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Anzac Day in Mayo

100th Anniversary of Anzac Day

We are hosting a  special wreath laying & commemoration  event to mark this special occasion on Saturday the 25th of April 2015.  Relatives of  Private Thomas Chamber " Newport"15th Bn A.I.F.  who died at  Gallipoli will travel over from Australia attend.  Relatives of another Anzac soldier , Private Thomas Francis Lendrum "Achill" will also be coming over to attend  and local relatives  of Private Edward Hastings  "Westport" will be in  attendance.

All are welcome.

Mr Eddie Hoban R.I.P.

Mr Eddie Hoban R.I.P.

The very sad death has occurred of Mr Eddie Hoban of the Curragh, Castlebar, Eddie was a stalwart supporter of all our events at the Mayo Peace Park and was instrumental in having a  memorial erected in memory of all those  who died for Ireland.  He was a close relative of Nurse Bridget Quinn, a brave nurse who died trying to protect her patients, during a German bombing raid on London. 

Prestigious Visit

Prestigious Visit

Sunday the 22nd of February 2015, will go down as a very historic day in the history of the Mayo Peace Park.  

We had  a top level visit  from the Irish Government, led  by  the Irish Prime Minister, An Taoiseach  Mr Enda Kenny,  Mrs Frances Fitzgerald, the Irish Minister for Justice, Mr Simon Coveney, the Minister for Defence and Mr Charlie Flanagan the Minister for Foreign Affairs.

Fresh Floral Wreaths  were laid at the Garda Memorial by the Justice Minister and at the world war one memorial by the Ministers  for Defence and Foreign Affairs.

In what was a remarkable and  beautiful ceremony, An Taoiseach and the  three Ministers delivered excellent and very thought  provoking speech's on the value of world  peace, praising the committement and  sacrifice  of those who have served our country at home and abroad.



The Mayo Peace Park will host a number of prestigious events this year,  we are starting  next Sunday .

On Saturday the 25th of April we will gather to remember Anzac Day , we have some special visitors arriving from Australia to lay wreaths. 

On Thusday the  7th of May, we will mark the 70th  anniversaryof the ending of world war two and the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the RMS Lusitania off  the Irish coast, 1,198 lives were lost, including 10 Mayo born crew members.  We are unveiling a special memorial on the day.

We will have numerous family groups , association,  historical societies and school educational tours and international choirs visiting over the spring and summer months.

On Saturday the  4th of July, American Independance Day, we are inviting anyone with an interest to join with us as we unveil a memoral seat in memory of Cpl Joseph A. Clancy from Westport , a resident of Cook, county Illinois USA  who died in an aircrash during the Vietnam War.

This will be followed by a 4th of July  American Style  Barbecue with music and song. We would love to have the US/ Irish Community join with us  for what should be a memorable evening.