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Walk-in (no appointment) COVID-19 testing in Ballyhaunis on Thursday and Friday

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Additional ‘pop-up’ Covid-19 testing will be available in Ballyhaunis on Thursday June 24 and Friday June 25.

Mayo to get funding of €516,110 for additional outdoor infrastructure

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Fine Gael Spokesperson on Tourism and Sport, Deputy Alan Dillon TD, has welcomed over half a million euro being allocated to Mayo under the Additional Outdoor Infrastructure Fund.

Transplant recipient and Ballyhaunis Community School student gets second dose of Covid vaccine

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A fifth year Ballyhaunis Community School student who was the recipient of a kidney donation, was one of three teenage kidney transplant recipients to receive their second dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccination last week.

Ballyhaunis Community Vision proceeding to design phase

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Fine Gael TD for Mayo, Alan Dillon, has welcomed confirmation that the Department of Rural and Community Development has given approval for the appointment of a design team to progress Ballyhaunis Community Vision to the design phase.

Ballyhaunis Chamber launches petition to reverse BOI closure decision

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Ballyhaunis Chamber has launched a petition to try and get Bank of Ireland to change its mind on a recent announcement to close its branch in the town.

Ballyhaunis Chamber hands over funding to local Western Care

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Ballyhaunis Chamber recently handed over €2,000 to their local Western Care organisation, which was ten per cent of the total amount of money it raised through its online Christmas Lights fundraiser.

Additional accommodation for Scoil Iosa in Ballyhaunis - Dillon 

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Fine Gael TD for Mayo, Alan Dillon, has welcomed the approval of funding for additional accommodation at Scoil Iosa in Ballyhaunis. The works will offer six new classrooms and associated facilities. In particular, funding is approved for four new classrooms, three special education teacher rooms, two special education needs classrooms and a water closet for assisted users. Deputy Dillon said: "It will be of enormous benefit to the almost 200 boys and over 150 girls attending the school. While increasing overall capacity at the Ballyhaunis school, it also importantly increases the special education infrastructure at primary level in east Mayo. This is the second school in Mayo to receive additional accommodation this year. Last month, additional accommodation in the form of a Special Education Needs classroom was approved for Derrywash NS outside Castlebar."

Ballyhaunis inclusion project wins Volunteer Ireland Award

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South West Mayo Development Company and Mayo Volunteer Centre are delighted to announce that Ballyhaunis Inclusion Project has won a Volunteer Ireland 2020 award in recognition of its work supporting people living in direct provision in Ballyhaunis and connecting asylum seekers with the local community.

Ballyhaunis Community School benefits from funding for integration projects - Dillon

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Ballyhaunis Community School in Mayo will benefit from funding to support integration projects during the pandemic, Fine Gael TD Alan Dillon has said.

Ballyhaunis regain the title from Tooreen

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Nine points from Keith Higgins inspired Ballyhaunis to a three point victory over local rivals Tooreen in the Mayo Senior Hurling Championship Final in Adrian Freeman Memorial Park on Saturday evening.

 

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