31 July 2015
Have a fantastic weekend and don’t forget to avail of the free pick me up coffee at selected Applegreen stations.
13 July 2015
The untiring efforts of the Applegreen Charitable Fund is something to behold. They have managed to crack the million euro mark in funds raised, since it’s inception five years ago. Customers and employees working together in diverse ways, to help worthy causes achieve their goals. Congratulations to charity chairman Adrian Giffney and his team, all site and head office employees, suppliers, and of course our daily customers whose support made the most cents, so to speak! Pic. l to r – Applegreen CEO Bob Etchingham, Charity Chairman Adrian Giffney and Operations Director Joe Barrett.
10 June 2015
You see sheep have an image problem. A serious image problem, I mean, think of the word sheep and it’s connotations. You immediately see masses of boring people all doing the same thing, just like er.. sheep. Now I want you for a second to imagine sheep, on a mountainside, white on green, applegreen even
27 May 2015
While the weather is promising …(eh that may have gotten some of your hopes up) to be less than suitable for outdoor events, hey, there is an extra morning when you can wake up look at your clock and turn over.
24 March 2015
One cannot be too careful when taking people’s money in fundraising and the charity area has had it’s share of problems.
18 March 2015
It’s sure to throw up some funny and interesting documentary footage of life with some revealing insights into humanity.
In fact come Friday morning expect a digital barrage of images, selfies, on the spot reports and what have you.
16 March 2015
Spring in the air for St. Patrick.
15 February 2015
Now that’s batter. America has as many variations on the pancake as the devil has sins to confess, toppings are only limited by ones imagination.
06 February 2015
17 January 2015
Sheep in a field of snow is a striking image at the best of times but Texel sheep are special. I know this because Sarah told me and took a picture to prove it. The question is now can I ever look a lamb chop or bowl of Irish stew in the face again.