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Thought for the day: The older the fiddle, the sweeter the tune.
Saturday’s Weather: Wet and windy start. The rain will clear eastwards followed by some dry and bright spells. Highest temperatures of 11 to 12 degrees.


Daffodil Day Launch

The Irish Cancer Society will hold a special  in Boyle in Daly’s Bar on Thursday 2nd March at 7.30pm
Speakers from the Irish Cancer Society will be attending and a nurse for any questions / queries or advice will be on hand. Tea, coffee and refreshments will be served. All welcome most especially volunteers who dedicate their time each year. Please bring a friend. Daffodil Day, Friday 24th March

St. Joseph’s Church Lenten arrangements

Ash Wednesday: 1st March :Mass Times for Lent are : 10am and 6.15pm Monday to Friday. Confessions before all Masses.
First Friday: 3rd March is the First Friday of the month.


St. Joseph’s Parish Newsletter

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Roscommon Safe Link

24 Hour Fast from Saturday 25th to Sunday 26th February ending with an Ecumenical Service in the Church of Ireland, Boyle on Sunday 26th February at 5.30pm For further information contact 071 966 4200 or Richard on 086 156 5664. If you can contribute your support would be appreciated.


Open Table Restaurant, Coffee Morning

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Boyle Celtic Legends

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The Boyle Celtic Legends on tour – in Stockholm taking on the local team – The Stockholm Snipers.


Parkrun Saturday 25th February

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A wet and windy Doorly Park, Sligo, was the morning’s venue for Parkrun. Doorly Park was an ‘away’ for the event normally held in Lough Key Forest Park. Earlier in the week, Storm Doris left fallen trees and debris throughout the park, so parkrun organisers wisely joined for the day’s event with the Sligo parkrun group.
Lough Key parkrun participants were some of the first home led by Dean Beirne (3rd) and first lady finisher Ann Wynne

Photos on Flickr


St. Mary’s College Past pupils meet in House of Commons

Past PupilsSenator Frank Feighan, Darragh Greenan, Boyle and Bernard Dwyer, Keash
At The London Irish Construction Network event, Tuesday 21st February in the House of Commons, Westminster 
Photo courtesy of Frank Feighan
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Boyle Golf Club Spring League

The Spring League, sponsored by PD Golf, has entered the business end of proceedings with two of the four group having completed all of their group matches.
In group 1, Peggy Feely & Kevin O’Connor have secured their place in the final by winning their final match 2 up to leave them on a five match aggregate of +12, a score sufficient to top the group. Shane Loftus & Regina McLoughlin finished one behind and will possibly take one of the two best runners spots.

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Lough Key Parkrun 25th February

Dedicated participants will be aware that this week’s parkrun has been cancelled as a consequence of Storm Doris.
• However all L.Key runners will be more the welcome to join the Doorly parkrun tomorrow morning at Sligo parkrun … many of the Boyle crew will travel to the Sligo event … see you there !!


Storm damaged cruiser lifted from L.Key

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Úna Bhán Community Notes – 24th February

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Carmel’s anniversary event

Carmels anniversary event

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‘Drive-thru’ ashes for the start of Lent

Glenamaddy, Co.Galway: The design of the church grounds will allow people to drive in one gate, stop and receive their ashes from their car, and then carry on to drive out a second gate.
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Defibrillators in Boyle

Irish Independent  “The family of a Dublin dad who collapsed and died after a cardiac arrest has said his life could have been saved if their village had immediate access to a defibrillator.”
• This report once more begs questions about Defibrillators – In Boyle how many are there?, where are they?, Who knows how to use them?


Philomena Hunt R.I.P.

The death has occurred of Philomena HUNT (née Mc Gowan), Boyle. May Philomena Rest In Peace.

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Carrick Cineplex Screenings Update February 24th – March 2nd

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Galilee Community Retreat in Daily Life

This retreat is an opportunity for a person to be guided in scripture reflection and prayer over four days or over a four week period. The retreat is beneficial to those who are not familiar with the Bible. This may be done while continuing your daily routine. It is also possible to come and stay in Galilee when making the retreat over four the four days
• Taize Prayer: There will be an hour of Taize Prayer in Galilee Community on Friday, February 24th from 9-10pm


Allsops On-line Auction Thursday 23rd February

A semi detached four bedroom house at Warren Avenue, Boyle sold for €91,000 has a reserve range of €60-70,000


Tidy Towns & Amenity Grants Scheme 2017

Roscommon County Council is currently accepting applications under the Tidy Towns & Amenity Grants Scheme 2017
Applications will be accepted from: Tidy Towns Associations, Local Development Groups, Sub-Aqua Groups. CLOSING DATE for receipt of completed applications is: Friday, 31st March 2017 before 5.00pm.

