Adult tennis lessons
Two premises on St. Patrick Street …
Roscommon Herald 11th May
TODAY – TUESDAY 11TH MAY: Scattered heavy showers will develop through the day, with the risk of hail and spot flooding. Similar temperatures to recent days with afternoon highs ranging 11 to 15 degrees
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Boyle Chamber of Commerce – reopening best wishes
The Toon Team – Longford Wedding
Boyle Country Meats
The Bazaar Coffee Shop & More
Enhance Health & Beauty – Open Monday 10th May
Boyle GAA Club – Update
Boyle Golf Club
Covid, from Monday 10th May
St. Joseph’s Parish Newsletter
“May Green” – if there is a named colour
Carer wanted for apartments
Taylors Interiors – Jobs available in Boyle …
Derreen Wood Bluebells
Roscommon Herald 4th May
40 Shades of Green – Lough Key Forest Park
€15 million fund to revitalise rural towns & villages – positive news for rural Ireland – Feighan
The Minister for Rural and Community Development, Heather Humphreys TD, has today (Monday, May 3rd) announced €15 million in funding to help revitalise rural towns and villages post Covid-19.
Local TD and Minister of State at the department of Health, Frank Feighan has warmly welcomed this particular scheme for the Sligo Leitrim constituency as the Town and Village Renewal Scheme is designed to breathe new life into rural communities – making them more attractive places to live, work, socialise and raise a family.
The Toon Team – vaccination shots
Maple Drive, 1st May 2021
Rhododendrons in bloom
New Season Bluebells in Lough Key Forest Park
Reopening plans and key dates for exiting lockdown
May 4th: all remaining construction returns
May 10th: intercounty travel ban lifted, hairdressers reopen as well as galleries and museums
• Grandparents who have been vaccinated will be able to meet indoors with grandchildren
• In-person religious services will resume
• For funerals and weddings, up to 50 mourners or guests are permitted at a service. For funerals, no related events should happen before or after.
May 17th – the remaining shops: The rest of non-essential retail is set to return on this date including many shops which have been closed for months.
Stock up on heating fuels …
Apart from Covid, the normal thrust of business opening and closure issues, Boyle is similar to other towns. New businesses will open, while some will close for a variety of reasons: Maybe a trader gets a job with a different employer: A trader decides to move on to other things: Inheritance disputes dictate selling out etc etc.
Sketches – entrance to L. Key Forest Park from the N4
Does Sunshine vitamin D help put Covid in the shade?
Irish Examiner: “A group of medical professionals and academics is now calling on the government to recommend a daily dose of 20 to 25 micrograms (mgs) of vitamin D for every Irish adult as a preventative treatment for Covid-19. They also want the government to provide vitamin D supplementation to vulnerable groups such as frontline healthcare workers, those with pre-existing conditions like diabetes and high blood pressure and older adults, especially those living in nursing homes.”
“Non Nationals” – a short story by John Mulligan
The Toon Team – Royal Hotel
Sketching, for me, is a challenging, occasional activity I have enjoyed since I was a pre-teen. Now in this Covid Lockdown era I find myself “drawn-to-drawing” with a renewed energy. “High Art” … certainly not … !!
The Toon Team – Royal Hotel 2021
Just a gentle reminder – “we would be delighted if you could put a small message on realboyle.com regarding our AA meeting. It takes place every Thursday at midday in St. Joseph’s Hall.
Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. Their stated purpose is to enable “members to stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety.” It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, and apolitical.”