There was great elation on the site of the excavation on the banks of the Woodford River/Erne Shannon Waterway Canal when the Atlas 30 ton 1702 Excavator sitting 15 feet below the wetlands of Fermanagh since 1992 was finally raised to the surface. Cavantv.com recorded the event on Saturday and Sunday and spoke to the elated members of the organising committee after the event. The event attracted a large gathering of supporters on the Saturday and Sunday. The Woodford River/Erne Shannon Waterway Canal was lined with Boats for all of the proceedings. All proceeds from this event will be donated to charity Dernagore, Derrylin, Co.Fermanagh Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Irelands First Live Web TV Channel www.cavantv.com
UPDATE ANGLO CELT LOCAL SEPT 13TH EDITION NEWSPAPER
The Atlas 1702 long reach digger, which was recovered from the bog in Dernagore, Derrylin over the June Bank Holiday weekend 2012, has been purchased jointly by Wilton Waste Recycling and Laz Metal Recycling. The machine weighed 20 tonnes. Wilton Waste Recycling and Laz paid €210 per tonne and donated €1,000 on top of this to the Charity Excavator Challenge. The machine is to go to India for metal recycling. The cheque of €5,200 now takes the total raised to €27,000. Donations of €500 each have already been given to Spina Bifida and Down's Syndrome.
Pictured are Rodney Wilton (Wilton Waste) and Mark Lavery (Las Scrap Metals) presenting the cheque for €5,200 to the event organiser Sean Donohoe. Also present in the photo is Fergal Heavy, one of the mechanics responsible for starting the differ.
Colm's Guest was Jason OReilly winner on Dragons Denn for his unique style of Watches. Jason had a selection of his GAA County Colours Watches and give us an exclusive view of his Liverpool United Football Club and Manchester United watches. He also told Colm about his discussions with Ryanair to secure a contract with the Airline.