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To coincide with this year’s Operation Transformation the Mayo Sports Partnership made a call for communities, clubs, groups throughout the county to get involved in a five week activity campaign. More than 25 groups have registered with the partnership, with the campaign kicking off locally with the five Mayo Operation Transformation Walks in Ballina, Belmullet, Castlebar, Claremorris, and Westport on Saturday last.
Pharmacy group Lloyds, which has two branches in Mayo, in Westport and Claremorris, has launched a new, free, eight-week healthy living programme.
Staff of the Kavanagh Group recently celebrated the huge feat of raising over €100,000 as a part of their Help Us Help Others campaign for the purchase of the site for new hospice facility in Castlebar. The funds were presented to the Mayo Roscommon Hospice at a special event in The Wyatt Hotel. The money was collected through the tireless efforts of the management, staff and communities of Kavanagh’s SuperValu Westport, Castlebar, Claremorris and Kiltimagh. The significant donation will fund the purchase of the site for the new hospice care facility in Castlebar.
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Worried about that extra weight? Thinking about getting more active? Want to improve your overall health and wellbeing?
Holidaying at home is an increasingly popular trend and one which Mayo hoteliers and tourist attractions have being benefiting from this summer. However there is scope to improve on what was a lucrative 2012 summer. As Mayo’s reputation of a family-friendly destination continues to grow at home, more work needs to be done to attract European and British visitors landing at Ireland West Airport Knock into Mayo.
Are you worried about that extra weight, or thinking about getting more active? Do you want to improve your overall health and wellbeing?
The Mayo League last week announced the appointment of Claremorris manager Michael Hutton as the new manager of the Mayo League team for its upcoming Oscar Traynor campaign. Joining Hutton’s backroom team is Paul Ginty who will take on the role of fitness coach/trainer and Paul Byrne who will be one of the coaches. Tommy Rumley will be the kit manager with Padraig McHale the team liaison officer. Mayo have been drawn in a three team group including the Roscommon League and the Sligo Leitrim League.
Since winning the Network Mayo Business Awards, Sandra Hart, director of European affairs BNI, goes from strength to strength in the west of Ireland.