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Best Place to Live More than 1,500 people have sent in nominations so far for the Irish Times Best Place to Live in Ireland competition. The closing date is midnight on Sunday, July 25th. The Irish Times is pleased to have received entries from every county in Ireland, north and south. Some places – such as Glaslough, Co Monaghan and Malahide, Co Dublin – received a large number of entries, but this is not a numbers game. When the nominations are put before our judges, the quality of the entry, and more importantly the quality of the place, will be the crucial factors in deciding the winner. If you would like to see the place you love crowned ‘The Best Place to Live in Ireland 2021', nominate it now! Here is a LINK: https://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/travel/ireland/best-place- to-live-in-ireland We have a lot to offer so get us in there. Even if we don’t win we will at least let some people know we exist. We have good housing; we have good local shops; we have good schools; we have plenty of employment opportunities; we have a great Tidy Towns committee and supporters; we have very good sporting clubs including GAA (Male and Female), Soccer, Cycling, Handball, Basketball, Athletics, Walking, Squash, Badminton, Music and Dancing classes etc.; we have beautiful rural scenery including the Sliabh Beagh mountains; we are steeped in heritage and history; we are in the centre with Dublin, Belfast, Derry, Donegal, Lakes of Fermanagh; Armagh, Dundalk and Newry all within distance; we are sitting on the N2, the Main Road from Dublin to Derry/Donegal; we are a short drive from Kavanagh Country, from historic Clones and Big Tom’s country; we are 10km from Aughnacloy and Northern Ireland and 10km from Monaghan Town which has a fantastic reputation for ‘good food’. I could go on and on but you can likely think of many things I have omitted which makes Emyvale a very attractive place to live. Tell the world by filling in the entry which closes on the 25th of July which is only a couple of days away.
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Emyvale: Tidy Towns …………………………… HERE Jolly Joggers ………………………... HERE ‘Happy Emyvale’ ………………….. HERE News From Noeleen ……………… HERE Gary Askin Presentations ……… HERE Gretta Neeson ……………………. HERE Village Inhabitants ………………. HERE Local Poet …………………………… HERE Edenmore NS Board ……………… HERE Maura McKenna RIP ……………… HERE Panto in 1977. ……………………. HERE Treanors and McKennas ……….. HERE My Heart ……………………………… HERE Molly Treanor …………………….. HERE Sweet Emyvale ……………………. HERE Walkers ……………………………. HERE New Ownership ……………………. HERE Corracrin NS Active …………….. HERE Bioversity Garden …………….. HERE
Local Emyvale Awards ………………………. HERE
Best Place to Live More than 1,500 people have sent in nominations so far for the Irish Times Best Place to Live in Ireland competition. The closing date is midnight on Sunday, July 25th. The Irish Times is pleased to have received entries from every county in Ireland, north and south. Some places – such as Glaslough, Co Monaghan and Malahide, Co Dublin – received a large number of entries, but this is not a numbers game. When the nominations are put before our judges, the quality of the entry, and more importantly the quality of the place, will be the crucial factors in deciding the winner. If you would like to see the place you love crowned ‘The Best Place to Live in Ireland 2021', nominate it now! Here is a LINK: https://www.irishtimes.com/life-and- style/travel/ireland/best-place-to-live-in-ireland We have a lot to offer so get us in there. Even if we don’t win we will at least let some people know we exist. We have good housing; we have good local shops; we have good schools; we have plenty of employment opportunities; we have a great Tidy Towns committee and supporters; we have very good sporting clubs including GAA (Male and Female), Soccer, Cycling, Handball, Basketball, Athletics, Walking, Squash, Badminton, Music and Dancing classes etc.; we have beautiful rural scenery including the Sliabh Beagh mountains; we are steeped in heritage and history; we are in the centre with Dublin, Belfast, Derry, Donegal, Lakes of Fermanagh; Armagh, Dundalk and Newry all within distance; we are sitting on the N2, the Main Road from Dublin to Derry/Donegal; we are a short drive from Kavanagh Country, from historic Clones and Big Tom’s country; we are 10km from Aughnacloy and Northern Ireland and 10km from Monaghan Town which has a fantastic reputation for ‘good food’. I could go on and on but you can likely think of many things I have omitted which makes Emyvale a very attractive place to live. Tell the world by filling in the entry which closes on the 25th of July which is only a couple of days away.