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Boyle ICA

An exploratory meeting to set up Boyle ICA will take place in the Resource Centre on Tuesday, February 28th at 8:00pm – all welcome.


Martin Glynn, Roscommon Co Council

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If you have been in Boyle recently you may have noticed Martin Glynn thoroughly power washing the Pleasure Grounds play area, pavements and the area around the Courthouse and Town Clock. Martin is the man who has also does great work for Roscommon County Council trimming grass in various green areas around town.


Trad Session Friday in Dodd’s Bar


Operation Transformation – 2 walks added – 2nd & 9th March

 

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Storm Doris 23rd February

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Weather forecasters got it right – Storm Doris hit us during the night with severe winds and rain. Care is advised on the debris-strew roadways as more storm damage may occur.  


Boyle’s St.Patrick’s Day Parade – 3.30pm Friday 17th March

With 3 weeks plus left to St.Patrick’s Day, all Clubs Organisations, Schools and Businesses have still plenty of time to put their thinking caps on and join the Boyle St.Patrick’s Day Parade with their float. Free Float Entry and great prizes as follows:
• Overall Winner €500 + Cup
• Runner Up €200
• Junior (Under 16 years ) €200 + Cup
• Runner up €100 Under 16 years)
• Best Shop Window – Perpetual Cup
Letters will be distributed to all Businesses in Boyle over the coming days appealing for donations as the cost of hosting the Parade exceeds €4000 annually. The organising crew thank sincerely all the support they have received over the years to allow us continue with the Parade and look forward to your assistance and involvement again this year.


Thank you from the Blood Transfusion Service

“A very sincere thanks to all of the kind donors who attended our recent clinic in Boyle. 112 donated – and increase of 15, including 8 first time donors.
• Awards: Patricia Harrington silver pendant and Dominic Slein silver Pin
The next clinic will be on Wednesday 31st May and we hope to see you all back again.”


“Spring Has Sprung”

22nd February: The 2017 season is suddenly with us. I took these photos today: The Pink Blossoms in Abbeytown and the Daffodils at Fred Perry’s on the Carrick Road

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Job Vacancy – Boyle Group Scheme Ltd

Gerard wrote: “We have an opening for an Administrator with Boyle Group Scheme Ltd which is currently on Jobs Ireland. The position is located in St. Joseph’s Resource Centre, Abbeytown, Boyle, Co. Roscommon.
• This is a Community Employment position. Excellent IT skills would be desirable. If you wish to apply for the position, please email to boylegroupscheme@eircom.net including PPS number.

Jobs available at Úna Bhán

Úna Bhán Tourism is currently seeking applications for 2 x full-time (39 hours per week) temporary positions.
1. Tourism Development & Marketing Officer (Maternity Leave cover)
2. Social Enterprise Research & Development Officer
• Essential Requirements for both positions: Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team; Fully computer competent with excellent social media and website management skills; Good interpersonal skills essential.
• Email patricia@unabhan.ie for detailed job descriptions and essential requirements.
• Applicants are required to work a shift rota including weekends and public holidays. Send CV to: patricia@unabhan.ie (with job vacancy name in title) or by post to: Patricia Golden, Úna Bhán Tourism, Grounds of King House, Boyle, Co. Roscommon. Closing date 5pm Friday 3rd March


Jobs available in Boyle

King House Tea Rooms: “Part-time wait staff required at our restaurant on the grounds of King House. Experience Essential … Call in and apply with Dorothy Shannon”
3 and maybe 4 jobs will be available at a Boyle town centre location from June onwards … 8 hours daily, Monday to Saturday inclusive and 6 hours on Sundays. Full information to follow!
Vanity Beauty: Fully qualified stylist required for part time position in our multi-award winning salon, Green Street, Boyle. Must be willing to work weekends & have at least 3 years experience.
Grainne Caldbeck wrote “Hi Sean we still have a part time Beauty therapy job going in our Enhance Health & Beauty Salon, Boyle for 6 months maternity cover. This would be a good opportunity for someone to expand their experience on the salon environment


Jobs in Boyle

I am aware that we have a number of residents who are available for work – both male and female – and would prefer to remain here than emigrate.
• • If YOU have job vacancies please let me know and I will pass them on to interested residents.
• • It would be great if our Chamber of Commerce, Town Team, Social Welfare Office etc etc published and maintained a list of job vacancies!

