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Major Antiques Roadshow & Fair Comes to Sligo

On Sunday 16th September, The Sligo Park Hotel will host the new Sligo Antiques and Collectables Fair. This fair will be an amazing opportunity for antiques lovers and antiques hunters to source some amazing and affordable antiques. There will be an array of affordable items ranging in price from €5 upwards.

Over 20 of the top antique dealers in the west and north-west will be in attendance selling a wide range of antiques and collectable's ranging from- Georgian and Victorian Furniture, Silver, Ceramics, Pottery, Jewellery, Military items, Swords, Uniforms and Guns, Art, Rare Books, Medals Orders and Decorations, Coins, Stamps, Railway items, Vintage Clothing and accessories, Clocks, Rare Maps, Linens etc.

An exciting feature of this fair will be an oppertunity to have your antiques valued by a panel of experts. If your items are too large to bring along on the day please bring along a photograph.   

Doors will open to the buying public at 11am until 6pm. Everyone welcome.

€3 each or two for €5. Children Free. Enquiries to 085 8068057
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Paul Donovan Producing Masterclass

Paul Donovan will be in conversation at Sligeach Films, Wine St Sligo at 7pm on Wednesday 26th September.

Paul is currently on location in Boyle with Chris O'Dowd's 'Moone Boy' TV Series which launches tomorrow Friday 14 September on SKY TV
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BNI Sligo Shave'R'Dye raise €5700 for Cancer

BNI Sligo Shave'R'Dye recently raised €5700 for Cancer using the heads of David Armstrong of Rathedmond Crash Repair, Denis Fahey of Denis Fahey Construction, Michael MacGinty of MeanWeb, Derek McHugh of McHugh Engineers, Conor O'Brien of OBAssociates, Niall Walsh of LockUp Alarms and supported by the other members and kind donors.
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RTÉ seeking Sligo contributors
 
RTÉ are producing a documentary about taxation and the health service in Ireland and are seeking contributors to talk about their experiences of the health service in Sligo. If you are interested in contributing to our research please contact Ruairi at ruairi.mckenna@rte.ie or 01 208 2701.
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