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Susan O'Grady, Drumfin and Geraldine Anderson Carrickbanagher meet Ryan Tubridy in Strandhill who was was broadcasting his 2FM show to promote the Wild Atlantic Way.  if you missed it, why not catch up on the RTE podcast.

Mission Statement

Ballymote Business Association was created to unite the local businesses to promote and enhance the town of Ballymote to the betterment of the community.  We resolve to conduct our business in a fair and courteous manner and offer the best service to the highest standards.  We commit to maintain our places of business in such a way to show our pride in our community and our county.  Where practicable we will assist and support local clubs and associations to provide better facilities in the area and promote a stronger community identity.


If you want to get out information about your club, results, fixtures etc or association meetings or updates, just email it to,   state where you want it to be listed ie business / social / heritage etc and it will be put up on the site within a few hours.  It's free, so please use it to let everyone know what you are doing


Why have a Ballymote Business Association website?

The purpose of the Ballymote Business Association website is to showcase all that Ballymote has to offer and to promote the town as a great place to live, work and do business in. We envisage that not alone will the site provide invaluable information to people in Ireland, but that family and friends living abroad will be able to keep up to date with matters at home by regularly visiting the site. Our priority just now is to compile a listing of all businesses including retail outlets, manufacturers and service providers plus all clubs and societies in the Ballymote catchement area.

If you, your business or club wishes to be included on this listing please send your business, company, club or society name, contact address and telephone/mobile number to 

Welcome to Ballymote Business  Association

Ballymote (Irish: Baile an Mhóta, meaning "town of the moat)" is a growing market town in south County Sligo, Ireland. It is a historic town, with Ballymote Castle, built by Richard de Burgh, dating from 1300. It also has a market house, a 3 bay 2 storey building at the Rock, currently used by South County Sligo Community Mental health service of the Health Service Executive.

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