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Achill Island agricultural show 2013

The lyrics of “That bonny spot called Keel” should be altered this year to “that Sunny spot called Keel”. On August 31, Keel will claim another adjective. If the Agricultural Show Committee members have their way, busy will be another word to describe the capital of Achill. The committee are currently organising the revival of the old black faced mountain sheep show of the eighties.

Cinemobile is heading back to Achill

Cinemobile, Ireland’s mobile cinema, is beginning its summer tour by visiting Achill Keel, parked at the Sandybanks car park. Cinemobile will be in Keel in Achill from Saturday, July 20 to Monday, July 22.

Achill Calendar 2014 competition

The Achill Calendar Competition, now in its fifth year, is open to all amateur digital photographers.

Achill CCTV collection

The CCTV committee wish to thank the community and friends of Achill for their wonderful response to the recent collection. There has been a generous response to date. If you have not yet contributed, you may do so by contacting your local collector or any committee member. Donations may also be made directly to the bank account at AIB Westport, account name: Achill CCTV account number: 20923-181 sort code: 93-71-69

Achill Calendar 2014 photography competition

The Achill Calendar Competition, now in its fifth year, is open to all amateur digital photographers.

Achill calendar competition

November 4 is the closing date for entry to the Achill Calendar 2013 Photography Competition.

Achill projects receive proceeds from half marathon 2010

Achill Event Management held a presentation evening within the Achill community which saw nine local projects being awarded with funding raised from the proceeds of the 2010 Achill Half Marathon.

Calendar competition

The Achill Calendar Competition is open to all amateur digital photographers. Prizes will be awarded and the best photographs will be printed in the 2012 edition of the Achill Calendar.

World record success in Achill

One thousand and fifteen musicians joined together on Keel Strand on Achill Island to break a world record for the greatest number of tin whistle players to play the same tune.

World record success in Achill

One thousand and fifteen musicians joined together on Keel Strand on Achill Island to break a world record for the greatest number of tin whistle players to play the same tune.

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