Tír Chonaill Stone Festival 2016

The Tír Chonaill Stone Festival 2016 in Glencolmcille, Donegal includes the unveiling of an ambitious collaborative sculpture project marking the centenary – a large 32 county map of Éire ‘Stones of Éire’ made from all native stone by masons from the whole of Ireland. Kilmovee native Dom Keogh was tasked with carving County Mayo, and has designed a…

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1916 Themed Seisiún na nÓg

Kilmovee Comhaltas will be hosting a special 1916 themed Seisiún na nÓg on Sunday May 29th at 2pm in Kilmovee Community Centre. Through our usual mix of music, song & dance, we hope to mark in a small way the importance of this commemoration year. Over the last number of weeks, we have been distributing…

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Stayin’ Alive at 1.5 – Campaign

The Stayin’ Alive at 1.5 campaign has been launched to pursue the adoption of a law that requires motorists to give cyclists 1.5 meters clearance when passing from the rear. Although the purpose of this campaign is not to paint motorists in a bad light. Unfortunately people break laws and disrespect rules. These people also ride…

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