Coast Pride of Place 2018
Groups, sports clubs, voluntary organisations, tourism businesses
and anyone associated with tourism and/or Community are invited
to take part in a showcase event being held in Belderrig Community
Centre on Thursday 23rd August at 10.00 a.m. This
is part of the judging for the Pride of Place competition,
which the Céide Coast has been entered into. We
are hoping for a huge turnout to prove to the judges that
the area from Killala through Ballycastle and on to Belderrig
is worthy of the title for 2018. Information is
available from your local Representatives:
drawn on 13th August were: 1. 6. 7. 27. No Jackpot winner.
now €7,800. Next draw in Healys.
& Jamie Timlin, Heathfield
& Catherine, c/o Healys
for Gold at Céide Fields
part of National Heritage Week, Céide Fields are having
a Free Open Day of activities and fun for all the family on
Sunday August 26th. Try your hand at panning for gold with
geologist Andy Lewis, take part in competitions and children's
Fun Dig, and see an exhibition of turf cutting equipment
from 11 am to 5pm.
year Céide Fields were awarded the International Carlo
Scarpa Prize from the Benetton Foundation in Italy , who produced
a 48 minute long documentary film about Céide Fields.
On Sunday August 26th this will be shown in the Céide
Fields Visitor Centre at 12pm, 2pm and 4pm as part of
our Free Open Day.
by Alf Monaghan
Friday August 24th at 7.30pm Céide Fields are
hosting a lecture by Alf Monaghan, being organised by the
North Mayo West Sligo Heritage Group. An expert on the
Middle east he will speak on "A Sacred Island Before
Christianity" about the spread of Pre-Christian Eastern religious
beliefs to Ireland . Admission free.
to Sophia Caulfield winner of last week's 50/50 Draw (€235).
from League game on Saturday 11th : Ballycastle 1-9; PKG 1-15.
play off v Crossmolina on Saturday next in Bangor at
community text on WhatsApp - text your name and number to
Máirtin Flannery on 0863225128 if you would like to
will be celebrated in Belderrig Cemetery on Sunday 19th August
at 1.00p.m. and in Doonfeeney Cemetery on Friday 7th September
is extended to the family, relatives and friends of Lucy Flanagan
(nee Purcell) who died recently in Manchester (Sister
of the late Kathleen Healy, Glenurla). May she rest
in Ballycastle Hall continues on Monday at 8.30p.m.
of €500 in 53 no's or less. Please support.
McDonnell “Available Light” in The Ballinglen Gallery runs
until 29th August 2018.
Ballinglen Arts Foundation, Main Street, Ballycastle, Co.
Mayo F26 X5N3.
096-43184. Email: email@example.com
Shop/Tourist Information (in the Resource Centre) is open
Monday – Friday
11.00a.m. – 3.00p.m.
Cycling Club spins every Sunday morning at 8am, every ability
times for the Gymnasium in Ballycastle Community Hall are:
– Friday 9.00a.m. – 1.00p.m. and 5.00p.m. – 9.00p.m.
10.00a.m. – 1.30p.m.
€5 per visit, €20 per month, €50 for 3 months
or €120 per year.
: Bingo at 8.30p.m.
Boys and Girls Basketball from 5.30p.m. – 6.30p.m.
and Girls Indoor Soccer from 6.30p.m. – 7.30p.m.
all Hall bookings, contact Breda at 089-4607901
11.00a.m.: Elaine Madden
Vigil 8.15p.m.: Jim McLean (Anniversary)
11.30a.m.: John, Eileen & Seán McNulty
11.00a.m.: Paddy & Patricia Conmy
1.00p.m. Michael Scott (Month's Mind)
8.15p.m.: Tom Ormsby (Anniversary)
11.30a.m.: John Grier, Carrowmacshane (Anniversary)
Vigil: A. O'Donnell
11.30a.m.: L. Kelly
Vigil: George O'Grady
11.30a.m.: Gilliam Grier
Vigil: L. O'Donnell, K. Carden
11.30a.m.: R. O'Donnell, N. Doherty