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Engineers Ireland, in association with its North East region, invite you to attend the Future of Energy Forum on Thursday, 16 May 2019 at Dundalk Institute of Technology from 4:00pm.

Join us to explore Ireland’s future energy supply and demand. Listen to Eirgrid, ESB and BENE on their vision for the future of energy in Ireland. Meet with engineering companies including Combilift and Glen Dimplex who are excelling in the fields of energy innovation and research on a global scale. And don’t miss the opportunity to network with engineering colleagues, business leaders and policy-makers from across the North East.

A more detailed agenda will follow. For now, we invite you to SAVE THE DATE and join us at this informative and innovative Future of Energy Forum. Alternatively, you can pre-register by clicking here.

Future of Energy Forum

Hosted by Engineers Ireland North East region

Dundalk Institute of Technology

Thursday, 16 May

16:00-21:00

monaghancoco logoMonaghan County Council in partnership with Carrick Aces Athletic Club and Carrick Rovers Football Club are carrying out a study to assess the potential for development of a shared Sports Complex Building on the former convents lands adjacent to the Carrick Aces running track and the new pitches development being undertaken by Carrick Rovers.

Any new facility would in both service these investments and also be made available for use by other interested clubs and community organisations. Funding is potentially available for predevelopment supports under the recently announced Large Scale Sports infrastructure fund. Any new shared building and facilities' would complement existing provision in the area and would service the greater South Monaghan and surrounding areas. A key part of the process is to undertake an extensive public consultation regarding the development of any new facilities.

We would appreciate if you could take a few minutes to complete this questionnaire.

LINK TO CARRICKMACROSS SHARED SPORTS FACILITY SURVEY

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/9YDZFQS

TradingWithAnEdgeMonaghan Town Team in association with our Local Enterprise Office have come together to develop a small series of workshops designed to help you keep Trading With An Edge. The first event takes place this Thursday 28th of February in the Hillgrove from 6:15PM to 8PM. This will include two small presentations followed by an opportunity to discuss best practice, refreshments will be served on the night. This will be a great opportunity to network with fellow local businesses and is open to all businesses from all sectors should you wish to attend.

 

The series of workshops will focus on;

Evening 1 Thursday 28th of Feb (Hillgrove):

Cost Saving Practices with Oli Gleeson (Profitwatch),

Customer Service Excellence with Charlie Boyle (Customer Service Excellence Ireland).

 

Evening 2 Monday 4th of March (Glencarn):

Retail Outlook for 2019 with David Fitzsimons(Retail Excellence Ireland).

 

Evening 3 Thursday 14th of March (Westenra):

Visual Merchandising with Rowena Doyle (Visual Sense).

 

Evening 4 Thursday 28th of March (Westenra):

Cost saving with Padraig Murphy (PM Utilities)

Digital Presence with Daryl Conway, (Social media and marketing advice on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and websites)

JP Mone, Ramfit and their digital journey.

 

This will be an opportunity to engage and ask the experts on how best to add an edge to your business whether through customer service, reducing costs, improving visual displays or enhancing your digital presence.

 

To book now follow this link, https://www.localenterprise.ie/Monaghan/Training-Events/Online-Bookings/Trading%20with%20An%20Edge%20-Retail%20Workshop%201.html , tickets are on a per business basis, so bring additional staff members if you wish.

 

 

PublicMeetingMonaghan Age Friendly programme will develop a new Age Friendly Strategy for county Monaghan in 2019. The most important part of this process is consultation with older people and those who work with older people in our communities. The consultation aims to identify the issues that are impacting on the lives of older people in the county and look at actions that the Age Friendly programme can deliver to address these issues.

 

Consultation with Older people - Services Providers - (Word Doc)

chamber logo2Carrickmacross Chamber of Commerce AGM on Tuesday 12th of March 7pm. Upstairs in the Fiddlers. Have your say! Local Auctioneer Shane O’Hanlon will present the findings of the recent report: Rejuvenating Ireland's small town centres - A Call to Action.

All businesses are welcome.

HealthFair

Carrickmacross Christmas Jumper Day is on Friday 21st of December.
We ask all Banks, Shops, Offices and Businesses to take part in this event by wearing your Christmas Jumper to work. Donate €5.00 each towards this years chosen charity which is Carrickmacross St Vincent De Paul (Food Appeal)
The funds raised will be used to purchase food for hampers for people in need in the Carrickmacross area.xmasjumper

All donations can be dropped into @SVP - Vincent's Shop Carrickmacross, please mark it clearly in an envelope that it is for the Christmas Jumper Day.

The 2nd Shop Local Christmas Draw for €1000 in Chamber Town Vouchers will take place tomorrow in the Market Square Shopping Centre at 4pm. So if you are shopping in Carrickmacross look out for free tickets and enter, sometimes shops can be busy so you might need to ask for one.a3poster

DrumlinWalkThe Four Counties Trail begins at the Shirley Arms Hotel and weaves its way out of town along the Shercock Road, past the Fever Hospital and the Workhouse. The trail takes the country lane at C through to Reilly’s Cross, straight on past the garden centre and left to the high ground in Barnadonagh. Take a moment here to savour the 4-Counties vista, Cavan, Meath, Louth and Monaghan, anticlockwise from the west. The trail drops down to the crossroad and then climbs straight ahead by the laneway (the old Bailieborough Road) to the Dunogue Fort. Enjoy the views on the way back to town.

Drumlin Walk PDF >>

DrumlinWalkMap

 

GIBRGOI harp 2018 colourThe Government launched the 'Getting Ireland Brexit Ready' public information campaign. The campaign is a further intensification of the Government’s preparedness and contingency planning, which was
initiated in advance of the UK’s referendum in June 2016.

As part of the campaign, public outreach events have begun to take place across the country. These outreach events showcase the extensive work of the Government’s agencies, including Enterprise Ireland, Bord Bia, Fáilte Ireland and Tourism Ireland. The events bring together this experience and expertise in a ‘one stop shop’ for citizens and businesses in particular. The opening event, on Friday 5 October in Cork, was very successful, with a large attendance and significant interest in the topics discussed.

The events will take place on the following dates:

  • NUI, Galway (ILAS, North Campus), Friday, 12 October;
  • Four Seasons, Monaghan, Friday, 19 October; and
  • Croke Park, Dublin, Thursday, 25 October.

Registration is available here >>

Monaghan Development PlanYou are invited to a Public Consultation Workshop on the Draft Monaghan County Development Plan 2019-2025 which includes Settlement Plans for all of the Towns & Villages in County Monaghan.

This is an informal drop in workshop to enable everyone to talk with Council Officials on matters contained in the Draft Monaghan County Development Plan The Draft Plan can be inspected in the County Libraries , Municipal District Offices , the Planning Office & at www.monaghan.ie

For dates and times see flyer here >>