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Combating the Covid-19 Blues – One Green Space at a time

During these challenging and uncertain times, it’s really important that we all come together to support each other. With Schools closed and many people working from home the shared space and common areas of our Housing Estates and Apartment Blocks are more important than ever, as people seek to break the monotony of being indoors. It has been great to see people adhering to the Social Distancing ...
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Business as Usual

Business Continuity In light of developments surrounding the management and containment of the spread of COVID-19 and the Governments announcement, we would like to assure you that we will continue to operate to the best of our abilities within the parameters set by the HSE and the Irish Government. Obviously the key focus from the state is to curtail the spread of the virus and minimise risk to ...
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Winters team cross the finish line together at Runamuck 2020

Runamuck Challenge 2020 Our group travelled up from Galway the morning of the event in our team t-shirts and headbands. We made our way up to the warm-up area where we jumped around for a few minutes to psyche ourselves up for the challenge that lay ahead of us! Then we were ready to go.  We stuck to the game plan and kept in a group which was a good thing as the obstacles we encoun...
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WPM has adopted best practices to help prevent the spread of Covid-19

With the increased spread of Covid-19 Winters Property Management has adopted best practices as per HSE recommendations to prevent infection spread. Wash hands properly and regularly After coughing or sneezing After toilet use Before eating If in contact with a sick person, especially those with respiratory symptoms Cover mouth when coughing and sneezing Cover your ...
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A Snow & Ice Weather Warning Issued For Ireland

A STATUS Yellow snow and ice warning has been issued across the country with more wintry showers on the way. According to Met Éireann, a very cold and unsettled week lies ahead with the potential for sleet and snow, particularly in Ulster and Connacht. The weather warning is in place from 6am on Tuesday until 9am on Wednesday. Temperatures will be between 0 and 4C tonight, with a risk of thunder i...
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