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Sligo Food Trail have launched a new video highlighting the successful Harvest Feast. As part of the trails Taste the Island initiative, a feast was held in October in which Failté Ireland CEO, Paul Kelly attended. Mr Kelly had plenty of praise for the event saying ‘the passion and work…

Bundoran in Co. Donegal and Enniscrone in Co. Sligo are to be allocated upwards of €500,000 to help develop the towns as tourism destinations. The money comes from Failte Ireland’s ‘Destination Town’s Scheme’ with a total funding nationally of €15.5m. The final figure is to be decided in January 2020.…

Leitrim is to hold its first ever festival to celebrate the heritage and culture of the Boxty. As part of Failte Irelands ‘Taste the Island’ Carrick On Shannon will hold the the inaugural Leitrim Boxty Festival on the 19th of October. This is not to dissimlar to a festival that…

The Back to School Clothing and Footwear Allowance is open to applicants until the 30th of September. Under the scheme, many parents or guardians qualify for the payments automatically if they are receiving social welfare, taking part in a recognised education or training course, working in an approved empoyment scheme,…

Chartered Accountants in the North West will be gathering in Sligo tonight to discuss the impact of Brexit. “The Impact of Brexit on the North West Region” is the title of the meeting which is taking place in the newly refurbished Markree Castle in Collooney. Brian Keegan, Director of Public…

A final certification has been awarded to Sligo town making it the first in Ireland to receive the title of Coach Friendly Destination. New bus shelters, town maps and lighting as well as CCTV have been installed along Markievicz road as part of the project which now means the town…