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WEDDING :: Joanne Henry and Sligo Rovers Player Raff Cretaro were married in the Church of St. John the Evangelist, Tubbercurry on Friday 12th December with their reception held in the Diamond Coast Hotel, Enniscrone. Photo: Richard Mc Carthy Photography

Christmas Spirit :: Students and Teachers from The Ursuline carol singing in the Tesco Arcade to raise funds for Vincent dePaul. Photo:

PARTY :: Templeboy Parish Council took their Senior Citizens to the Diamond Coast Hotel in Enniscrone for the annual Christmas party. Pictured at the event were Fr Michael Gilroy with the oldest residents in Templeboy Agnes Calpin and Jimmy Loftus. Photo: Noel Kennedy

DASH :: Dagma Fejtkova from Manohamilton Co Leitim who won the trolley dash at Lidl in Sligo. The store along with all Lidl outlets in Ireland are raising funds for Barretstown. Dagma works with all the speed she can generate to get as much as she can into her trolley. Photo: Noel Kennedy

PRESENTATION :: Padraig Mulligan and Sean Tempany making a presentation on behalf of the people of Templeboy to former councillor Mary Barrett, for her service to Templeboy when she served on Sligo County Council. The Templeboy Parish Council presentation was made in the Diamond Coast Hotel at the Christmas party for the senior citizens. Photo: Noel Kennedy

TROLLEY :: The Sligo Lidl Trolley Dash winner in Sligo, Dagma Fejtkova from Co Leitrim with members of the Sligo Lidl team after her successful dash around the store. Photo: Noel Kennedy

CHARITY :: Santa and Mrs Claus were busy collecting for The Simon Community in Quayside Shopping Centre on Sunday. Photo:

TOURISM - Pictured at a recent tourism event in New York was John McLaughlin from North & West Coast Links (2nd from left) who was amongst the tourism trade selling Ireland. The event, organised by Failte Ireland, was a great opportunity to promote the Wild Atlantic Way and also Ireland as a conference destination.

EXPO - Sligo Chamber CEO Paul Keyes speaking at the recent successful Expo of some chamber businesses. Over 50 firms took part and it is expected that the Chamber will host two Expos per year.

MARCH - Pictured taking part in the recent Anti-Water Charges march was Sligo Fianna Fail Councillor Seamus Kilgannon. The protest saw 5,000 people take to the streets of Sligo town to voice their anger at the looming water charges expected to start arriving at homes in January.