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The booking deadline for Mayo’s Sunrise Summit Challenge is fast approaching. All individuals, families and teams looking to join the annual Irish Red Cross charity event are asked to sign up by Tuesday, March 31.
Witness the sunrise from Mayo’s highest peaks by trekking Mayo’s Mweelrea on behalf of the Irish Red Cross. The annual Irish Red Cross Sunrise Summit Challenge takes place on Sunday April 12, raising funds on behalf of vulnerable communities in Ireland and overseas.
Knitwear is a must have addition to your wardrobe and overall look in 2015.
Tourism Ireland has teamed up with ITV and Northern Ireland-born television presenter and celebrity, Christine Bleakley, for a new, six-part, television series highlighting the Wild Atlantic Way.
DANGEROUS JOURNEYS, complicated love lives, actors dragged out of retirement, and finding a supernanny for a naughty little boy - it is all happening on screen for the Galway Film Society’s autumn/winter season.
A cycle challenge along the spectacular Great Western Greenway is taking place on March 29 to raise funds for a much needed dedicated cystic fibrosis (CF) unit at Mayo General Hospital.
Nevins is one of the oldest premises in the area and was established in the early 1800s. Situated on the main N59 road between Newport and Mulranny, it enjoys scenic Clew Bay and Nephin mountain views. Nevins’ cosy front bar is an ideal location to kickback and enjoy a drink by the fire. Drop in and enjoy their fresh home-made food in their spacious lounge. At Nevins they endeavour to cater for all our customers’ dietary needs with a wide selection of specials on a daily basis. They have an extensive bar food menu which is available daily from 9.30am to 9.00pm.
A challenging lighthouse redevelopment project has been completed on one of the most testing sites on the Irish Atlantic coast. The Commissioners of Irish Lights (CIL) has completed a reconstruction and modernisation project at Eagle Island Lighthouse in Mayo, a landmark lighthouse safeguarding Ireland’s northwest coast.
The announcement this week of the redrafting of the EU constituencies for next year’s European Parliament elections has seen Mayo included in the new Midlands, North and West four seat constituency which stretches all the way from the Atlantic coast to the Irish Sea. Ireland has lost one seat in the parliament thanks to the accession of Croatia to the European Union, which has led to the redrawing of the boundaries and a reduction in a number of constituencies from four to three.
It has to end sometime. But not just yet, as Mayo's wait to stand on top of the mountain goes on for another year at least. There were no excuses from James Horan afterwards as he explained: "We had enough ball to win the game today. We just made too many mistakes, too many turnovers. I think it's that straightforward."