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Ballina based Independent Cllr Mark Duffy has asked for the public to weigh in and have a discussion about potentially pedestrianising parts of Ballina town for a trial period.
Thirteen-year-old twin sisters - Abi and Ava Galvin - from Ballina, have been keeping themselves busy over the past few months as - along with doing their homework, they have kept themselves entertained by making videos on TikTok - after their Dad Niall Galvin, promised they could get a puppy if the videos reached 100,000 likes.
Ballina has been announced as the second ‘Sound Town’ winner of 2020, following incredible work carried out by the community to bring positive change to the town.
The Other Voices music festival which took place in Ballina at the tail end of February, saw an economic benefit of around €1.5 million in the town, it was revealed this week. The festival was headlined by David Gray and Elbow who played in St Michael’s Church in Ballina, with numerous other acts performing in venues across the town. The event was live streamed and featured in the Other Voices television show recently broadcast on RTÉ.
Irish Water and Mayo County Council wish to advise customers that a water main has burst in Ballina affecting 300 houses on Bunree Road and in Greenhills Estate.
Ballina Fringe Festival, now in its third year, will take place from Friday, October 9 to Sunday, October 18. The good news was announced this by festival organisers, who are actively planning ahead and looking forward to this year’s festival.
A Mayo based team of skilled machinists who are used to making costumes for community festivals, dramas and musicals, have changed their focus to making masks and gowns that can be worn by the community volunteers and healthcare workers providing vital services at this time.
The Ballina Salmon Festival is to be postponed - it has been announced by the Committee - following on from the Government directive this week that all major public gatherings will not take place this summer and that events with crowds of more than 5,000 will not be licensed up to the end of August.
Hopeful for an end to the Covid-19 crisis, Ballina-based Davy’s Lawnmower and Tool Hire Centre is preparing for a return to normal working with its purchase of five new Komatsu excavators to add to their construction equipment fleet.