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An allocation of €500,000 for the Lecanvey to Bertra section of the Clew Bay Trail was announced by the Government this week and marks some major progress in the development of the new tourist amenity which is designed to cater for pedestrians, cyclists and visitors to the county.
The community in Lecanvey have come up with a proposal that could see the wear and tear on the traditional pilgrimage path on Croagh Patrick halved. The West Mayo Municipal District held their march meeting in the Lecanvey Communty Centre and before the meeting got going, they were briefed on the proposal by members of the Lecanvey Community Centre Committee
Mayo is to become a focal point of cycling interest this summer when the An Post Rás comes to the county, with two stages finishing in Mayo, one in Newport and the other in Ballina. Newport will host the finish of stage four of the race on Thursday May 21, and will host the start of the next stage the following day which will wind through northwest Mayo before finishing in Ballina.
Internationally acclaimed novelist Marsha Mehran has been found dead in an apartment in Lecanvey.
Gardaí are not treating as suspicious the death of a woman whose body was discovered in an apartment in Lecanvey on Wednesday.
Zumba classes feature exotic rhythms set to high energy Latin and international beats. All you have to do is copy the easy dance moves to the rhythmic music of salsa, merengue, bachatta, reggeton, rock, etc. Before you know it, you will be getting fit, burning calories, and your energy levels will be soaring, and it is easy to do, effective, and totally exhilarating.
Three brothers will cycle 713km in memory of their sister, Niamh Kelly Coughlan, who was a frequent visitor to the Louisburgh area, over five days from July 30 to August 3. They will be coming west on Wednesday, July 31 and then going through Louisburgh on to Limerick.
Mick Hanley was recently speaking on the John Murray radio show on RTE1 about the state of the nation and how difficult it was to get communities together and keep them upbeat in recessionary times. One obvious way of doing this was to put on a concert. “I thoroughly enjoy playing in small villages, getting the locals together and trying to put a smile on their faces,” he said. This was ‘music to the ears’ of the Lecanvey Community Centre committee who had been thinking of putting on a concert for a while. The committee approached Mick Hanley to see if he would put on a concert in St Patrick’s Church in Lecanvey and he said he would be delighted. The fundraising concert will go ahead tomorrow evening, Saturday, December 15 at 8.30pm.
On November 26 from 2pm to 9pm, and on Sunday 27 from 11am to 4pm, there will be a Christmas fair in Lecanvey Community Centre.
Angelea Murphy is trying to trace her family roots — the Sammon family.