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Oh what a knight — Claregalway Castle set for marvellous weekend of medieval combat

The first, full-contact, medieval tournament in Ireland for over 400 years happened at Claregalway Castle in 2015 and returns this weekend Sept 30 to Oct 1 from 12pm-6pm.

Ceremony honours courageous Battle of Jadotville soldiers

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A ceremony took place in Custume Barracks last Saturday (September 17) to honour the actions of the men of ‘A’ Company, 35th Infantry Battalion and its attachments at the Battle of Jadotville.

Calling Castlebar - the summer's biggest festival seeks volunteers

It is the Castlebar community's chance to really showcase the town this summer with the In Humbert’s Footsteps festival on August 17 and 18. This is Mayo's flagship Gathering event and thousands will pour into the town to enjoy it. Now is your chance to get involved as a volunteer and put Castlebar firmly on the festival map.

Maverick Sabre live in the Royal

Anticipation is building in the Royal Theatre Castlebar as the date gets closer for the London born and Irish raised Maverick Sabre date at The Royal Theatre in Castlebar on Bank Holiday Sunday, June 3.

City surrendered to Cromwell three hundred and sixty years ago this week

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An important event occurred 360 years ago this week, which changed the fortunes of Galway town forever.

Talented Sabre is coming to Castlebar

Due to the phenomenal success of his recent sold out Dublin concert, London born and Irish raised Maverick Sabre has just announced a new Irish date at The Royal Theatre in Castlebar on Bank Holiday Sunday, June 3.

Lecture on the development of weapons

AFTER THE Napoleonic wars a gap emerged between what weapons were capable of, and the tactics adopted to deploy those weapons. That gap grew and led to the slaughter of WWI.


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