to the last 16 of the FAI Junior Cup competition.
Photo submitted … thank you Thomas


“Free Parking in Boyle”

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We used to say “Free Parking in Boyle” Parking at Boyle Rail Station now costs €4.50 per day … €11 per week … €30 per month … clamped cars must pay €125 for release


Minister Denis Naughten TD

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‘My life flashed before me as I hit the ground… I’m very, very lucky’. Minister Denis Naughten was hit by a car while out cycling and ended up on a hospital trolley at the height of the overcrowding crisis in emergency departments.

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Lough Key Parkrun 14th July 2017

300 participants finished today’s Parkrun in Lough Key Forest Park. Congratulations and well done to the organising committee and volunteers

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Michael Coyne – 100 years old Saturday 14th January

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Congratulations and best wishes to Michael Coyne, who celebrates his Happy 100th Birthday. Michael is pictured in Clarke’s Bar & Restaurant while having lunch on Friday 13th with his nephew, Boyle resident Niall McGarry.


St. Joseph’s Parish Newsletter – 14th January

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Úna Bhán Community Notes – 14th January

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Scoil na nAingeal Naofa – enrolling now

Scoil na nAingeal Naofa, Carrick Road, Boyle is now enrolling until 14th February for the academic year 2017/2018.  Application forms and details available at the school & on school website. Phone: 071 966 2737

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Enhance Health & Beauty – Boyle and Carrick

Enhance Health & BeautyEnhance Health & Beauty : Boyle 071 966 3715 : Carrick 071 962 3254


Senator Maura Hopkins – Press Release

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Youth Services by alternative provider being put in place as Youth Work Ireland Roscommon East Galway not meeting required standards …

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Eugene Murphy TD – Press Releases

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• Murphy calls for Minister Zappone to intervene over closure of Phoenix Centre in Ballaghaderreen []
• Call for immediate action to save the Expressway bus service []
• Consultation on the Syrian refugee centre in Ballaghaderreen []


St. Joseph’s B.N.S., Enrolment Form

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St. Joseph’s B.N.S., Enrolment Form for 2017/2018 school year will be available from the school office from Monday 23rd January 2017. Completed enrolment form must be returned to St. Joseph’s B.N.S. on or before Friday 3rd February 2017.


January 2016

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Gaelscoil Liatroma

Gaelscoil Liatroma (turn off for Castlecara Rd at Aldi roundabout in Carrick-on-Shannon) are pleased to announce our Open Day on Wednesday 18th of January, 10am- 2.30pm and 5-8pm. Please feel free to drop in for an opportunity to view the school, its classrooms and facilities and to meet the staff.
Parents / Grandparents unable to attend this event are welcome to contact the School Reception on 071 967 1464 to arrange to visit at a more convenient time.


Bus Eireann confirms tough times ahead as it faces insolvency

Bus Eireann says the company is facing insolvency in the next 18 months and ‘decisive action’ has to be taken to reverse losses. The company has informed staff at a meeting on Wednesday 11th that losses for 2016 are now estimated at €8m.

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Plunkett Home, Boyle

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Residents show continued support for local causes at the Plunkett Home in Boyle. As part of their continued support to worthy causes, the Day Care residents of the Plunkett Home Community Nursing Unit in Boyle recently prepared and arranged beautiful hampers, which were donated to the local Saint Vincent de Paul.

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15 ways to a positive mindset …

Stuck in a slump filled with negative thoughts and pessimistic people? Motivational speaker Ewa Pietrzak has simple but effective ways which leave the glass always half full

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Boyle Chamber Lotto Results, Monday January 9th 2017

Numbers drawn: 10, 24, 25, 27
Jackpot winner: None
Match Three winner: None €260 next week
Thank-you to all who support the draw.
Next draw Tuesday January 16th 2017 at 11.00pm in The Moylurg Draw. Jackpot €5140


New Year | New Resolutions | New Website

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Don’t let 2017 pass you by…. Places now available at Roscommon Learning Links, Elphin Street, Boyle on the following fulltime Courses: Major Award Level Information Processing Level 5 : Major Award Information & Communications Technology Level 4. Both Courses are designed to increase competency in Information Technology and gain certification in Office Applications while raising self- esteem and upskilling students in Personal & Interpersonal Communications. These courses are ideally suited to anyone who is eager to return to the workplace or progress to further education, if you would like to find out further information please visit our newly designed Website www.roscommonlearninglinks.com or call us on 071 966 4510.
Our new Website has been designed by one of our students


Senator Frank Feighan | press release

Senator Frank Feighan has said he will be seeking clarity on a number of issues at a special Ministerial briefing on Wednesday regarding the planned accommodation of Syrian refugees in a former hotel in Ballaghaderreen.

