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The Galway Continental Christmas Market, which has become one of the most popular seasonal events in the country, is set to undergo a significant expansion and will be renamed ‘Christmas in Galway’ for the 2015 festive season.
Galway's traffic woes are to be compounded by a return to the two way system on Lough Atalia and College Road the chair of the Galway City Business Association has warned. The association is calling for the current one-way system to be retained - at the very least until the end of the summer.
The 2015 Galway Shopping andthis morning Dining Guide, supported by Galway City Business Association and Failte Ireland, will be officially unveiled at a networking breakfast in AIB Lynch’s Castle, Shop Street at 8am on Wednesday April 29. All are invited to attend to support the initiative, with a light breakfast being served.
Katie O’Halloran, the only Irish person and first woman to receive two above-elbow prosthetic arms, will be the guest of honour at the official opening of the Galway Continental Christmas Market and will turn on the city’s festive lights tomorrow evening (Friday).
We have an onus to make Galway more vibrant and enhanced for next generation, says chamber president
There is an onus on Galway to deliver to the next generation a more enhanced and vibrant city, the president of Galway Chamber told more than 200 business leaders who attended the Galway Chamber Business Briefing and the Galway Chamber Port Development Committee update on Monday.
A fun- filled family Easter egg hunt takes place in the city this Easter Saturday.
Galway city businesses are being asked to sponsor flower boxes that will be in place across the city from early May to the end of October.
Eyre Square’s Kennedy Park may have to be closed to the public so work can take place to restore the grasslands damaged during the Christmas Market.
Christmas shoppers in Galway can enjoy a handy saving on their car parking thanks to the City Centre Car Park at Fairgreen, just around the corner from the Tourist Office.
Two hour, free, on street parking, in Galway city centre between the hours of 10am and 12 noon, come into force on Monday and will run for a three week period.