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Head to the Auld Sod Bar for live entertainment this Christmas

The management at the Auld Sod Bar would like to take this opportunity to thank all their patrons for all their custom throughout the year. The management and staff have had a great 2015 and look forward to the bar’s continued progression in 2016.

The Auld Sod Bar: your venue for every occasion

The Auld Sod Bar function room, known as 'The Venue', is the newest location in Ballinasloe especially designed to cater for all types of parties and celebrations.

Plans unveiled for long distance greenway around the county

By Frances Toner

Are you looking for a long lasting low maintenance solution? It is time for a Colourfence

For a permanent, no maintenance, solution to all your fencing problems, look no further than Colourfence. Products from the Colourfence range come with a guarantee that the purchase will sustain for 10 years without warping or corroding.

Urgent action required on Leenane road — Mulroy

There is an urgent requirement for action to be taken to get a number of hedges under control on the Leenane road out of Westport, Fianna Fáil councillor Brenda Mulroy said this week.

Open your garden for Irish Red Cross

The Irish Red Cross is appealing to Galway gardening enthusiasts to take part in Open Gardens 2014.

Everything you need for your home and garden at Walsh Paving Centre

Natural stone and block paving has never been more popular and Walsh Paving Centre carries a wide range of Indian sandstone, limestone, and granite paving, as well as a choice of products for your gardening needs such as top soil, bark, building stone, wall cladding, building brick, coloured chipping, and a range of paving slabs in various colours.

Galway landscaping company honoured at horticulture awards

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Moycullen-based Radharc Landscaping Co won two awards at the Bord Bia Amenity Horticulture Awards at the weekend.

Apply now for the GIY Get Ireland Growing fund

The GIY Get Ireland Growing fund is open to community groups, schools, allotments with communal space, community gardens, and not-for-profits looking to develop or enhance an existing community food-growing initiative. Schools can apply for training services or equipment that will allow students to grow their own fruit or vegetables.

Community planting strong roots with garden idea

“Communities that grow together stay together.”

 

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