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The Galway City Council will be among 15 local authorities in the State taking part in the first National Make Way Day, an initiative to raise awareness of the needs of people with disabilities in the public spaces we all share.
More than 50 attendees learned how to grow food in small spaces, and find food in wild places, at a seminar in the Harbour Hotel last week. Speakers Mark Ridsdill-Smith of Vertical Veg (UK), and Kathleen McMahon of Blackriver Wild Foods in Headford, shared their vast experience of growing food in small gardens and balconies, and identifying edible berries and plants growing in the wild around Galway.
Established over 20 years ago, Access for All is a voluntary group based in Galway City that promotes universal access. When our residents with a disability and/or accessibility issues are combined with those of our annual visitors, we advocate for approximately 25,000 people. We need your practical support to continue with our projects for 2018.
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.
A unique, hand-painted jigsaw featuring five Kings of the Claddagh sailing past the Long Walk in a Galway Hooker will be unveiled in Claddagh National School this Friday, April 7 at 10am.
The planting of a new edible forest demonstration garden in the Westside Amenity Park, between the Circular Road and Siobhan McKenna Road, takes place this Sunday at 2pm.
A free weaning workshop and cooking session for parents and guardians of babies up to one year will take place at the Ballybane Resource Centre on Wednesday January 25.