Weather Forecast:
Wednesday: Bright and sunny and dry apart from a few isolated showers. It will become cloudier during the afternoon, with a little drizzlelater in the evening. Highest temperatures of 7 to 9 degrees, in mostly moderate northwesterly winds, backing southwesterly later and freshening.
Thursday: Mainly dry day with a mix of cloudy and brighter periods.. Milder than recent days with temperatures reaching 10 or possibly 11 degrees. Fresh to strong southwest winds will give near gale force gusts.

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'Oliver' starting tonight

Oliver
Starting tonight in St Joseph's Hall and nightly at 8pm to Sunday 8th March



Boyle - a welcome blue sky, Wednesday 4th March

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Escort Service in Boyle

Rumours have been rife fo some time, and now, a 'concientious' viewer has suggested as follows. "Meet the girl of your dreams residing in Boyle. Her online page states ... Meet the suggestive and appealing Jessika Just 4 U. She is a 25 year old escort who has brunette hair, brown eyes and has stats of 34DD-36-38. Call now to arrange a date. Telephone 087 393 1661. Please mention escort-ireland.com when you call me! Telephone 087 393 1661"
 


Right2Water

Meeting Thursday night March 5th at 8.30 in Gerry Mattimoes Bar. Final touches to this weekend's survey. Also we continue preparations for the public information day on Saturday March 14th in St. Joseph's hall.
• Right 2 Water Boyle will be out on the streets of Boyle this weekend: This Friday and Saturday we are conducting a survey for a couple of hours each day to get a flavour of what local people think of water charges and Irish Water. Our volunteers have 3 short simple questions for you. We will be togged out in high vis vests at various locations, so you can't miss us. If you have an opinion, we welcome it. The volunteers are all local, friendly faces so you'll get a free smile as well. Results will be published next week.


Plain cigarette packaging

Shannonside FM report: Laws on the plain packaging of cigarettes have been passed by the Oireachtas. The new packets – featuring graphic images of damage – will also encourage current smokers to quit.


Boyle Country Meats for Fish

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We are right into Lent, and Boyle Country Meats have delicious fresh fish in stock for you. Store manager Cyril has prepered a fabulous display that will please and delight you, and remember, "Fish is delish ..."


The Gaelic Chieftain

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Maurice Harran's sculpture "Gaelic Chieftain" on the N4
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Craft Classes

The Space, are organising Craft Classes at Boyle Library, with "Auntie Kittys Button Box" on Fridays 11 - 12.30. March 13th, 20th, and 27th.  Crafts suitable for adult male/females to make. Take home a new craft each week week. Learn the skills of decoupage, mosaic, quilling, lace, and lots more. Cost of 3 workshops including materials is €25 per person. Please book before Friday 6th with Veronica. voconnor@bocros.org or 086 377 6258


Snow in Boyle yesterday

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We may harbour hopes that spring 2015 is with us, but surprisingly, we have snow in March!
 



What it says in the papers

Here are the seven stories you need to know about today.
 


Ettie Brennan R.I.P.

The death has occurred of Ettie Brennan, Ballymore, Boyle, Co. Roscommon. Monday, March, 2nd peacefully at Drumderrig Nursing Home, Boyle. Reposing at Mahon’s Funeral Home Boyle, tomorrow evening (Tues) from five o’clock until half past six with removal to arrive at St. Joseph’s church, Boyle at seven o’clock.
Mass of Christian Burial on Wednesday morning at eleven o’clock with funeral afterwards to Killaraght old cemetery.


Sloan's Topline Hardware


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Frank Feighan TD, Press Statement, 2nd March

TD Feighan welcomes funding approval for works at Boyle Community College
Fine Gael TD for Roscommon/South Leitrim, Frank Feighan, has welcomed funding approval for roof repair works at Abbey Community College in Boyle. "I’m very pleased that funding has been granted for these works. This welcome allocation has been sanctioned by the School Building Unit at the Department of Education."