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Senator Maura Hopkins | press release

Abbeyfield Hotel, Ballaghaderreen – Plans to open an Emergency Orientation and Reception Centre for Refugees

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Boyle Yoga Shack – January timetable

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• Starting 16th January 2017
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Bolloxology

Have you ever wondered why pretentiousness, jargon, bullshit and having notions above one’s station are so rife in the world today? Well, there’s now a recognized science that studies all of these forms of self-delusion. Welcome to the world of Bolloxology!
• Bolloxology is that moment when you’ve paid €20 for fish and chips just so it can be served on a piece of slate. It’s when you realize you haven’t understood a word that politician has said to you on your doorstep, yet you feel strangely compelled to take a selfie with him. It’s about the passion, the artisan chutney, the instacelebs.
• Bolloxology is Colm O’Regan’s fourth book – a book of good humoured rants about the modern world is out now in all good bookshops.


 


Boyle and District Angling Club AGM

Boyle and District Angling Club AGM will be held in The Well, St.Patrick St., Boyle, 8pm 20th January 2017. All Members are requested to attend


Know Your Rights  

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Question: How does the Housing Assistance Payment work?

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IT Sligo Open Evening

The 2017 IT Sligo Open Evening will be held on campus on Tuesday, January 17th, from 6-8pm. The event aims to help students weigh up their third level options in advance of the CAO 2017 application deadline of February 1st.

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Eugene Murphy TD says …

“Crisis overcrowding levels in hospitals putting lives at risk”

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King House

“We are now open for business for 2017 and would like to wish everyone a happy and healthy 2017. King House will welcome tours of 10 people or more as well as room hire for private and public functions … just call us on 071 966 3242 for details”


Ethel Acheson R.I.P

The death has occurred of Ethel ACHESON, Late of Tangier House, Boyle.

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Join the Wheelers

David Gunning wrote: If one of your New Year resolutions is to get fit, lose weight, join a social group, enjoy the outdoors, or indeed all of the above, then cycling could be for you. Boyle based Curlieu Wheelers (leisure) Cycling Club will provide you with the support and knowledge to get started.
• Dust off your bike and helmet and join us for a no-obligation introductory ride on Sunday 15th Jan at 10am from the Crescent, Boyle. We have routes to accommodate all fitness and ability levels. • For more information please email curlieuwheelerscc@gmail.com or call 086 858 6225. You can also find us on Facebook.


Roscommon LEADER

Roscommon LEADER is inviting private individuals and community/voluntary organisations to submit an Expression of Interest for funding under the Rural Tourism Sub Theme of the 2014-2020 LEADER Programme.

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Pilates/Tabata

Classes commencing in Primary School Gym
• Wednesday 11th January 6 pm-7pm,  Pilates – Men : 7 pm-8pm, Pilates, Beginners/ Intermediate : 8.10pm-9pm, Tabata
• Thursday 12th January 7am – 7.50am, Pilates
For information or to book please contact Ann 086 308 8873


Denis Naughten may take some weeks to recuperate

Shannonside FM News – 4th January 2017: Communications Minister Denis Naughten is likely to have to take some time to recuperate following an accident on Monday which saw him knocked from his bike. The Minister is said to have sustained extensive bruising and other injuries that are likely to take some time to heal.

January 2010

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What were you up to in January 2010?
Here is a selection of photos I published back then. Maybe some of the images will spark memories for you …
https://www.flickr.com/p…/realboyle/albums/72157622995692175


John Carty Music …

A viewer wrote: “Hi Sean. Do you know where I could get CD of John Carty in Boyle?”
I am aware John’s CDs can be bought online at …
http://www.johncartymusic.com/music.asp
However I do not know if they are on sale locally !!


