LISTEN: News Roundup May 16, 2019 – I Love Limerick Podcast Episode 1

I Love Limerick Podcast Episode 1

I Love Limerick Podcast Episode 1 focuses on local news and events in Limerick. Darkness into Light Limerick 2019 was one the events spoken about on this week’s episode. Picture: Orla McLaughlin/ilovelimerick 2019. All Rights Reserved.

LISTEN: News Roundup May 16, 2019 – I Love Limerick Podcast: Episode 1

Conor Owens and Orla McLaughlin look at this week’s Local Business, Events, Sports, Arts and Entertainment news around Limerick.

Produced by Chloe Reidy, Kiera Ryan and Claire O’Dowd.

Discussed in the opening episode of I Love Limerick’s Podcast show, were the recent events that the I Love Limerick crew attended last week, such as the Mental Health events hosted by EmployAbility Limerick, the exhibitions held by students from Limerick School of Art and Design and of course Darkness into Light Limerick  2019.

Also discussed were other news stories in Limerick, such as the announcement from Shannon Heritage about the rejuvenation of Bunratty Castle & Folk Park and Niall Horan, and Jamie Dornan, joining the list of celebrities attending the JP McManus Pro-Am 2020.

Upcoming events in Limerick next week were also spoken about, such as iNFocus, a mixed media showcase hosted by Limerick College of Further Education, a public history talk in aid of St. Michael’s N.S. Building Fund and a 5km walk held by Ballyhoura Country Active Series in Kilmallock. 

For more information on all these local businesses, sports and education events discussed in the podcast, listen above now. 

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Limerick was out in force to take aim at mental illness as the Pieta House Darkness into Light Limerick 2019 walk drew thousands to Limerick city this weekend. It is reported that over 10,000 took part in the annual fundraiser for Pieta House. Darkness into Light walks took place all over the country, as thousands began walking in the middle of the night and finish the walk as dawn is breaking. Over 100,000 people across 80 locations in Ireland and abroad took part in the annual walk last year, raising vital funds for the charity.

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