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Some 20,000 runners from across the country take on the 26.2-mile challenge in the National Marathon Championships in Dublin on Sunday, held in conjunction with the 39th edition of the Dublin Marathon.
It’s the scariest time of the year and The Skeff have a Spooktacular weekend of entertainment lined up! Dress to impress in your Halloween costume and be in with a chance of winning a cash prize over the weekend- 1st Prize €250, 2nd Prize €150 & 3rd Prize €100.
The Four star Hotel Meyrick, in the heart of Galway City, boasts an unrivalled city centre location overlooking Eyre Square. The perfect location from which to explore all that Galway city has to offer this winter- alive with Atmosphere and the beauty of the Wild Atlantic Way
The Connacht Primary Schools Cross Country Finals were held on Saturday in Bushfield grounds, Bullaun, Loughrea. Nearly 500 students took part in what were torrential downpours and testing underfoot conditions.
Ballina made it two from two in Division 2C of the All Ireland League last weekend with a 36-17 bonus point win over Tullamore on the road.
The annual Galway City Tidy Towns Garden Competition results were announced this week. The competition is organised by Galway City Council on annual basis to recognise the efforts of residents, commercial organisations and public buildings to maintain and enhance the appearance of their gardens, estates, and public areas. The overall winner of the Front Garden Competition was Patrick O’Connell, St James Crescent, Mervue. The Best First Time entrant was Bernie Molloy, Castle Park, Ballybane, with Betty O’Flaherty, Forster Court taking the prize for the Best Floral Display category. Brendan Moran, Blackthorn Park won the Best Front Lawn category.
Property: Gortanumera, Portumna, Co. Galway, H53AX97
Excitement is building ahead of this year’s Baboró International Arts Festival for Children, which kicks off in Galway this Monday October 15 for seven days. The programme is bursting with theatre, dance, music, exhibitions, film, and literature as well as talks and workshops for children and adults. There are also opportunities for children and adults to get creative while spending quality time together.
A new report recently launched by Irish business body Ibec, has provided some interesting new insights into the strengths and weaknesses of living and doing business in the west of Ireland and should prove useful for future policy planning in relation to themes such as population, housing, skills, broadband, travel / commuting, tourism, local enterprise development and local government finances.