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Community Diary July 10

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Community walking programme in Charlestown

Mayo's sporty women could provide insight on gender gap

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A new report on sports participation rates in Mayo and Sligo has found that women here are massively bucking the national trend by being more active than their male counterparts.

Community Diary June 19

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Sol Rio celebrates

Big fitness and health expo for Castlebar

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Fitness professionals from all over Mayo are gathering for a weekend of fitness, sport, and advice in all disciplines in Breaffy Sports Arena this April 24, 25, and 26.

Sports partnership launches local sports investment scheme

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Following their investment announcement recently Mayo Sports Partnership has now launched details of its upcoming Special Participation Grant Scheme for 2015.

Funding announced to boost sports participation

Almost a quarter of a million euro is to be invested in Mayo to encourage more people to take part in sporting activities.

Funding announced to boost sports participation

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Almost a quarter of a million euro is to be invested in Mayo to encourage more people to take part in sporting activities.

Castlebar parkrun celebrates its first birthday

The weekly parkrun event held in Castlebar at Lough Lannagh, will celebrate its first anniversary tomorrow Saturday, March 7. The event organisers are hosting a party in Castlebar Tennis Club afterwards to mark the occasion.

Get Active Clogher

Following on from the success of Operation Transformation Mayo last year, Clogher Environmental Group is continuing with the walking programme entitled Get Active Clogher, each Saturday commencing at Clogher Heritage Centre at 10.30am. This walking programme is organised in liaison with Mayo Sports Partnership and Operation Transformation and the campaign is also supported by Mayo County Council in conjunction with Mayo Rural Alliances.

Operation Get Active Mayo is up and running

To coincide with this year’s Operation Transformation the Mayo Sports Partnership made a call for communities, clubs, groups throughout the county to get involved in a five week activity campaign. More than 25 groups have registered with the partnership, with the campaign kicking off locally with the five Mayo Operation Transformation Walks in Ballina, Belmullet, Castlebar, Claremorris, and Westport on Saturday last.

 

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