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The workhouse has been described as “the most feared and hated institution ever established in Ireland" and the story of these institutions has now been made available online by Mayo County Library.
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Take a quick tour though what's been going on around Mayo in our News in Breif section.
How would you like to grow your own food and share the experience with others in your family or with your friends? Well now you can, courtesy of your local library, and a new Grow it Forward programme.
Schoolchildren in Mayo are being asked to connect with their grandparents in a really special and meaningful way on Mayo Day 2020, which will be celebrated on Saturday, May 2.
Mayo County Library are offering a range of services to members from behind their closed doors at the minute.
The family of the late Dr Pádraig Carney, the legendary Mayo footballer, is to provide all his medals, some photographs, and other memorabilia, for permanent display in Mayo.
Everyone is invited to a celebration of Mayo, when Castlebar native, Michael Murphy, launches his Collected Poems in the Mayo County Library on Thursday, November 7 from 7.30pm to 9.30pm.
An initiative to encourage more parents in Mayo to read to their children has been launched by the active and healthy 0-6 years subgroup of Mayo Children and Young People’s Services Committee (CYPSC), which states that "Reading to your baby and young child has been proven to help grow their brain, grow a bond between you, and helps develop their language, emotional literacy and creativity."
Mayo author Michael Larkin is looking forward to launching his new book Making the Right Connections which depicts the story of his granduncle Thomas Larkin and his journey as an early telephone pioneer in America. The book will be launched on Monday, April 29, at 7pm in Mayo County Library in Castlebar.