Cavan Christmas Food Trail

The 12 Tastes of Christmas

The Cavan Christmas Food Trail takes place on Sunday, 10th December, with the 12 Tastes of Christmas! For just €3, you can try a delicious festive taster dish at 12 of Cavan Town’s most delicious eateries! Latte Da Barduccis Chapter 1 Cafe The Big Apple Restaurant Mc Mahon’s Cafe Bar, Cavan town CHIPMONGERS Oak Room Restaurant Saffron Restaurant The Farnham Arms Hotel Carol’s Home Bakery Otean The Bridge Restaurant and Guesthouse   Read more »

Cavan Chamber Launches New Brand

  29 November 2017   Cavan Chamber, as a member of the Chambers Ireland network, launched a new brand today, reflecting their strength and influence as a member of the collaborative network. Launching the new brand, Chamber President Mr Eddie Coleman said, “Cavan Chamber is delighted to unveil our new logo and tagline. We are proud to represent our members and we are committed, more than ever, to enhancing our local community and working together to create and advance business opportunities for all. Being part of the largest business network […] Read more »

A Taste of Cavan Christmas Market

A taste of Cavan Christmas Markets 2017

Taste of Cavan Christmas Market is back this year from Friday 8th December until  Sunday 10th December, on the new renovated Market Square Promoted by Cavan County Council and Cavan Chamber in association with the Cavan Town Multicultural Committee, and supported by PEACE IV, this year’s market will showcase a taste of what Cavan has to offer, with food and crafts representing the multicultural face of Cavan. With the revamped Market Square offering a bright new, open space in the town centre, the 2017 Christmas Market has almost doubled in […] Read more »

Chambers Ireland Welcomes the Proposals of Planning Regulation Reforms

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Chambers Ireland  (6 Oct 2017) welcomed proposals by Minister for Housing, Eoghan Murphy to introduce reforms to planning regulations in urban areas. Speaking this afternoon, Chambers Ireland Chief Executive Ian Talbot said, “Today’s comments by Minister Eoghan Murphy are very welcome. “The undersupply of housing is a severe threat to our economic competitiveness and will continue well into the long-term unless we change our thinking around housing and urban living.” “As the population of Ireland’s urban centres continues to grow we must seek to increase their density. We cannot allow the […] Read more »