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Manchester tourism chiefs join forces with Mayo for networking event in Ballina

The Ice House Hotel and Spa has been selected to host a special tourism and business networking lunch between Manchester and Mayo on Thursday August 8. The momentous event is part of the Manchester Mayo Gathering which has now been named as Ireland's biggest 2013 Gathering organised by any UK company. It is being sponsored by Tourism Ireland, Stena Line UK, the Manchester Mayo Tourism and Business group, Mayo.ie and the Ice House. It is also being supported by The Western People, The Catholic Universe and the award winning Full Irish radio show.

Two thousand attend Mayo tourism promotion in Manchester

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A Mayo tourism weekend promoting the 270 forthcoming Gathering events in the west of Ireland has been hailed as a resounding success by organisers. The weekend was staged during this year’s opening weekend for the 2013 Manchester Irish Festival, which is Europe’s biggest Irish festival with some 200 events staged during its 10 day festival (www.manchesteririshfestival.co.uk). Tickets for a series of concerts and plays sold out in advance and it attracted more than 2,000 visitors.

Mayo entrepreneur to speak at gala Manchester function

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The founder and CEO of Mayotv.ie and Irishtv.ie Pierce O’Reilly has been invited to address a prestigious gala function in Manchester. The Westport native and former RTÉ broadcaster and journalist has developed Mayotv.ie and Irishtv.ie into one of Ireland’s fastest growing international TV platforms with new offices opened in Ulster and London and broadcast partnerships established with major UK, American, and Asian TV networks in the past six months.

Westport Liverpool supporters

The AGM of the Westport Liverpool Supporters Club will be held in Blousers Bar (James St) Tuesday July 5 at 9pm.

Sport, shopping and fine dining, Manchester has it all

The Mancunian football rivalries may be bitter, but what unites football fans throughout Manchester is their passion. It’s a sport that defines the city, and when match day comes, you can sense the excitement everywhere. And while sport is synonymous with Manchester, its shopping is equally impressive. That’s what I learned on a whirlwind media trip to Manchester where we marvelled at the sights and sounds of Old Trafford, the Northern District and two of Manchester’s top eateries. If you and your partner are thinking of booking a weekend away, Manchester won’t disappoint.

Investigation follows sale of non-existent Anfield trips to Galway fans

Gardaí are understood to be preparing to make contact with several Liverpool fans who were sold fake packages to the club’s recent match against Chelsea at Anfield. More than 60 people paid hundreds of euro each for the trip, only to discover on arrival at airports and hotels that their tickets didn’t exist.

Thousands are sailing

I have been intrigued over the years by the large volumes of people travelling weekly across the water to support, in the main, Glasgow Celtic and English soccer teams. No expense is spared it seems as these die hard supporters make their weekly pilgrimages to London, Manchester, or Liverpool. My 10-year-old son, Johnny, is a supporter of Liverpool so I decided to source a couple of tickets for a home match in Anfield as a Christmas present. I booked the flights last December. Departure was from Knock on Saturday morning with the return flights booked for Sunday lunchtime. I discovered, however, sometime in mid January that Sky Sports, which dictates when matches are played, had moved this fixture to Sunday which meant I had to re-book our flights. When I realised what Ryanair wanted to charge me to change my scheduled flights, I decided to stick with my outbound journey and book separate flights home on the Monday. With an arrival time of 10.45am in Liverpool and loads of time to kill I managed to secure two tickets for the Manchester v Blackburn game on the Saturday evening in Old Trafford. Johnny had got lucky!

Students create peace path for Castlebar riverside walk

Students from Holly Lodge Girls' College, Liverpool; Davitt College in Castlebar, and the Istituto D'Istruzione Superiore in Roseto, Italy with the help from Ryanair Europe’s largest low cost airline are transporting a 13 piece mosaic path to Castlebar in Ireland to celebrate World Peace. The Peace Path will be laid on the new Castlebar Riverside Walk.

 

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