DAY 1 5:30 a.m. W Shot Put Heptathlon 5:35 a.m. M 400 Metres Hurdles Heats 5:40 a.m. M Pole Vault Qualification 6:10 a.m. W Triple Jump Qualification 6:20 a.m. M 100 Metres Heats 7:05 a.m. W Shot Put Final 7:15 a.m. W 200 Metres Heptathlon 7:50 a.m. M 10,000 Metres Final MORNING SESSION 6:35 p.m. (AUG 21) M Marathon Final 8:00 p.m. (AUG 21) W 100 Metres Hurdles Heptathlon 8:30 p.m. (AUG 21) M Hammer Throw Qualification Group A 9:10 p.m. (AUG 21) W Shot Put Qualification 9:20 p.m. (AUG 21) W High Jump Heptathlon 9:25 p.m. (AUG 21) M 3000 Metres Steeplechase Heats 9:55 p.m. (AUG 21) M Hammer Throw Qualification Group B 10:15 p.m. (AUG 21) W 1500 Metres Heats 10:50 p.m. (AUG 21) M 800 Metres Heats 11:40 p.m. (AUG 21) M 100 Metres Preliminary Round AFTERNOON SESSION
Cattle farmers along the Berbice River and in the intermediate savannahs are to benefit from the acquisition of a cattle barge to be procured by the Guyana Livestock Development Authority (GLDA).According to Deputy Chief Executive Officer (DCEO) of the GLDA, Dr Dwight Walrond, the barge for which tenders are currently being invited, will bring relief to the livestock authority and private livestock farmers alike.“When you look at the cost to transport one animal to the station or from the station to the road, I think this barge would assist us greatly (and) the farmers in the Berbice River and the intermediate savannahs, those livestock farmers to be specific,” Waldron said.The acquisition of the barge, which is being tendered for currently, is part of the GLDA’s budgeted $50 million capital programme for the current year. The DCEO told the Government Information Agency (GINA) that “This is in keeping with the revamping of the Ebini Research Station which begun last year.”As part of the GLDA’s efforts to revamp the Ebini Research Station, major works started last year with the guest houses being rehabilitated. Other works are also being done “We are focusing on pasture and other capital works and corrals for the pens for the cattle areas,” Waldrond said.The capital works include the acquisition of a bus equipped to aid in the Livestock Development Authority’s extension services to farmers.“Farmers would have complained in the past, and even with our own internal evaluation we realised the quality of service we were putting out there to farmers as extension is not one we were proud of. As such, we made a pitch to have a bus that is equipped fully to assist us with our extension. This bus is equipped with a projector, DVD player and generator so we can be out there with the farmers, use the farmer field school method and actually show (video) clips of what other farmers are doing whether within Guyana or in other countries,” Walrond explained.Walrond added that “Another one of the capital projects is the construction of a quarantine outpost. We have to strengthen our surveillance system so that will help us monitor animals and animal products moving in and out of Guyana.”The Authority has benefited from collaboration with the Pan-American Health Organisation, the Food and Agriculture Organisation and Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture for training and facilitating certain processes.
