Funeral mass for Civic Trust founder

first_imgLinkedin The funeral mass of the late heritage chief Denis Leonard (62), will take place today. Tributes from political, arts and business sectors continue to be paid to the Limerick Civic Trust founding director.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up A book of condolences was opened at Limerick City Hall yesterday in memory of Mr Leonard, who managed some of the city’s largest restoration projects.Mayor of Limerick Cllr Kevin Kiely said the city is indebted to the man who in 1983 established the first Civic Trust in the country. “He was a true gentleman who devoted his whole life to preserving Limerick’s architectural environment and heritage. He was one hundred per cent dedicated to improving Limerick’s environment and he always had the city’s best interests at the heart “.Mr Leonard is survived by his wife, Deirdre his three daughters Rachel, Sarah and Kate and his brothers Richard and Brian. Mr Leonard will be buried this Wednesday morning following the removal of his remains last night from The Georgian House, Pery Square to St Paul’s, Dooradoyle. The funeral will follow 12noon Mass at St Paul’s to Castlemungret Cemetery. Twitter NewsLocal NewsFuneral mass for Civic Trust founderBy admin – December 2, 2009 503 Facebook Printcenter_img Advertisement WhatsApp Email Previous articleBoil notice issued in lower Shannon regionNext articleSean set for Atlantic row adminlast_img read more

Home in prime position to be sold at auction

first_img18 Grange Court, Castle Hill 18 Grange Court will be open for inspection on Sunday from 11am-11.45am and Wednesday 5pm to 5.45pm. For more information call Sally Elliott on 0409 550 454. NESTLED in bushland on the side of Castle Hill with echidnas, wallabies and butterflies for neighbours lies this expansive three-level home.18 Grange Court, Castle Hill, will be sold under the hammer on October 27.It has five bedrooms, three bathrooms, two car accommodation and is on a 775sqm block of land.Smith & Elliott principal Sally Elliott said the property offered seclusion while still being close to schools, The Strand and CBD.center_img 18 Grange Court, Castle Hill“As soon as you get in the house you realise what a good block of land it is,” she said.“You have no rear neighbours except for the animals and it’s so private.”From the main bedroom there is a picture window view out to Pallarenda while the house’s multiple deck look out to bushland and The Pinnacles.The master bedroom has an ensuite while two other bedrooms open out to their own deck area.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020The property also has irrigated gardens as well as inground pool, solar power and is airconditioned throughout.Ms Elliott said the home would make the perfect base for a family. 18 Grange Court, Castle Hill“This is certainly a family home because you have so much space and it has so many living areas both indoor and outdoor,” she said.“The kids that are there now have been building cubby houses in the bush so it’s a really magical place for children.“There is more than 500sq m of space, so it’s not your average suburban house. “This is a house where you could have four or five children and they could all still have their own private space.”last_img read more