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    efforts in the business community of Cashel and surrounding area Last year s worthy winner Henry Clifden Browne of Crozier Blue Cheese was recognised for his company s success in Ireland and overseas On accepting the award a bespoke piece of pottery by Rossa Pottery Mr Clifden Browne said that the award meant a lot to him and his company particularly since it was given from a local perspective This year s Awards Subcommittee Chair Mrs Sandra Hennessy of Cashel based Dynamic Web Marketing said that the awards this year couldn t have come at a better time as local businesses still struggle to survive in these challenging times Mrs Hennessy a business owner herself believes that anything which gives businesses a boost including the increased recognition the awards will generate for the finalists and winner can only be a positive thing Additionally the awards presentation dinner will be held in the welcoming surrounds of the Cashel Palace Hotel and will give local businesses a rare chance to take time out to network in a social setting The Chamber is calling for nominations from local businesses within a 10 mile radius of Cashel town Businesses are encouraged to enter the competition whether they are a small start up or sole trader a retailer a local service company such as a hotel or restaurant or bar or a large multi national organisation Mrs Hennessy said that Community organisations who do good things for Cashel would also be considered it really is broad and is all about recognising outstanding achievements which are at the end of the day good for Cashel This year the public will be invited to participate in the selection of the winner through the Chamber s specially created Facebook page Three Finalists will be selected by the committee

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    Form Location Find out what s on this month Fashion show displays Cashel s positive side Article Added 09 10 2011 Published The Nationalist on Sunday 9 October 2011 09 41 The Cashel Palace Hotel was the scene for South Tipperary Positive Ageing Committees first Fashion Show on September 26 The show was organised as part of a week long series of events do highlight positive ageing The event was coordinated to an impressive standard by June Moloney and attracted over 100 people for a bit of glitz and glamour Chair of the committee Richard Long said that he purpose of the week is to show that ageing is not something to fear but something to celebrate The central aim of Positive Ageing week is to dispel the many negative perceptions that surround ageing and to transform attitudes towards ageing and older people We need to celebrate the fact that we are living longer and that ageing is not a burden but an opportunity The week is supported and sponsored by Age Action Ireland ESB Electric Ireland and South Tipperary County Council The elegant models on the evening included the Tipperary Rose Noreen Ryan Sr Mary Walsh Una O Donoghue Geraldine McGan Mary Frances Griffen Cllr Maribel Woods Ann Conolly Joan Ryan Deputy Mattie McGrath Cllr Michael Fitzgerald Philly Ryan Richard Long Paul Monks Kenny Ryan and Tony and they all added to the nights atmosphere and success The models showcased designs from local stores Daverns O Dwyers Golden Threads The Kilkenny Shop and Noel Fahy Shoes Music on the night was provided by Stefan Grace and DJ Chris Corstin Indeed the Fashion Show will be the talk of the town for weeks to come The whole night was an astounding success and the committee would like to thank all

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    which was only opened by Topaz four months ago has won a leading international retailer award The Cashel site at Junction 8 on the M8 was awarded the Insight NACS 2011 International Convenience Retailer of the Year Award at a gala ceremony in London last week attended by delegates from 20 countries NACS is the Association for Convenience and Fuel Retailers and represents retailers and suppliers worldwide The award is seen as particularly significant because of the quality of those competing and the fact it is voted on by suppliers and industry peers Topaz beat off stiff competition from a short list which included Morrisons M local from the UK LS travel retail from France and Shell 7 Eleven from Norway Topaz the fully Irish owned and managed company only came into existence as a brand in February 2008 The Cashel site is the first of up to 15 motorway sites which the Company plans to build close to the motorway network Services on offer at the site include a hot food buffet and café children s play area wi fi internet access toilets and showers The site also has a McDonald s restaurant which is also a first motorway location for that company Eddie O Brien Chief Executive of Topaz said the award was a huge boost for the company generally and Cashel in particular This is an acknowledgement by our industry peers from across Europe that the range of services on offer at Cashel transform the customer experience This site is our template for future sites close to the motorway network and it is extremely encouraging that our first born has won such a prestigious award Our aim is to provide five star rest and refueling stops for motorists and winning this award re enforces our belief that

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    know where that cheese would take them I am sure at the time they did not think they would be inviting the Minister for Agriculture and Food Simon Coveney to open a 6 million facility which will allow the Grubb family to significantly increase production at the site The farmhouse cheese dairy and farm employs 25 local people and produces 250 tonnes of cheese per annum making it the largest farmhouse cheese producer in Ireland The new dairy will allow them to double production It is anticipated that production will grow to 320 tonnes by the end of 2012 New technology has been introduced to improve efficiencies in wrapping and turning of the family cheese and 50 of this new equipment was manufactured in Ireland but the traditional method of making the cheese remains the same Over 50 of the cheese is exported to the UK France Italy Germany and the USA Sarah told us at the launch that they had just sent some samples to Beijing in the hope of expanding to that market Louis Grubb welcomed us all to Beechmont Farm near Fethard with a history of the cheese and the decision to expand by building the new facility He thanked his daughter Sarah and her husband Sergio Furno for their help in applying for the grant to Enterprise Ireland which was submitted at literally one minute to six on the last day of applications for such a grant according to Louis Sarah and Sergio knew that their facilities at the time of the application would not be large enough to meet the demands for Cashel Blue and Sarah was concerned that the hard work of her parents would be lost to competition from other markets such as England if they did not expand Cashel Blue is a unique recipe as it was the first softer style of blue cheese to be made in either Britain or Ireland and they have set the standard for this style of cheese as they frequently win Gold in the Modern British Blue s competitions Sarah then spoke fondly of the hard work and long days involved in the initial set up of the business and how Jane referred to the cheese as my blue Sarah also spoke about going to Fethard Country Market as a young girl selling the cheese and the community that comes with the market and food producers John McKenna from The Bridgestone Guide fist visited the farm in 1989 and was hugely impressed with the cheese and the process of making it He commented on the fact that the cheese is still made in that same way today and how we could all see the cows that produced the milk or as he called it magic liquid for the cheese which is something he said you would not see in any other country in the world as most food processing facilities are many miles away from their farms John spoke warmly of the Grubb family and how