Attention all Businesses in all sectors
Mark your Diary for Lunchtime Wednesday 1st March 2017

Boyle Chamber of Commerce welcome Cathriona O’Shea from Seetec who will give a lunchtime overview on the benefits of using the Jobpath programme for any future recruitment requirements businesses may have.
• This a free recruitment service available to all employers whereby Seetec screen, train and offer in-job support to employers with the aim to successfully place suitable employees to match the needs of employers, saving the employer time and costs. Most Jobpath participants are eligible for the Jobplus initiative. Cathriona will be available to answer any questions you may have during this lunchtime briefing.
• The Briefing will commence at 1.10pm and conclude before 2pm in Boyle Enterprise Centre and light refreshments will be provided


Pilates/Tabata

Next 6 week block commencing this Wednesday 22nd Feb in the Convent Primary School Gym
• 7pm-8pm: Pilates for Beginners/ Intermediate : 8.10pm-9pm: Tabata
• Thursday 23rd Feb: 7am-7.50am : Pilates

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…]


Ministers travelling for St Patrick’s Day

The Department of Foreign Affairs has announced travel details for 29 government ministers for this year’s St Patrick’s Day trips – and the Taoiseach’s visit to the White House was top of the agenda. As part of a long-standing tradition which is regularly criticised as the endorsement of costly and unnecessary junkets, Ireland’s cabinet members will travel around the globe on a series of trade missions to promote this country.
• All but three ministers will travel abroad. Health Minister Simon Harris, Transport Minister Shane Ross and Communications Minister Denis Naughten will remain in the country during the St Patrick’s Day visits.


Senator Maura Hopkins maintains focus on Mental Health Services in Co. Roscommon

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Senator Maura Hopkins stated this week that she “met again with Minister of State for Mental Health Services, Helen McEntee in relation to the external report of Mental Health Services and made it very clear to her the fact that the report is urgently needed”.

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Boyle Yoga Shack – Class Times etc

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Companies breach the ASAI advertising code.

The Advertising Standards Authority of Ireland found sixteen cases to be in breach of the ASAI advertising code during its latest review.
Lidl, Meteor, Irish Cancer Society, eir and Phone Watch were among the companies found in breach of the ASAI Code.
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Ardcarne Garden Café: Chef / Manager Required

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Ardcarne Garden Centre, Boyle has a vacancy for a Chef / Manager at their busy Garden Centre Café. Please apply by email, outlining your suitability and experience, including your CV. The successful applicant(s) must be available to take up this position with immediate effect.
Ronan O’Conghaile, Ardcarne Garden Centre, Boyle, Co. Roscommon, Tel: 07196 67091 Email: info@ardcarne.ie


Vention Medical Split and Sold to Nordson & MedPlast

Vention’s Advanced Technologies business sold to Nordson; Medical Device Manufacturing Services business sold to MedPlast.
The Nordson Corporation has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Vention Medical’s Advanced Technologies (Vention AT) business, a designer, developer, and manufacturer of minimally invasive interventional delivery devices, catheters and advanced components for the global medical technology market, for $705 million in an all cash transaction
Vention Medical has manufacturing facilities in the USA and internationally including one in Boyle

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Know Your Rights

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Question
What are the rules about buying a car in the UK and bringing it back to Ireland?

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Ireland’s Toughest Muckers

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“We have put together the toughest mucking team to date: Our next public event is going to be run in Lough Key Forest and Activity Park, Boyle, on the 10th of June 2017 Registration will open soon.”


Boyle Courthouse Monday 20th February

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Boyle Golf Club Update 20th February

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Parochial School Enrolment

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Boyle Parochial School will hold an OPEN AFTERNOON on Tuesday March 7th. All are welcome to visit between 1.30pm and 4pm. “We would be delighted to see you!” For information please call 071 966 3555


Boyle GAA Update 20th February

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Neven Maguire at Kilronan Castle

Neven MaguireCelebrity Chef Neven Maguire at Kilronan Castle on 1st March, 2017. Live Camera and Screens so Neven can be seen no matter where you are sitting. 30 Exhibitors showcasing their food and crafts. Complimentary canapés and Wine. Raffle on the night including 4 hotel breaks. Tickets on Sale in Boyle Motor Works, Better Buys, Mulveys House of Gifts and Kilronan Castle 071 9618000. 


