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Sunday March 10
The newly completed HSE West ambulance base located one mile west of Mulranny village will commence day operations next month according to Mulranny GP and former TD, Dr Jerry Cowley. The new base will provide state-of-the–art ambulance services to the local populations of Achill, Corraun, Mulranny, Tiernaur, Newport, and Louisburgh, and north along the N59 towards Ballycroy and Bangor Erris.
Highlights of Heritage Week in Mulranny, which commences on August 17, include; Machair guided walk, kite making and flying, a talk about the Kerry bog pony, a talk about the old Irish goat, and an art clothes and wearables fashion show.
The Mayo County Council has reached an agreement with An Taisce that beaches at Dooega and on Clare Island which get relatively little use will have lifeguard cover at the weekends only. Martin Keating, acting director of services for Mayo County Council, was giving a report on the Blue Flags awarded to beaches in Mayo. He told the meeting that in order to keep a Blue Flag a beach must have an adequate number of life guards on duty, but with some beaches having very low usage there was a difficulty in life-guarding them. Therefore the council came to an agreement with An Taisce for this summer season to have lifeguards on duty at Dooega and Clare Island at weekends only, but both beaches would be monitored and re-assessed at the year end with the other beaches.
A new tourism initiative targeting adventure travel tourists was launched by the Taoiseach Enda Kenny this week with the aim of bringing a slice of the $89billion global adventure market to Mayo. Greenway Adventures is a collection of 11 Mayo-based adventure tourism providers that, together, form the county’s first adventure trail.
The Mulranny Environmental Group will hold a talk on the old Irish goat in the Mulranny Amenity Centre today (Friday) at 8.30pm.
The annual Christmas dinner and get-together of St Brendan’s Unit and Village, along with people from the wider community of Mulranny, takes place on Thursday December 2 in the amenity centre.
Three and a half million euro has been pledged to complete the Great Western Greenway from Westport to Achill.
The Environmental Protection Agency is advising people in Mayo to check bathing water quality this summer using the Splash website, www.bathingwater.ie
The Mulranny United annual dinner dance will be held in Nevins tonight (Friday February 19) at 8pm.