It was another improved performance from Lionel Scaloni’s team who have grown into this tournament since beginning with a 2-0 defeat to Colombia and a 1-1 draw with Paraguay.They are bidding to end a 26-year wait for a major international trophy.“We’re Argentina and when there are knock-out matches, it makes us strong,” said Sergio Aguero, who had a hand in both goals.“It won’t be easy in any way (against Brazil) but we’re Argentina and we’ll try to do justice to the jersey.”– Fast start –Argentina started like a team determined to claim the prize at stake: a semi-final against their great rivals Brazil.Martinez played in Aguero in the inside right channel after just three minutes but the Manchester City forward’s low cross-shot was blocked by goalkeeper Farinez’s foot.Argentina should have gone in front when German Pezzella ran unmarked onto a flick-on at the back post but he seemed surprised and couldn’t react in time with the goal gaping.There was constant pressure on the Venezuelan backline as Argentina won a succession of corners.They had 80 percent of possession in the first 10 minutes and sure enough, Venezuela cracked.Aguero’s angled shot was heading well off target as it skidded into a crowd of players, but Martinez instinctively flicked it between his legs, nutmegging an unsighted Farinez.It was the least Argentina deserved after such a furious start but gradually Venezuela started to settle and get a foothold in the match.“We struggled to get a foothold in the match and by the time we got going, we were already behind and facing an uphill battle,” complained Venezuela coach Rafael Dudamel.“Undoubtedly when looking back (on the tournament) we’ll have a lot more positives than negatives,” he added.Chances were few and far between but Pezzella got up well to meet a Lionel Messi free-kick, only to head well over the top.Defenders were proving the most dangerous players on the pitch and Jhon Chancellor rose highest to head over from a corner at the other end.In first half injury time, Martinez almost had a second put on a plate for him by Marcus Acuna, but Roberto Rosales whisked it off his toe at the back post, four yards from goal as Argentina finished the half with another burst of attacking intent.– Farinez blunder –Argentina made another fast start to the second half with Farinez having to punch away a wicked inswinging free-kick from Leandro Paredes, whose slide-rule pass then sent Martinez scampering into the box only to lash his shot against the outside of the post.Aguero bundled through a number of flimsy challenges but overran the ball and Farinez gathered.In Darwin Machis, Venezuela had a left winger with the beating of his marker Juan Foyth but the ‘Vinotinto’ (‘Red wine’) were unable to get him into the game.And when they did, Foyth twice got away with robust challenges on the speedy forward inside the box.The chance Venezuela had been waiting for came on 71 minutes when Tomas Rincon picked out Ronald Hernandez eight yards from goal at an angle, but he rushed his pushed volley and goalkeeper Franco Armani made a smart save.The game was up three minutes later when Farinez spilled a shot from Aguero that was straight at him, presenting Lo Celso, who had cleverly followed the action from midfield, with a simple tap-in just six minutes after entering the fray.Even as Venezuela pushed desperately looking for something, Argentina came closer to scoring again a couple of times through substitute Angel Di Maria, earning his 100th cap.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Lautaro Martinez celebrates scoring the opening goal that set Argentina on their way to a quarter-final victory over Venezuela © AFP / Carl DE SOUZARIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil, Jun 28 – Argentina set up a mouth-watering Copa America semi-final against hosts Brazil as goals from Lautaro Martinez and Giovani Lo Celso secured a 2-0 quarter-final victory over Venezuela on Friday.Martinez gave Argentina a 10th minute lead with a clever back flick between his legs and substitute Lo Celso secured the victory 16 minutes from time, pouncing on a mistake by Venezuela’s goalkeeper Wuilker Farinez at Rio de Janeiro’s Maracana stadium.
Here’s one you don’t see every day.Players usually recite the same old spiel when asked about transfer rumours, but not Barcelona’s Dani Alves.The Brazil defender has recently been linked with a move to French champions Paris Saint-Germain, but, instead of the usual ‘I’m just focussing on the football’ nonsense, he treated press to a beautiful rendition of…something, when asked out the reports.Check out the clip above!
