Green and Red to fill the skies on Mayo Day
Posted in Connect on April 27, 2015.
There will be a green and red fireworks display on Lough Lannagh at the bridge on Sat next, May 2nd at 11-30pm to formally close International Mayo Day.
The organisers are asking that people in the vicinity with pets or livestock to keep them in at the time to avoid frightening them.
They also ask that people coming to see the fireworks to please use the car park as the viewing area. Those entering Lough Lannagh from the Holiday Village will be directed to the car park and the bridge will be closed for the lead up and the duration of the display. That also ask that nobody enter the lake from from the new graveyard, the Newport Road entrance or the St. Gerald’s side for safety reasons. All spectators are asked to enter from the Aldi entrance, the old graveyard and the main entrance. No vehicles will be allowed.
It will be a great night with the music performance of “The General” in Market Sq. at 10-30pm. Please follow the instructions of the stewards at all times and pray for no rain!!
Anyone willing to help out with stewarding can come to a safety briefing on Tuesday 28th April in Linenhall at 8pm.