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"Horsing Around at The Stables in Birr"

Always winter but never Christmas.” – C.S. Lewis, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

I’m not entirely sure if the Midlands in Ireland is a mecca for culinary delights in the same manner that say Kinsale or Galway would be but I do occasionally find myself having to travel through there and with the distance I drive you really can’t do the return journey without having to stop for lunch or a coffee.

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Leake Academy student’s health improving

Grant Roberson was taken to the hospital September 7th after falling ill after football practice at Leake Academy.
He was taken to a local hospital before being airlifted to UMC and put into ICU, according to family members. 100 more words


Rival schools playing Friday night’s football game for hospitalized student

Simpson County Academy students usually call it Leake week leading up to the big match up with Leake Academy, but as a poster lines their side of the fence supporting the opposing team SCA cheerleaders say this game is different. 256 more words


Leake Academy football player hospitalized after practice

LEAKE COUNTY, Miss. (WJTV) — A Leake Academy football player is hospitalized after Monday’s football practice.

A family member of 16-year-old Grant Roberson said the 10th grader told his coach after practice that he wasn’t feeling well. 58 more words


Sold: Sealine F34, €115,000 Tax Paid

Sealine F34 Sold


Dinette converts to a large bed
Teak deck and stairs
Extended deck seating area
Full canvas cover set
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HOME TOURIST - Geashill - The Glebe Walk

My home village of Geashill holds a very special place in my heart.

Welcome to Geashill, a charming, picturesque village halfway between Tullamore and Portarlington, in the heart of Co.

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Today in Irish History – 1 June:

1762 – Birth in Callan, Co Kilkenny of Blessed Edmund Ignatius Rice, educator, philanthropist, and the founder of the Irish Christian Brothers’ Order.

1798 – United Irishmen Rebellion: Rebels continue in force. 381 more words

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