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A lecture on the theme of women in peace, delivered by former president of Ireland and world renowned social campaigner, Mary Robinson, is to be beamed live from South Africa to her native Ballina on Tuesday.
A large number of community buildings, local authority premises, homes and sports facilities in Mayo have been approved for funding under the 2014 Better Energy Communities and Area Projects 2014. A total of €700,000 has been allocated to projects in Mayo by the Energy Authority of Ireland for these projects which will be carried out on buildings in Ballina, Erris, Castlebar, Mayo Abbey and Ballycastle.
A major investment to improve energy efficiency in a number of homes, community buildings, sports facilities and local authority buildings, has been announced in Mayo.
Your guide to some of what’s available in Mayo this weekend on the entertainment scene.
Local historian and author Terry Reilly has penned a new play telling the stories of the Ballina men who fought and died in the trenches of World War I and the families they left behind.
The Mayo branch of Arthritis Ireland is running a six-week ‘Let’s Get Walking’ course for people living with arthritis and fibromyalgia.
Leading literary figures, the many meanings of a daisy, futuristic battles for Earth, honeyed vocals and drumming fun are all up for graps in the entertainment scene in Mayo this weekend.
Brendan ‘Bik’ McFarlane is to speak and perform in Ballina on Thursday next (May 29).
It’s all about choral music this weekend in Mayo with 33 international, national and local choirs in town for the International Choral Festival. But there’s bluegrass, Godzilla, local bands and artists, and some ballet too!
The Wild West, German novelists, an Electric Cave, and a country music extravaganza are just some of the entertainment offerings from around the county for this Bank Holiday weekend.