Bank of Ireland, Boyle Expo photos

Following the hugely successful Weekend Expo in Boyle, here are 204 photos in 3 categories ...
• Friday 27th February, Expo in the Sports Complex [here...]
• Friday 27th Fashion Show in the Sports complex [here...]
• Saturday 28th Sports & Community in King House  [here...]
The invited special guests were inspirational: Dermot Bannon, Declan O'Sullivan and Boyle's Sigerson Cup heroes, Tadhg Lowe, Donie and Enda Smith


Snow in Boyle Monday 2nd March

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This was the scene in Riverside, Boyle at 7am, Monday 2nd March


Moone Boy tonight

Series 3 Episode 1 will be available on your TV tonight ... Sky 1 at 9pm ...
7 things we learned from chatting with the cast of Moone Boy!
 

• Meanwhile on Netflix, Series 3 of House Of Cards is available. This Emmy-winning original thriller series stars Golden Globe winner Kevin Spacey as ruthless, cunning Congressman Francis Underwood, who will stop at nothing to conquer the halls of power in Washington D.C. His secret weapon: his gorgeous, ambitious, and equally conniving wife Claire (Golden Globe winner Robin Wright).


Boyle students through to Quiz Final

Credit Union Quiz winners

Pictured above are St Joseph's BNS U11 team who won the regional heat and are through to the Credit Union Quiz Final in the RDS in April. David, Luke, Sean & Lorcan with teachers Ms Kelly & Mr Murphy & credit union personnel.
• Boyle will be represented as well in the U13 category. Corrigeenroe NS were the winning u13 team! Mary & Pat Brogan's daughter Maeve was on the team.



Boyle GAA Update Monday 2nd March

Thanks is extended to all involved in the Bank of Ireland Boyle Expo at the weekend for affording and opportunity for the Club to acknowledge the Boyle members of the DCU Sigerson Cup team--Donal and Enda Smith and Tadhg Lowe.
• The Club extends its sympathy to the following; the Kennedy family Aughnagrange, Boyle on the death of Dan’s brother Michael in Co. Laois, to the Costello family, Mockmoyne on the death of Michael’s sister in Co Mayo, and to the Killoran family, Ryefield, Elphin, the Doherty family, Knockarush and the Sweeney family, Cavetown on the death of Mrs Killoran.




Boyle Golf Club Update Monday 2nd March

There was a large turnout for the Captain’s Drive In last Sunday with Captains Michael Rush and Sandra McCrann opening the 2015 Golfing Year. The Scramble that followed was won by Gary Carty, Carmel Conlon & Michael Simon, 2nd Jim Mooney, Ruth Hogg & Michael Reid, 3rd Brendan Gaffney, Claire Cryan & Carmel McGarry.
• In other news well done Sean Heslin who made his “modelling debut” at the Boyle Expo fashion show in the Sports Complex and thanks to all who visited the Golf Club stand at the Sports and Community event in King House on Saturday.




Tadhg TV updates you for the week ahead

In his unique style, Tadhg Griffin comments on TV programmes for the week ahead and makes valid comments on Moone Boy's Series 3 return to our screens



Memorial seat in the Barrack Garden

Barrack Seat
Berni Mc Loughlin is in the back row between Fr. Brian Conlon and Clive Gillespie
Front row Left to right Carol gillespie, Martina Mc Quaid, May Moran.

 

Those who died young remembered in Barrack Garden Cootehall. A representative committee has organized the erection of a seat to the memory of those who have died young from the locality and surrounding areas. An ecumenical service in the Barrack Garden will take place on Saturday the 28th March at 3pm. Music will be provided by young musicians, many of whom will have personally known some of the deceased.
• The memorial seat will be unveiled by Mrs Molly Fryer, representing those who have lost a loved one at a young age. A tree will be planted by Mrs Mobe Ogundiran.
• All are invited back for refreshments to Oakport Haven – the respite Centre owned by the National Association of Housing for Visually Impaired (which is within 5 minute walking distance of the Barrack Garden).
• The historic Barrack Garden has been developed by the Local Cootehall Community Development Group in conjunction with Roscommon County Council and Roscommon Leader Partnership.
The event is open to all. All indeed welcome.


