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Community Diary July 31

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Castlebar Fresh Food Market

Sinn Féin leader to launch new campaign in Castlebar

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Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams is to launch a new campaign called Stand Up For the West in the Welcome Inn Hotel in Castlebar next Thursday (May 28) at 8pm.

All roads leading to Castlebar as three major festivals combine

It is a case of all roads leading to Castlebar over the coming week as three major festivals are combining to bring the streets of the county town alive with music, entertainment, markets, shopping, and leisure.

Great spring treatments at Anne Tobin Beauty

Anne Tobin Beauty Clinics have a great range of treatments available this spring, including a new healthy eating plan.

Man took exception to being called a ‘blow-in’

A man who took exception to being called a ‘blow-in’, which led him into a verbal altercation during a night out, was before Castlebar District Court for the public order charge.

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Klass kids Halloween camp

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Christmas Catwalk

ICA host personal finance seminar

The Irish CountryWomen’s Association knows that there is a unique relationship between mothers and their daughters, and on Monday, October 14, the Mayo Federation of the ICA will host the latest free seminar in the ICA’s Mother and Daughter Personal Finance Tour conducted by personal finance author and journalist, Jill Kerby. The seminar will take at 8pm in the Welcome Inn, Castlebar.

Upcoming Gathering events in Mayo

The Gathering Ireland has announced the details of hundreds of special festivals and events that will take place over the final quarter of the year. The events, spanning sports, music, theatre, business and community are expected to welcome thousands of additional overseas visitors to Ireland in the next three months.

Poor results for Ballina and Castlebar in latest IBAL survey

The latest survey in the Anti-Litter League by business group Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL) shows Ballina and Castlebar have both lost their cleaner than European norms status in this round, with both now classed as moderately littered. Of 42 towns and cities surveyed this summer, Ballina and Castlebar have dropped from fourth and fifth place respectively to 34th and 35th. IBAL has warned that vacant properties in towns are a growing concern, despite continued progress on litter nationwide.


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