Encourage Wildlife in Castletroy Park

first_imgLinkedin Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Advertisement LimerickNewsEncourage Wildlife in Castletroy ParkBy Alan Jacques – April 23, 2020 131 Print Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Facebookcenter_img Previous articleLimerick leans on its own to support local economyNext article103-year-old nun beats Covid-19 Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie Email WhatsApp Twitter TAGSCastletroyCastletroy ParkKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick PostSean Hartiganwildlife Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Sean Hartigan and Brian Leddin of the Green Party after being elected to Limerick City and County Council.Picture Brendan GleesonLIMERICK Council has been asked to improve the environment for wildlife in Castletroy Park to encourage birds and insects.According to Green Party councillor Seán Hartigan, Castletroy Town Park is an area with which could be easily managed for wildlife.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “By reducing the grass cutting regime, areas could be left for wildflowers to develop which would provide much needed habitat for bees and other pollinators many of which are in danger of extinction,” Cllr Hartigan claimed.“A small change to the grass cutting schedule in Castletroy Park to reduce the frequency of cutting would give wildlife a chance, especially around playing pitches and grass verges,” he added. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORlast_img read more


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first_imgVandemoortele buyVandemoortele has struck a deal to take over margarine and frying fats activities from Dutch company Van Dijk Food Products part of the EFS Group. “With this move, Vandemoortele is pursuing its strategy aimed at focusing on further growth of its two main activities namely margarine and frying fats on one side, and deep-freeze bakery products on the other side,” said CEO Jean Vandemoortele.Delice’s POS driveDelice de France is launching a new Bread of the Month promotion for independent shops, offering discounts on the new Tiger Demi Baguette, Tear & Share Bouchon (four Bouchon-sized rolls baked together), and Steak Roll during June and July. Stores will also get a point-of-sale pack to drive sales, including five tent cards, two wobblers and two A3 posters.Community workA community share offer, launched earlier this month, plans to raise £190,000-worth of funding for the Real Food Store, due to open in October at a 2,400sq ft, three-storey site in Exeter city centre and funded entirely with investment from the local community. A 300sq ft open bakery, leased to local company Emma’s Bread, will be a key feature of the new community-owned enterprise, supplying the shop and the café with bread, cakes and pastries.Retail display bookThe Shopfitting and Display Equipment Association has published the latest edition of its retail display directory, which contains 32 new specialist suppliers this year. There is also a section that analyses store interiors. The publishers are giving away a free copy to the first 50 BB readers who request one on 01883 348911 or email [email protected]last_img read more


Frenchman Sebastien Desabre starts work as Cranes coach

first_imgShare on: WhatsApp FUFA officials unveil new Cranes coach Desabre. PHOTO FUFA MEDIAKampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Frenchman Sebastien Desabre started his reign as new Cranes coach by visiting the national team’s training camp for the CHAN 2018 qualifiers.Uganda appointed  Desabre on Thursday as their new coach on a two-year deal to replace Milutin Sredojevic who resigned in July.“I am very happy to be in Uganda. I am more than ready to serve Uganda Cranes. My good experience in Africa will be very vital,” Desabre told the media at FUFA house.The 41-year-old Desabre, who has been coaching Egyptian league club Ismailia, was one of four names on a shortlist released by the Uganda Football Federation (FUFA) early this month to take over the vacant post. Desabre will be assisted by Ugandan Mathias Lule as assistant coach and Fred Kajoba as goalkeeping coach.The other candidates in the list formulated by a selection panel headed by Zambian football legend Kalusha Bwalya were Moses Basena, who has been serving as the team’s interim coach, Belgian Emilio Ferrera and Johnny McKinstry from Northern Ireland.Desabre, who has vast knowledge in African club football, but has never coached a national team, is due to start his new role when he leads Uganda to the fifth African Nations Championships (CHAN) finals starting in Morocco on January 12.Uganda are drawn in Pool B alongside Zambia, Ivory Coast and Namibia.A day earlier, he resigned as coach of Egyptian Premier League side Ismaily, an indication that he was going to be unveiled as Uganda Cranes new head coach .The unveiling ceremony was conducted by the FUFA Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Edgar Watson, flanked by the FUFA Executive Committee Member Hamid Juma, who represented the FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo (away on official duties) and Ronnie Kalema (FUFA Executive Committee member), FUFA Delegates and staff.Watson warmly welcomed the new coach to Uganda, saying “government was fully involved in the entire process. Desabre will supervise all the national development teams (U-23, U-20 and U-17) because FUFA’s philosophy is to build football from the grass-roots.”Desabre has previously been at Recreativo do Libolo in Angola, Esperance in Tunisia, Asec in Ivory Coast and Wydad in Morocco, which he left in January 2017.Former Cranes coach Micho and his then assistant Moses Basena. PHOTO FUFA MEDIASelection processBasena has been in charge of the Cranes in CHAN and World Cup qualifiers, including a stunning 1-0 win over Egypt, while McKinstry was in charge of Rwanda until last year.This final short list of coaches was sieved by a five-man technical team headed by former Zambia FA boss Kalusha Bwalya. Meanwhile,  FUFA has applauded Basena for his efforts during the period he has served as Interim coach of Uganda Cranes. Desabre is reported to be on a flight to Kampala for the FUFA presser.He has now been selected by FUFA for a Special Coaching Development Programme in the United States of America next year. He is the first to benefit from this programme.In a statement, FUFA said it appreciates Basena’s achievements with Development and results registered during the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup, qualifiers for the CHAN and 2018 FIFA World cup Russia.“FUFA Introduced the Long Term coaching programme as a way towards developing coaches for further educational progammes with an aim of improving the technical expertise of our coaches actively involved in the League,” the statement said.Tweets about Desabrecenter_img The panel also had Edgar Watson (FUFA Chief Executive Officer), Asuman Lubowa (FUFA Technical Director), Stone Kyambadde (Technical Committee chairperson) and Dr. Bernard Patrick Ogwel (National Council of Sports)FUFA and the Government have discussed remuneration of the new coach, according to FUFA CEO Watson, but he did not give details. Reports indicate the new coach will get $25,000 monthly.last_img read more