Boyle Bank of Ireland Expo

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Speakers at the launch of Bank of Ireland Boyle Expo  2015

Friday and Saturday's Bank of Ireland Boyle Expo was a major happening in the town. It drew hundreds of people to the Sports Complex and King House. One prominent Boyle trader told me that the weather dictated quiet days in town, but nevertheless a huge number of locals and visitors viewed and enjoyed their visit to the Expo.

Following a relatively short preparation period of seven weeks, Bank of Ireland personnel and a dedicated local committee put together a truly memorable show of what is available from the great traders, clubs and organisations in Boyle.

A Carrick-on-Shannon visitor said "Boyle, congratulations - you are showing us what is possible", while a visitor from Monaghan said "The Boyle Expo ...What a great concept for any town to take on board ... kudos to Bank of Ireland, your local Chamber of Commerce, Boyle TM, and all involved in this great day". A Galway visitor told me "Boyle must be the best town in Connacht for the quality and frequence of your Fashion Shows ... they are on a par with shows anywhere"

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Gerry Whelehan, Bank of Ireland, Boyle and Dara Callaghan, Boyle Chamber of Commerce


Michael Kennedy R.I.P

The death has occurred of Michael Kennedy, Castlewood, Durrow, Co Laois, brother of Dan Kennedy, Londis, Boyle. In the wonderful care of the staff of the Sacred Heart Nursing Home, Crosspatrick, surrounded by his loving family, wife Mary, daughter Margaret, sons Richard, John and Michael.
Very sadly missed by his brothers Richard and Dan, sisters-in-law Mary and Olive, son-in-law Brian, daughters-in-law Colette, Teresa and Deirdre, beloved grandchildren, niece, nephews, relatives, friends and neighbours.
Reposing at his residence with rosary on Saturday evening at 8.30pm. Funeral Prayers on Sunday evening at 6.15pm, followed by removal to the Church of the Assumption, Ballyouskill. Requiem Mass on Monday at 11am, followed by burial in the adjoining cemetery.


Roscommon Hospital

Shannonside FM report: With the new Endoscopy unit, the palliative care unit and the development of the new Rehab facility, the hospital will be three times bigger than it was in 2011 and Deputy Feighan says there will be increased parking to cope with that.
However, for the moment, he’s asking people to respect local residents who need parking outside their homes.


Bank of Ireland, Boyle Expo

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10am Friday 27th - Getting ready for a great day and displays by Boyle traders.
Make sure to visit between 3pm and 8pm in the Sports Complex when more than
70 of our traders will have displays for you in this single location.
* Photos to follow *


Boyle Country Meats

SPECIALS



An Oblique View - Tony Conboy

"The blog this week is nearly all sport, though I did not intend it to be so. I’ll mix it better next time".
This week Tony continues a review list of his favourite Sports books, two weekly, this weel Lance Armstrong and Tony Cascarino, for the next four weeks
Log in every week for "An Oblique View" by Tony Conboy



Inquest - Death by accident

An inquest in Ballaghaderreen was told on Thursday that Enda Lavin, a 57 year old Roscommon fisherman from Forest Park House in Boyle lost his life in a Lough Key accident on November 1st 2014. Roscommon County Coroner, Desmond O’ Connor, said Mr Lavin’s death was a complete accident, and he extended his sympathy to his family.


Moone Boy Series 3

Chris O'Dowd's multi-award-winning Moone Boy, Series 3 will return to our SKY HD1 screens with Episode One on Monday next, March 2nd


Garda - 100 senior officers to be moved

Garda Commissioner Noirin O'Sullivan has today ordered the biggest managerial shake-up in the force in living memory. As part of the radical re-organisaiton, up to 100 senior officers of superintendent and chief superintendent rank are to be moved, while a number of high profile units will be merged.
Commissioner O'Sullivan gave the order for the unprecedented shake-up this morning and officers around the country are still being informed about where they are due to be sent.


