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Due to continued growth we are now offering the position of Junior sales representative. Candidate must have: Full clean driving license Sales experience a plus but not essential. Have good communication skill and fluent English speaking. Social media skills essential. Please send CV to

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Court House Restaurant

Court House Restaurant are looking for a Chef de Partie and waiting staff see  

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Down Syndrome Centre North East – Volunteers

The Down Syndrome Centre North East are based in Carrickmacross, they need volunteers for the 17th & 24th June and the 1st of July from 12.30-3pm to help with activities for their youth group. DM us here if you can help or click the link to register your interest

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Finn Precision Engineering – Positions

Finn Precision Engineering provide a wide ranging precision engineering service to all industries using the most up-to-date machining and turning centres Continued demand for our services have created the following employment opportunities: •Qualified CNC Programmer and Operator •Trainee CNC Programmer and Operator •General Operative Immediate start for the right candidates

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Red Door Cafe Hiring

Hey, hi & howdy, we are excited to move into the Autumn months ahead and we are looking to expand our team. This role would be ideal for someone enthusiastic and eager to work as part of a group. We’d love for you to have prior experience working in a

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Daisy Clothing Carrickmacross - Ladies Fashion Weird Fish, Paco, Street One

Daisy Clothing – The story so far….

Next up on our featured retailers is Daisy clothing.  Take some time out and find out more about our small businesses! How did you get started in what you do? Like lots of girls we loved clothes shopping and certain clothing brands. The brands we loved were not available locally.

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Carrickmacross Lace Gallery, Co Monaghan Ireland

The story behind Carrickmacross Lace

Carrickmacross Lace was introduced by Mrs. Grey Porter in 1820 The St. Louis Sisters founded a convent in Carrickmacross in 1888 and took an interest in Lace making. Local ladies were tasked to make the lace in their own homes and Louis Sisters had a Lace Department in the Convent

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