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Arramount Furniture confirm appointment of interim examiner

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first_img Previous articleCalls for a referendum on judges’ salariesNext articleFormer Magdalene laundry inspires art students admin Facebook Advertisement WhatsApp Twitter Emailcenter_img Print WITH a Limerick based outlet, Arramount Woodcraft (Holdings) Limited and its fully owned trading subsidiaries trading as Arramount Furniture confirmed that it has sought the appointment of an Interim Examiner, Mr Kieran Wallace of KPMG to allow the Company sufficient time to negotiate with potential investors and to complete appropriate arrangements with creditors with the objective of putting in place long term arrangements to secure its future.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Arramount Furniture was established in 1995 and is one of Ireland’s leading furniture stores. Arramount Furniture currently operates seven different stores nationwide in Dublin, Limerick, Cork, Newbridge, Tullamore, Athlone and Mullingar. All stores will continue to trade as normal throughout this period. The company’s current difficulties stem from the current economic downturn and reduced consumer demand. Management would like to confirm that all orders where deposits have been taken will be delivered and customers who place deposits during Examinership will receive their ordered furniture.Lane Bros Ltd trading as Arramount Furniture Tralee, which is a franchisee of Arramount Woodcraft (Holdings) Ltd, will not be affected by the Examinership and will continue to trade as normal.Arramount Furniture will continue to trade as normal throughout the period. The company is confident that the process of Examinership will enable a solution to be found that will ensure it is set up to continue trading successfully and profitably in the future. The process of Examinership in Ireland provides a standstill period of time whereby creditors cannot pursue claims against the Company.  The company has sought this protection to allow it to put in place new refinancing arrangements for creditors and bankers.Arramount Furniture is the trading name of Woodcraft (Holdings) Limited and its subsidiariesArramount Woodcraft (Limerick) LimitedArramount Woodcraft (Cork) LimitedArramount Woodcraft (Dublin) LimitedArramount Woodcraft (Mullingar) LimitedArramount Woodcraft (Newbridge) LimitedArramount Athlone LimitedArramount Distribution Limited Linkedin NewsLocal NewsArramount Furniture confirm appointment of interim examinerBy admin – June 24, 2009 994 last_img read more

Educate Together Model favoured by Cllr Shortt

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first_imgNewsLocal NewsEducate Together Model favoured by Cllr ShorttBy admin – July 12, 2011 672 WhatsApp Advertisement COUNCILLOR Tom Shortt favours the use of the Educate Together model of school patronage.He was responding to a call from the Diocese of Limerick for professionals to take up vacant positions on school boards.At present just two schools in Limerick use the Educate Together model, but Cllr Shortt holds the view there is room for growth.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “I have believed for over 25 years that the Educate Together model of patronage of primary schools is the more realistic and appropriate model which acknowledges and accommodates changes in Irish society.“The model recognises diversity with regard to religious belief as no one religion is promoted in the classroom. In essence, there is freedom of religion for families. Children can attend denominational instruction after normal school hours”.The Labour councillor said professionals are needed on school boards, with religious domination of education on the wane.Cllr Shortt, an art teacher at Scoil Carmel on O’Connell Avenue, has served on the board of management of the multi-denominational Limerick School’s Project.“It is a huge responsibility. You may not see the Board of Management, but it is very much how a school operates”.He has been an increase in social capital in recent times, and the call made by the Diocese of Limerick, he added, would appeal to people.“There is an enormous amount of voluntary work involved in running a school.“The expertise of a professional, like a solicitor or an accountant, would be of major benefit.“Should schools be moving towards a more multi-denominational ethos? Should the ethos of schools be re-examined? These are questions we need to look at.“I think it’s a refection of the times we live, and opens up the broader issue of governance of schools.“This shows a changing climate in the country and we need to recognise that religious practices are changing”. He favours the multi-denominational format.“I was very involved in getting the multi-denominational movement off the ground in Limerick.“Many are advancing the Educate Together project at the moment”.According to him, the Educate Together model offers a lot.“This experience prepares children to participate in the modern Ireland which is both pluralist and multi cultural, and is a practical way of teaching them to respect people of other religious and cultural backgrounds as equals.“It also encourages greater democracy with greater parental responsibility and involvement in the running of the school. The seats on the boards are filled entirely by parents and teachers. In my opinion, parents should consider this model”. Twitter Printcenter_img Linkedin Email Previous articleTina’s fundraising heads to €1m markNext articleArchitect – peopled streets draw people in admin Facebooklast_img read more