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Following on from their epic three-day 240km run from Dublin to Mayo in April 2019, Hardy Bucks stars Peter Cassidy and Stephen Kelly don the running shoes again for a cause very close to home.
An Achill based councillor expressed his disappointment this week at the failure to mention Achill in an advertorial on the Wild Atlantic Way in a Sunday newspaper - despite the Advertorial using a large picture of Keem Bay to promote the Wild Atlantic Way in the piece.
News in Brief from around Mayo
Two projects in Mayo are going to benefit from a €700,000 investment in the county under the Outdoor Recreation Infrastructure Scheme - which is administered by Minister Michael Ring's department.
Three Mayo projects are set to see an investment of €6,481,502 between them under the Rural Regeneration and Development Fund - following an announcement made this week by Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring.
More than 60 lots with a combined value of more than €9.5m will be auctioned by O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers at its live public auction on Friday September 27 at 12 noon in the Harbour Hotel in Galway city.
Harvest banquet promises winning combination of fine food, historic house setting and stellar service
On Friday, October 4, historical Westport House will open its doors to host a Special “Taste the Island Harvest Banquet’ in association with Fáilte Ireland, with pre-dinner drinks from 7pm followed by a banquet with wine pairings at 8pm.
Immerse yourself in nineteenth-century Achill history; experience the Islandeady Rambling House at Jack’s cottage or a heritage Ceíli in Partry; take an eerie evening walk through Westport and hear the town’s dark historical stories; go whale watching at Downpatrick head. These are just some of the activities you can take part in during Heritage Week in Mayo.
The inaugural Stroll For The Soul was launched this week in Lahardane - home to the famous Neiphin Mountain.
Local tourism businesses, tourism and community group members, as well as other interested parties and individuals, took part in one of a series of Fáilte Ireland workshops last Friday to pull together stories, ideas, and opportunities that could be used to boost tourism in the area.