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David Fitzmaurice, Chairman, cuts the tape along with his fellow directors of Listowel Race Company of the new  €1.3m building at the track on Wednesday. Also in photo are from left,  Michael Grassick, HRI, Eric Browne, John McGuire,  Gerard Lynch, Eamonn Foran, Brendan Daly, Pat Healy, Louis McDonogh, Maurice Carroll and John Galvin. Brian Kavanagh. HRI,  Photo: Don MacMonagleA new €1.3 million food hall, bar, and viewing area are being officially opened at Listowel Racecourse tonight.
Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Michael Creed will be officiating at the event along with the Chief Executive of Horse Racing Ireland, Brian Kavanagh.

Listowel Race Company is tonight officially opening its newly constructed €1.3 million food hall, bar and viewing area.
Built by Monami Construction Ltd, the new building has been part-financed by Horse Racing Ireland through its Racecourse Capital Development Scheme, which provided funding of over €600,000.
Construction began in January and was completed ahead of schedule in mid-July.
The new building replaces The Old Snack Bar, and incorporates a modern food hall, called The Old Weir Food Hall on the ground floor, and The Riverside Bar on the upper level, with an adjacent viewing area.
Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Michael Creed, Chief Executive of Horse Racing Ireland Brian Kavanagh, and Chairman of Listowel Race Company David Fitzmaurice will cut the ribbon at the opening ceremony tonight.
Thousands of racegoers will have the opportunity to avail of the new facilities over the upcoming Listowel Harvest Racing Festival meeting from the 11th to the 17th of September.