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The Green Flag Award for Parks is recognised throughout the world as the mark of a quality park or green space, awarded for exceeding tough environmental standards in green space management, and excellence of visitor attractions.
The Galway Waterways Association has submitted what one local councillor has called “an ambitious plan”, to restore and enhance the city’s network of rivers and canals, to the Galway 2020 team, as part of the preparations for its 2020 Capital of Culture designation.
Objectives from the Athlone Canal Planning Study will now be part of the new Town Development Plan.
The newly formed Athlone Canal Restoration group are inviting the public to a meeting in the Prince of Wales on September 19 at 7.30pm.
The prestigious Green Flag Award was presented to nine schools from across the county, at an awards ceremony held in Hotel Kilkenny, on May 20. Three schools were awarded Green Flags for the first time and a further six schools successfully renewed their Green Flags.
An annual beach litter survey and clean-up will take place this Saturday August 9, at Ballyloughane Beach, Renmore.
Salthill beach will be receiving a thorough clean on Saturday, September 20 at 2pm as part of the Galway Atlantaquaria & Marine Conservation Society’s (MCS) annual Beachwatch litter survey and clean-up.