Tuesday, December 6, 2022
Home Focus on Farming in the Midlands – (Part 2) Pictured at the launch of the Teagasc Signpost partnership with Drinks Ireland are (l-r) Stan Lawlor, (Director of Knowledge Transfer, Teagasc), William Lavelle (Director of the Irish Whiskey Association), Claire MacCarrick (Corporate Communications and Public Affairs Manager at Irish Distillers), Martin Heydon (Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture with responsibility for research and innovation), Shane Kelly (Corporate Relation Director, Diageo Ireland), Avril Collins (Director of Corporate Affairs, HEINEKEN Ireland), Tom Tierney (Tillage Farmer) and Tom O’Dywer (Head of Signpost Programme, Teagasc).

Pictured at the launch of the Teagasc Signpost partnership with Drinks Ireland are (l-r) Stan Lawlor, (Director of Knowledge Transfer, Teagasc), William Lavelle (Director of the Irish Whiskey Association), Claire MacCarrick (Corporate Communications and Public Affairs Manager at Irish Distillers), Martin Heydon (Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture with responsibility for research and innovation), Shane Kelly (Corporate Relation Director, Diageo Ireland), Avril Collins (Director of Corporate Affairs, HEINEKEN Ireland), Tom Tierney (Tillage Farmer) and Tom O’Dywer (Head of Signpost Programme, Teagasc).

pictured,  previous Co. Offaly entrant John Moore receiving his competitor sash from Mairead McMahon, Diageo Baileys Supply and Anthony Farrelly, Glanbia Ireland Virginia.