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Aware, Ireland’s leading organisation providing support, education and information services around depression and bipolar disorder, today announced that the new Relatives and Friends Programme will be available to the people of Mayo this October. The free programme, six hours over the course of four weeks, aims to provide helpful information about depression and bipolar disorder, provide practical advice, and address the challenges faced each day when supporting a loved one experiencing depression or bipolar disorder.
There was great excitement and fun at Western Care’s St. Rita’s residential home, Claremorris, recently, when the six members of the Tuam-based super group, The Saw Doctors, visited to launch the 10th annual Kathleen Conneely Charity Walk on Clare Island for Western Care Association local services. The group’s evocative song, Clare Island, penned by Leo Moran and Dave Carlton, is an enduring anthem that evokes the idyllic beauty and scenery of Clew Bay and Clare Island and the peace experienced by all visitors to the area.
One of the highlights of the MADRA calendar, the annual MADRA Dogathon, will take place this Sunday May 14 at 1pm.
The Darkness into Light 5k walk will take place on May 6, starting at the Athlone Town Stadium.
DeCare’s 15th Annual Sport a Smile Fun Run/ Walk is taking place in Claremorris on Sunday, August 28 at 11am. Normally a five mile race from the centre of the town, this year’s race will be a chip timed 8k race on Sunday morning, starting from near the athletic track on the Balla Road and finishing with one lap of the track. The new 8km route will be a good challenge for runners and walkers alike and it is also part of the Mayo AC 2016 Vodafone C&C cellular club league.
emorial Walk on Sunday September 11.
The committee of Cycle for ACT are proud to announce details of Cycle for ACT 2016. Now in its second year, this hugely popular 55k and 100k cycle will take place in Tuam, Co Galway on Sunday April 17 to raise awareness and funds for the national charity ACT for Meningitis, to help them continue to save lives through awareness and offer support to anyone in Ireland affected by meningitis.
A large crowd gathered in the Ballina Manor Hotel, Mayo, as Pieta House launched Mayo’s Darkness Into Light 2016 (DIL 2016) series of events in association with Electric Ireland. Joan Freeman, founder of Pieta House, was joined by Kevin Molloy from Electric Ireland, former Rose of Tralee Maria Walsh, along with members of local organisations and volunteers from across the county to launch DIL which is now in its eighth year.