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Mullingar Monthly Fair at Fairgreen Shopping Centre

Wednesday, 27th February, 2013 9:30am

Story by Tom Kelly
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Mullingar Monthly Fair at Fairgreen Shopping Centre
Mullingar Monthly Fair at Fairgreen Shopping Centre

Following the success of the inaugural Christmas Fair which ran for four weekends in December 2012, Fairgreen Shopping Centre and Bespoke Advertising have launched a new Monthly Fair from March 2 and 3, which will run once a month up to Christmas.

Each month a diverse range of craftspeople, food producers and businesses will be there, all under one roof.

An avenue for businesses to promote themselves, it also builds on the importance of shopping locally and supporting businesses in the Westmeath area and beyond - and there will be something to suit all tastes and pockets.

Stuart Montgomery, director of Bespoke Advertising and organiser of the fair, is "very much looking forward to the event and working with a wide variety of businesses throughtout the year".

Stuart said such events are "of vital importance to the future and livelihoods of many local businesses" and that he hopes people will "come out in their droves to show their support for the fair".

If you're interested in getting involved and exhibiting at any of the monthly fairs contact Stuart at bespokeadvertising@gmail.com or call 085 106 5689.

Admission is free and there is good parking - go to the launch this weekend, March 2 and 3 and see it for yourself.

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