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The newly revamped Castlebar Adventure Duathlon on Saturday March 14 was launched at the shores of Lough Lannagh recently by the noted endurance man Gerry Duffy, Gerry Duffy is no stranger to adventure racing and has competed on the circuit many a time, also there to lend her support was Joanne Grehan, CEO of Mayo Local enterprise, stating that this event will be huge for Castlebar.
Young people in Mayo have a new service to support them when it comes to mental health and wellbeing.
There will be plenty of colour, music, and dancing on the streets of Castlebar this St Patrick’s Day.
Allure Hair and Beauty has a great 10 per cent offer for local businesses in Market Square in Castlebar and Ballina. The award winning salon offers the 10 per cent discount to all employees and employers in the Market Square district in each town. All you have to do is to name your place of work to avail of the offer (it cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotional offer).
A amalgamation of a number of anti-austerity groups have planned a protest in Castlebar to coincide with the Fine Gael national convention taking place in the town next weekend.
Excitement is starting to build, as the Mayo and District Motorsport club has announced that the Mayo Stages Rally will take place on Sunday, March 8 in various locations around North Mayo.
This family fun day out will remember Jimmy and Anne Moran and will take place tomorrow, February 7, from 1pm to 4pm in Scoil Padraig, Market Square, Ballina. The event will then move to Ballina Sports and Leisure Centre at 5.30pm, where there will be a legends basketball exhibition game. The event will wrap up in Ballina Rugby Club where there will be a celebration of music from 9pm. All donations and proceeds will go to Cancer Care West, Ballina Order of Malta, and Scoil Padraig, Ballina.
The newly revamped Castlebar Adventure Duathlon on Saturday, March 14 will be the first of the adventure duathlons to take place in the west this year. Mayo is leading the way in promoting adventure racing and run bike run events, all the bigger towns promote some form of open outdoor adventure and with Destination Mayo being recently set up as a way of attracting more outdoor pursuit people to the county, these events fall in to line in what the county is trying to achieve in tourism.
Two major anti Irish Water protests are scheduled to take place in both Castlebar and Ballina tomorrow afternoon as part of the national day of protest. The marches are follow ups to the major demonstration which took place in Dublin three weeks ago. In Castlebar the march, which is being organised by the Mayo Says No group, will see protesters meet at Market Square in the town, before marching around the county town. The Ballina protest march will meet at the Diamond’s Car Park on Bury Street at 1.30pm and will leave the car park at 2pm processing through the heart of the town.