Cannonball RETRO road-trip is coming to Limerick

first_imgRELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedin Advertisement LifestyleNewsLocal NewsCannonball RETRO road-trip is coming to LimerickBy Staff Reporter – May 28, 2019 775 Facebook Limerick City Gallery of Art exhibition showcases ‘Limerick Connections’ through artists over the past 50 years Print Previous articlemore than 800 places on 35 higher education courses available in Limerick funded through Springboard+ 2019Next articleLimerick students had a blast Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie TAGSCarsEventeventslifestyleLimerick CitymotorNews Twittercenter_img Vicky calls for right to die with dignity Woman arrested and €72,000 seized in Westbury WhatsApp Public opinion gridlocked over new city traffic measures Selena (5) pictured at the launch of the first ever Cannonball RETRO Road-Trip Picture Andres PovedaThe First ever RETRO Cannonabll in coming to Limerick on July 13th and is taking in Glin, Foynes, Askeaton, Clarina, and the outskirts of Limerick City.Old-fashioned road trips are trendy again.  Surveys show they are on the rise and on Instagram, the hashtag #roadtrip shows up 46 million times. Now in 2019, for the first time, Cannonball Ireland are adding a Retro Cannonball sponsored by Teng Tools USA.   The classic run starts in Kinsale on July 12th and takes in Healy Pass, Kenmare, Molls Gap, Inch Beach, Dingle, Slea Head, Conor Pass, Tralee, Foynes, Limerick and finishes at Bunratty Castle on July 13th.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “The all new Retro Cannonball Classic Run featuring cars from the 60’s,70’s, 80’s and early 90’s takes us back to our roots when the mad-cap Cannonball Movie was made” said Cannonball founder Alan Bannon “We are going all out retro and welcoming cars from this golden era to take in stunning drives and world-famous rally routes. Classic runs are a longstanding tradition steeped in nostalgia and pop culture and we want to add our own Cannonball twist to make this a truly unforgettable experience for both drivers and spectators”Classic cars are about the experience, style, exclusivity and craftsmanship, all of which are universal and timeless. Classic cars not only appeal to car lovers, but also to lovers of engineering, design, art and history.  They retain an incurable romance and that is the reason why people do, and always will, love classic cars.  Add in the spectacle, heady excitement and adrenalin-fuelled festival atmosphere that Cannonball is renowned for and the traditional classic run goes up a gear. This is a road-trip planned with adventure, luxury, breath-taking scenery, unforgettable experiences and spontaneity in mind.Cannonball Ireland is an established event management company since 2008 and has already raised €1,016,000 for Irish Charities and attracts over 190,000 spectators every September as well as international road-trips across the UK, Scotland, Europe and America.  In 2019, Cannonball are proud to partner with the Irish Cancer Society. Cannonball is one of the most unique motoring fraternities in the world with breath-taking driving routes, luxurious hospitality and that rare ‘camarderie’ that makes Cannonball a truly unforgettable experience.The Retro Cannonball Road Trip is all-inclusive and the fee of €875 per person sharing includes hotels, coffee stops lunch, evening meals and entertainment. See www.cannonball.ie for details. Email New parklet changes Catherine Street dining experience Thefts of catalytic converters on the rise #crimeprevention last_img read more

