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That was a great occasion, October eighty five
The Christmas season kicks off in style for food lovers at the Festive Food Fest in Newport on Friday next, November 21.
Local historian and author Terry Reilly has penned a new play telling the stories of the Ballina men who fought and died in the trenches of World War I and the families they left behind.
The best of Mayo’s food produce will be showcased at a fundraising event by the Chefs of Mayo on Thursday March 6, in Breaffy House Hotel.
Celebrity chef Clodagh McKenna enchanted Horkans Garden and Lifestyle Centre Turlough Castlebar on Wednesday October 30. Some 300 people turned up to support the Mayo Pink Ribbon Society for an evening of Christmas wonders, which raised around €8,000 for breast cancer research.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD said that he was “one for reality and the truth” when he made a commitment to meet the challenge of the enormous problem of domestic violence in Mayo and Ireland.
The dulcet tones of Midwest Radio presenter Tommy Marren headed the bill at the Network Mayo meeting on Monday, March 4, at the Harlequin Hotel, Castlebar. Ably assisted by advertising executive Orla Seery the pair gave a fascinating insight into the world of local radio.
Tommy Marren of Midwest Radio is guest speaker at the Network Mayo meeting on Monday, March 4, at the Harlequin Hotel, Castlebar. He will be joined by Orla Seery, advertising executive. This is a great opportunity for business people to get an insight into the power of local radio and how they can best use it to further their own businesses.
In June 2012 the Mullingar Arts Centre were treated to two sensational nights of sell-out comedy when It’s The Real McCoy rolled into town and the good news is that the play returns for two further performances on Friday February 15 and Saturday February 16 at 8pm.
After 21 years of Carracastle Lass festivals in east Mayo, 2012 proved to be another excellent evening of entertainment on Saturday August 12. Entry from local businesses of a ‘Lass’ saw some excellent, talented and lovely young women enter the competition where they chatted with Tommy Marren, MWR, and performed a party piece on stage after some intensive interviews with this year’s judges.