The Mocklers’ team on their last staff partyMOCKLERS’ Tearoom in Kilcar is to close on Christmas Eve, its owners have announced.Sisters Caroline and Sandra Mockler moved their business from Killybegs a couple of years ago.They had a last staff party this week after 12 years in business. “After a lot of talking and tears both myself and Sandra have made the very difficult decision to close our doors for business at Mocklers Tearoom and Mocklers Cakes n Bakes,” said Caroline.“Believe me this decision was not made lightly, and hopefully will put and end to all the rumours that have been circulating for the past year, which were mostly untrue. We will close on December 24th at 2pm.She added in a Facebook post: “We would like to sincerely thank all our loyal customers who have supported us over the past 12 years in both Kilcar and Killybegs.“It was our pleasure to have met and served some amazing people.And of course we couldn’t have done it without some great staff who have helped us through the years, you know who you are Thank you.Wishing you all a Very Happy Christmas and Prosperous New Year.Caroline, Sandra and JENNIE (who has stuck with us through thick and thin, thank you).” KILCAR TEA ROOMS TO CLOSE FOR LAST TIME ON CHRISTMAS EVE was last modified: November 25th, 2015 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Donegal DailyMocklers
FOOTBALL Special drinks maker McDaids have a limited edition fizzy drink – featuring Donegal’s senior players.Now you can order a McLoone, a Lacey or a Walsh.Just be careful however when you ask for a Murphy’s! COUNTDOWN TO CROKER: FOOTBALL SPECIAL UNVEIL NEW ALL-IRELAND LINE-UP was last modified: September 19th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:all-irelanddonegalFootball Special
RaphoeRAPHOE NOTES: Raphoe Family Resource Centre:Sincere Thanks The Family Resource Centre would like to take this opportunity to extend its sincere thanks to Cllr Frank McBrearty, Cllr Liam Doherty and Cllr Gary Doherty for their recent generous contributions from the Members Development Fund Allocation. Your continued support is very much appreciated.Date for your diaryThe Family Resource Centre will this year again host ASIST training on Wednesday 4th & Thursday 5th May. ASIST is suitable for all kinds of caregivers-volunteers, people responding to family, friends and co-workers and professionals. The 2-day workshop trains participants to reduce the immediate risk of suicide and increase the support for a person at risk. It provides opportunities to learn what a person at risk may need from others in order to keep safe and get more help. This is an updated ASIST and those who have completed the training 2 or more years ago are encouraged to attend again. Contact the Family Resource Centre on 074-9145796 or 087-3641503 to book a place or Sarah Meehan, ASIST Coordinator for Donegal on 071-9852000/086-0421040 or firstname.lastname@example.orgAnother date for your diary Raphoe Annual 5k road race hosted by Raphoe Family Resource Centre in association with Lifford/Strabane A.C. will this year take place at 7.30pm on Tuesday 5th July. Raphoe 5k is one of the races in Donegal Athletics Board Grand Prix Programme. Last year’s race which was kindly sponsored by Coyle’s Centra Raphoe was won by Ivan Toner in a time of 16:35. The first woman home was Sarah Kivlehan in a time of 19:37.Katharine Howard FoundationGood News! For the 3rd year in succession the nine Family Resource Centres in Donegal have been awarded funding from the Katharine Howard Foundation to host activities for babies and toddlers. In previous years Raphoe Family Resource Centre would have organised activities such as Tiny Tunes, Messy Play, Paediatric First Aid, Sleep Hygiene and Baby Massage. Planning is now taking place for this year’s activities so please watch our Facebook Page for further details.Statement of Guiding Principles for FundraisingIn early 2015 Raphoe Family Resource Centre began its journey of committing to complying with the Statement of Guiding Principles for Fundraising, which we are now delighted to announce has been completed and we are listed as “having formally committed to complying with the Statement of Guiding Principles for Fundraising.” For more information on how your charity can sign up to the Statement of Guiding Principles for Fundraising please visit www.ictr.ie Drop-in TuesdaysDrop-in Tuesdays have now commenced in the Family Resource Centre in the Volt House on Tuesdays from 10.30-11.30am. The Drop-in provides the opportunity for members of the community to call in for a cup of tea and a chat. Local and daily papers will be available so you can catch up on local, national and international news. The Drop-in is free so why not come along and join us?Donegal Youth Service Community Employment ProjectA vacancy is soon to arise for Youth Worker with Raphoe Family Resource Centre. Hours are 19.5 hours per week. Applicants must be eligible for DSP Community Employment (terms and conditions apply). Contact your local DSP Office. For further details or application form contact: Lee Stephenson 074 – 91 29630 or send C.V. (with PPS Number and Date of Birth) to Lee Stephenson, CE Supervisor, Donegal Youth Service, 16-18 Port Road, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal or email email@example.com or call in to Raphoe Family Resource Centre inThe Volt House. 