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In 1852, the British war department bought lands at Renmore with the idea of building a new military barracks to replace the existing ones in the city, the Shambles and the Castle Barracks. These two building complexes were getting old and deteriorating and needed to be replaced. In 1880, the new barracks were built at Renmore. They were occupied by the Royal Irish Fusiliers and later by the Connaught Rangers.
As part of National Culture Night 2019, a special event was organized in the Seanscoil, Ceathrú Thaidhg in Erris when artist Gareth Kennedy gave a presentation on a project developed over the last two years on the Dún Chaocháin Peninsula. This grew out of a commission to mark the 25th anniversary of the Tír Sáile Sculpture Trail, which was part of the Mayo 5000 celebrations back in 1993.
If you are planning a weekend away or a short break and looking for the perfect destination, the answer might be closer than you think. Inis Mór, the largest island, offers spectacular landscapes, a fascinating history, and a level of tranquillity that is hard to match, all just a short boat journey away.
The Pantry at Dún na Sí has introduced two new exciting menu options, providing delicious homemade delicacies at more than reasonable prices.
The Pantry opened on the main street in Moate in 1987 and quickly became renowned for its delicious homemade meals and snacks.