Manual Handling Workshop

Family Life Centre, Boyle, 9.30am-1.30pm, Friday 6th March, cost €40. For information please phone 071 966 3000


Was it you? €2.9m jackpot winner

A Lotto winner has just 24 hours to claim his or her jackpot of €2.9 million. The mystery winner purchased their ticket on November 29 - and they had 90 days to claim the prize from the date of purchase. However, the deadline expires at 5.30pm tomorrow. The ticket was bought in Tesco in Claremorris, Co Mayo. It was a €3 Quick Pick ticket and was purchased just hours ahead of the Saturday draw
• Unclaimed Lotto jackpots [here...]


House Cleaner Wanted - Ballinameen

3 - 4 hours per week @ €10 per hour. Please contact 087 053 5152 for more details


Class Reunion ’85 Chriost an Rí

Angela wrote: (Has it really been that long!!! Only seems like yesterday). We are planning a get together this summer of Scoil Chriost an Ri Class of 1980-1985. Please contact Michelle michellemeredith2000@gmail.com or Angela atmg66@gmail.com to confirm your interest.


Bookings for "Oliver" by Abbey Community College

"Oliver", Abbey Community College
photo: Benny Morgan

The following are the booking details for the musical "Oliver" to be held in St Joseph’s Hall, Boyle from Wednesday 4th March to Sunday 8th March 2015, commencing at 8pm nightly.
• Booking from 1pm to 2pm at Abbey College on all schooldays this week and next week.
• Booking at Business Expo in Sports Complex on Friday 27th February 2015 from 3pm to 8pm.
• Booking at Sports & Community Expo in King House on Saturday 28th February 2015 from 11am to 2pm.


Community Games 2015

Welcome to a new year of Community games in Boyle. There are a number of upcoming events happening in the next few weeks and months, all the details will be available on our Community Games website. Please check the website regularly for updates.
 


NoWdoc Update

Frank Feighan TD: "I have been working closely with the doctors. An independent mediator has been appointed between both sides and I am hopeful and confident that issues will be resolved shortly"


A Win Win situation!

A number of students in Roscommon Learning Links are now seeking two weeks work experience, which forms part of their overall award at Level 4 or 5 in Information Technology. Without this two weeks, students cannot achieve their Major Award.
• If you see any opportunity and/or have any backload of work that needs updating or creating, please make contact with Siobhan at 071 966 4510 or email info@roscommonlearninglinks.com.
• These students are competent using all Microsoft Office applications, but are happy to do any chores or tasks that come under the remit of Work Experience. We look forward to hearing from you.


Grange NS Enrolement

 Breege wrote: If you are interested in enrolling your child in our school please contact us for an enrolment pack on 071 966 3423 or by email at grangensboyle@gmail.com. The closing date is Friday, 6 March. Check out www.grangensboyle.scoilnet.ie/blog


St. Patrick's Day Parade 2015

St. Patrick's Day Parade 2015

Tuesday 17th March - 3pm start: We are absolutely delighted to welcome David and Ian to this year's St. Patrick's Day Parade in Boyle. The parade will start at 3pm and follow the familiar route from Mockmoyne, St. Patrick Street, Bridge Street and The Crescent.


NoWDOC?

Leitrim Observer report: Over 50 family doctors from the North West initially met in Donegal Town on February 12th last to discuss the threatened collapse of the NoWDOC service. The NoWDOC service based in Carrick-on-Shannon covers all of South Leitrim up to and including Drumkeerin, as well as parts of North Roscommon including Boyle, Strokestown, Elphin and Ballyfarnon. In all, there are 21 doctors involved.
• The local GPs have expressed their concern about the evolving situation which now threatens the continuation of the existing out of hours GP cover in the area.
 


Boyle - off Boil Water notice by April

Shannonside FM report: Irish water expects 17,000 Roscommon residents be off boil water notices by April.
Irish Water is publishing its 25 year investment plan this morning, which says 2021 is the target date to remove all boil water notices. There are currently 5 schemes in Roscommon on boil water notices effecting over 20,000 people. However supplies serving Castlerea, the Boyle and Boyle Ardcarne and South Roscommon areas are currently undergoing testing and waiting approval from the HSE and the EPA.


