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Kilbane to perform for Cong church fundraisers

James Kilbane will bring his country Gospel concert to Cong and St Mary of the Roasary church on Friday, April 20, at 8pm.

Quay Bar and Brasserie at The Lodge at Ashford Castle

Situated on the outskirts of the charming village of Cong, The Lodge at Ashford Castle is the ideal destination for those seeking a cosy hideaway retreat which is still close to the heart of everything the region has to offer. Only 40 minutes' drive from Galway and neighbouring Westport and Connemara, the hotel is superbly located for an adventure of exploration or an opportunity to simply sit back, relax, and completely unwind.

Plan your ‘I Do!’ at The Lodge at Ashford Castle Wedding Showcase

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With a stunningly beautiful location, overlooking Lough Corrib in the pretty village of Cong, award-winning food and stylish interiors, The Lodge at Ashford Castle makes for a truly exceptional wedding venue.  At their wedding showcase on 8th of October 2017, The Lodge at Ashford Castle are inviting brides and grooms-to-be to take a closer look at how the hotel could make their dream day a reality and one lucky couple could even sail away with a dream honeymoon.

DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard launches sizzling summer auction

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There may be rain ahead, but DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is promising a hot property auction on July 28.

The Quiet Man who caused quite a racket

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In terms of professional recognition and box office takings, the 1952 film The Quiet Man was a big success, the romantic comedy-drama was a gamble for Irish American director John Ford who was, until then, known largely for his high octane Westerns. The gamble paid off and Ford scooped his fourth Best Director Oscar for The Quiet Man. Though the film's stars John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara did not receive nominations, the film was nominated for seven awards and eventually won two at the 1953 Academy Awards. Its success was good news for Ireland, especially along the Mayo-Galway border, and the village of Cong in particular, where the film had been shot. Ford and his Hollywood entourage arrived in the west in the summer of 1951 to begin recording the film's outdoors scenes. The production had brought welcome employment to the area and the end result showcased the beauty of the region to a global audience.

Cong in final for Foodie Destination of Ireland

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Cong has been named among the top 10 finalists in the national Foodie Destinations competition 2016.

Al fresco dining on the terrace at The Lodge at Ashford Castle

Situated on the outskirts of the charming village of Cong, The Lodge at Ashford Castle is the ideal destination for those seeking a cosy hideaway retreat which is still close to the heart of everything the region has to explore.

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Cara Iorrais 25 Card Drive

South Mayo still suffering from flood waters

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The village of Cong in particular is still suffering because of the flooding that first occurred last December. At the January meeting of the Claremorris Municipal District of Mayo County Council, director of services Paddy Mahon outlined in a presentation the areas that have been affected and the efforts the council has made to keep things under control.

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Bonamh Market

 

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