COUNTY FINAL OFFERS €7,000 IN CASH PRIZES This year’s National Enterprise Awards will take place in Dublin on Thursday, 25 May at The Mansion House, Dublin and Local Enterprise Office Tipperary is now organising the County Competition to identify Tipperary’s leading micro enterprises. The County Winner will go forward to represent Tipperary in the Regional


ABP Food Group has announced that it has been selected as part of a winning pan-European consortium to lead ground breaking food research. ABP Nenagh and Cahir announced that the consortium includes fifty partners spanning market-leading businesses, technology innovators, best-in-class research institutions and consumer facing organisations. The winning consortium was chosen by the European Institute


Nine year old Lucy Ryan from Monard on the Tipperary/Limerick border has raised a huge €2532.49 by doing a sponsored haircut to help support LauraLynn, Ireland’s only Children’s Hospice. “My twin brother JJ is a very special boy and I cut my hair to help raise money for special children like him,” said Lucy. “LauraLynn


200 new jobs are to be created in Clonmel by a pharmaceuticals company that’s taking over the former Suir Pharma site. IQ Pharmatek is to employ 100 people this year and a further 100 next year. Recruitment is due to start in the next month, with the first of the new positions expected to be



The Forge Players present the Two act play Sive by John B Keane at The Excel Centre Tipperary Town on Thursday the 26th January to Saturday the 28th January. Tickets on sale this Thursday Jan 5th at The Excel Box Office. Please support.


A Walk: Galtymore Horseshoe Registration up to 9am. Bus Departs 9.15am sharp Distance: 15km. Highest Point: Galtymore (919m) Height Gain: 1100m Walking Time: 5-6 hours This A Walk is for very experienced walkers, starting from Clydagh, via the Grassy Knoll and onto Galtymore, Galtybeg across over Lough Borheen to Glencushabinna and return to the pick


B Walk : Cush & Lake Diheen Registration up to 10am. Bus Departs 10.15am sharp Distance: 11km. Highest Point: 802m Height Gain: 800m Walking Time: 4-5 hours Starting from Clydagh follow the route up Cush, drop to the Col along the side of Galtybeg to the Lake Diheen, follow the stream from the Lake back


C Walk (1): The Dolmen Registration up to 11am. Distance: 12km Walking time: 4 hours Saturday’s C walk starts from the base of Aherlow House Hotel. This is a very lovely low level walk on Slievenamuck which makes its way to the historical and mythical bed of ‘Diarmuid & Gráinne’. Spectacular views of the Galtees

Welcome to Tipperary Agricultural and heritage Museum! Located in the aptly named beautiful village of Golden, situated halfway between the towns of Cashel and Tipperary in the heart of Mid-Munsterメs Golden Vale. Since Medieval times, one of the prime agricultural hinterlands in Ireland. Our Museum was created and maintained by Liam Maher and opened on

The highlands referred to are the Slievenamuck where the car park is situated with excellent views of the Galtee Mountains across the valley. Slievenamuck is said to be named after a great pig slain there by Fionn MacCumhaill. The area is also said to have been completely covered in oak woods through which roamed herds

The Tipperary Christian Fellowship is a small group that has met in the town for more than 20 years. Meetings are held every Sunday morning and are open to the public.

Spectacular scenery, top class amenities and a warm welcome await guests at the four-star, five-acre Glen of Aherlow Caravan & Camping Park. The park is located in Newtown, which is along the border between counties Tipperary and Limerick and located in the Glen of Aherlow, one of Ireland’s most picturesque valleys.ᅠSurrounded as it is by

If you’re in Tipperary Town and you’re feeling hungry or thirsty call to Kielys Bar and Restaurant on the Main Street, near the traffic lights. We have an extensive menu to suit all tastes at reasonable prices. Open daily from 10am, we serve food Monday to Saturday till 9pm with specials at lunch and evening

Kingston’s Shoes is a third generation family firm which has served its customers in Ireland and worldwide since 1946. Kingston’s Shoes understand the value of shoes for comfort, style and identity and we know that no two people are the same. Our mission is not to force the most fashionable shoe onto the customer but