50-50 Bonus BallThe winner of our weekly 50 / 50 Bonus ball was Marie Porter, winning number 34.To enter the next Bonus Ball Draw please call into the Family Resource Centre in The Volt House before Saturday of each week. Good luck!Seniors Alert SchemeThe objective of the Seniors Alert Scheme is to encourage community support for vulnerable older people in our communities through the provision of personal monitored alarms to enable older persons of limited means to continue to live securely in their homes with confidence, independence and peace of mind.Funding is available under the scheme towards the purchase of equipment by a registered organisation i.e. personal alarm and/or pendant. The associated monitoring and service charges must be paid by the participant.A person will be eligible if he or she is:• Aged 65 years or older; and• Of limited means or resources; and• Living alone, living with another person who meets the eligibility criteria; and• Resides within geographical area of the relevant registered organisation; and• Able to benefit from the equipment supplied; and• Are prepared to maintain contact with the registered organisation.Raphoe Family Resource Centre has now taken over the administration of the Scheme.Therefore, if you or anyone you know are eligible for the scheme please do not hesitate to contact Laura at Raphoe Family Resource Centre on (074)9145796 or 0873641503 or alternatively call into our office located on the second floor of The Volt House, Raphoe.Raphoe Boxing ClubRaphoe’s Ulster Boxing Champions Liam Crawford and Liam McMonagle were at the National Schoolboy Championships in Dublin last week and both boxers lost out at the quarter-final stages on this their first visit to the Nation Boxing Stadium. Well done boys and keep up all the hard work.On Sunday last the North West Zones Championships were staged in Dungloe and the Raphoe Club was represented by Oran Devine and Thomas Doherty. Oran lost out in the final to Carndonagh’s Oisin Devlin and Thomas made it through to next week’s Ulster Finals in Carrickmore, Co. Tyrone. Well done to both boxers.Raphoe Bridge ClubRaphoe Bridge Club Snodgrass Cup Results for Thursday 7th April 2016;- 1. J Clear & Pat McLoone, 2. Declan Gallagher & Maeve Costello, 3. S Coll & Grace Gallagher, 4. D Walsh & A Stewart.Whitecross Vintage Association – Ferguson World Record Re-Match 2016Whitecross Vintage Association will hold the Ferguson World Re-Match in Carrigans, Co. Donegal from the 16th – 18th September 2016 on lands kindly made available by the Mc Erlean Family.The Ferguson World Re-Match has 3 record TargetsTo beat the 2014 record set at 726 tractorsTo have the World’s largest Massy Ferguson Logo made with Ferguson tractorsTo achieve the most number of Ferguson 135 tractors working at one time in one field.Proceeds from the event will be shared by the following charities: Sean O’Hare Unit, Stroke & Medical Rehab Unit, Donegal Hospice, Ballytrim House, Raphoe, Our Lady’s Hospital for Sick Children, Crumlin, Alzheimer’s Association, Motor Neurone Disease Association and the Foyle Hospice.In this the 70th Anniversary of the TE20 Ferguson we are delighted to welcome Harry Ferguson’s Granddaughter, also in attendance will be the Harry Ferguson Memorial Band. Demonstrations will include motor accident rescue methods by a fire service, farm machinery safety and other services of interest.The event will be covered by TV, press coverage and event DVD sales. Social events are planned for Friday Saturday and Sunday nights. For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.orgPlease note that items for the Raphoe Notes should be placed in the box provided in the Post Office on or before 12 noon on Fridays. Items can also be emailed to email@example.com or handed in to the Family Resource Centre, The Volt House. Items should be submitted at least one week in advance of publication of local press.DD COMMUNITY: RAPHOE SAYS THANKS TO LOCAL COUNCILLORS was last modified: April 8th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:cashCOUNTY COUNCILLORSdonegalRaphoe
