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Mayo Fine Gael TD, Alan Dillon, has expressed disappointment with the response received from the Irish Rail CEO in relation to the Kilnageer level crossing, which he said fails to address his concerns as well as those of the local community and road users from the Breaffy and Belcarra areas.
Breaffy native Andrew Walsh has done his fair share of travelling over the years through his work as a chef in a number of top restaurants across the globe.
Fine Gael Cllr Cyril Burke has written to Irish Water and Mayo County Council asking for the provision for a sewage link to Corheens in Breaffy as part of the works during the development of the N5, which is set to start construction in September.
The elected members of the Castlebar Municipal District have requested to meet Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) on site in Breaffy, to show them the necessity for a major reduction in the speed limit on the N60, that passes through the village.
The elected members of the Castlebar Municipal District will hold a special meeting to discuss the issue surrounding the potential lowering of the speed limit around Breaffy village.
Second stage of Breaffy sewerage scheme in doubt unless residents sign up to phase one - warns Burke
Fine Gael councillor, Cyril Burke, has called on residents in Breaffy, Castlebar, to sign up for the new sewerage scheme in the village before the deadline closes on Monday, April 1, warning that otherwise, the second stage of the scheme may not go ahead.
The countdown is on to this year’s Valentine’s Candlelight Ball, which takes place in Breaffy House Hotel on Saturday, February 16, in aid of Western Care Association.
The FAI’s Chief Executive John Delaney has been announced as the guest speaker for the 19th annual Valentine’s Candlelight Ball which is taking place in Breaffy House Resort on Saturday, February 16, in aid of Western Care Association.
The hard hitting Road Satety Road "how, which educates teens about the terrible consequences of road carnage, will return to Mayo in February.
After many years of dedicated fundraising activities and events, the students in St Anthony’s Special School, Castlebar, have at last taken delivery of their new specially adapted wheelchair accessible school bus.