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He’s making a list and checking it twice! Have you posted your letter to Santa?
No 60 St Brendan's Avenue is an excellently located mid-terrace townhouse, which has been completely refurbished in recent years. The property is a compact, yet spacious, one bedroom house, with living room, kitchen and bathroom at ground floor level and a large double bedroom at first floor level.
St Brendan’s Belmullet: 35
St Patrick’s Drama Group, Westport, return to the stage once again with a revival of one of their most popular productions over the past 50 years, Michael Carey’s hit, Thy Will Be Done. This is the story of two brothers, and is set in the summer of 1998 in an old outhouse where Jack (Lennie Grimes) has been living for nearly 40 years after falling out with his brother Peteen (Tony Varley) who remained in the family home.
Grenham Travel, Sunway and Ireland West Airport have teamed up to give you the opportunity to win a fantastic prize for one adult and one child to visit Santa in Lapland in December 2018. Simply visit grenhamtravel facebook and enter their Like and Share competition. A fairytale world of snow covered forests and the opportunity to meet Santa himself is what makes a holiday to Lapland the perfect choice for treasured memories.
Santa is coming to Galway City on November 17 to officially light up Galway city.
Ireland West Airport this week announced a special flight to Lapland will take to the skies in December 2017. This one night Santa’s Sleepover trip will depart on December 12 and is a holiday of a lifetime.
Elf Town Galway is a one-of-a-kind Santa experience that is launching on November 19th at 15 Market Street. In the true spirit of Christmas, the first 500 tickets will be donated to two local and worthy charities, Galway Simon Community and Hand in Hand.
After Brendan Maher lifted the Liam McCarthy Cup high over his head in the Hogan Stand a fortnight ago, he mentioned in his speech that it had been "six long years" for Tipperary waiting for this day. Six years may be a long time in Tipperary, but it was 38 years for Mayo to reach an All Ireland final from the last time they won it in 1951 to their next dance with the girls at the end of the summer in 1989. That particular dance saw Cork go home with girls and since then Mayo have gone back to the same dance hall on six more occasions only to leave by themselves at the end of the night when the jackets were being collected from the cloakroom.
We are in the last days of summer. It is safe to say that we have not had a great summer weather-wise, but we have had a wonderful few days last weekend and into this week. I hope you all will have had a chance to enjoy it, and that young people will have an opportunity to do all the enjoyable outdoor pursuits before school beckons.