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The Phoenix Park is buzzing in anticipation of Bord Bia’s Bloom festival which will celebrate its thirteenth year from May 30 to June 3. Cois Na Trá Plants from Ballycroy in North West Mayo and five Mayo food and drink producers will be among those featured at this year’s event.
Irish politics needs more women. With the upcoming Local Elections, we are presented with a great opportunity to expand the number of women involved, especially as, currently, the national average of women’s representation at local councils is at 21 per cent.
Bord Bia is hosting a training workshop in Galway next month specially designed for those who wish to sell at farmers’ markets. Developed by Bord Bia, ‘ Skills Training for Selling at Farmers’ Markets’ is open to Irish food, drink, seafood and horticulture producers and is aimed at both existing stall holders and first-time producers.
Forestry owners, timber contractors and hauliers will earn €288,000,000 in Mayo by 2035
Why not get a head start and master your maths problems now? The school year is moving fast, so now is a great time to get to work on your maths.
The Shamrock Lodge Hotel is the venue in which to be on Sunday, February 17, as the Ronan Collin's Showband Show entertains a reminiscing audience for one night only.
On Tuesday November 13, at 8pm, at the Mick Lally Theatre, One Two One Two present their award-winning fusion of pop music and theatre, Recovery, starring Peter Coonan from Love/Hate.
Bord Bia, Ireland’s food board, has appointed Moycullen native Ailish Forde as Director of Markets where she will implement Bord Bia’s new Plan to Grow framework across all overseas markets. Previously, Ms Forde led the food and beverage division as Food and Beverage Strategy and Planning Director.
Due to phenomenal demand for the ‘Young at Heart’ event, a further date has been added this December at the Shamrock Lodge Hotel. With six dates all sold out, book now for our seventh and final date on Thursday, December 6!
TO MARK 30 years of the Galway Film Fleadh, the festival has announced What the Fleadh?!, a new, dedicated late night strand, featuring movies that are strange, scary, or fantastical.