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Titanic show comes to Belmullet

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Titanic show a massive hit in Crossmolina Festival

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A new Irish music, song and drama show about the Titanic was a massive hit, when it was staged during the Crossmolina Festival at Enniscoe House. It was standing room only at the sold out Heritage show by the newly formed Conners performance group for their production of the Titanic themed The Emigrants’ Farewell.

Welcome for bilingual Titanic Commemorative plaque

Sinn Féin councillor Thérèse Ruane, has welcomed the decision at last week’s town council meeting to erect the Titanic commemorative plaque for the Addergoole Fourteen at Castlebar Railway Station in English and Irish, reversing a previous decision to erect the sign in English only.

Fundraising for guide dogs

The Nephin View Restoration group is holding a fundraising day in aid of the Guide Dogs for the Blind in Leonard’s Field/Lounge, Lahardane, Ballina, on Sunday October 9 from 3.30pm.

Lahardane bell tolling in memory of Titanic sinking

Ninety-nine years ago this weekend, 14 young emigrants from a tiny Mayo village under Nephin mountain bid their families and friends a bittersweet farewell. They were off to America, but first they had to walk the 12 miles over the Windy Gap, from Lahardane to Castlebar, before catching the first of many trains in order to reach Cobh.

Harvest Day in Lahardane

The Nephin View Restoration group is having an Irish Harvest Day and threshing display, in aid of Guide Dogs for the Blind, in Leonard’s field, Lahardane, on Sunday October 3 starting at 3pm.

Windy and bendy gap a death trap

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The road from Castlebar to Lahardane at the Windy Gap is a death trap according to Mayo County Council and Castlebar Town Council election candidate Cllr Blackie Gavin.


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