This week’s 40-page edition of the Westmeath Independent is now on the shelves and is packed with the best in local news, sport and photography. Featured stories include:
*Residents oppose Portlick Scout Camp Fence
*Duncan Stewart to visit Battery Heights Memorial Garden
*St Joseph’s College embraces e-Learning
*Athlone’s major cycleway plans
*Temple Villa AFC Celebrates 40 Years of Soccer
*Full preview of the Roscommon v Tyrone All-Ireland Minor Football semi-final
*John Maughan refuses to rule out managing Westmeath
*Full previews of this weekend’s crunch matches in the Westmeath SFC and IFC
*There’s also loads of fantastic photographs taken at events across the county last weekend, including at the local Graduation Balls, the Lecarrow Cycle for Charity in memory of the late Darragh Kenny, the Moate Show and the Golden Island Family Fun Day and lots more.
All this and much more can be found in this week’s paper, which is available in local outlets and can also be accessed in the ePaper format (for more on this option, see: http://www.westmeathindependent.ie/epaper#undefined) -
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