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Every time you fuel yourself or your vehicle at the Galway Plaza and Supermac’s this summer, you will be helping Galway’s teams on their chase for silverware.
The legendary Galway singer, Sean Keane, will be the special guest at a colossal gathering of musicians in aid of fellow musician, Áine Morgan at an event taking place in the Loughrea Hotel and Spa on Thursday, July 26.
The annual Bike Fest in aid of Blood Bike West will take place at The Galway Plaza this Monday, June 4. The event has raised over €10,000 for the charity over the past few years. Blood Bike West was Ireland’s first Blood Bike Service and is an all-volunteer emergency logistic service using motorcycles for the collection and delivery of urgent items to and from hospitals, clinics, laboratories, hospices, and other patient centres in the West of Ireland.
Supermac’s has raised over €500,000 for the charity Trócaire since the group of family restaurants started collections almost 30 years ago.
Former All Ireland winner and Galway legend, Gerry McInerney, is set to shave off his moustache for the first time in his adult life in order to raise funds for the memorial family fund of his friend and teammate, Tony Keady.
Three thousand spectators spectators braved the changeable weather at the weekend to view over €32 million worth of supercars at The Galway Plaza last Saturday.
3000 spectators braved the changeable weather at the weekend to view over €32 million worth of supercars at The Galway Plaza last Saturday.
This Saturday September 9 at noon, Cannonball returns to The Galway Plaza at Junction 16, Kiltullagh, where spectators can get up close and personal with 190 of the finest cars on the planet and enjoy the unique festival atmosphere that Cannonball is renowned for.
Supermac’s has announced this week that it is the new sponsors of The Marty Squad on RTÉ Radio 1. The show which returned to RTÉ Radio 1 on Sunday June 11 will air 6-7pm each Sunday.The Marty Squad, presented by Marty Morrissey and Brenda O’ Donoghue, takes a look at the weekend’s GAA action with guests and analysis. The show will travel across the country with outside broadcasts planned throughout the summer.
On the 23rd of September 2014, a little miracle was born in University Hospital, Galway. Juliet Smith was, at that point, Ireland’s most scanned baby according to her mother Gabrielle. The reason little Juliet was a miracle baby was because the condition that threatened to take her before she was born was so rare that it was a 1 in a million chance of occurrence. Gabrielle was told that her baby might not survive and that she should prepare for the worst.