If they didn’t do another stroke in the course of their existence, Castleisland Chamber Alliance members would be entitled to take a bow for restoring pride and purpose to one of the town’s grand, old buildings.
There are generations of Castleislanders grateful to the building and what it held in terms of the role it played in education gap filling.
It’s now bristling on the outside and the inside has been tastefully restored to a new lease of colourful life.
Memories Came Flooding
I called in today on foot of getting the update below from the chamber alliance.
Memories came flooding back of the quietness of the place from the top of the massive newel posted stairs to the late Kitty Downey’s squared off, floor centre reception area with its ‘In’ and ‘Out’ sides. There was a chair on the top landing and I’m sure it’s the one that used to be tucked in under the little table beneath the ‘For Reference Only’ shelves on the eastern side of the library.
Shared Office Facility
Castleisland Chamber Alliance in association with Kerry County Council are pleased to announce the opening of a shared office facility in the Carnegie Building, Castleisland. There, they will provide a ready to go solution for start up businesses, home office workers, consultants, etc who would like to work in a structured, low cost office environment.
Town Centre Location
Clients can avail of 24 hour access to desk space with lockable unit, free broadband, access to separate meeting room and canteen facilities in a secure town-centre location for less than €50 per week.
Heating, electricity and land-line costs are included and, as Castleisland has free on street parking, this facility offers a very economical option for anyone looking for office space.
Advantages of Co-Working
The advantages of co-working are many and varied: It provides opportunity to work in a professional environment. Provides a better work life balance than working from home.
Cost efficient – no utility bills.
It’s a ready made opportunity to network with other start-ups and established working from home entrepreneurs.
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