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Number 7 Ashwood Glade is a three bedroom mid-terrace town house, located off the Ballinrobe Road, just a short walk from Westport town centre and its many amenities.
Westport Town Hall Theatre is a busy spot at the moment as preparations are in full swing to have the next Community Pantomime ready for January 2019. "The Wizard of Westport" by Brendan Williams will be staged in Westport Town Hall Theatre for seven shows from Tuesday January 1 to Sunday January 6, 2019.
A west Mayo adventure park has become one of the first businesses in the country to achieve a new quality mark, signifying it meets the highest standards of service and trust.
Top Oil, one of Ireland’s leading fuel services provider, has officially opened its latest forecourt station in Charlestown, County Mayo - as well as a new Top Oil Network Fuel Card site in Cornamona, County Galway. The new site openings will provide a boost to local employment and the local economies in both areas, bringing a wide range of amenities to the two locations in Charlestown and Cornamona.
John Quinn has just brought to the market a superb ground floor one bedroom apartment at Sli Na Mara, located on the Kingston Road.
The Lost Brothers are Westport bound this December and have been shortlisted for Best Album and Best Group at the inaugural RTE Radio Folk Awards.
Augusta Lady Gregory, and her husband Sir William, were away in Italy in May 1888, when her former lover Wilfrid Scawen Blunt was imprisoned in Galway for participating in an anti-eviction rally at Woodford the previous October. I described last week, that within two days of her return to Galway she visited his empty cell, and remained sometime.*
Top Irish stand-up, Neil Delamere, will present his new show, 'Controlled Substance' at Westport Townhall Theatre on December 30.
The affair between Augusta Lady Gregory and Wilfrid Scawen Blunt, the romantic traveller, poet and a somewhat eccentric man addicted to political causes, lasted one year. It carried on almost under the eyes of her husband Sir William. He did not notice it, or if he did, he chose not to notice it.
My dear Miss Persse, I have read over many times the letter which you wrote to me a fortnight since when returning Roderick Hudson. Am I too presumptuous in thinking that there is something more in it than a mere critique on that book? I have thought over and over again on the subject and have at length determined to ask if I may write freely to you - on the most momentous question affecting a man and woman’s life…..’