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Discover Galway city’s hidden green walking network

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As part of Heritage Week, the Terryland Forest Park Alliance is joining once again with the HSE and the Galway City Partnership in calling on the people of Galway city to take part in a ‘Reclaim the City’s Green Spaces’ walk to increase public awareness of the wonderful rich mix of natural landscapes and largely unknown rural lanes or boreens that exist so close to the city centre. The guided walk will begin at 9.30am on Sunday August 27 at ‘The Plots’ sports’ pitches on the Dyke Road.

United head to Dublin for cup tie on the back of defeat

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Galway United face a difficult FAI Cup second round tie against St Patrick’s Athletic at Richmond Park tomorrow evening, 7.45pm kick-off.

Pay and Display parking now applies on Sundays

Pay and Display parking, both on-street and in car parks, now also applies on Sundays, it was announced this week.

The Dyke Road

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The Dyke Road was originally known as the Terryland Embankment. In 1847 a group known as The Corrib Development Company applied for compensation claiming they had spent a considerable sum constructing the embankment — at the time the river was prone to serious flooding. The Commissioner for Public Works took over possession of the works after giving evidence in reply to the claim for compensation. They pointed out that the embankment was partially built in 1839, but after the water had risen that winter, it had given way. The company carried out more works of reconstruction in 1840, but the flood waters burst it again. The river would flood on each occasion as far as Castlegar. The embankment was left unfinished until 1845 when the company tried once more but failed to retain the river. They were subsequently compensated. The building of the canal a few years later greatly alleviated the flooding problems.

Keegan wants a headline-winning performance against Cork

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In another attractive SSE Airtricity League premier division encounter, Galway United host table-toppers Cork City at Eamonn Deacy Park tomorrow (7.45pm).

Take part in a free nature walk in Terryland Forest Park

Members of the public are invited to experience the waterways, wildflower meadows, grasslands, and the woods of Terryland Forest Park in a short nature walk on Saturday, May 13, at 10am. Participants are scheduled to meet at the ‘Plots’ playing pitches on Dyke Road, and the walk will take approximately 45 minutes to complete. It is suitable for all ages and fitness levels. The walk is supported by the Terryland Forest Park Alliance, and it aims to increase public awareness of the wonderful rich mix of natural landscapes in the heart of the city.

Destruction of woods and meadows is ‘a mockery of city’s Green Leaf status’— meeting to be told tonight

Ahead of a public meeting tonight (Thursday Nov 24) leading community activist has condemned as “environmental and health vandalism” the proposals by the Galway City Council to advocate the construction of buildings and a road through the main urban parks.

Be part of the Centenary Conversation

What have Paddy Cullivan (of Callans Kicks), Professor Roy Foster and Hector O hEochagáin in common? Not much you might say, but in fact all three will be taking part in The Centenary Conversations, Galway from Thursday to Saturday next week.

United ready for title-chasers Cork

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Galway United host premier division title chasers Cork City at Eamonn Deacy Park on Saturday evening, kick off 7pm.

Dunne looking for fiery league finish with Finn Harps first up

Following two successive defeats, Galway United host Finn Harps at Eamonn Deacy Park in the SSE Airtricity League premier division on Saturday evening (7pm).

 

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