Silva has penned a three-year deal with the Goodison Park club Marco Silva has been appointed Evertons new manager, the Premier League club have confirmed.Silva has penned a three-year deal with the Merseyside club and succeeds Sam Allardyce, who was sacked by the Toffees following the end of the Premier League season.Evertons new director of football Marcel Brands, hired earlier this month, is said to have been involved in the decision to hire Silva, while the clubs majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri has been keen on the Portuguese, 40, since last year.Moshiri originally wanted Silva to replace Ronaldo Koeman before the appointment of Allardyce, but Watford rejected an approach from the Goodison Park club for their recently-appointed head coach.A few weeks later Watford sacked Silva, but he is now back in the Premier League.Im really proud to be the new Everton manager, Silva told the official club website. Im excited and Im really happy to take this big challenge for us as a club and for me as a manager.I want to express my thanks to Farhad, to the Chairman, to the Board of Directors and to Marcel as well for the confidence in my work. I know the huge history of Everton as a club and what the fans expect. Im sure with everybody working together I will be ready for this challenge.We have a lot of work to do in this next month and it is important to prepare everything in the right way. But there will be even more important work to do from the start of pre-season into the first Premier League match of next season.I know what our fans expect – they expect results but not only results. I want our fans to be proud when they see our team on the pitch. I want them to feel that we are committed, that we are working hard and enjoying our football because that is important as well.We want to build a great connection between the squad and the fans, and Im sure that with our attitude and demands of commitment then our style of play will see that, I believe.Everton is a really ambitious club and that is what I want. What we are seeing now are good changes at the Club. The Club is changing its approach. But one thing we cannot change and nobody wants to change is the huge history and ambition of the Club.Everybody knows Evertons history. When you are a club like Everton, you only have one solution – to aim to win. In football it is impossible to win every match but we must do everything to show in every game that we have ambition. That is what I want and Im sure we will show that every single week.Major shareholder Farhad Moshiri said: I am really pleased to extend a warm Everton welcome to our new manager, Marco Silva. As Marcel has pointed out, Marco is a young, dynamic, energetic and very modern manager whose dedication to his job and demanding approach will help us, I believe, to move forward in a confident, purposeful way to where we want to be as a Club. His abilities are underpinned by a strong footballing philosophy, a fierce work ethic and his enthusiasm in embracing Everton, our values and our ambitions has hugely impressed me, as I hope it will each and every Evertonian.Chairman Bill Kenwright said: It is a pleasure to welcome Marco Silva as our new manager. As the posters outside Goodison have proclaimed for many years, DNA is important to Everton and Evertonians. Its what they instinctively search out In Marco and Marcel we welcome a pair of sportsmen whose statements of intent have already shown that they embrace that special quality that Evertonians look for and with Farhads vigorous patronage we are looking forward to the three Ms, Marco Marcel and Moshiri, help take the Blues back to their rightful position among footballs elite. 1
And that was it. The band broke up, with Sissoko already gone, Javier Mascherano followed Alonso to Spain a year later, leaving Gerrard to go solo.After five years at Real, Alonso made a surprise move to Bayern Munich in 2014 before calling it a day three years later.“One of the best midfielders I’ve ever seen in my life,” Pep Guardiola called him. And he’s seen a few. 4 “Woah, woah, woah. We’ve got the best midfield in the world. We’ve got Xabi Alonso, Momo Sissoko, Gerrard and Mascherano!”That was how Liverpool fans let opponents know the strength they had in midfield. Alonso won the Champions League in his first season at Liverpool At the heart of it was Alonso, the £10.5million arrival from Real Sociedad in 2004. Real Madrid had wanted him, but it was Liverpool he opted for and it took Steven Gerrard just 20 minutes of his first training session to see the sort of player manager Rafa Benitez had bought.“Top signing. Pure class, touch, vision, the creative works,” he thought to himself, not to mention tough. It was clear he would have no problem adapting to English football.The man could also score goals, too.His impact was immediate. Two months after his debut in August, Alonso had fans jumping for joy when he came on during a match against Fulham.The Reds were 2-0 down and hadn’t shown up until Alonso was introduced. He won the game for Liverpool and that’s not an exaggeration. His creativity, eagerness as well as his goal, helped the Reds take all three points in a 4-2 win. 4 Alonso also won the FA Cup during his time on Merseyside before leaving for Real Madrid in a £30m transfer in 2009.Kopites were devastated, but it would have happened sooner if Juventus and Arsenal had been willing to stump up £18m a year earlier.In 2008 Benitez wanted Gareth Barry, but needed funds to bring him to Anfield and Alonso’s sale was the way to do it. When word of the manager’s evil plan to sell their star player got out, fans used a pre-season friendly against Lazio to voice their dissent and directed a chant towards Benitez telling him where he could stick Barry.