Stag party complaints on Dublin-Sligo rail line

There have been calls for security personnel to be employed to clamp down on a ‘major problem’ with antisocial behaviour on the Dublin-Sligo railway line. Irish Rail received 19 written complaints last year, a number of which related to stag parties bound for Carrick-on-Shannon.

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Roscommon Groups urged to apply for funding to establish Cottage Market

GIY are proud to announce the launch of their new ‘Cottage Market’ initiative, which invites community groups to avail of start-up funding in order to set up and run their own Cottage Market. Activity partners Ulster Bank & The Ireland Funds are set to support the initiative across the country to the tune of €65,000 over the next two years with GIY aiming to put home-made, home-grown food and craft back at the centre of Irish communities

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Ardcarne Garden Centre

Saturday 18th February: Polytunnel & Greenhouse Event, 11.30am-12.30pm, Boyle & Roscommon. Also on our website – Install raised beds : Raised Bed Gardening 

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Boyle Celtic’s quarter-final

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Boyle Celtic’s FAI Junior Cup quarter-final tie will take place on Sunday, March 12, at 2pm. The Sligo-Leitrim champions will travel to Carrick-on-Suir to face Waterford side Carrick United in the last eight of the competition.


New business to open on Main Street, Boyle

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Bike to Work scheme

Using the Bike to Work scheme, your employer can help you obtain a brand new bike and safety equipment worth up to 1,000 euro. You can use a salary sacrifice arrangement to pay for the bike monthly and that means you can save up to 51% of the retail price of bike and equipment.
The scheme offers employers a totally free service to help you take advantage of the recent Government initiative offering tax free bikes for cycling to work.

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Local Enterprise Week March 5th – 10th

Local Enterprise Week from March 5th – 10th. The event is organised by Roscommon Local Enterprise Office and will include a variety of seminars and business clinics. A business advisory clinic will take place at Boyle Enterprise Centre on Thursday March 9th. For more information on all events and booking details visit https://www.localenterprise.ie/Roscommon


Tony Conboy “An Oblique View” 16th February

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John Mulligan – Winner, Roscommon writing awards 2016

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Congratulations to Roscommon Herald Columnist, author and realboyle.com contributor John Mulligan who has won the Roscommon Writing Award 2016, judged by Brian Leyden. John’s entry “Looking At Heaven Through A Paper Telescope” will be published in the Roscommon Herald, Shannonside and followed here on realboyle.com.
A delighted John Mulligan said “Sean, you could have knocked me over with a feather when the result was announced in Roscommon Co Council headquarters. I was thrilled to be declared the award winner for the second year in succession.”
• Brendan Morris from Killaraght, Boyle, was one of the runners-up in this prestigious competition.


St. Joseph’s Boys School Annual Book Fair

All commission earned from the Book Fair goes towards books for our classrooms and library. Support for our Book Fair is greatly appreciated. 
9.00am – 9.30am: Wednesday 1st March, Thursday 2nd, Friday 3rd, Monday 6th, Tuesday 7th
3.00pm – 4.00pm: Thursday 2nd March


Roscommon Learning Links

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Get a QQI Level 5 Component Certificate in Word Processing at Roscommon Learning Links, Elphin Street, Boyle
Commencing Monday 6th March (Mondays & Wednesdays evenings 7-10pm) over 8 weeks (pending numbers) The aim of this module is to provide learners with the skills, knowledge and competence that will enable them to operate word processing software to produce documents to a publishable standard. Computer & Keyboard Skills essential
• Course is free to anyone unemployed and €250 for Fee Paying clients. For further details please call Martina on 071 966 4510.


Boyle Celtic -Vs- Carrick United AFC

 

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FAI Junior Cup 2017, The Quarter Finals Draw. Matches played 11th/12th March. Boyle have been drawn to play away against Co. Tipperary-based Carrick United AFC.


All Ireland final for Boyle Summer Show

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August 20th: The All Ireland Final of the Spaniel Dog Competition will be held during this year’s Summer Show. Heats for this prestigious competition will be held at various shows through the country before then and qualifying winners will be present in Boyle on the day. Congratulations to our local show committee for seeking and winning the competition for Boyle and particular mention and thanks to Frank Geelan who runs the Dog Show section of Boyle Summer Show every year.


Boyle ICA

A first exploratory meeting to set up Boyle ICA will take place in St. Joseph’s Resource Centre on February 28th at 8pm – all welcome


Plan to spend Friday 17th March in Boyle this year….

