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A community group in Ballinrobe has applied to Mayo County Council for planning permission to develop a state-of-the-art, €1.5 million, town hall facility.
A dedicated voluntary committee in Ballinrobe has launched an ambitious new plan to develop a €1.5 million state-of-the-art town hall facility for the town, complete with a 408-seat auditorium.
Mayo Athletic Club’s new Move to Improve series has proven to be very successful in helping its members improve on their fitness levels and race times, according to organisers at the club.
Members of the Ballinrobe public are invited to attend a public consultation meeting as part of the efforts to restore a town hall facility to the town.
By Frances Toner
Brendan Hession (Mayo AC) has been in great form recently and claimed a clear victory in Claremorris DeCare Dental five mile race in a time of 29:33, with clubmate Patrick Walsh second in a time of 31:01.
Judge Mary Devins found that the prosecution had proven the case against two men who were charged in their absence at Castlebar District Court this week arising from an incident at the funeral of an infant in Claremorris.
A 36-year-old Sligo man with a number of previous public order convictions escaped a prison sentence at Castlebar District Court when he was give 200 hours’ community service in lieu of two consecutive three-month prison sentences.
The popular Race of the South Walderstown, Athlone takes place on Saturday and Sunday July 14 and 15 at Walderstown. This is the 13th race that has been run on this circuit, and the event has attracted all the top competitors in motorcycling over the years. This year is no different with the Dunlop Bros, Ryan Farquhar, Derek Sheils, Paul Robinson, Michael Sweeney, Jamie Hamilton, and Alan Kenny to name but a few; Westmeath competitors Derek McGee, Noel Brennan, Damian Horan, and Brendan Flynn; as well as competitors from the 32 counties, England, Scotland, Wales, and the Isle of Man.
Matt Bidwell and Mary Gleeson further underlined their status as leading runners in this year's Mayo AC Road League on Saturday in Claremorris. It was the 10th running of the De Care Dental sponsored 'Sport a Smile' five mile event and brought a fun atmosphere to the town centre with puppet shows, face painting, music etc. It also served as a focus for Mayo Cancer Support through participants and street collections.