“I was ready to leave, because the manager wanted me to leave,” Alonso told Simon Hughes in the book, Ring of Fire. A move never materialised anyway.It was different a year later. “I went to Rafa: ‘OK, a year ago you wanted me to leave and I accepted it. Now I want to leave.’ In the end, there was an agreement but it was not easy because he wanted me to stay by that point.” Alonso was lauded for his passing 4 It was a fantastic first season that ended with the ‘Miracle of Istanbul’ as the club beat Milan in the Champions League final. “Those European nights at Anfield were incredible,” he told liverpoolfc.com.“When I think of Xabi, my mind goes back to the first training session he had at Melwood in August 2004,” Jamie Carragher said in 2017 when his former team-mate announced he was retiring.“The same word always leaps out: wow! Rafa Benitez had talked him up before he arrived and immediately you understood.“It was the pace he put on a pass and the expert way he delivered a ball that showed him to be a top player. In one of his first games against Norwich, I had never seen a display of passing like it. You knew as a defender if you gave him the ball, it was in the safest hands.” 4 Alonso scored 19 times in 219 games for Liverpool Real Madrid paid Liverpool £30m for Alonso in 2009 Getty
A brand new food & drink festival, Bia Bundoran, is set to take place in the seaside town of Bundoran from Friday September 20th to Sunday September 22nd 2019. Announced last January as part of the new season for Discover Bundoran, the food & drink festival will celebrate and showcase the wide and varied range of food and drink available in the town. The festival will form part of the national offering from Failte Ireland’s “Taste The Island” initiative.Many of the Bundoran food providers will present special offers and discounts on their menus or dishes, while others will host special events across the weekend to highlight the fact that diners need not wander too far in search of tasty cuisine. Events include wine tasting at Fitzgerald’s Bistro, a food and foto tour whereby participants can learn how to take better photos of their food for social media, a gin master class with an expert from the Sliabh Liag distillery, a tour of the community garden to learn what grows in Bundoran and a family friendly foraging talk with Forager Fred. Download a copy of the brochure here.Declan Madden, Laura Hardaker, Aine McIntyre, Sinead Fox and Megan Gallagher who are all taking part in the new Bia Bundoran Food & Drink FestivalBundoran Tourism Officer Shane Smyth who is coordinating the event said ‘there’s a huge demand for food events and it’s been something that has been missing from the Calendar of Events for some time now. We have been delighted with the enthusiasm shown by the various food providers in Bundoran who have embraced the need for this type of event. We are blessed with so many food and drink offerings in the town from home grown and home baked goods to specialised coffee shops and quirky cafes that offer a wonderful choice to residents and visitors alike. We look forward to seeing everyone for our first Bia Bundoran weekend this September.’The weekend will also see the launch of the limited edition Roguey Pale Ale from Ballyshannon based Donegal Brewing Company named after the popular bracing cliffside walk in Bundoran. It captures the refreshment you feel as you stroll this stunning headland with its breathtaking views of Donegal Bay on the Wild Atlantic Way.Bundoran Tourism Officer Shane Smyth with Brendan O’Reilly of the Donegal Brewing CompanyBrendan O’Reilly of Donegal Brewing Company in Ballyshannon, brewers of the Roguey Pale Ale, said ‘we’ve been working with Discover Bundoran for the past number of months on a beer that is unique to the town and that we could launch as part of the new Bia Bundoran Food & Drink festival. ‘We’re delighted to have come up with a pale ale named after one of the most famous walks in the county. It will be available as a limited edition for the weekend of Bia Bundoran in various outstle across Bundoran in bottle and on tap.’“The Birth of Roguey Pale Ale” – Beer Tasting & Brewery TourShane Smyth added ‘we are absolutely thrilled to have a new Bundoran beer exclusive to the festival – one that will celebrate the uniqueness of the locality and of course the warm welcome that awaits you here! I’d like to thank Brendan and the team at Donegal Brewing Company for their cooperation in making this happen. There’s lots of different food and drink-related events across the weekend and we’re delighted that so many of the food trade in town have come on board for the very first Bia Bundoran.”Many of the events require pre-booking and information on these can be found on the website www.discoverbundoran.com/bia where a copy of the festival programme can also be downloaded. Information will also be available in all participating venues. Bundoran’s new food & drink festival has a jam-packed schedule… and a beer exclusive! was last modified: September 15th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:bundorandiscover bundoraneventsFood festivalWhat’s on?