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  • Welcome to Easkey
    numbers have been increased now 1 36 There will be no bonus number Buy three lines for 5 Euro Latest Results Jackpot 3 000 no winner Nx wk jackpot 3 100 No s drawn 15 22 29 32 5X 25 winners Joan Elizabeth Josephine Gordon Tom O Driscoll Kathleen James Elsie Grey Prom michael weir Publications Several books have been written about Easkey and these are available in the village and from local bookshops Subscribe Welcome to Easkey Easkey is that rare village in the Modern World that has remained unspoilt and has escaped mass development It is a thriving community with several new housing developments introducing new people to the established traditional residents There are very active voluntary organisations that have already set up a Community Council and have built a new Community Centre a heritage centre enterprise units and most recently a new caravaning park which is now opened Easkey has many things to do places to stay and a very active local community It is located right in the centre of West Sligo at the estuary of the Easkey river and directly on the Wild Atlantic Way People visit for the spectacular scenery great surfing and the

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  • Welcome to Easkey
    with all facilities begins on March 14th 2014 Publications Several books have been written about Easkey and these are available in the village and from local bookshops Subscribe DIRECTIONS TO EASKEY From Ballina Take the N59 Sligo Road about three miles to the R298 Turn left towards Enniscrone Follow the road through Enniscrone to Easkey about 12 miles From Sligo Take the N5 towards Dublin and take the first exit to Ballina via the N59 Follow the N59 to Dromore West about 15 miles At Dromore West turn right on the R298 to Easkey about 4 miles From Dublin Via the N4 to Longford N5 to Swinford N26 to Ballina via Foxford Follow the directions from Ballina From Belfast Via M1 to Dungannon A4 to Belco N14 to Sligo and follow the directions from Sligo From Galway N17 to Claremorris via Tuam N60 to Castlebar N5 to Bellavary N58 to Foxford N26 to Ballina Follow the directions from Ballina From Cork N20 via Mallow to Limerick N18 via Ennis to Claregalway N17 to Claremorris via Tuam N60 to Castlebar N5 to Bellavary N58 to Foxford N26 to Ballina Follow the directions from Ballina Knock Airport N5 to Swinford N26 to

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  • Welcome to Easkey
    Sligo Forum Area LINKS Enniscrone Ballina Killala Galway Local News Keep up to date with all that is going in Easkey and its surroundings Start Coming Events The first full year of the Easkey Park with all facilities begins on March 14th 2014 Publications Several books have been written about Easkey and these are available in the village and from local bookshops Subscribe West Sligo Forum West Sligo Forum as

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  • Welcome to Easkey
    Community Centre Playschool Fitness Centre Easkey House Bicycle Hire COMMUNITY Community Council West Sligo Forum Area LINKS Enniscrone Ballina Killala Galway Local News Keep up to date with all that is going in Easkey and its surroundings Start Coming Events The first full year of the Easkey Park with all facilities begins on March 14th 2014 Publications Several books have been written about Easkey and these are available in the

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  • Welcome to Easkey
    Enniscrone Ballina Killala Galway Local News Keep up to date with all that is going in Easkey and its surroundings Start Coming Events The first full year of the Easkey Park with all facilities begins on March 14th 2014 Publications Several books have been written about Easkey and these are available in the village and from local bookshops Subscribe St James Church Easkey St James is the Roman Catholic Church

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  • Welcome to Easkey
    Community Centre Playschool Fitness Centre Easkey House Bicycle Hire COMMUNITY Community Council West Sligo Forum Area LINKS Enniscrone Ballina Killala Galway Local News Keep up to date with all that is going in Easkey and its surroundings Start Coming Events The first full year of the Easkey Park with all facilities begins on March 14th 2014 Publications Several books have been written about Easkey and these are available in the

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  • Welcome to Easkey
    Tireragh West Sligo having been originally built for Oliver McDonnell who came to the area to marry an O Dowd widow Although much of the original structure has been lost over time the main body of the castle remains Situated adjacent to Easkey pier the 63 feet high castle is a dominant landmark and the highest part is known as the Sailor s Bed Rathlee Tower Rathlee Tower is an historical landmark 3 miles from Easkey The tower served as a watch out post during the 19th century and was used during the 2nd World War as a lookout post Today all that remains of the tower are the four walls Easkey Bridge Built in 1847 after the old bridge was washed away in 1844 Easkey bridge provides access to the village from the Sligo side of the area The Bullance stone built into the bridge wall is a symbolic drinking trough which qualified the village to hold a Fair Day The water in the stone is reputedly a cure for skin infections Hangings took place in the early 19th century from the bridge The Split Rock A mile south of Easkey on the R297 heading towards Sligo is the unusual Ice Age boulder known locally as the Split Rock Local legend holds that the rock was split as a result of an argument between two giants on the Ox Mountains one of whom was Fionn MacCumhaill It is said that if someone dares to go through the split three times the rock will close in on them The Abbey Situated in the centre of the village Easkey Abbey and graveyard dates back to Medieval times The graveyard holds some uniquely designed tombstones and was in use until Roslee cemetery opened in 1888 Dromore West Work House This workhouse was

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