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Mulranny is located on the Wild Atlantic Way at the gateway to Achill and overlooks the clear blue waters and sandy beaches of Clew Bay.
Located at the gateway to the Curraun Peninsula and beyond to Achill, Mulranny is beautiful village overlooking the Atlantic waters of Clew Bay.
Husband and wife media team, Malin and Reine Hefvelin, freelance writers for Res and TT travel magazines in Sweden, have arrived in Ireland this week via Shannon Airport, on the new SAS flight from Stockholm, to learn more about the Wild Atlantic Way as attempts intensity to highlight the Galway tourism market in Scandinavia
The Galway Greenway Group which is campaigning for a greenway route which is fair to landowners, walkers and cyclists, has asked the public to make their feeling known before tomorrow’s (Friday) deadline for the receipt of submissions.
This modern style bungalow with self-contained chalet is situated south-facing on an exceptional site of mature lawns overlooking Mulranny Golf Course, Mulranny beach, Clew Bay, and its islands. It comprises approximately 0.57 acre in area outlined in plan URW folio MY37658F County Mayo. This property is located within one mile of the centre of Mulranny village and it amenities such as shops, coffee shop, post office, pubs, guest accommodation, four star Mulranny Park Hotel, and the Great Western Greenway.
Mulranny doctor Jerry Cowley will run as an independent candidate in the General Election as part of a national campaign by GPs in rural Ireland. Dr Cowley, who has a practice in Mulranny for 35 years, is the second candidate to be put forward by the No Doctor, No Village, campaign. The first candidate was Dr Michael Harty of Kilmihil, Co Clare, who made his announcement earlier in January.
Michael Ring, Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, and Cllr Michael Holmes, Cathaoirleach of Mayo County Council, officially opened the new Mulranny footpath and village enhancement scheme last Friday morning. The multi-million euro development consisted of 1.8 kilometres of improvements to the N59 comprising new footpaths, traffic calming, pavements, a viewing promenade, bicycle lanes, pedestrian crossings, picnic tables, and benches.
Claremorris who remain in the hunt for promotion to the Elverys Sports Super League booked their place in the fifth round of the FAI Junior Cup on Sunday afternoon last when they defeated Manor Rangers 2-1. A last minute Dean Roddy penalty was hugely decisive after he had given them a first half lead. Manor Rangers clawed one back, but Claremorris showed great hunger to steal it at the death thanks to the exploits of Roddy who has been in magnificent form this season. Manulla also progressed to the next round after recording a clinical 2-0 win over Brazukas. Goals from Declan Tonra and Rory Martyn were enough for Tom Healy’s men in a super display by the west Mayo men.
Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Michael Ring, this week announced that €340k in funding has been approved through Fáilte Ireland’s Capital Investment Programme for two tourism projects in Mayo.
The winners of the 2015 Irish Responsible Tourism Awards were announced last week at the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Dublin. Mulranny received a silver award in the ‘Best Destination for Responsible Tourism” category.