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Siamsa Seipeil, now in its eighth year, is delighted to welcome Phil Coulter, composer, producer and performer to Swinford. “Phil is the best-selling artist of his generation. He has written at least four titles that can be added to the ‘Irish songbook’ – the anthems ‘The Town I Loved So Well’ and ‘Ireland’s Call’ and the haunting ‘Scorn not his Simplicity’ and ‘Steal Away’. This is a unique opportunity to see a world-class artist in the unique and intimate venue that is Swinford Church.” Tickets are available now – and will sell quickly. Buy now, to avoid disappointment, online at www.swinfordgaa.ie and in the real world in O’Connell’s Pharmacy, The Gateway Hotel & Mellett’s newsagents. Or call Mick at 0876837564
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Don't miss out on what is going on in your area this week.
Tomorrow is St Patrick's Day and throughout the county, community groups and organisations are busy putting the final preparations to a busy weekend of fun and activities. We have put together the details of some of the parades and events taking place around the county this weekend.
Swinford St Patrick's Day parade
A fundraiser takes place this weekend in Swinford for a local man whose life changed forever after a fall at his home. John Doyle, then in his early 20s, fell on the stairs of his house, and endured life changing injuries. An expectant father at the time, John is now confined to a wheelchair and has lost the ability to speak.
There's lots going on around Mayo in the next few weeks and there's something for everyone, so why not check out what's happening in our Community Diary.
Mayo Organic Group
Swinford Camera Club