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Planning permission has been granted for two businesses and an extension to Sligo University Hospital. Sligo County Council confirmed that Voya Seaweed Baths, the Ocean Sands Hotel and the HSE had been successful with applications last week. Based at the Maritime Centre in Strandhill Voya seaweed have been granted permission…

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 11th December 2016 Christmas wishes Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all of our members, players and supporters from near and far. Thanks for your support throughout 2016; we look forward to the new year which will be a big one in the lifetime of the…

A County Sligo funeral director is urging people to never ever drink and drive. David McGowan made headlines after he brought a plane from Shannon to Enniscrone in west Sligo to use in his Glamping site. Now he’s teamed up with Mayo County Council to warn against dangerous driving, as he…

It seems County Sligo is the place to go to get your hands on some of the world’s finest Ice Cream. Gelati ice cream parlour in Enniscrone took home two prestigious awards from one of the oldest ice cream competitions in the world. The Enniscrone shop, owned by Michael O’Dowd,…

Upcoming events With the playing season now concluded, attention turns to off the field activities. Our Annual General Meeting will take place in January, while our Dinner Dance is pencilled in for early February. Before all that, however, is our annual Married vs Singles match on December 27th where all…

U-21 There was major disappointment for the Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-21 team following a four-point loss (3-10 to 3-6) to St Mary’s in an absorbing ‘A’ Championship final last Sunday afternoon in Bunninadden. In what was a cracking contest, the sides were level 1-3 to 0-6 at the break , but St…

Minor The year came to an end for the Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor team after they lost out to Castlebar Mitchels by four points, 3-13 to 3-9, in a pulsating Connacht Club quarter-final last Friday evening in Ballyhaunis. Despite a brilliant display, the lads fell just short but should be commended on…