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Nine shops are getting ready to do battle on the catwalk at a novel fundraising event that is sure to appeal to fashion followers.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny, TD, has confirmed that the planning application is to proceed for a new Mayo Roscommon Hospice facility in Castlebar. The new 14 bed facility, which is to be located at Knockaphunta in Castlebar will also provide a day care service, a base for the Hospice home-care team and accommodation for families who wish to remain overnight and is to be developed in conjunction with the HSE.
When I was growing up, there was huge fear, fear of 'The Big C'. Cancer would drive my mother to bless herself. She couldn't say the word.”
The best of Mayo’s food produce will be showcased at a fundraising event by the Chefs of Mayo on Thursday March 6, in Breaffy House Hotel.
Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation is looking for walking and adventure enthusiasts to trek part of one of the world’s most famous and oldest pilgrim paths through the French and Spanish countryside as part of its Trek 4 Hospice campaign.
Get into the Christmas spirit this year by joining runners of all shapes and sizes for the fun and festive 5km Christmas Jumper Run on Saturday December 14, Lough Lannagh, Castlebar.
On Wednesday representatives from HSE West and Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation met to sign the contract with the preferred bidder for the new refurbishment and extension works for the female ward at Ballina District Hospital.
A very special performance of Handel’s Messiah will take place on Sunday, December 8 at 7pm, in the Church of the Holy Rosary, Castlebar, with all proceeds going to Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation. It will be hosted by RTÉ’s Mary Kennedy, and feature internationally renowned soloists, Regina Nathan, Ann Marie Gibbons, Eamon Mulhall, and Owen Gilhooley. The Celtic Concert Orchestra and a choir of almost 100 local choristers will perform in what promises to be a truly wonderful event.
A life-long volunteer from Mayo has been shortlisted for the Charity Hero Award, a national prize honouring individuals who have made an exceptional contribution to good causes.
Following the success of last year’s hospice campaign by the staff of Kavanaghs SV in raising €60k for Mayo Roscommon Hospice, this year’s campaign is gathering momentum with almost €70k raised to date. The overall target to raise €100k is specifically to buy the site for the foundations new specialist palliative care unit in Castlebar. On Friday November 1, the Kavanagh Group head office team are organising The Cube for Hospice, based on the popular TV game-show.