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Independent Galway Senator Fidelma Healy Eames has written to Galway City Council asking them to prioritise the repair and restoration of what she termed the “unsatisfactory” swimming facilities at Blackrock, Ladies Beach, Mid Promenade and Grattan Road, Salthill.
The cost of maintaining 14 public toilets across Galway county is almost double that of maintaining 15 public facilities in the city. Figures released by Galway County Council reveal the full cost of operating the toilets in 2014 was €298,226, while data released by the city council show the total cost to maintain its public facilities in 2014 amounted to just over €158,000.
Galway Autism Partnership’s ambassador Phyllis Daly and the Kingfisher Health Clubs have teamed up to organise an opportunity for women to unite and show their support for the local charity by joining in GAP’s latest fundraising event - Up to Our Neck In It. The event, which is due to be held at Ladies Beach in Salthill, will take place on Sunday August 31 with registration commencing at 5pm.
Family activities are at the heart of the inaugural Galway Sea Festival taking place over the June Bank Holiday weekend (Friday May 30- Monday June 3).
Good news for those who were looking forward to An Tóstal Salthill as the event has been rescheduled to take place this coming Sunday, May 26, with many fun activities planned for its 60th anniversary celebrations.
If you are looking for something to do this bank holiday weekend why not claim your spot along the shoreline to watch the impressive sight of hundreds of racing currachs which will take to the waters for An Tóstal Salthill Festival 2013 which this year celebrates its 60th anniversary.
Time has a habit of dulling the images of the past. Remembering the people we love, trying to recall their faces takes a second or so longer as each year goes by, the pictures blur, the sharpness becomes fuzzy; try as we might, the tide of memory ebbs and flows and slowly goes out to the horizons of the mind.
To mark the third anniversary of Manuela Riedo’s tragic death in Galway in October 2007, a number of events will be taking place next week.
An action-packed festival of street theatre and children’s entertainment has been planned to celebrate Ireland’s entry, Green Dragon, in the Galway Volvo Ocean Race - and its all free.
THE GALWAY Arts Centre is hosting a series of travel and ocean themed exhibitions and events to coincide with the Volvo Ocean Race stopover in the city.