Mayo Stages Rally – A Great Success

March 16, 2012

The Mayo Rally held in Claremorris on March 10th/11th was a great success for the organisers and for businesses in Claremorris.    The 3rd rally held in as many years attracted a very large attendance for the Ceremonial Opening on Saturday Night.  All the cars entered in the race paraded through the town on were on display.  Local school children also learned who was the winner of the poster competition that was run in conjunction wi the RSA and the Chamber of Commerce. Many local businesses were involved in sponsorship and the weekend  was a demonstration of Claremorris at its best.   Its is hoped that Claremorris will get to host the Rally again in the not to distant future.



Property Tax – Household Charge

March 15, 2012

We have been informed today by Mayo County Council and the Offices of the Household Charge that people living over their Commercial Premises are in fact liable for the Household Charge.  The only exemptions are those Commercial Buildings that are wholly used as a dwelling eg B&B’s


Successful Mayo Stages Rally Launch

March 5, 2012

Launch of Mayo Rally 2012

Successful Mayo Stages Rally Launch
The countdown to the 2012 McWilliam Park Hotel and Fleet Transport Magazine Mayo Stages Rally is firmly on, following a successful launch at the McWilliam Park Hotel, headquarters for the March 11th event.
A large crowd was in attendance to hear information about this year’s rally from a selection of speakers, including Clerk of the Course Padraic Roche and Chairman of Mayo & District Motorsport Club Sean McHugh.
Among those attending were Motorsport Ireland President Joe Corocan, Aaron MacHale and Robbie Lyttle on behalf of the Motorsport Ireland Road Safety campaign, and Andrew Mullen, sponsor of the Sligo Pallets Border Rally Championship, of which the Mayo Stages is the opening round.  Local representatives included the Claremorris Chamber of Commerce, County Councillors, and Noel Gibbons, Road Safety Officer with Mayo County Council.
Earlier in the day Mayo & District Motorsport Club organised a very successful event for local schoolchildren at Bohola National School which is located close to two of the stages on this year’s event. Presented by rally driver Toni Kelly from Donegal, who is also a Road Safety Authority (RSA) ambassador, together with members of Mayo & District Motorsport Club, Mayo County Council’s Road Safety Officer Noel Gibbons, and An Garda Siochana, the initiative provided the school children with a special opportunity to learn first hand about the safety measures that are in place to run a rally, as well as a demonstration of safety equipment on board a current rally car. The presentation was very well received with lots of questions and  much excitement about the forthcoming rally.
picture by Michael Donnelly

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