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Aunty invites you to become a part of her extended ‘ohana and make yourself at home at Aunty's Beach House.Maria Iredale, Chief Executive of Letchworth Arts Centre, told the BBC: "Employees from other local light industries have been in touch and we are working together to research their companies and show off their exhibits at the Festival."We've even got plans to bring a dustcart and a fire engine, both made in Letchworth, to the town on August 1.But so far no one has emerged from Marmet."We're hoping to put on quite a big display, so to have maybe ten or so different examples would be really nice" said Maria.MORE Brushing your pet thoroughly every day is ideal. It will keep his or her fur in good condition by removing dirt, spreading their natural oil throught the coat for shine.It helps in the prevention of matting, also will help to keep the skin free of irritation. Brushing at least once a week will help you to keep an eye out for potential cavities and periodontal disease. Call or Contact Us to schedule your pet's appointment. Adare originated as a settlement on the eastern side of the crossing point over the River Maigue some 16km from the Viking forged City of Limerick.
Historically a market town, in the Middle Ages, Adare was a major settlement with three monasteries and a castle.So please come back regularly to see new articles and recipes as I get round to them.Situated in the beautiful village of Adare, County Limerick arguably the prettiest village in Ireland, Aunty Lena’s was established in 1806 by the Chawke family, today it’s proprietor is Charlie Chawke, falling under his Chawke Pub Group umbrella of 9 quality establishments based in Limerick & Dublin. All galleries and links are provided by 3rd parties.Perambulators - or baby carriages as former Letchworth manufacturer Marmet preferred them to be called - are wanted for an industrial heritage festival to be held in the garden city in August this year.Adare in Irish is pronounced ‘Áth Dara’ which translates as “ford of oak”, as previously mentioned Adare is renowned as one of the prettiest villages in Ireland and it certainly lives up to this herald, the Irish Government even agree having given Adare the designation ‘Heritage Town’.