Lough Key Forest Park – Roscommon’s busiest tourist attraction

 

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Shannonside FM News report: “Lough Key Forest Park was the top tourist attraction in Roscommon in 2016. According to figures from the local authority, over 70,000 people visited the park and activity centre last year and it recorded profits of 200,000 euro. Other attractions in Roscommon also saw a boost in their attendances, there was almost 7,900 visitors to Boyle Abbey.King House has also recorded an 8% boost in its visitors in 2016, to just over 13,000 in 2016.
Arts Officer with Roscommon County Council Mary Mullins says the exhibition of items gifted to President Mary McAleese has attracted a lot of interest and with ongoing changes, will continue to do so”


Stewarts Oil – January Special Offer

Stewarts Oil 10c-offerTerms & Conditions:
This offer can be used only once and allows you 10 cents per litre off Petrol, Diesel, Kerosene or Gas Oil at our pumps. The offer can be used only at Stewarts Oil Filling Stations in Boyle, Carrick or Longford and at participating stations. The offer will not work on outdoor payment terminals. Offer is valid only for January 2017 purchases


Politicians …

Eugene Murphy TD says lack of access to PULSE is impacting local crime stats []
Senator Maura Hopkins welcomes emergency funding for Brusna []
Senator Frank Feighan welcomes €468,000 in ICT funding for Roscommon schools []
Minister Denis Naughten hospitalised following accident []
Michael Fitzmaurice TD calls on Minister to plan for repair of rural roads []

 


New Boyle Business – Cloverhill Car Valet & Wash

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Congratulations and very best wishes to Boyle residents Radu and Fanel who now provide a fully professional Car Valet & Wash Service at Cloverhill, St. Joseph’s Avenue, Boyle (opposite St. Joseph’s Church, Carrick Road), Tel: 089 216 7582. Services include a full  €7 Wash & Dry through €20 Mini Valet to a Full Valet for only €75 … Try the Cloverhill friendly, professional service for yourself … you will be delighted you did!!
• Open Monday-Saturday 9am-5pm, also Sunday or after 5pm by appointment

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Ardcarne Garden Centre – Sale now in progress – details of “Mini Garder Consultations” [here…]

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Job of the week: Armchair Gardening
Take the opportunity to sit down with a pencil and paper this week and jot down which areas of the garden need a bit of a re-vamp. If you need some expert advice and inspiration why not book yourself in for a FREE Mini Garden Design Consultation
Advice for: Flowers: Fruit & veg: Greenhouse: Around the garden [here…]
Please read our latest Newsletter [here…]


Facebook updates from our area politicians

Minister Denis Naughten [Facebook…] Eugene Murphy TD  [Facebook…] Michael Fitzmaurice TD  [Facebook…] Senator Maura Hopkins [Facebook…] Senator Frank Feighan  [Not on Facebook at the moment] Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan MEP [Facebook…] Mairead McGuinness MEP [Facebook…]


Brogans Pharmacy, Shop StreetBrogans Sale 2017
Sale Specials: 25% off all gift sets .. 25% off all L’Oreal cosmetics 


Marians of Boyle – Sunday 1st January 2017
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Christmas / New Year Sales

Ardcarne Garden Centre [] Boles of Boyle [] Brogans Pharmacy [] Joe Simon Building Supplies [] Magee’s Fashions [] Marians Fashions [


The Crescent, Boyle – Christmas Lights 2016

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2016 realboyle.com images

Through 2016, thousands of photos and graphics were published for you here on realboyle.com. Some were old, some new, some borrowed and some blue … Please click on a month …
January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

 


Is County Enterprise Town Boyle ‘out in the cold’ ?

Roscommon County Council has allocated 1.5 million euro for the development of two centres, Roscommon and Monksland with funds also set aside for hot-desking facilities throughout the county for small businesses. It’s hoped that a working group will meet early in the new year to progress the Roscommon project, which will see over a 10,000 square foot development in Roscommon with broadband speeds of up to 3 gigs.
We may wonder if the soon-to-be-vacated 9,000 Herald Building on St. Patrick Street was considered as a base for the Roscommon project. Last month, Boyle was declared the Roscommon County Bank of Ireland Enterprise Town award winner. It will be interesting to track BOI and Roscommon Co Council follow ups …

 

Abbey Community College – “Back To The 80s”

Callum Blakeley, a fifth year student, plays the role of Corey Junior in Abbey Community College’s production of Back To The 80s. Cillian Doyle, another fifth year student, plays the role of Michael Feldman, the most popular guy in school.

