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Frances Black to play at Castlerea in support of Pat O Donnell

Seisiún Ceoil at Castlerea Prison in support of Pat O Donnell this Saturday (13th March).
Starts at 2pm and continues until 6pm.
Frances Black will join a host of musicians and singers to make music in support of Pat who is entering his second month in prison at Castlerea.

Bring your instruments and join us for ceol agus craic this Saturday in Castlerea, Co Roscommon.

There will be a bus from Sligo to Castlerea for the event.  And also a bus leaving Bellanaboy at 11:30am.

13 March 2010 - 2:00pm - 6:00pm

Enda Kenny called on to show leadership on Corrib gas

Áine Ryan - Mayo News

If Enda Kenny wants to be Taoiseach, let him show his leadership qualities by addressing a bitter controversy in his own back yard, the protracted Corrib gas saga. That is the view of Labour town councillor, Harry Barrett, who yesterday told The Mayo News that ‘what has gone on in north Mayo, in the name of the State, has been an insult to democracy and the rights of the citizen under the constitution’.
“This controversy has gone on for far too long. Enda Kenny aspires to be leader of the country and this is on our own doorsteps and now needs to be resolved. We have a multi-billion euro resource on the edge of this county and we have had nothing but community turmoil over it,” said Cllr Barrett.

Pat O'Donnell, a Hero

Lorna Siggins, The Irish Times,An Irishwoman's Diary, Sat 28th Oct 2006

Here's a story which illustrates the impact that a controversial project is having on a close-knit community. Nine years ago this week, emergency services received a report that four people had not returned from a boat trip to Belderrig pier in north Mayo.

Solidarity Demos with Pat - come along!

Shell to Sea

 - Community Solidarity organisation meeting, Inver Community Hall, Friday 5th, 8pm

 - Protest at Bellanaboy Refinery, Wednesday 10th

 - Concert at Castlerea Prison, Saturday 13th

 - St. Patrick's Day Pat O'Donnell Support, Irish Embassy in London, Tuesday 16th, 11am

Release Pat O’Donnell and bring the Corrib gas field back into public control

Joe Higgins - MEP

Having travelled from Dublin on Friday to visit Pat O’Donnell in Castlerea Prison, I was encouraged by Pat stating that he was well treated and well respected by prison staff. However, it is an outrage that Pat O’Donnell finds himself in prison at all. He is a victim of the criminalisation of decent people involved in peaceful protest in Erris which highlights the handover of an entire natural resource to a multinational corporation, with not a cent in royalties for the Irish people.

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