Edgeworthstown

PILATES: Pilates Classes Starting Sept 2011: Body Sculpt pilates are running Beginners and improvers Pilates Classes in Edgeworthstown Community Center this Sept. Classes are run by a chartered physiotherapist and are limited to 12 people per class. Cost is 80 Euro for 6 Weeks + 1 week Free (7weeks). Starting:Wednesday 7th Sept 2011, 7pm Beginners Class, 8pm Improvers Class. Ideal for all levels of ability from Low back pain to sports persons wishing to enhance their training.For further information or to reserve a place please email: bodysculptpilates@gmail.com or Text Michelle on 0861011343

PILATES: Pilates Classes Starting Sept 2011: Body Sculpt pilates are running Beginners and improvers Pilates Classes in Edgeworthstown Community Center this Sept. Classes are run by a chartered physiotherapist and are limited to 12 people per class. Cost is 80 Euro for 6 Weeks + 1 week Free (7weeks). Starting:Wednesday 7th Sept 2011, 7pm Beginners Class, 8pm Improvers Class. Ideal for all levels of ability from Low back pain to sports persons wishing to enhance their training.For further information or to reserve a place please email: bodysculptpilates@gmail.com or Text Michelle on 0861011343

HERITAGE WEEK: As part of the National Heritage Week celebrations, Edgeworthstown Development Association Ltd unveiled three new heritage information plaques at St. John’s Church of Ireland, The Rectory, and The Manor. The unveiling took place on Monday 22nd August last commencing at St. John’s at 7.30pm. Mairead Ni Chonghaile, County Longford Heritage Officer, introduced the proceedings. Dr. Laura Noonan from Edgeworthstown gave a talk on St. John’s & this was followed by the unveiling of the plaque by Shirley Abbott daughter of the late Jack Stewart. The group then moved on to the Rectory where the Rev.Janet Catterall gave a talk on The Rectory and unveiled the plaque. Refreshments were provided in The Rectory by Mike & Liz Edwards who reside at the Rectory. The group then moved on to the Manor where Ann Donohoe, Chairperson of County Longford Historical Society, gave a talk on Edgeworthstown House and unveiled the plaque at the entrance to The Manor. Matt Farrell, Chairman of Edgeworthstown District Development Association closed the event and thanked all involved.