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The Bank Holiday weekend has finally arrived at last, this weekend will see the county full of barbeques, and lunch is becoming the new dinner.
Gardai are askubg all road users to take care over the Easter Bank Holiday Weekend. The appeal was made ahead of a major Garda operation focusing on road safety during the holiday.
Now in its seventh year, the 2018 Galway Food Festival will take place over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend, from March 29 to April 2. The west's premier food festival celebrates the city and county’s culinary landscape, showcasing the people, produce, and passion that have firmly established Galway as the food capital of the west.
Bank holiday weekends are always busy on Ireland's roads because people want to go home or get away, and it is also a very busy weekend in sport with all GAA fans travelling to Dublin. As always, members of An Garda Síochána will be out in force as they do their very best to keep our roads as safe as possible but this year they have an extra helper getting the road safety message out there.
This bank holiday weekend Bluemoose will make a welcome return to Prince Bar Athlone on Saturday, June 3.
MIKE SKINNER, Cafolla and Engel, and a host of leading Galway DJs - it's going to be one hell of a weekend for some seriously good music and many hours of dancing at HALO this Bank Holiday Weekend.
WITH ANOTHER Bank Holiday coming so soon after the last it's another chance for a long weekend and big nights out, and HALO nightclub, Abbeygate Street, has a stacked line-up of resident DJs all weekend.
WITH THE May Bank Holiday Weekend coming hot on the heels of the Easter Bank Holiday, it will be another chance to dance, with leading Galway and Irish DJs taking over all floors of the Electric Garden and Theatre.
Mrs Doyle has changed her brew, all for the cause of road safety,.Mrs Doyle has ditched the teas bags for coffee to drive home a very important safety message this weekend. The legendary image of Pauline McLynn is set to dominate the west of Ireland landscape with a plea 'go on, go on, take a break' and have a cup of coffee.