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The owners of the TF Royal Hotel and Theatre in Castlebar were making 'no comment' on the second closure of the hotel in recent weeks when contacted yesterday by the Mayo Advertiser.
The Mayo Chapter of BNI (Business Networking International) Castlebar is this week celebrating the 12th anniversary of its successful networking group.
The hardworking men and women of the Handel Challenge Choir and Committee handed over a cheque for €33,543 to Mayo Roscommon Hospice at an event held in The Harlequin Hotel, Castlebar, on Saturday February 8.
Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation is looking for walking and adventure enthusiasts to embark on the first stage of The Camino de Santiago. On April 26 2014, travel with them for one week to France and northern Spain to trek one of the oldest pilgrim routes in the world – El Camino de Santiago de Compostela.
“There is an urgent need for women to learn more about the risks to their health from diabetes,” says local heart and stroke charity Croí. Young women who are planning a pregnancy and who currently have diabetes need to take special steps to protect their health and that of their baby. Equally as many as 12 per cent of pregnant women develop gestational diabetes, which if not managed, can have adverse effects on the health of both the mother and the baby.
The Harlequin Hotel will house the current collection of work "Fortress" by local artist Vivianne Maloney over the summer months. Vivianne, from Islandeady, Castlebar, graduated in Fashion Design from Limerick School of Art and Design and has since worked in the fashion industry in Ireland.
The Harlequin Hotel, Castlebar is located in the town centre.
Local businesses came together recently in The Harlequin Hotel, Castlebar, for a special networking and visitors information event held by Castlebar BNI business referral organisation.
Over 1,000 athletes took up the challenge of the Westport Sea2Summit last Saturday. The Westport based competition has become on of the top adventure racing events in the country and Westport’s Anthony Murray was the first person home over the finishing line. Anthony finished in a time of 3:00.39 over the tough 56.5km course, which took in road running, cycling, a run up Croagh Patrick, sea dash and an obstacle course before finishing with a tough run to the finish line at The Mall in the town. Murray, who won the sprint competition last year, can now add the title of supreme champion for 2011.
More than 50 members of the Mayo business community attended the Ulster Bank Economic Roadshow at The Harlequin Hotel in Castlebar this week to gain insight into how global decisions will impact how they do business in Ireland. The briefing entitled ‘Economic Recovery at Home and Abroad – Where do we stand?’ was led by chief economist Simon Barry, who gave his analyses of the outlook for exports, domestic demand, the labour and housing markets, inflation and public finances.