Think Road Safety this Fathers Day!

With Father’s Day coming up this weekend, many are scrambling their pennies together to find a gift worthy of the special guy in their life, but you don’t have to spend a lot of money to show dear old dad how much you care. Why not break an age old tradition this Father’s Day and […]

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It’s Not In Our Nature – Is It In Yours? Let’s tackle illegal dumping!

Local Authorities across the country are running an Anti Dumping campaign – “Its Not in our Nature – Is it in Yours? Lets tackle illegal dumping.”  This campaign builds on a successful initiative carried out by the Connacht Ulster Waste Region in 2018.  The campaign will be communicated through various platforms including newspaper, radio, social […]

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Mayo students selected for four day educational trip to Euroscola thanks to Mayo County Council & Graduate.ie

Four secondary school students from Co. Mayo have been announced as the lucky winners of a four day educational trip to Brussels, Luxembourg and Strasbourg. Jack Rochford, St. Gerald’s College, Castlebar, Caoimhe English-McNamara, Coláiste Pobail Acla, Paul Flatley, St. Coleman’s College, Claremorris, and Molly McManamon, Coláiste Pobail Acla will be accompanied on their trip by […]

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Lourdes to Knock 2000km 5 Day Cycling challenge

On Tues 18th June, Robotic milking specialists and Lely Center Mullingar Co-owner/Founder, Alan Heaney who hails from Swinford, Co. Mayo is leading a group of 4 endurance cyclists on a MASSIVE 5 day 2,000 km ultra cycling challenge. Starting from Lourdes (south of France), up through France, across the English channel (by ferry), over England […]

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Mayo team compete at Go For Life national games

Mayo’s Go For Life team participated in the national games in DCU sports arena on Saturday, where team member Sean Horkan picked up a Spirit of the Games Award. Supported by Mayo Sports Partnership and Parke Young at Heart club, the team, under the leadership of captain Keith Woodward, included Mary Igoe and Margaret Connor, […]

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Top 10 Things to Do in South Mayo – Cong & Ballinrobe

Some say that Ballinrobe is the oldest town in Mayo, dating back to 1390, and Cong village is where the last High King of Ireland died in 1198. With a wealth of heritage and archaeological sites, this beautiful region is considered to be Ireland’s Lake District – there’s an adventure for everyone here. 1. Visit the award-winning Ashford […]

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