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Bofeenaun summer classics

The annual summer classical music festival in Bofeenaun church returns this July for its tenth anniversary season. A group of outstanding classical musicians will again be filling this beautiful church, set against the dramatic backdrop of Nephin Mountain, with a blend of familiar and less familiar pieces of music from all periods, introduced, as always, with their trademark humour and insight. This year there will be three concerts – on Thursday July 11, Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 – each with a different programme of music. Once again, there is huge demand for tickets, so order yours early!

Two men arrested following raid on Hollymount Post Office

Gardaí in Claremorris have arrested two men following an attempted robbery on the post office in Hollymount on Tuesday afternoon. Gardaí confirmed to the Mayo Advertiser that the two men were being held in Claremorris Garda Station under Section 30 of the Offences Against the State Act on Thursday afternoon.

The General Post Office

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Records show that post office business has been conducted in the Eglinton Street area since the 1850s. The Ordnance Survey map of 1872 shows the ‘Postal and Telegraph Office’ in the house at the corner of Francis Street and Daly’s Place, where Emerson & Conway solicitors are today. Prior to 1885, the local postmaster Mr Cornwall provided the premises but, as business expanded, the building became too small. It could not accommodate parcels and a separate outside premises for a parcel office was rented at a cost of £15 a year.

Buy My Bag extravaganza

Gucci, Prada, Orla Kiely, and Louis Vuitton are just some of the names of the designer handbags which will go on sale in the Fáilte Suite of The Welcome Inn Hotel, Castlebar, on Sunday December 2.

Born Footware opening tomorrow

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BORN Clothing, Galway’s leading fashion house will be opening an independent, stand alone footwear and accessories store on Eglingon Street (beside the Post Office) on Friday October 19.

Recession Rhymes

Recession Rhymes is a book of light hearted verse, an antidote to recession depression

Bofeenaun classics

The annual summer classical music festival in Bofeenaun church is back for its eighth successive year. On Saturday July 14 and Monday July 17, a group of outstanding classical musicians will again be filling this beautiful church, set against the dramatic backdrop of Nephin Mountain, with a blend of familiar and less familiar pieces, introduced, as always, with their trademark humour and insight. Once again, there is huge demand for tickets, so order yours early!

Bofeenaun summer class

The annual summer classical music festival in Bofeenaun church is back for its eighth successive year. On Saturday July 14 and Monday July 16, a group of outstanding classical musicians will again be filling this beautiful church, set against the dramatic backdrop of Nephin Mountain, with a blend of familiar and less familiar pieces, introduced, as always, with their trademark humour and insight. Once again, there is huge demand for tickets, so order yours early!

New post office agency announced for Knockmore

Mayo Fine Gael TD John O’Mahony has announced that An Post is to start discussions with interested parties in Knockmore with a view to providing a post office agency in the parish.

An Post ‘don’t want to know’ — Weir

The future of Knockmore Post Office was not looking good according to Fine Gael councillor Seamus Weir this week. The Knockmore-based councillor informed the monthly meeting of the council on Monday that he had just come from a meeting with An Post in relation to the proposed closure of the post office in the village and it was not good news.

 

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