The latest news and items of interest from Ballina and North Mayo, with updates for visitors and locals alike. Have a browse and enjoy!
As lockdown drags on, the world keeps turning. Artists and creatives continue to make their art and their work, adapting…[...]
There are just 5,495 tickets for this huge prize, which will support Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA to build their new clubhouse and…[...]
Today, May 5th 2021 marks the fifth anniversary of the official creation of Mayo International Dark Sky Park, an area…[...]
JOIN OUR BID TO BE IRELAND’S GREENEST TOWN BY 2025 Ballina – Ireland’s Greenest Town is an initiative to make Ballina…[...]
Anna Baraldini from Foxford County Mayo is possibly Ireland’s youngest licensed female falconer. Anna trained at Mount Falcon Estate[...]
Keen film buffs who have waited to see the Crossmolina-made ‘Wild Mountain Thyme’ will be able to stream the movie online from April 30th 2021[...]
Ballina Community Clean Up group, in conjunction with Mayo Co Council, is coordinating a major clean up around the town this Saturday morning, April 17th from 8am to 10am and expects to have in the region of 200 volunteers taking part.[...]
Due to the pandemic International Dark Sky Week will once again this year be a virtual event. Mayo Dark Skies have once again put together a fascinating itinerary of virtual events.[...]
Join us and the Mary Robinson Centre this Tuesday evening 30th March at 7pm to find out how your business can join the pledge to become more sustainable in Ballina and North Mayo.[...]
A documentary on the life of the late Jack Charlton will air this Sunday (March 28th) at 9pm on Virgin Media One.[...]
EMMY award winning actor and comedian Jane Lynch, best known for starring as cheerleading coach and bully Sue Sylvester in Glee will take part in this year’s virtual Swinford St. Patrick’s Day Parade.[...]
We are delighted to participate in a series of workshops organised by Ballina Chamber of Commerce aimed at helping our…[...]
For the next 10 weeks, we’ll be hosting a Tuesday Tourism Chat on on Zoom at 7pm.
Don’t be shy! Put the kettle on, and join us. It’ll be informal and supportive. Drop in once, or every week – it’s up to you.
Moygownagh’s Saints & Sinners History Tour features in Irish Independent “20 new walks in Ireland and around the world to look forward to after lockdown”[...]
One of the most fascinating parts of an area’s history is quite simply, its people, whose stories make up the…[...]
The Ballina Community Clean Up Group has announced plans for a major remembrance and commemorative event later this year to…[...]
From today, locals in and visitors to the towns of Ballina, Belmullet, Crossmolina, Newport & Swinford can avail of free…[...]