The Ballyhaunis Chamber have been lobbying to keep the Courthouse in Ballyhaunis as it is a well used and critical amenity in the surrounding area. Here you will see the submission made to the court services along with a letter sent to the Regional Manager of court services.
As you may be aware the Community Website Ballyhaunis Life was launched in November 2011. The aim of the website is to let people know especially family, friends and relations abroad about Life in Ballyhaunis. Information on local organisations/clubs/associations, what they are up to and events that they have planned can be found on the site as well as business listings. We are delighted to let you know that the website is very successful with hits from around the world as well as local areas. We have been getting an average of 3,975 per day which will come out at around 123,225pm.
We also offer the opportunity to businesses to advertise on said website and all monies raised goes towards the running costs for Ballyhaunis Summer Festival. The costs of the advertising slots are as follows:
Size of Ad Cost for 3 months Cost for 1 year
4.5cm x 2.5cm €30 €90
4.5cm x 5cm €40 €140
4.5cm x 10cm €55 €180
We would also like to take this opportunity to remind people that there is a free section for promotions/offers that you may have running which could easily be added onto the site. Just email the Ballyhaunis Chamber email@example.com or through the contact button on the site and we will do the rest. We ask that you consider advertising on the website to showcase your business and to not only bring business to Ballyhaunis but to also support The Ballyhaunis Summer Festival. Call on 094 9630311 or pop into the office between 9am and 5pm (closed for lunch) to discuss this further.
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