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Mayo Mountain Rescue honoured by President Higgins

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Members of Mayo Mountain Rescue were recently honoured as guests of President Michael D Higgins and his wife at a garden party in Áras an Uachtaráin. The occasion was to acknowledge the hard work done by all the voluntary rescue services in Ireland.

Open garden

Sally's mountain home garden at Bohea, Liscarney, Westport, will be open on Tuesday August 14 from 11am to 4pm.

Clew Bay half Marathon 2012

The second annual Clew Bay half marathon will take place on Saturday August 4.

Tochar Phádraig Pilgrim Walk

The Tochar Phádraig Pilgrim Walk from Ballintubber Abbey to Croagh Patrick takes place on Sunday July 29 departing the Abbey at 8.30am. A back up car will accompany all the walkers to the end at Murrisk.

Pilgrim walk

The  Tochar Phádraig Pilgrim Walk will take place on Saturday June 30. It will depart from Ballintubber Abbey from 8.30am and continue on its journey to Croagh Patrick.

The Climb For Life

The Climb for Life, a climb of Croagh Patrick to increase awareness of the right to life from conception until natural death, will take place on Saturday May 5.

Croagh Patrick Heritage Trail

Come join the Croagh Patrick Heritage Trail Walking Festival from Friday March 23 to Sunday March 25.

Challenge the Greenway

Back in 2007 Johnny Oosten came up with an idea. This idea centred primarily around creating awareness and raising vital funds for children with autism in Ireland by means of the Croagh Patrick Seven Day in a Row Challenge. Five years on he has certainly achieved that, having raised more than half a million euro (€534,000) for the cause. (www.croaghpatrickchallenge.com)

World record raises €10,245 on Croagh Patrick

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Six months after the world record breaking day the 11 climbers and their support team got to celebrate the magnificent achievement at Campbell’s Bar, Murrisk.

Westport councillor claims events on Reek are destroying it

Westport Fine Gael Councillor John O’Malley has criticised the number of activity events which are taking place on the Reek claiming it is “destroying the mountain” with the amount of stones falling from the excessive use.

 

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