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Irish Water, working in partnership with Mayo County Council, has commenced works in Charlestown as part of a €19 million investment in the Killala, Foxford and Charlestown Sewerage Scheme.
Bernard O’Hara, author of the book Exploring Mayo, will deliver the next lecture in a series of lectures currently under way in Charlestown Library on Thursday, January 17 at 7.30pm.
Top Oil, one of Ireland’s leading fuel services provider, has officially opened its latest forecourt station in Charlestown, County Mayo - as well as a new Top Oil Network Fuel Card site in Cornamona, County Galway. The new site openings will provide a boost to local employment and the local economies in both areas, bringing a wide range of amenities to the two locations in Charlestown and Cornamona.
Charlestown director/writer/producer Alan Mulligan has been named as the recipient of the Film Mayo Tyrone Guthrie bursary for 2018.
In Sight is an exhibition of cross-disciplinary art work at Charlestown Arts Centre by artists associated with renowned Galway-based performance company, Macnas. The exhibition opens on Sunday, December 3 and runs until Friday, December 22.
Thirty new jobs came on stream last Friday with the opening of Charlestown Service Station, conveniently located on the N17 just off the N5.
More than 200 vintage tractors, cars, bikes, lorries and trucks took part in the annual Eugene McLoughlin Charlestown Memorial Run in August this year. The event is etched into the calendar at Charlestown coming in as the second largest event of its kind in Ireland. The committee, made up of family and friends of the late Mr McLoughlin, have their eyes set on it becoming the largest event of its kind in Ireland in August 2017.
If you are a man over the age of 55 and would like to get more physically active and fit, then why not join Men on the Move. The group meets every Tuesday night at 7pm in the CBD Sports Complex, for more information call (094) 9255420.
Last week’s Claudio’s Takeaway Charlestown Athletic FC 50/50 weekly draw winner held in McLoughlin’s Bar, Charlestown was Michael Muldowney, c/o McLoughlin’s Bar, winning €400. Catriona McLoughlin was the winner of the €20 in-house draw. Also, the winner of a a free 12” Claudio’s Takeaway Pizza was Philip Craig. They also gave away two tickets to a Republic of Ireland home international at the Aviva Stadium, Dublin, before Euro 2016 and the winner was Noel Seery.
Twenty years on from what was one of the most epic battles in Mayo club championship history, when Garrymore and Charlestown engaged in a four game classic in the county senior quarter-final that the south Mayo men finally won after 300 minutes of football, the sides will kick-start their 2015 championship campaigns against each other in Garrymore on Sunday. That series has gone down in folklore in Mayo football and there is even one man who played in that series for Charlestown still lining out today, with Aidan Higgins back for another year with the east Mayo men.