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Fears for Blarney jobs

Staff at the Blarney Golf Resort, close to the famous tourist village, have been called to a meeting on Friday following the sudden and indefinite closure of its leisure centre, gym, and pool.
 While the hotel has closed for a few weeks in January in previous years its leisure centre, pool, and gym always remained open.
 Staff have contacted leisure club members and those with various fitness or swimming lessons booked to inform them of the centre’s indefinite closure and to tell them that any money owed will be refunded..
 The property, set on almost 170 acres about 6km west of Blarney village, was developed at a cost of between €30m-€40m.



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