The A to Z of Mayo

In the run up to this years Mayo Day event, we looked for help in compiling a list of some of the many things that makes our County so great. With the help of many hundreds of entries across our social media platforms, we have narrowed down the most popular entries and we are delighted […]

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West Mayo – Top Things To Do – Louisburgh

Louisburgh is a quaint town on the Bunowen River, on the southwest corner of Clew Bay. It was built in 1795 and enjoys some of the most panoramic views in Ireland; Clew Bay to the north, the Atlantic Ocean on its western front, Croagh Patrick to the east and the Sheefry Mountains to the south. […]

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Mayo & Donegal Road Safety Officers come together to urge supporters to ‘Park Smart – Park Safe’ ahead of crunch GAA clash

A huge turnout of more than 27,000 is expected on Saturday for the final Super 8 group game between Mayo and Donegal at Elvery’s MacHale Park, Castlebar, with an All Ireland Semi-Final place awaiting the winners. But the contest has created significant health and safety concerns due to GAA fans parking on the hard shoulder […]

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Mulranny to represent Ireland in in this year’s hugely prestigious Entente Florale Competition.

The village of Mulranny, along with Listowel in County Kerry, represent Ireland in this year’s hugely prestigious Entente Florale Competition! Mulranny will compete against thirteen other European towns when ten international judges will visit Mulranny in July. Many people think that it’s a floral competition because the word flowers is in the title. But it’s […]

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€3.2 million boost for Mayo’s Great Western Greenway

HE Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring, has announced that the government has allocated a further €3.2 million to Mayo County Council to support the extension of the Great Western Greenway. The investment is to extend the route from Achill Sound to Bunnacurry as well as from Westport to Murrisk, developments that will […]

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Top 10 Things to Do in South Mayo – Claremorris

Claremorris sits in a valley, surrounded by rolling drumlins and hills. The town was established during the 18th century and is named after a Norman who came to Ireland in 1169. 1. Discover the oversized, fun handcrafted wood features in the Land of the Giants (McMahon Park). Enjoy a stroll around the Clare Lake Loop […]

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