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Bishops in the west of Ireland have been re-assured that the Council for the West will continue to lobby for employment creation throughout the region.
Balla No Name Club is hosting a gathering on Sunday, June 9, 2.30pm in the grounds of the Church of Ireland Holy Trinity Church in Balla.
Clerics in Co Mayo blessed the county’s roads in a novel ceremony aimed at reducing the number of people who die in traffic accidents each year over the Easter weekend. The campaign comes after Gardaí expressed serious concern over a rise in road deaths in the west over the past two years which runs contrary to the downward trend nationally. Single vehicle crashes involving male drivers in random locations constituted the largest number of fatalities in the region last year, while overall deaths in the region had risen from a low in 2010. Speeding in 80km/h and 100km/h zones had been identified as a major factor in fatalities in the west.
Clerics in Co Mayo will bless the county’s roads in a novel ceremony aimed at reducing the number of people who die in traffic accidents each year over the Easter weekend.
A number of Castlebar councillors have called on the NRA to put in a number of right hand turning junctions on the N5 between Castlebar and Turlough. Cllr Michael Kilcoyne raised the issue through a notice of motion, looking for traffic calming measures to be put in place at the turn into the Abbeybreaffy nursing home for those travelling from Castlebar. Cllr Kilcoyne told the meeting, “I’m not looking for the road to be widened, it’s wide enough as it is. All it will cost is the gallon of paint to put the markings down on the road.” His motion received universal support from the other members, with Cllr Henry Kenny asking that consideration also be given to something similar to the turn into the Church of Ireland church in Turlough a few miles further out the road.
The board of management of one primary school in Westport town has expressed its outrage at virtual exclusion from the current national survey of primary schools. Holy Trinity School is referred to by the unrecognisable title of “WESTPORT 2 NS, Newtown” causing confusion to parents completing the survey. Parents cannot even identify the school by “Newport Road” – instead of a road name, the address is given as “Newtown”.
The Annual Remembrance Day Mass for Mayo, will take place in the Church of the Holy Rosary, Castlebar at 12pm, on Sunday, November 11. The annual Armistice Day wreath laying ceremony will take place in the Mayo Peace Park, at 1.30pm, immediately after the mass. The special guest speaker for the occasion is the Rt, Rev Patrick Rooke, the Church of Ireland, Bishop of Tuam, and Killala and Achonry. Everyone is invited to attend these events.
The Annual Remembrance Day Mass for Mayo will take place in the Church of the Holy Rosary, Castlebar, at 12 noon, on Sunday November 11.
The Western Family History Association will host a talk entitled ‘Church of Ireland Records and Family History Research’ at its next meeting, which will take place in the Claregalway Hotel on Wednesday November 14 at 8.15pm.
Colaiste Iognaid is 150 years at its Sea Road site this year, and as part of the celebrations, an international education conference is being held at the Connemara Coast Hotel, Furbo this weekend.