Moone boy - The Movie

Moon Boy
Moone Boy
actors David Rawle, Deirdre O'Kane and Peter McDonald at the World Premiere of Moone Boy series 3 at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham © Irish Independent photo

A Moone Boy movie could be on the way, reveals Deirdre O'Kane. Comedienne Deirdre, who plays mother Debra Moone in the hit Sky 1 show, revealed that Chris O'Dowd's directing skills helped to make the third series the best yet. Deirdre O'Kane thinks third time is lucky for Moone Boy, as she has hinted there may be a movie in the pipeline.
 


Fresh Fish ...


Fish from the Trawler and cooked to perfection



 "We will cook delicious Smoked Cod and Ray for you!"


Christy Moore in Concert

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Photo from last June's concert in St. Joseph's Hall, Boyle

Christy Moore concert, Kilronan Castle on Friday, 13th of March 2015. Christy Moore, Declan Sinnott and Jim Higgins will play for you in KILRONAN CASTLE. Tickets for this Concert can be purchased in Mulveys, Carrick-On-Shannon or Ticketmaster.


Ban on sunbed offers

Special offers for sunbeds in tanning shops are to be banned from next month. The Health Minister says it’s part of his plan to tackle the number of cases of skin and eye cancer.


"Oliver" 4th to 8th March, St. Joseph's Hall

Oliver

Looking forward to what promises to be a great show ... Directed by Frank O'Mahoney ... 4th to 8th March in St. Joseph's Hall.
• The show Oliver with a cast of over 90 students will be staged in St. Joseph's Hall, 4th-8th March inclusive. Tickets will be available at Abbey College stand at the Enterprise Exhibition on Friday in the Sports Complex And on the Saturday in King House. Tickets will also be available in the school.


Road signs around Boyle

This could be a 'hot' topic, but that is not my intention. There are guidelines laid out by our Local Authority and the NRA regarding all signs, in town, over shops, on roadways etc. It appears that regulations are ignored in many cases ... so let's leave it at that!
• I fail to understand why there are large NRA signs pointing to Kilbryan and not to other locations.
• I also fail to understand why there are no signs at the Abbeytown entrance to Rockingham/Forest Park. I suspect that most visitors and B&B guests use the Abbeytown route to Lough Key Forest Park.
• Visitors comment on the filthy state and bad condition of many 'official' signs in the area!


Lough Key, beautiful all year

Lough Key, Castle Island

 


It's a fact...

The Co Roscommon Dog Pound is in Rockfield, Donamon. The premises has sufficient kennels to cope with expected throughput of 250-300 dogs per year or up to 15 dogs at any one time. The pound will now open between 11am to 2pm Monday to Saturday.


BOI, Boyle - they don't build like this nowadays

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Our older viewers will remember this as the "National Bank" on Main Street



Irish Water to prioritise Roscommon’s water leaks.

Irish Water says it will take years before the percentage of water leaks in Roscommon is reduced to below the national average. Reportedly efforts are underway to take up to 20,000 residents across 5 schemes off boil water notices.



Ardcarne Garden Centre, Boyle

• Wednesday March 4th: First of ten Wednesday Sewing Classes, 10am – 12 noon €150. Join professional dress maker Alena Gurn and learn how to be creative with your sewing machine!
• Saturday March 7th: National Tree Week Event 11.30am – 12.30pm FREE Event
• Saturday March 14th: Decorate and plant your own Mother’s Day Gift
• Sunday 22nd March: Foods that Fight Cancer, 1-2pm €10. Join local scientist and two times cancer patient, Judit Warner and discover what are the best cancer beating foods to grow and eat. Cost €10 – includes complimentary green tea and healthy nibbles
• Saturday March 28th: Lawn Care Clinic, 2-3pm FREE event


Boyle Tennis Club

Tennis coaching for children will re-commence in Boyle for five weeks from Monday Feb 23rd, 4pm to 5pm. The €25 cost includes membership until March 2016. Enquiries please to Noreen Hawkins on 087 657 3046


Ardcarne Garden Centre

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Belinda McCauley and Peggy Feely (Mayo Roscommon Hospice) accepting a cheque from Liz, Ciara and Mary Frances from recent Christmas fundraiser at Ardcarne Plantsplus Garden Centre. Thanks to all our customers!


