Ballina crowned “Ireland’s best kept large town 2018″

Ballina has been crowned “Ireland’s Best Kept Large Town 2018”.  The Ireland’s Best Kept Tidy Towns Awards took place on the 26th June at the Harbour Commissions Office in Belfast with delegates from towns and villages all over the island of Ireland. Ireland’s Best Kept Towns competition has been running since 1995. The Northern Ireland […]

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Mayo County Council would like to confirm the appointment of Councillor Blackie K. Gavin as Cathaoirleach of the Council for the coming year.

Councillor Gavin has served as a Public Representative for the past 24 years.   He was first elected to the old Castlebar Urban District Council in 1994 and continued to serve on Castlebar Town Council until its abolition in 2014.   He was elected to Mayo County Council in 2009. Speaking at the Annual Meeting of Mayo […]

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A Heatwave Safety Reminder from Mayo County Council

We are delighted to welcome the sunshine and the visitors that follow it to our wonderful county. The increase in tourism numbers can be felt in all parts of the county and we welcome everyone staying here enjoying the holiday weather in the many places of interest and beauty throughout our county. The highly anticipated […]

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€19,000 in funding distributed to 36 Sports and Community groups by Mayo Sports Partnership

At a recent Mayo Sports Partnership Board meeting €19,000 was allocated to 36 clubs / organisations in Mayo through the Partnerships 2018 special participation grant scheme. Special guest at last nights presentation evening, Minister for Rural and Community Development Michael Ring, recognised the contribution that sport makes to peoples health and wellbeing.  “The value that […]

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