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This year’s Boyle St Patrick’s Day Parade promises to be the best ever with a special International flavour including traditional Samba Dancers! Our Parade will commence at 3.30pm on Friday 17th March.
• We encourage as many businesses, clubs and associations in Boyle to prepare over the coming weeks to partake in the Parade and enter a float. Entering a float is free so do avail of the opportunity! 1st Prize for Overall Winner is €500 with a runner up of €200; There is also a Junior Section (under 16) 1st Prize is €200 and runner up €100 and of course the Perpetual Cup for the best dressed Window display in town.
• The success of the Parade depends on the Community and Businesses to get involved and showcase Boyle at its best. Taking part with a float in the Parade offers a great opportunity to promote your club, school or business which we’re all very proud of.
Please note: Over the coming weeks letters will be dropped into businesses seeking contributions towards the Parade and the organising committee thank the Community always for the warm welcome they receive and their financial support. The Parade costs in excess of €4000 annually to host with Insurance and Bands contributing greatly to the costs, however St Patrick’s Day in Boyle has over the years always proved to be a most memorable and enjoyable day out for all the family and the organising crew promise that 17th March 2017 in Boyle will be better than ever before


Marians Fashions – Wedding & Communion Dresses

Marians Wedding & Communion Dresses


Therapy/Office Rooms To Let

Attractive THERAPY/OFFICE ROOMS TO LET in Centre of Boyle Town at very reasonable rates.Please contact: 087 242 5748

St. Patrick’s Day, Friday 17th March 2017

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Plans are underway to make this year’s Boyle Parade our BEST EVER … Yes we will have bands, trade and club floats …and our Parade Marshals will be quite spectacular … details to follow …


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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 17th February 2017.


Town Twinning

Twin towns or “town twinning” are a form of legal or social agreement between towns to promote cultural and commercial ties.
Years ago our Chamber of Commerce twinned Boyle with Saint Witz – a small town in northern France. While a number of Chamber members visited SW and received well-flagged visits in return, the association between us seems, dare I say, ‘dead in the water’ to all but ‘maybe’ a special few
I don’t know if our current Chamber or Town Team are open to suggestions from non-members. Whatever … I suggest that a Town Twinning between Boyle and our good neighbour Carrick-on-Shannon would be of benefit. A joint Marketing Alliance could then follow to promote the region as a whole. We are all aware that each town has attractions – they have things we don’t and visa versa.


Corrigeenroe NS – enrolments

Enrolment forms for any pupil wishing to enrol in Corrigeenroe NS for September 2017 are available at the school between 9:30am and 3:00pm Monday to Friday.


A hotel for Boyle – Albergo Diffuso Alliance

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Damien English, Minister of State with responsibility for Housing and Urban Renewal at the Department of Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government, last week (Thursday 26th.January) hosted a meeting with representatives of the Boyle Albergo Diffuso Alliance in his office in Dail Eireann. The project already has the support of Roscommon County Council as well as a critical mass of property owners in the town.
The ‘Albergo Diffuso’, or scattered hotel, is an Italian concept that has successfully revived over forty towns in Italy to date and has been copied in Croatia, Switzerland and Mexico. In essence, it consists of a high-end hotel with a central reception area and with the hotel rooms scattered throughout various buildings in the town centre, over shops and in empty houses. Minister English had already expressed a keen interest in this Boyle initiative, seeing it as an effective way to provide key tourism infrastructure in heritage towns while helping to preserve town centre buildings and put them back into use. The meeting was arranged to brief the Minister on Boyle’s readiness to implement this project once support from government is forthcoming, and to show that the town is well placed to develop a pilot model that can be applied across rural Ireland.
The Minister said that Boyle appeared to be a perfect town for an Albergo Diffuso project, given its intact historic streetscapes, its valuable tourism and cultural hinterland, and the lack of an hotel in the town. He thanked the group for their valuable input and added that he is committed to find a way to make this project happen for Boyle.


Boyle Primary Care Centre

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26th January: Building the new Boyle Care Centre is on target for an April/May opening. The aim of this and another 13 centres around the country will be to provide patients with a variety of health care services locally, eliminating the need for them to have to attend at hospitals.
This 17,000 sq.ft. two-storey Primary Care Centre on the grounds of the Plunkett Nursing Home, will include GP suites, consulting rooms, physiotherapy and occupational therapy suites along with a separate dental wing.

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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


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.


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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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


 
 

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


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

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“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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