The iconic Mourne Antiques store is moving premises in Letterkenny – and owner Frances Spears needs a hand with the packing.There is a lot of interest in the new location – because it’s the former bank across the road.Proprietor Frances Spears has had her leading antiques store in Letterkenny for over 22 years now. The past five years have been at 38 Upper Main Street, which always has an eye-catching window display. But this month Frances is moving on to bigger and better places at the former Bank Building on the corner beside Dillon’s Hotel. The new shop will open on the 19th of July. Frances Spears at the soon-to-be-former Mourne Antiques storeThe new Mourne Antiques on Main Street Letterkenny – beside Dillon’s HotelBefore: The new space at Mourne Antiques all ready to be filled with goods for the opening on 19th of July.Frances is hoping to make her packing work easier, so she is hosting a huge half price sale to lighten the load. Everything remaining at Mourne Antiques is now 50% off. Apart from the jewellery which is 10%, because Frances says she can carry that herself! This is the perfect opportunity to visit the Mourne Antiques shop and browse Frances’ amazing finds for a fraction of their price.Experienced jeweller Keith Stevenson at Mourne Antiques Letterkenny – All jewellery is 10% off in store until Wednesday 17th JulyMourne Antiques Letterkenny – All stock in store is 50% off until Wednesday 17th July (10% off Jewellery)Mourne Antiques Letterkenny – All jewellery 10% off in store until Wednesday 17th JulyMourne Antiques Letterkenny – All jewellery 10% off in store until Wednesday 17th JulyMourne Antiques Letterkenny – All stock in store is 50% off until Wednesday 17th July (10% off Jewellery)Mourne Antiques Letterkenny – This fur coat is 50% off in store until Wednesday 17th JulyMourne Antiques Letterkenny – All stock in store is 50% off until Wednesday 17th July (10% off Jewellery)The shop always has an eclectic mix of stock for one-of-a-kind gifts and homeware. So why not go and bag a bargain – and give Frances a helping hand with the big move.The new location at the Bank Building will have many benefits for Frances, Keith and the team. Customers will love the extra space and private parking – making collections and deliveries much easier.Frances says she has always admired the building across the road, which was most recently the ACC bank before closing 14 years ago.The main advantage of moving, Frances says, is “the shop will be larger and a better shape, almost square, showing off my pieces better – and hopefully not getting too crammed so my customers aren’t afraid to move!” Frances Spears making the move across the street to a new Mourne Antiques storeThe building is almost an antique in itself – with its banking history going back around 100 years.“It has some delightful original features, particularly the entrance – I can’t wait to open the doors,” Frances said.Make sure to call into Mourne Antiques over the next week to bag yourself a bargain and enjoy the 50% off sale until Wednesday 17th July. And don’t miss the opening of the new store on 19th July!Visit: www.mourneantiques.com www.facebook.com/mourneantiquesMourne Antiques banking on half price sale to help with big move! was last modified: July 10th, 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:Frances SpearsMourne AntiquesMoveSALE
Corning >> The Cardinals Noah Miller and Oroville’s Logan Schereck pitched gems Thursday afternoon through six, but the Tigers rallied for four runs in the seventh and the Cards couldn’t match it, falling 4-1.Both pitchers faced the minimum through three. When Oroville’s Hunter Monnot reached on an error in the top of the third, Miller picked him off at first to retire the side. Colton Rogers reached on an error to lead off the fourth and Miller got him as well.Schereck didn’t falter until …
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Related Items:andrew mitchell, clayton greene, michael misick, Sipt SIPT Opening Statement brings anticipation for evidence, Proceedings resume today Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 19 jan 2016 – No words were minced by Andrew Mitchell, QC as he lunged into the reasons for the Special Investigation and Prosecution Team cases, which have been looming since 2009. The attorney for the SIPT on Monday explained bluntly that “This case is about political corruption and financial greed.”Mitchell added that, “The monies received by the Ministers were in no sense monies that could be attributed to the work of honest servants of the people whom they were elected to represent.”The unforgiving criminal charges and raw statements came at the opening of the proceedings which continue now in 2016, with Justice Paul Harrison presiding as both judge and jury. The cases against nine, including former Premier, Michael Misick; former Health Minister, Lillian Boyce; former Lands Minister, McCallister Hanchell; former Works Minister, Jeffrey Hall; former House Speaker, Clayton Greene and former Deputy Premier and Finance Minister, Floyd Hall is a monster of a trial with hefty charges, which have the potential to put these individuals in prison for decades.Mitchell will spend some days as he lays out the case which he explained is fueled by an alleged conspiracy for the nine people charged to, and I quote again, “enrich themselves and/or their families, the defendants undermined, ignored and usurped almost all of the Country’s institutions designed to ensure and preserve good governance.”Mitchell added that, ‘a number of witnesses will be called to explain how the Government of the Islands should function’ making it known that his case is built on nine land deals or developments which were negotiated during the Misick years. Andrew Mitchell shared that he will illustrate, “the way that the political establishment was prepared to abuse their responsibilities to the electorate by, in effect, treating as their own that precious resource: the land.”Names like Mario Hoffman and J&T Banka and the revelations linked to the American Express, Black cards all resurface as the country once again braces to hear the alleged vainglorious details of the accused. Meanwhile, Michael Misick & the others have fought the proceedings and Misick has directly told media that he is a defendant in protest. Thorne, QC maintains SIPT Trial is political vendetta Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp TCI: Judge rules there is ‘a case’; all nine defendants will go to trial in September