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Boyle Library Opening Hours

• Tuesday/ Thursday: 1.00pm to 8.00pm
• Wednesday/ Friday/ Saturday: 10.00am to 1.00pm and 2.00pm to 5.00pm


Boyle Town Team announces details of strategic plan for Boyle

In the first four months of its existence, Boyle Town Team identified a number of projects. With funding from the Municipal District, monies were spent on the following projects: Christmas Lights, Fall in Love with Boyle Weekend, Vacant Window Murals, Power Washing Monuments, Funding Boyle Tidy Towns Shrubs, Town Bunting, BoyleTM website and Traders Christmas promotion 2015.
• Boyle Town Team has announced details of projects it plans to embark on in 2017 and subsequent years under the following headings …
Lough Key Greenway: Scattered Hotel: Courthouse and Model Railway: Train the Ambassadors: Age Friendly Business Programme: Develop the Second Gate of Rockingham: Town Regeneration Project

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Boyle Local Area Plan 2015-2021 [read here…]

Issues noted in the Roscommon Co Council Boyle Local Area Plan 2015 – 2021, Effective from 21st December, 2015 may well influence some future developments in Boyle.
Boyle Strengths: Strong opportunities for a tourism base in the town. Boyle is well placed to benefit from a healthy tourism industry;  Historical value and heritage value of Boyle; Evidence of some new businesses opening – for example new restaurants; Chris O’Dowd has helped put Boyle on the map and has increased the number of visitors to the area; Redevelopment initiatives are a positive for the town – for example the rejuvenation of the Court House.
Boyle Weaknesses: No hotel; Many shops closed and shop fronts are not appealing; Too many residents are going out of the town to shop and work; Approach roads to the town need to be improved; Footpath provision need to be improved and extended; General streetscape improvements are required; The tourism opportunities are not being fully explored; Lack of linkages between Lough Key Forest Park and Boyle.


MK Financial Update – The much awaited changes to Family Home Relief …

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Sunrise view from the bridge over the N4

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Start a business in Boyle – premises are available

7,000 sq.ft recently built premises available for occupancy by anyone interested in a start up industry, office/call centre etc here in Boyle.
• The premises is located on the outskirts of town and boasts superior roof and wall insulation, 3 phase electric, car park and high speed Broadband availability. The premises can readily be converted to 14,000 sq. ft. by means of a mazzanine ‘upstairs’.
• Financial Support, Funding and Mentoring are available. Here in Boyle we have access to at least eight agencies that can help.
• For full information on the premises mentioned above, please call +353 86 260 3403
• Why Choose Boyle [here…]

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Stewarts Oil : order now to keep cosy & warm this winter

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€62,216 awarded to renovate the main room of the Courthouse

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Town Team members and in particular Dara Callaghan, Frank Geelan and Trevor Conroy have been thanked for their input into the application.
Senator Feighan has welcomed the news that that eight towns and villages in County Roscommon are to benefit from total funding of €380,000 under the Town and Village Renewal Scheme.
Boyletm.com wrote: Boyle Town Team has welcomed the announcement that their application for funding for renovation work at Boyle Courthouse has been successful. Boyle has been awarded €62,216 that will be used to renovate the main room of the Courthouse to house Boyle Model Railway.

 


“MacDara looks for a job”

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Start a business in Boyle – premises are available

7,000 sq.ft recently built premises available for occupancy by anyone interested in a start up industry, office/call centre etc here in Boyle.
• The premises is located on the outskirts of town and boasts superior roof and wall insulation, 3 phase electric, car park and high speed Broadband availability. The premises can readily be converted to 14,000 sq. ft. by means of a mazzanine ‘upstairs’.
• Financial Support, Funding and Mentoring are available. Here in Boyle we have access to at least eight agencies that can help.
• For full information on the premises mentioned above, please call +353 86 260 3403
• Why Choose Boyle [here…]

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Boyle Diary, courtesy of Úna Bhan Tourism

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Boyle Library Opening Hours

King House, Boyle, F52 HN50
Senior Library Assistant: Matthew Gammon
Tel: 071 966 2800
E-mail:boylelibrary@roscommoncoco.ie

Tuesday/ Thursday: 1.00pm to 8.00pm
Wednesday/ Friday/ Saturday: 10.00am to 1.00pm and 2.00pm to 5.00pm


Boyle Garda Station Opening Hours

Monday – Saturday (Inclusive) 9am – 1pm & 7pm – 10pm
Sunday 11am – 1pm
Please note: On occasion it may be necessary for the Gardai working at the station having to respond to a call or incident of an urgent nature. If this arises, they will have to temporarily close the station in order to respond to the incident.
• In addition to providing increased opening hours this will provide greater uniformity and consistency for the public.
• Gardai wish to thank the people of Boyle and the surrounding area for their continued support.



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