Mayo Leisure Point

  • Mayo Leisure Point, Mayo Movie World and Hogs Heaven Bar in Castlebar all closed their doors last night, as level 3 Covid restrictions came into effect.

    55 staff have been let go from the Castlebar business as a result, while the Castle Leisure Club will remain open, with strict regulations in place.

    The cinema and bowling alley complex will celebrate its 27th year in business next month.

    Owner Cora Mulroy says she does not see how closing their business - which was complying with all public health guidelines - will have any significant impact in tackling the coronavirus.

  • Mayo Leisure Point is an indoor entertainment complex in Castlebar, with a bowling alley, a cinema that re-opened yesterday , a Leisure Club including a swimming pool that opened today, restaurants/ diners and Hogs Heaven Sports Bar among it facilities.

    Cora Mulroy and her team have now developed an extensive, covered outdoor dining area to the rear of the cinema, adhering to the Covid regulations for outdoor dining/ drinking this summer.

    Cora told Midwest News Editor Teresa O’Malley more about the new development


    While Vanessa Forde is the busy Manager of Castle Leisure Club, where the swimming pool and gym re-opened today

    She told Teresa about the adaptations made for the safe return of members to the gym from today…