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Summer is here and school’s out; so why not enrol your child in the Summer Reading adventure at Westport Library?
Westport Credit Union is delighted to launch the Big Film Challenge, which offers local schools, clubs, teams, groups and societies the chance to win equipment to the value of €1,200.
Adults and children alike will be treated to an incredible outdoor theatrical line-up at Westport House this summer with two shows, Gangsta Granny, July 18, and Wuthering Heights, July 20, taking place at 7pm on both nights.
After being part of an electoral area that was almost as big as some counties for the past half-a-decade, Westport has returned to a more traditional electoral area shape after the jettisoning of the Belmullet area, to go it alone for the elections.
An early goal from Jesper Frisch saw Westport United take the points and move three points clear at the top of the Super League last weekend in United Park.
Chairman Eoin McDonnell and the committee of Westport Food Festival regret that for a combination of reasons the festival will not be going ahead in 2019.
Win a House in Westport, the first fundraiser of its kind on the west coast of Ireland, has been launched by Westport GAA. This fundraising campaign is offering one lucky person the life-changing chance to win a four-bedroom detached home worth €325,000 for just €100, in the much-loved west of Ireland seaside town.
After his sell-out tour of Ireland last year, Johnny Cash tribute performer, Terry Lee Goffee, is delighted to be returning to Westport Town Hall on Friday, March 1.
Irish Water, working in partnership with Mayo County Council, has commenced works in Charlestown as part of a €19 million investment in the Killala, Foxford and Charlestown Sewerage Scheme.
Calls were made this week for Mayo County Council to engage with NAMA over the condition of Market Lane in Westport. The laneway, which links the Mill Street car park in the town with Bridge Street, has been the scene of a number of trips and falls by members of the public, it was alleged, at the January meeting of the West Mayo Municipal District.