Pic Mike Kinsella Christmas in North Mayo Christmas in Ireland is traditionally a large celebration. “Nollaig Shona” is the Irish greeting for “Happy Christmas”. The celebration lasts from Christmas Eve to “Little Christmas” also known in Irish as “Nollaig na MBan” or “Women’s Christmas”. This is celebrated on January 6th each year. Traditionally women got … Continued

Looking towards Saddle Head from Croaghaun, Achill Island, Co Mayo, Ireland. Pic: Gareth McCormack Highly skilled professionals are moving West to County Mayo for a variety of reasons. These include: Better quality of life Lower property prices Career opportunities Reduced cost of living Safer environment Less traffic More disposable income These are the findings of … Continued

Samhain Abhainn – Ballina’s Halloween Festival Make your way to Ballina for this year’s Samhain Abhainn. Running until 1st November the festival has a great variety of Halloween activities on offer and is one not to be missed. Get ready to be spooked with ghosts, ghouls, clowns and goblins in the Scary Woods Walk in Belleek … Continued

First Impressions Count October 10, 2018

They say you never get a second chance to make a first impression. When you are selling your house, making a first impression is essential. Consequently, if a person is inspired when they visit your property, they are far more likely to have a higher opinion of its value. The smallest of changes can make … Continued

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