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Croagh Patrick improvement works approved by councillors

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The elected members of Mayo County Council have agreed that the council will spend €120,000 required for match funding of €480,000 from the government, in order to carry out improvement works on the trail to the summit of Croagh Patrick.

Hardy Bucks stars don running shoes again for Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation

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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.

New car park for Croagh Patrick needed

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A second car park is needed in Murrisk to deal with the amount of people climbing Croagh Patrick, it was claimed this week.

Closure of all public car parks at beaches in the county announced

The Easter Bank Holiday weekend - which starts today - normally marks a time that Mayo sees a massive influx of visitors to the county. However, due to the Covid-19 crisis and travel restrictions, fears have been expressed this week that the county could see an increase of people travelling to Mayo to use holiday homes.

Lockdown views: Aisleen Clarke

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"I am looking forward to visiting family and friends. I miss my little nephews (aged one and four) and my parents. I’d be hiking up Croagh Patrick in the good weather with my parents and I miss being able to call into them. I’m looking forward to going out on my motorbike, going dancing, hitting the gym, and getting back to my pole dancing classes, and gymnastics.

RedC report highlights importance of Ireland West Airport to local Mayo economy

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Newly published research carried out by RedC Research has highlighted the critically important role the airport plays in delivering visitors to the counties.

Wellness in Your Sport seminar next week

Wellness in Your Sport is an evening of short talks by three experts, Caroline Brosnihan (nutritionist to the Mayo senior team), Andrew O'Brien (physiotherapist and keen runner), and the keynote speaker will be consultant orthopaedic and trauma surgeon, Paul O'Grady, on Wednesday June 8 at 7.30pm in the Tennis Club in Castlebar.

 

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