Optimizing Covers in Phase Three
John Girvan, Manager at catering supplier Alliance Online Ireland (www.allianceonline.ie), shares so...

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IFSA/Chef Network Operating Guidelines
Representing over 200 member companies, IFSA (the Irish Foodservice Suppliers Alliance) and Chef Net...

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Brand Building with Video
  Video is a powerful communications tool, but hotels need to have a clear reason for posting ...

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Fáilte Ireland Business Hub supports industry
In response to COVID-19, Fáilte Ireland has created a new online support hub for tourism businesses,...

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Optimizing Covers in Phase Three
IFSA/Chef Network Operating Guidelines
Brand Building with Video
Fáilte Ireland Business Hub supports industry


Taskforce seeks Shannon Support

The Clare Tourism Recovery Taskforce, a business group comprising representatives of the Clare tourism and hospitality sector, has warned that almost 9,000 tourism jobs could be lost in the County this yearshannonapt

 In an Open Letter to Taoiseach Micheal Martin, the Taskforce is requesting urgent Government supports to Shannon Airport.
The group says the decision by Delta and United Airlines not to resume flights from Shannon Airport in 2021 and the potential transfer of Aer Lingus aircraft serving routes to the US and UK away from Shannon Airport will have “significant and long-lasting negative consequences” for the tourism sector across County Clare and the wider Mid-West Region.


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Roscommon-Dublin 'Famine Trail' Launched

A new National Famine Way has been launched, following the footsteps of 1,490 emigrants who walked from Strokestown, Co Roscommon, to Dublin at the height of the famine in 1847.famineway
Writing in the 'Irish Independent' to-day, Pól O Conghaile reports that the 165km trail, which mostly follows off-road paths along the Royal Canal, will be open year-round to walkers and cyclists, and is detailed in a new, downloadable OSI Trail Map.
As part of the initiative, a 14-page passport and guide is available to buy for €10, with 27 stage stamps that can be collected along the trail.
It traces the route taken by 1,490 people - known as the "Missing 1,490" - who left Strokestown in 1847 and walked to join "some of the worst coffin ships" travelling to Liverpool, and subsequently Quebec in Canada.


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Dutch read about Parkland Golf

Some 20,000 readers of Golfers Magazine in the Netherlands are learning all about golfing in Kildare and Meath this month. The September edition of the popular golfing golfmagmagazine includes an article profiling The K Club and Carton House in Co Kildare, as well as Killeen Castle in Co Meath.
Tourism Ireland in Amsterdam, in conjunction with Fáilte Ireland and The K Club, invited journalist Edwin Ammerlaan to visit in July 2019. The resulting article appears under the headline “Ierland Parkland” and highlights some of our fantastic inland golf courses. The article includes lots of great photos of The K Club and Killeen Castle, as well as the Montgomerie course at Carton House.


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Virtual Conferences at Kilkea Castle

Kilkea Castle in Co. Kildare has kilkeaannounced a partnership with Mavrix, the independent, experiential agency, to introduce virtual conferencing in its -new Conference Centre.

Suitable for conferences and meetings of all sizes, these online virtual events are a turnkey communication and engagement solution from Mavrix, with interactive applications in a virtual environment. They can cater for all meeting types such as town halls, conferences, staff training, employee engagement and company updates, with a range of solutions available to suit all budgets and Covid-19 restrictions. Meeting attendees can join the events from the comfort of their own homes or offices.
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Blarney Hotel Plan

Irish Conference and Leisure Holdings Limited has applied for permission to construct a mixed-use development that would include an 80-bedroom hotel on the site of the forblarney0220mer Blarney Park Hotel in Blarney, Co. Cork.

According to The Irish Examiner, the proposed hotel building would include a fitness facility and a rooftop garden.
The proposed mixed-use development of which the hotel building would be a part would also include a café, a supermarket, an office building and 16,780 square metres of commercial space.
A decision on the planning application for the proposed development is due to be made by the end of October.


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