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    Marketing Education Industry Multinationals Local Tidy Towns Tidy Towns Committee Contact Us Contact Form Location Find out what s on this month Annual Honey Show Article Added 16 09 2011 Published Tipperary Star on Friday 16 September 2011 14 23 South Tipperary Beekeepers Association is holding its annual Honey Show on Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th September next at the Central Technical Institute Clonmel The show is open to the public on Sunday 25th from 2p m to 4p m As always the feature events are the show classes There are a wide variety of classes for all you beekeepers and non beekeepers alike such as honey wax and wax products cakes and sweets mead and wine and photography There are 40 classes in all so don t be shy details of these classes can be found on our website www southtippbees com Demonstrations will be given by Denis Ryan on beeswax candle making and Jim Power on preparation of honey for show The ICA will host a craft exhibition and card sale There will be a junior art competition for primary school students This event could not go ahead without the continued support of our sponsors the organisors and

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    Photography Solicitors Archaeology Garden and Landscaping Financial Accountants and Auditors Chamber Of Commerce Printers Public Services Postage and Delivery IT Services and Support Health and Fitness Opticians Marketing Education Industry Multinationals Local Tidy Towns Tidy Towns Committee Contact Us Contact Form Location Find out what s on this month Cashel lift first John Hickey Memorial Cup Article Added 16 09 2011 Published The Nationalist on Friday 16 September 2011 14 46 The John Hickey Memorial Cup was played at Dualla community field over two weekends recently Two semi finals were held on July 31 and the third and fourth place playoff and the final on August 7 The four teams were involved in the Dualla FC Cashel Town B Redmondstown FC and Clerihan FC The final was contested between Cashel Town B and Redmondstown with Cashel town B winning the match 2 0 The winning Captain was William Fitzelle and he lifted the first annual John Hickey Memorial Cup A total of 1 136 was raised for two charities as a result of the matches The South Tipperary Hospice and C A R E Cancer Centre Clonmel A big thank you to all those who supported Organisers including family and

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    Local Tidy Towns Tidy Towns Committee Contact Us Contact Form Location Find out what s on this month From California to Cashel Article Added 16 09 2011 From California to Cashel O Carolan is coming to town Published The Nationalist on Saturday 10 September 2011 11 23 There will be a special fundraising night of musical theatre at Brú Boru Theatre at 8pm on Saturday October 1 The popular Cashel venue will play host to Patrick Ball s show O Carolan s Farewell to Music Seán Laffey the Castlelake based editor of Irish Music Magazine told us he had been trying to get the Patrick Ball show for Cashel over the past few years When we asked what we are to expect he said think of it like the Tom Crean show with music Patrick Ball gives a very funny and often moving monologue about the life and times of the famous blind Irish harper in fact his only other Irish performance of the show this year will be in Nobber County Meath the birthplace of O Carolan Seán says when he heard that Partick Ball was over for the Nobber celebrations he immediately contacted Cashel Arts Fest I thought this is a must show for Cashel it has everything it s a wonderful piece of theatre and great music too full of laughs and one hundred percent believable California based Patrick Ball is one of the premier Celtic harp players in the world and a captivating spoken word artist He has sold over a half a million albums to date and his stage show is constantly in demand in the US In playing the ancient legendary brass strung harp of Ireland with its crystalline bell like voice and in performing marvellous tales of wit and enchantment he not only

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    The Nationalist on Wednesday 14 September 2011 14 14 Eamonn Wynne Tipperary may have lost the All Ireland Senior Hurling Final almost a fortnight ago but an amount of blue and gold bunting is still being displayed in support of the Minor Footballers the county s last remaining hope of winning an All Ireland title this year who take on Dublin in Sunday s final at Croke Park The team has already enjoyed a memorable year winning five matches and being crowned Munster champions Now manager David Power is looking for one last push on Sunday We need that extra 5 from everybody to have a good chance and hopefully we can get that out of the lads he says They re 11 4 outsiders against a Dublin side that s 11 4 on but they ve been the underdogs in most of their matches this year and have still managed to take the scalps of teams from such well known footballing strongholds as Kerry Cork Meath and Roscommon A journey that started in the humble surrounds of Fitzgerald Park Kilmallock on April 13 when they beat Limerick in the Munster quarter final has now reached the biggest stage of all as the Premier County goes in search of a rare All Ireland football success They lost to Dublin in the 1984 and 1955 Minor Finals and were beaten by Mayo in the 1935 decider Their one and only All Ireland Minor football title was won in 1934 when they were awarded the title after semi finalists Dublin and Tyrone were disqualified for illegalities believed to be fielding overage players That All Ireland wasn t won on the field of play so 77 years later the current generation has a great chance to put the record straight Dublin are chasing

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