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Ultimate Agri Christmas Party hosted by West Women in Farming

Do you work in the Agri business? Have you booked your Christmas Party? Are you a farmer looking to celebrate the festive season with those who help run your farm? This is the perfect occasion to do that.

A Christmas Social for the Agriculture Community will be held on December 10 in Loughrea Hotel with dinner, drinks & entertainment

A drinks reception will welcome farmers, agri suppliers and businesses, vets, advisors and all those connected to farming. They will all come together for the festive season in the event hosted by WWFI. Drinks reception 7pm.

As they sit down to a three-course dinner they will be hearing from and recognising achievements of those who empower and support women in the agri world.

After eating,the music will begin and people will enjoy mingling with those in their agricultural community. For those who work in isolation or small numbers, this is the perfect work Christmas party alternative and a night to not to be missed. It promises to bring the agricultural community together the first event of its kind.

Tickets are €35 per person, WWFI will be running a raffle on the night of the Ultimate Agri Christmas Party with spot prizes. They are delighted to receive sponsorship of any prize especially any agricultural-related one. All those who give a prize will be mentioned as the sponsor on the night. Money raised will go towards organising events to empower and support women in agriculture. We have had an overwhelming response to date and welcome more.

Organiser Martina Egan can be contacted 0861686867 Or [email protected]

Annual Fundraising Quiz

St. Joseph's Young Priests Society, Mervue Branch, is holding their annual fundraising quiz on Thursday November 23 in Flannery's Hotel, Dublin Road, at 8pm.

Tables of four and the fee is 10 per person. As in other years there will be attractive prizes for the winners and also a raffle with lovely prizes.

All funds will go towards helping the training and education of men to the priesthood. Your support for this enjoyable evening and worthy cause would be very much appreciated.

Santa to make guest appearance at Lone Parents Information Seminar

Galway Rural Development will host a Lone Parent Seminar in Peacockes Hotels of Maam Cross on Friday November 24 from 9am to 1:30pm.

The event which is free to attend will see Santa making a guest appearance with a gift from Santas Grotto for all young children.

The event will be attended by GRETB, Local Employers, GMIT, NUIG, Galway Domestic Violence and MABS.

As part of the day The Road Safety Authority will give a talk around road safety and will give out road safety items. There will also be free legal aid advice and a local employment network; and Society of St Vincent de Paul will also be there to answer any questions people might have.

Each organisation will take a stand and give out information on the day. This is an open event and is open to everyone.

BPW to Host Open Business Networking Event

BPW Galway is delighted to host an Open Evening on Monday November 20 in the Ardilaun Hotel from 6:30pm – 8pm. An opportunity to meet existing members and find out more about joining the local group of the International Business and Professional Women's Club.

With a business focus on the night, club member Laura Lynch will present on 'Practical tax tips and traps for employees, the self-employed, parents and retirees', which is undoubtedly of interest to many.

As we get ready to move into a New Year BPW invite you to join them and find out more about how joining BPW Galway can be of benefit to your career across both professional and personal development.

Admission is free and refreshments will be served. Please RSVP on www.bpwgalway.ie

Canney welcomes €700k additional funding for Tuam primary care centre

East Galway TD Seán Canney has been informed that the Department of Health have sanctioned €700,000 in additional funding for diagnostic services for Tuam Primary Care Centre.

Deputy Canney has lobbied the Department of Health on an on-going basis on this issue.

The funding will provide for X-Ray equipment, Ultrasound equipment, and funding for a Radiographer, Radiographer Assistant, Ultrasonographer, and Clerical Officer. This will allow for X-rays and ultrasounds to be carried out in Tuam. This will help alleviate the necessity to have to travel to Galway for these tests.

The new Primary Care Centre is nearing completion and handover. This €14 million investment by the HSE will be operational by the year end.

The investment will enable the provision of 200 X-rays per week and 60 ultrasounds per week.

‘I will continue to lobby for additional services for the Tuam Health Campus’ concluded Deputy Canney.

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