Call for marathon runners to support GROW

first_imgNewsCommunitySportCall for marathon runners to support GROWBy Staff Reporter – October 24, 2019 157 Green Ribbon Month aims to help end stigma and discrimination about mental health Karen seeks mental health support for cancer patients Linkedin Hand photo created by katemangostar – www.freepik.comAs athletes are putting in their final preparations for the Dublin City Marathon, one of Ireland’s leading mental health support groups, GROW, is calling on participants from Limerick City & County to consider raising funds for the charity.For those who have not yet selected a charity, GROW is asking that they consider contacting family, friends and colleagues and encouraging them to make a donation. As a result, not only will you enjoy the personal satisfaction of completing the marathon, but doing it in aid a charity will make it even more worthwhile as GROW meetings are held regularly throughout Limerick City & County.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up It would be particularly fitting to support GROW as the charity is celebrating its 50th anniversary of providing support within the community to people dealing with all types of mental health challenges.Joan Diffley, Jacki Hehir & Michael Crowe called on athletes to lend support to GROW and help people recover from mental health issues.“The challenges that athletes face during training and the marathon itself are similar in many respects to the challenges faced by people who struggle on a daily basis with their mental well-being. GROW’s recovery programme prepares people to take small, but very significant and practical steps towards achieving their ultimate goal of personal recovery.“What is unique about GROW is that it is a community-based organisation that provides support and education around emotional and mental wellbeing through weekly free meetings. “These meetings provide mutual help, understanding and encouragement to those who are struggling with any aspect of mental health from depression to stress, anxiety, loneliness or isolation and to those experiencing financial and physical difficulties,” explained Joan Diffley, Jacki Hehir & Michael Crowe.International research on GROW’s group method shows that “over a period of time they need significantly less professional help and have less chance of relapse. They are significantly more likely to be in employment and will have wider support networks. They are also more likely to reduce, or dispense with, medication”.If you are interested in supporting GROW you can donate on www.grow.ie www.facebook.com/GROWIreland/, alternatively contact the charity on email at [email protected] or GROW Office, 33 Henry Street, Limerick, Tel: 061 318813 for sponsorship cards. If you, or anybody you know, could benefit from GROW please contact us at this number. Limerick Post Show | Limerick Mental Health Housing 37 Compulsory Purchase Orders issued as council takes action on derelict sites Mental Health Charity Let’s Get Talking open new outreach in Midwest Print WhatsAppcenter_img Previous articleKate’s fundraiser leaves its mark on family and friendsNext articleLimerick Post Show | Keywest Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook TAGScharitydublin city marathonLimerick City and CountymarathonMental Healthsupport Email Advertisement Text for mental health supportlast_img read more

Cllr Canning says cross-border proposals will shut rural schools

first_img WhatsApp Facebook Google+ 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Cllr Canning says cross-border proposals will shut rural schools Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry WhatsApp Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebookcenter_img By News Highland – April 2, 2012 Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Previous articleChildren in border areas may get school choiceNext articleDerry Councillor condemns weekend arson attacks in Galliagh area News Highland Donegal County Cllr Paul Canning says this is simply another cost cutting measure by the Irish government.He says if the Education Minister goes ahead with this proposal then it will result in the closure of every rural school along the border in Donegal.Cllr Canning says it will result in people from towns like Lifford and Carrigans going to schools across the border….[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/pcann.mp3[/podcast] Twitter Google+ News Pinterest Pinterest Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img read more

Call centre culture set to reign in the 21st century

first_img Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Call centre culture set to reign in the 21st centuryOn 5 Feb 2002 in Personnel Today The number of call centre employees in the UK will rocket from 500,000 to640,000 by 2005, according to a report by research company Datamonitor. The report claims that the call centre sector, which currently accounts for1.7 per cent of the UK’s workforce, will employ two per cent of the workingpopulation by 2005. The growth will see another 2,000 call centres join the 6,000 already in theUK. Datamonitor analyst James Adams said the expected rise will create arecruitment and retention challenge for call centre employers. Many call centres have a staff turnover of 100 per cent a year, and it isdifficult to recruit good people, especially as the centres get moresophisticated, he said. Adams said one of the main obstacles to recruitment and retention is thepoor image that has plagued call centre jobs. But he said this is becoming easier with improved conditions and money inthe sector. “There is less shouting and whip-cracking now, and wages areapproaching mean earnings.” The research indicated that increased competition in the sector should alsolead to improved conditions. www.datamonitor.com Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more

Leicester City miss the sign of Adrien Silva by 14 seconds

first_imgLeicester City are said to have missed the signing of Adrien Silva by 14 seconds.Reports claim the Foxes agreed a deal with Sporting Lisbon for the Portugal midfielder, but just missed the transfer deadline.It means Silva won’t be able to play until January, although Leicester are thought to be appealing. Photo: Pixabay Meanwhile, Swansea defender Kyle Bartley has been ruled out for three months after undergoing surgery on a knee injury.The centre-back sustained the problem in last month’s 4-1 League Cup win over M-K Dons.last_img read more