ARKLOW HERITAGE WALKS AND TRAILS
Below is a map of Arklow Heritage Walks & Trails. These walks involve continuous walking at a moderate pace and two of them are wheelchair accessible, the Kynoch’s Walk and the Town Walk. This map is published by the Arklow Heritage/Nature Walks Development Co. Ltd in association with Arklow Municipal Council.
Town Walk (Pink)
Glenart Walk (Green)
Love Lane Walk (Orange)
South Beach Walk (Red)
The Monument (White)
IRELAND’S BEST YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR
Your Local Enterprise Office LEO is searching for Irelands best young entrepreneurs.
If you are aged between 18-35 and either have a business idea or have already started a business, enter #IBYE today for your chance to win a share of the €50,000 county investement fund.
1. Best Business Idea
2. Best Start up Business
3. Best Established Business
Entering is simple and free. Apply online today at www.ibye.ie or www.localenterprise.ie.
The closing date to enter is Friday, October 14th 2016.
BLUEPRINT FACEBOOK COMPETITION
Chamber Member, Blueprint, who recently won the Service Excellence Award at the Chamber Ball on 16th September are currently running a Facebook competition for a €500 printing voucher which can used for business, club, charity, school. To enter visit their Facebook page and Like & Comment on their competition post. When their facebook reaches 2016 likes a winner will be selected at random
THE WAY WE WERE EXHIBITION
Arklows history is being kept in the hearts and minds of the community as local woman Mary Whelan opened the 2016 The Way We Were exhibition. It features the local schools, the pottery, the harbour and various music groups and clubs. The Way We Were runs until Friday October 14 and is open Monday to Saturday from 10am – 5pm at 29 Main Street across from Christys.
ARKLOW HARVEST FESTIVAL
This ecumenical service is open to people of all religious traditions and none.
ARKLOW YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH WEEK MONDAY 10TH – FRIDAY 14TH OCTOBER
The opening ceremony will take place on Monday 10th at 11am in the Arklow Bay Hotel and feature a number of guest speakers and presentations from all secondary schools and Youthreach as well as a talk from the newly formed youth mental health subgroup in association with the coutrywide BeWell programme.