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Thirteen angling clubs and organisations in Mayo have received funding for projects from Inland Fisheries Ireland.
The campaign to establish a River Moy Trust is to gain momentum with the hosting of an information evening in Ballina’s Mount Falcon Hotel on Sunday, November 29, from 7pm to 9pm. The initiative is being co-ordinated by the River Moy Catchment Association, a voluntary group that represents stakeholders committed to improving the ecology, fisheries, and wildlife of all waterways in the Moy catchment.
Ballina Arts Centre’s ongoing literary series The Moy Sessions continues this evening, Friday, with a reading by two Mayo-based writers, poet Geraldine Mitchell and novelist Elizabeth Reape at 8pm.
Mayo Fine Gael TD Michelle Mulherin has said this week that €480,000 funding is being sought to build a flood barrier at Bachelors Walk in Ballina to prevent flooding from the River Moy. The news comes following a meeting of Deputy Mulherin, Junior Minister with Special responsibility for the OPW Simon Harris, and Mayo County Council officials.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny opened the Admiral Brown Promenade in Foxford on Saturday.
A further €350,000 has been announced for work on Ballina’s greenway - the Monasteries of the Moy.
The people of Ballina will get their chance to engage with the Office of Public Works when they host a public consultation day next month in Ballina in relation to a draft flood risk map for the town. The consultation day will take place on Tuesday November 11 at the civic offices in Ballina, where members of the public can meet with officials from the OPW and experts from the specialist consultant, JBA Consulting, who will also be in attendance.
More than 160 supercars, worth as estimated €25 million, are roaring into the Quay Village, Ballina, tomorrow at 12.30pm for the first Canonball stopover in the town.
Despite challenging conditions for angling, 271 salmon were caught on the Moy last week.