Manchester City Pep Guardiola says the club will definitely comply if directed to reduce the number of loaned out players.According to reports, FIFA are considering to set the number of outgoing player loans allowed for each club to a maximum of between 6 and 8, from the start of the 2020-21 season, and Guardiola believes the club will have no problem adapting to the rule.Manchester City currently have 28 players on loan spells in different clubs all over Europe.Big clubs have been accused of stockpiling players that they could later sell for profit and thereby abusing the loan system which was meant to be used for player development.“We are going to adapt to the rules,” Guardiola told Sky Sports.“The new rules are coming. We’re going to see the situation about loan players and see what we can do.Report: City are stunned by Norwich George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Manchester City was stunned by Norwich City in todays Premier League clash.Much has been made in recent days of the potential impact of Aymeric…“If we cannot loan them they are going to come back here. If we don’t believe they are going to play, if we cannot loan them, we are going to sell them. It’s simple.“We’re going to see before they take the players where they are going to play and if it is not possible to loan them we are not going to buy them.”Guardiola thinks the Under-23 competition in England is not enough preparation for players hoping to make it in the Premier League, as he supports the loan system.“It’s not good for me,” Guardiola added.“Loan players are in good leagues. To then come here to play in front of 10 people is not good for their development.”
Nottingham Trent University (NTU) has launched a new engagement and sustainability programme for the 4,000 employees based across its four campuses.The new programme, Green Rewards, was implemented on Monday 4 February 2019. It has been introduced to encourage staff to participate in activities that boost sustainability, at the same time as improving their own wellbeing. This aligns with NTU’s commitment to the United Nations’ Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs) and its pledge to reduce its environmental impact.Green Rewards, provided by Jump, allows employees to track their positive actions on an online platform across six categories: my carbon footprint, my resources, my travel, my food and drink, my community and my health and wellbeing.Activities such as calculating their individual carbon footprint, making a plastic pledge, volunteering, taking lunchtime walks and engaging in mindfulness time are all rewarded through the programme via a system of points.The themes have been designed to directly correlate to the SDGs, demonstrating to employees that they can have a positive impact on a global, individual and organisational level. For example, staff are rewarded for using reusable bottles and coffee cups instead of single use plastics. This relates to SDG 12: responsible consumption and production.Using an online leader board, the top two individuals each month will win a £20 voucher for either Love2Shop, John Lewis, National Book Tokens or to use at the cinema. The top performing team is also recognised every six months, winning a £200 charity donation.NTU promoted the event to staff using teaser emails and via its internal communications channels.The organisation also hosted launch events to promote the programme, answer employees’ questions and give them an opportunity to sign up for events. These took place on Monday 4 February on City Campus and Tuesday 5 February on Clifton Campus.Charmaine Morrell, sustainable development manager at NTU, said: “We’re really excited to be launching Green Rewards for all of our employees, as positive lifestyle choices are fundamental to us achieving our sustainable, environmental and wellbeing ambitions.“The programme demonstrates the strategic importance we place on sustainable and wellbeing choices we all make, and we hope it will inspire [employees] to work together in a fun and engaging way.”
Serendipity Delhi, a unique Concept Store dedicated to promoting Art, Music, Culture and Design is organizing a special Book Reading evening with William Dalrymple on his latest release Return of a King on March 28. Adding a Musical note to the evening will be a performance of Thumri-Dadra and Ghazal by noted classical singer Vidya Rao. The event is a Fund Raiser to benefit All Creatures Great and Small (ACGS), a non-profit organization that provides shelter for animals in distress. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Hosted at Serendipity’s beautifully restored Haveli, meet the author and other book and classical music lovers, and enjoy the ambience of Serendipity’s lovely terrace. William Dalrymple is a bestselling author whose books include In Xanadu, City of Djinns, From the Holy Mountain, White Mughals, The Last Mughal and Nine Lives. He has won the Premio Hemingway Prize 2015 for Return of a King. He has won the Thomas Cook Travel Book Award, the Sunday Times Young British Writer of the Year Award, the French Prix d’Astrolabe, the Wolfson Prize for History, the Scottish Book of the Year Award, the Duff Cooper Memorial Prize, the Asia House Award for Asian Literature, the Vodafone/Crossword Award for non-fiction and has, prior to the shortlisting of Return of a King, been longlisted three times for the Samuel Johnson Prize. He lives with his wife and three children on a farm outside Delhi. Vidya Rao is a leading performer of thumri-dadra and ghazal. The disciple of the legendary singer, the late Vidushi Naina Devi, she has performed at national and international forums, has lectured and conducted workshops and lecture-demonstrations, and has composed and sung for theatre, film and dance.