Mayo design and craft companies in the spotlight at International Showcase Event

Minister Heather Humphreys meets Local Enterprise Office Mayo supported companies at Showcase in RDS Creative entrepreneurs from Mayo are in the spotlight this month, promoting local craft and design to an estimated 5,000 national and international buyers at Showcase in Dublin, Ireland’s International Creative Expo. Working in partnership with the Design & Crafts Council of […]

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‘The Plight of our Pollinators’ Talk

Two events being organised by Mayo County Council to highlight ‘The Plight of our Pollinators’ to be held in the Arts Centre, Barrett Street, Ballina on Tuesday 13th February 2018. Who should attend? The first event commencing at 11am finishing at 1 pm is structured to guide those who are employed in managing and maintaining our Parks […]

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Mayo’s public water supplies are all compliant now – Irish Water

ALL public water schemes in Co. Mayo are compliant with EU and national water standards following the removal of two schemes by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) from their Remedial Action List (RAL). The RAL is updated quarterly by the EPA for those water supplies where investment in treatment processes is required. Irish Water has […]

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Dublin to Mayo Tractor Pull in Aid of Charity

A group of tractor enthusiasts are doing a tractor run from Dublin to Mayo in aid of a great cause A two-day trek, with all proceeds going to two very worthy causes. A group of Mayo-based tractor enthusiasts will be taking part in a novel tractor run from the Phoenix Park in Dublin to their […]

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Lazy Parkers go with the Flow

The road safety office of MAYO COUNTY COUNCIL is highlighting a parking practice in Ireland that is extremely dangerous and an inconvenience to other drivers. This is parking in the opposite direction to that of the traffic flow. Parking against the flow of traffic is not illegal in Ireland and but can be hazardous, particularly […]

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Apply for the €1.6million Social Enterprise Fund by 28th March 2018

The Social Enterprise Development Fund, a €1.6 million fund which will be delivered over two years; 2018 – 2020, is now open for applications. The fund was created by Social Innovation Fund Ireland (SIFI) in partnership with Local Authorities Ireland and funded by IPB Insurance and the Department of Rural and Community Development. The Department […]

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