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One of Ireland’s most picturesque cycle sportives, the Tour de Achill, which takes in routes along the Wild Atlantic Way, will take place next Saturday, September 1. The Tour de Achill, hosted by the Achill Wheelers Cycling Club, takes in some of the most stunning scenic routes along the Wild Atlantic Way.
Children will be charmed by tomorrow's Heritage Week programme at Merlin Park woods.
A five minute video portraying the scandal of the Tuam mother and baby home has received hundreds of thousands of views on Facebook.
Located in the heart of Galway’s trendy West End, BóTOWN serves up a wide selection of craft burgers and beers across two floors in a really chilled, cosy and charming setting. The city’s newest burger bar might have only opened its doors last month but it has been over two years in the making. It is the creation of local lads David Fitzpatrick and Frank Greaney, who have completely revamped a previously derelict building at 57 Dominick Street Lower.
The papal visit this weekend will see plenty of celebratory flags and bunting on show but the Ireland of today is very different to the one which greeted John Paul II in 1979. One small, yet vivid, symbol of our changed country is the advocacy group Atheist Ireland, founded in 2008, and which has some 500 subscribers, as well as 13,000 likes on its Facebook page.
I love aromatic plants. What’s an aromatic plant? Well, I think of it as a plant you have to do something to in order for it to release its aroma. So you have to crush the leaves or stems or possibly even tread on it, in order to appreciate its unique fragrance. This is in contrast to scented plants, usually with scented flowers – roses, jasmine or sweet peas for instance – that release their scent into the air without any input from humans. But an aromatic plant makes you work that little bit harder – you have to get up close and personal and engage with the plant in order to appreciate the scent it has to offer, unless you’re in a very sunny climate in which case the sun will draw the aromatic oils from the plant.
The Indian Cultural and Sports Community Galway will celebrate Indian Independence Day this Saturday, August 18, with a cultural event in the Salthill-Knocknacarra GAA Hall, Dr Mannix Road, from 2.30pm to 6.30pm.
The GCBA are delighted to be working this year with the Galway City Council & local business owners to bring you the All-Ireland Hurling Minor & Senior Finals LIVE on the Big Screen in Eyre Square on 19th August.
Sponsored by Athlone Towncentre, 'Friday's Most Stylish' award was won by Caitriona Coyle from Killeigh in county Offaly.
Karma will host Australian duo Teddy Cream this Sunday night. Comprising Vincent Calderone and Brandon Mansion, the touring pair describe their music as 'hard hitting, energetic and uplifting'.