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Chamber Music festival comes to Westport

The first Westport Festival of Chamber Music will be held from Friday September 6 to Sunday September 8 in Westport House and Holy Trinity Church. As well as some of Ireland’s top international musicians, the festival will showcase some rising stars in the music world. Violinist Mairead Hickey and pianist Gary Beecher, both from Cork, will perform works by Schumann, Sarasate and Debussy at 12 noon in Holy Trinity Church on Saturday September 7.

Westport Festival of Chamber Music all set for September recitals

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The first Westport Festival of Chamber Music will be held on September 6 to 8. Tickets for the event are on sale in the Clew Bay Hotel and online at www.classicallinks.ie. Both Westport House and Holy Trinity Church are perfect venues for live music performances, providing a most appropriate setting for a music festival.

Charity BBQ in aid of MS was a great success

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The twelfth annual Gala Barbecue in aid of Multiple Sclerosis was recently hosted by Norah and Gerry Walshe in the gardens of Hotel Westport.

It’s festival time in Westport so let’s Get Out There

Get ready for a whole week of exciting activities in the great outdoors around Westport and join in to both free and ticketed events. The Westport Duathlon Weekend event marks the beginning of an extensive activity programme for the Westport Get Out There Festival, organised by Westport Town Council and Westport Leisure Park, and runs from Saturday June 8 to Saturday June 15.

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Castlebar Gospel Choir to perform for two nights

The Cabin Collective to play Westport Festival

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GALWAY FOLK and roots rockers The Cabin Collective join Elvis Costello, Christy Moore, Imelda May, The Waterboys, and ABC, at this year’s Westport Festival.

Action turns to divisional cups this weekend

With two rounds of the league under their belts, the action across the all divisions of the Mayo League this weekend turns towards the divisional cups. Last weekend’s only game in the Super League was the round one catch-up game between Westport United and Ballyheane in Westport. The visitors were the ones who went home happiest, having secured a 2-2 draw after coming from one down to go into a 2-1 lead thanks to goals from Alan Tuffy and Arek Tobiasz in the 71st and 78th minute of the contest. But Westport levelled it up near the end thanks to a Darren Browne strike. Ballyheane, who have always been a notoriously tough opponent for the Coveys have two points on the board from their opening two games after last weekend’s draw and their draw in round one against Iorras Aontaithe. It’s the sort of good start to the season that the Quigley Park outfit will have been dreaming about. For Westport it’s a dent to their defence of the title, but with the Connacht Junior Cup final coming up the scare given to them by Ballyheane will have been a timely reminder that nothing comes too easy in this game. Last weekend’s game leaves Ballina Town on top of the table with six points, on goal difference from Manulla who also have two wins under their belt, while Westport United sit in third place on four points.

Westport to become the activity capital of Ireland

Martin Keating said that the launch to make Westport the activity capital of Ireland is currently being worked on. The director of services said that a strategy has been developed and will start to be implemented this year. It will be outlined in detail at the next area meeting.

Extra Friday evening train introduced on Dublin to Westport route

An extra train service has been introduced every Friday evening on the Dublin to Westport route, following a successful trial on St Patrick’s weekend. This new service will depart at 5.10pm.

Extra Friday evening train introduced on Dublin to Westport route

An extra train service has been introduced every Friday evening on the Dublin to Westport route, following a successful trial on St Patrick’s weekend. This new service will depart at 5.10pm.

 

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