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Ballyglass House, Scardaune, Claremorris, Co Mayo, was constructed circa 1800 and offers complete privacy. This is a wonderful Regency residence situated in approximately three acres of walled gardens.
Last night (Thursday) Claremorris and District Lions Club launched their new community project named Message in a Bottle.
The team at HealthWest Community Pharmacy Ballindine are up for awards again. After being shortlisted for the JCI Ireland Friendly Business award 2011, HealthWest Community Pharmacy in Ballindine has been shortlisted in the last 100 stores in Ireland for Retail Excellence Ireland Awards 2012.
Places are filling up fast for the third annual Mayo AC 5k Summer Series Run and Walk which starts next Tuesday evening, June 19 in Lough Lannagh in Castlebar at 8pm. This popular annual event which is open to all who wish to run jog or walk is limited to 300 approx. You can enter online at www.runireland.com, but it will close at noon this Saturday June 17.
WEEE Ireland held a series of WEEE Wagon collections throughout Mayo during March and April, supported by Mayo County Council. These smaller collection days allowed people from towns and villages across the county to get rid of any household electrical equipment and batteries in a safe and environmentally friendly manner.
It is a normally a once in a lifetime thing for most people, some get a second chance at it, but for the vast majority it is a one shot deal. Getting to an All Ireland Club final is the most special occasion for anyone involved in a club. It is the pure essence of what the GAA is about, the smallest unit of the organisation, making it all the way to the greatest stage that it possibly can. While the All Ireland senior club championships have been one of the highlights of the GAA calendar for decades now, the introduction of the All Ireland championship at junior and intermediate level has brought the ability to achieve the ultimate to every club in the country which has a rutted field, a run down club house, and puts out a team into championship action every year, against the odds of modern life, the depopulation of rural Ireland, and the mass youth emigration that is currently happening across the isle.
Only 60 minutes separates Davitts from making not a little bit of history, but one that will be remembered for as long as the men from the borderline towns of Ballindine and Irishtown play football. On Sunday in Tullamore, one more win and an All Ireland final beckons for the men in black and red next month.
The annual Christmas Food Appeal has been organised once more by Claremorris and District Lions Club and will be held in the Claremorris/Ballindine area during the second weekend in December. While Christmas is a joyous occasion for most, some families will still struggle. Let us all try to ensure that they have that little bit of help this Christmas.
A Ballindine man was convicted of drink driving and given a three-year driving ban at Claremorris District Court this week.