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Ireland West Airport has announced, in partnership with Bank of Ireland, the first ever runway run/walk which will take place on the airport runway on Saturday May 28.
Ireland West Airport, in partnership with Bank of Ireland, has announced the first ever charity run/walk on the runway at its base in Knock.
At the end of May runners and walkers are being offered a chance to dash off down the runway of Ireland West Airport Knock for the first time ever and challenge themselves on a 5km course. Saturday May 28 at 7pm will see the inaugural Bank of Ireland sponsored Runway Run-Walk taking place.
Cancer Care West, the west of Ireland cancer charity, is expanding its support service for children affected by a diagnosis of cancer in the family.
University Hospital Galway is the first hospital in the country to host an inspiring exhibition which features the stories of 10 breast cancer survivors.
Irish Cancer Society announces further investment in blood cancer research initiative being led by NUI Galway
The Irish Cancer Society has announced a further significant investment in blood cancer research that will benefit more patients across Ireland. The national cancer charity is committing €450,000 over the next five years to support the expansion of Blood Cancer Network Ireland, a new clinical research network for blood cancers, which is being led by NUI Galway.
DeCare Dental’s Charity of the Year committee recently presented a cheque of €10,000 to Cancer Care West. Cancer Care West was DeCare’s 2015 chosen charity as nominated by DeCare’s employees and the proceeds of all fundraising activities throughout the year went to this very worthy west of Ireland charity which provides support to cancer patients in the region.
Ireland West Airport staff have voted to select three new charities for the inaugural Ireland West Airport Charity of The Year programme for 2016. The airport has announced that the three charities selected for 2016 are Cancer Care West, MS Ireland, and Pieta House.
Galway athletes claimed an historic double when both the senior men and women's teams won titles at the National Inter-County Cross Country Championships in Tuam on Sunday.
Seven inpatient and 10 day case admissions were cancelled at University Hospital Galway as part of the regional hospital’s contingency plan to deal with the nurses’ strike, which was due to have taken place on Tuesday.