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Hello to the Mayo Advertiser readers.
Three little pigs from Mayo have been let loose on the streets of Dublin.
The future of the Sacred Heart Hospital in Castlebar has been a thorny issue that An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, has had to deal with since taking office. The Taoiseach has always expressed confidence that the facility would be retained and improved, and yesterday he laid out the plans and timeline for a new and improved Sacred Heart Home.
This first Broadhaven 10k run, jog or walk will take place on Saturday, November 8 at 1pm. All are welcome to take part in the fully insured, measured course over rolling hills and beautiful scenery, set overlooking the idyllic Broadhaven Bay. There will be parking facilities provided at Aughalasheen NS with food and refreshments after the event.
With around €3,000 raised, Muireann’s Hallowe’en Tea Party and Bake Sale was a very successful event. Organisers Marese Ward Shine and Deirdre Kelly set out to raise the money to help the Marathons4Muireann campaign, which saw Muireann’s father Declan run four marathons for three charities over two days in the hope of raising €100,000 for Temple Street Children’s Hospital, the Jack and Jill Foundation, and Brothers of Charity. To date in excess of €75,000 has been raised.
An Garda Siochana will take on the New York Police Department in a boxing tournament in The Welcome Inn Hotel, Castlebar, on Saturday, October 5. This is a long standing and prestigious fixture. The Garda team have been travelling to New York since 1986. Last year the Garda team hosted the NYPD for the first time ever. The 15 person NYPD group are travelling this year as part of the Gathering Celebrations and will be in Ireland from October 4 to 7 for the events.
This weekend will see the first event for a charity in aid of a very ill girl, with a sponsored run from Drum to Athlone Castle tomorrow afternoon, August 31.
Bord Bia has this week announced the return of Bloom, its hugely successful gardening, food, and family festival, which will take place in the Phoenix Park, Dublin, this June bank holiday weekend. Now in its seventh year, the event attracted more than 80,000 visitors last year.
Looking to sell some of your baby gear? Or maybe you are looking to buy some good quality second hand baby equipment? A sale will take place in Sandcastles Crèche in Enniscrone on Sunday November 18.
A free play activity hour for children takes place in Busy Bees, Oranmore, tomorrow at 10.30am as a way of raising awareness about the upcoming Children’s Referendum.