Search Results for 'Lahardane'

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Covid-19 Community Diary

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A large number of community organisations have stepped up to the plate to help out those in need during the Covid-19 outbreak - in this weeks Community Diary we have listed a number of htem.

Three bed terraced home in lovely Lahardane

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Location, location, location is the most important thing in buying a property.

Lahardane gets ready to Shine a Light

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The community of Lahardane is getting ready to shine a little bit more light on their picturesque village at the foot of Nephin this Christmas.

GP to take up Lahardane post - Mulherin

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Senator Michelle Mulherin has welcomed confirmation that Dr Enda Loftus will take up the GP position in Lahardane on February 1, 2020.

Three bed terraced home in lovely Lahardane

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This attractive three bedroom, three bathroom terraced house located at number three The Fairgreens in the lovely village of Lahardane, is a must view.

Mulherin seeks answers from HSE over Lahardane GP service

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Fine Gael Ballina based Senator, Michelle Mulherin, has said she is seeking clarification from HSE management as to its plans to provide a permanent GP service for Lahardane, following the retirement of the local doctor in 2018.

Lahardane gets ready for Harvest Festival

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Lahardane is gearing up to celebrate its annual Harvest Fair next week — the festival on the traditional fair day is one of the oldest in Mayo with a history stretching back over 100 years.

Stroll for the Soul launched in Lahardane

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The inaugural Stroll For The Soul was launched this week in Lahardane - home to the famous Neiphin Mountain.

Widening of bottleneck on main Crossmolina and Lahardane Road long overdue – Gill

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Fine Gael Local Election Candidate from Crossmolina, Kieran Gill, has raised concerns about a stretch of road at Castlehill on the R315 between Crossmolina and Lahardane.

Brave Lahardane pipped at the post by Westmeath men

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They looked down and out with three minutes to go in normal time, trailing by four points and playing with a man less - but there was still fight left in Lahardane. A fight born from the bonds of brotherhood, community and pride that you find in small clubs, where fighting for survival is in their blood.

 

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