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The Mall in Castlebar may not have been humming this year with the 11th Mayo.ie Women’s Mini Marathon - but its spirit was very much kept alive with the staging of a virtual Mayo Day 10K Your Way, last Sunday.
Local community groups in Athlone and its environs are being encouraged to apply for Bank of Ireland’s new ‘Begin Together Fund’.
Athlone was announced as a regional runner up in its size category at this year’s Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Town Awards, receiving a cash prize of €2,000 and a framed certificate.
The judging panel for the 2019 Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Town Awards will visit three Mayo towns next week, giving business and community groups an opportunity to showcase the spirit of enterprise in their local area.
The judging panel for the Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Town Awards will visit Athlone and Mullingar over the coming weeks, giving business and community groups an opportunity to showcase the spirit of enterprise in their local area.
WHAT A year it has been for Galway’s LGBT+ community. What a year it is still set to be. With the Galway Pride - Bród na Gaillimhe festival, taking place this August, there is much to look back on, and much to look forward to.
Mayo Sports Partnership in association with Mayo County Council is currently inviting applications from community groups for funding to assist with the organisation of a cycling themed event during Bike Week 2019, which will take place from June 22 to 30. The objective of Bike Week is to celebrate cycling in all its forms and to get more people participating in cycling both for transport and recreation.
Clifden was among the winners at the Bank of Ireland National Enterprising Town Awards scooping a merit award prize at the recent awards presentation ceremony.
Bank of Ireland staff raised more than €41,000 for charitable causes in Galway in 2016 through the bank’s flagship charity and community initiative, Give Together.
Age Action has launched a new fundraising campaign to support its 'Care and Repair' service for older people, which last year carried out more than 1,300 jobs in Mayo. Justin Moran, head of advocacy and communications at Age Action, said: “Our Care and Repair service carries out tens of thousands of DIY jobs in the home for older people around Ireland every year. Our volunteers help with the small jobs around the house that, as people get older, they might struggle to do. This can be as simple as changing a light-bulb, installing a lock, clearing a drain or tacking down a loose floorboard, but we urgently need your help to keep this service going.”