Judges for Bank of Ireland's national competition to find the country's most enterprising town visited Ballinwillin House Mitchelstown.

Judges for Bank of Ireland’s national competition to find the country’s most enterprising town, visited Mitchelstown on Wednesday last where they were given a royal welcome and a tour of the town.

The competition promotes enterprise by bringing business and community groups together, in towns and villages across Ireland, to showcase the spirit of enterprise in their local area.

The judges visited Ballinwillin House Farm, the family-owned estate run by Pat and Miriam Mulcahy where they were greeted by Pat and Miriam together with Claudia Matassa and Sean Hyland of the MBA, local; farmer Maurice Walsh, Dave Kent (Fringeys Fitness), Andrew Dineen (Heritage Society), Ben Lynch (Leisure Centre and Mitchelstown Forum), Liz Downes (Community Council), Kay Dawson (AROMA), Sadie Allen (Ballyhoura) and guests Helen Gleasure, Dave Sheehan and Eilish Mannion from Bank of Ireland and MBA representatives Maura O’Sullivan and Margaret Hyland.

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