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Westport Labour Party

The Westport Branch of the Labour Party would like to thank everyone who gave so generously at their recent church gate collection in Westport.

Tidy Town committees praised for enhancing their communities

Local volunteerism was commended at the annual West Region Tidy Town Competition awards ceremony which took place in the Wyatt Hotel, Westport, on Monday evening.

Louisburgh potter Anthony O’Brien presents his documentary double

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In January this year Louisburgh potter and artist Anthony O’Brien travelled to Tatiko, a small village in northern Nigeria to film the traditional potters at work. The Tatiko potters are all women, who work without potters' wheels, kilns or any specialised equipment. The pottery they make is for everyday use, for cooling water, storing oil and grain, and for cooking over the open fire. But what makes their pottery so special is that it is stunningly beautiful, finely decorated in a rich red clay. There are some 50 women potters in Tatiko, making hundreds of pots every week, which are all sold in the local market. People come from all over northern Nigeria to buy their work.

Community, architecture and the Westport Arts Festival

A theme of Building and the Community connects five architecture events in this year’s Westport Arts festival, welcoming members of the public to exhibitions, talks, and workshops to enjoy the third dimension of this visual art form.

Out and About in Mayo

Hughie O’Donoghue exhibition ends tomorrow

Westport Labour party meeting

This month’s meeting of the Westport branch of the Labour party was well attended and dealt with issues ranging from recruitment and funding through to Dr Jerry Cowley’s campaign for a Dáil seat.

Alcoholics Anonymous

The Mayo area convention of Alcoholics Anonymous will be held in the Wyatt Hotel, Westport, on November 26, 27 and 28.

Top songwriters at this year’s Westport Arts Festival

Westport Arts Festival has announced the addition of two notable music acts to this year’s October line up. Fionn Regan has already stimulated interest in Ireland and abroad, garnering nominations for the Irish Choice music award and the internationally acclaimed British Mercury music prize. Regan’s acoustic-based music has been compared favourably to Bob Dylan, both in terms of poetic lyrics and for moving from finger-plucking acoustics in his first album The End Of History, to a fuller sound in Shadow of an Empire. His abilities as a wordsmith are evident with music that is laced with metaphors and analogies. He is an accomplished performer and includes this year’s Glastonbury among his many performances.

Autumn colour in this year’s Westport Arts Festival

This year’s Westport Arts Festival sets to light up the autumn evenings with several colourful events, from October 1 to 10. The festival’s big international event is the circus theatre of Cirque Trottola. This is a first-time Irish visit for the beautiful circus company which performs to sell-out shows all over Europe.

Music weekend for cancer association

OctoberSeis is a weekend full of music and live entertainment in aid of Rock Rose House, Mayo Cancer Support Association. The weekend will take place from October 22 to 24 in Westport.


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