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Wedding Showcase hosted by The Inn at Dromoland

Visit The Inn at Dromoland this coming Sunday, February 24, between 1 and 5pm. There will be over 30 Wedding Exhibitors offering many discounts on the day. Enjoy the Bridal Fashion Show with Catwalk Modelling Agency and experience all that The Inn at Dromoland can offer you on your special day. The event will be MC’d by Marietta Doran – Personal Stylist and Fashion Contributor at Virgin Media Television, who will offer advice to Brides to Be, along with Mothers of the Bride. Nestled on the 450 acre Dromoland Estate and overlooking the panoramic Shannon Estuary, The Inn at Dromoland is the ideal venue for your Wedding Day Celebrations. Part of the Dromoland Castle family, Wedding Couples can expect the very highest levels of hospitality and service. From lavish arrival receptions, to the highest quality menus which are locally sourced, the hotel aims to exceed every expectation, with the renowned service for which the hotel has long been known. The …

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Announcement from Treacy’s West County Hotel

It is with great regret that Treacy’s West County Hotel must advise that this Saturday Night’s Show – “Kenny & Dolly Together Again” has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances. Those who have purchased tickets from the Hotel in advance can receive a full refund upon presentation of their tickets to hotel reception staff. Should disappointed fans wish to see alternative dates for the Kenny & Dolly show, please visit www.joegallagherentertainments.com for tour dates. The hotel sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused.

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Property purchase with your pension scheme

The Irish insatiable appetite for property has not gone away, with property transactions in some form happening on a daily basis. Additionally, it appears the appetite for investment in the property market is back. Various economic commentators have predicted residential house price growth of between 6% and 8% for the year. It also seems that we have had a severe under-supply of homes in Ireland over the last 10 years and nothing increases prices like scarcity and demand. Having seen what can go wrong with property, many people are reticent to get involved in a market that has proven to be more volatile than anyone had previously dreamt it could be. So, with that in mind, why would anyone in their right mind even consider purchasing an investment property using their hard-earned and hard-saved pension funds? With the lack of financing available, at least the gearing risk has been taken out of this area. With this in mind, many people …

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