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East Mayo Community Diary

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Don't miss out on what is going on in your area this week. 

What's on in your community?

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There's wealth of events taking place across Mayo each week and we bring you some of the best in our Community Diary each week. If you'd like to have something included in Community Diary, please email [email protected] by 5pm on the Monday before the next publication date.

Get out and explore a different Mayo this Heritage Week

Explore and experience nocturnal wildlife in Ballycroy, go whale watching at Downpatrick Head, look back at what life was like 100 years ago in Kilmovee, listen to poetry, music and song to honour the people of 1916 at the Jackie Clarke Library, or follow the Tóchar Phádraig Medieval Pilgrim Path. These are just some of the activities you can engage in during Heritage Week in Mayo

Get out and explore a different Mayo this Heritage Week

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Explore and experience nocturnal wildlife in Ballycroy, go whale watching at Downpatrick Head, look back at what life was like 100 years ago in Kilmovee, listen to poetry, music and song to honour the people of 1916 at the Jackie Clarke Library, or follow the Tóchar Phádraig Medieval Pilgrim Path. These are just some of the activities you can engage in during Heritage Week in Mayo

Community Diary

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Historical talk by Ann Chambers at Ballintubber Abbey

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Breaffy walking group

Seosamh Mac Gabhann Summer School heritage tour

As part of the Seosamh Mac Gabhann Summer School, which will run from July 3 to 8), a heritage tour will take place on Sunday, July 3. The tour, which is open to the public and free to attend, will commence at the ‘Cois Tine’ Heritage Centre in Kilmovee at 2pm. This year’s tour will focus on events in East Mayo pre and post 1916 with their tour guide - local historian James Reddiough. The author of seven books, James wrote The History of the East Mayo Brigade in 2005. As part of his research, he spoke to people in Kilmovee who recalled activities post 1916 in the Kilmovee area and participants will visit sites impacted during those troubled times.

Kilmovee man tells his story of losing a limb to urge drivers to mind cyclists

One of Ireland's elite Paralympic athletes has teamed up with the road safety office of Mayo County Council to produce an awareness video (https://youtu.be/ANHDtfuKCy4) to highlight the importance of giving cyclists a safe distance when overtaking with a minimum distance of 1.5m. Members of the general public were interviewed on what distance a driver should give when overtaking a cyclist, with some surprising results. The clips provides the feeling for cyclists as vehicles whizz by at speed just inches away from them.

Kilmovee lecture series lines up some engaging events

 

Mayo Roscommon Hospice seeks participants for this year’s Kilmovee 10K

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Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation is appealing to all runners, joggers, and walkers to get ready for this year’s Kilmovee 10k on Holy/Easter Saturday March 26 at 1pm. The registration fee for the race is €20 and by taking part you are supporting local palliative care services in Mayo and Roscommon.

 

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