From a derelict old building to a thriving business, tonights Nationwide programme on RTÉ tells the story of the Castle Antique & Craft Centre.
The former Coach House pub had been left to rot until three local businessmen decided it was time someone rescued the historic building.
The former pub was restored antiques expert Paul Walsh, coach operator PJ Keogh and Emelyn Heaps, of Renaissance Resorts.
The entrepreneurs set about transforming the eyesore into the Castle Antique & Craft Centre which after much hard work, comprises some 5,000sq.ft of shopping space allowing visitors an exclusive opportunity to browse and amble through the halls and floors of this unique new outlet.
The owners attribute the success of the venture of community support and true community spirit.
The story of the Castle Antiques, Arts & Crafts Centre will be tonight on tonights Nationwide beginning at 7.00pm.