Galilee Community, Tintagh, Boyle

Wake up to God this Lent: This is the theme of our Lenten Programme in Galilee.
Collette Furlong will facilitate the presentation on Tuesday, February, 24th & March 3rd. Her topic is “The Art of Practising the Presence.” Fr. Vincent Sherlock will facilitate the presentation on March 10th, 24th &31st. His topic “The Enchanted Way – reflections from the road to Calvary.”
LENTEN RETREAT this year will be given by Carole Barry on March 14th. More details later.


Moone Boy ... the album

Sony Music will have an album of songs available for download at the end of this month. It will feature songs you will have heard through the award winning Moone Boy TV series ... "Tico's Tune" "Where's Me Jumper" etc and "Moone Boy" which was written with lyrics by our own John Mulligan and music/performed by our friend Charlie McGettigan.
• The long awaited Series 3 of Moone Boy will be shown on Sky 1 HD starting. Special guests through the series will include Sir Terry Wogan, Sharon Horgan, John Sessions & Bronagh Gallagher and guests from Series 1 and 2


Boyle Summer Show

The 2015 date has been chosen - it's Sunday August 23rd. The committee has already begun to put a fun filled day for all the family together. Lots of information on up coming events to follow.


Irish Water v Roscommon Co Council

Roscommon has the worst water supply leakage problems in the country. Most local authorities are losing 40 per cent of their water supply through leaks, but the percentage in Roscommon is 62 per cent; the worst rate in the country.
• The question that occurs immediately is "Should Irish Water charge Ros Co Co for Leaked Water?" ... they will certainly charge householders for domestic leaks!!


Art in St. Joseph's Church, Boyle

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The Boyle Civic Arts Collection Committee have hung "The Glory Foretold", a 2002 work by artist Patrick Pye. the painting can be viewed in St. Joseph's Church close to the baptismal font. The painting was donated to Boyle Civic Collection by the Haverty Trust and is an artistic representation of the Transfiguration showing Jesus, Eliza, Moses, Peter, James and his brother John.


Boles of Boyle

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Boles of Boyle - a current window display

Boyle Traders do themselves and Boyle proud with the quality of their shop window displays. At all times of the year our traders exercise their creativity, giving time and money to quality window dressings that would grace any town, anywhere. As we head to longer daylight hours and fast approaching St. Patrick's Day I will photograph and publish many of these beauties!


Brogans Pharmacy, Shop Street

Brogans Clarins Valentines



Fat - we got wrong advice

One of the most widely advocated pieces of dietary advice from the 1970s and 1980s - to cut intake of fat and saturated fat in order to reduce the risk of a heart attack - was wrong and should never have been introduced, according to new research.
 


Drumderrig Nursing Home

Drumderrig Carers Wanted



New law

A new law will require restaurants, takeaways and all food service outlets to post the information alongside the price for all items offered on their menus. The Restaurant Association of Ireland claims the move would cost businesses, and is blaming the ‘nanny state’.
1. will every menu in the country have to be reprinted?
2. who is qualified to measure the calories?
3. will there be new menu inspectors?
4. what numbskull came up with this idea?
Sure, obesity is a problem, but so is the continued availability of cigarettes, booze and contaminated water!


New Buses - Roscommon connection

Bus Éireann has unveiled an upmarket new fleet of coaches which it claims are "better than the car". 20 new coaches will go into service on Expressway’s 23 intercity (including Dublin Sligo I guess) routes next week. The buses are painted with the new red and silver livery, changes which the entire fleet will undergo. The buses were built through a joint-venture partnership of Irizar in Spain and Westward Scania in Roscommon.
 


Profile of Co. Roscommon

• Population 64,065
• 10.8% are Non-Irish Nationals
• 13.7% have a Disability
• 9,396 Older people & 28% live alone
• 6,257 One Person Households
• 2,950 Households without a car
• 7,468 Households without a PC
• 34% Households have no Internet access
• 719 individuals with no formal education
• 25% of the population have 3rd level education (???)
• 13% of college graduates receive their first job in the county
• 4,579 over 25's on the Live Register September 2014 (Castlerea highest rate signing)
• 1,371 under 25's signing September 201

 

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