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A capacity crowd watched Galway's Olive Clarke snatch the Grand Prix title at the Dun Laoghaire Show on Monday, riding John Melia's Butler's Pantry Spitfield.
TV master chef and author, Clodagh McKenna, will be the star attraction when Achill Island revives its traditional Féile Bia Na Mara, this weekend. The Achill Seafood Festival is supported by Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM), the Irish Sea Fisheries Board and Údarás na Gaeltachta.
What a Few Can Do is a photographic exhibition by Dublin-based photographer, Elaine Harvey. The exhibition is showing in Mayo County Library, Castlebar until Friday November 28.
A total of five Mayo based seafood establishments were recently awarded membership of the highly regarded Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM), the Irish Sea Fisheries Board Seafood Circle programme. BIM’s Seafood Circle recognises and awards hospitality and retail businesses that consistently deliver the highest standards of seafood and service across the three membership categories of hospitality, seafood specialist, and supermarket seafood counter. The programme aims to assist the retail and food service sectors to achieve excellent standards in the provision of seafood and encourage the use of locally sourced, sustainably fished, quality seafood. The success and growing recognition of the programme is clear from the continued growth in membership nationwide. BIM awarded 23 new members in 2009 bringing the total number of restaurants, pubs, and seafood retailers awarded membership to 155.
TV master chef and author, Clodagh McKenna, will be the star attraction when Achill Island revives its traditional Féile Bia Na Mara, this July 9 to 12.
In these difficult economic times, it is vital that Irish seafood is differentiated to protect our fishermen and to ultimately build a recognisable mark to support Irish fishermen and suppliers.