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Especially for Seachtain na Gaeilge, Babógbaby affectionately known as BB brings us his very own BB app for the iphone, ipad and itouch where it has the same function of the actual teddybear.
Ryan Tubridy wants lots of toys for Christmas. Not for himself, but for all the children around the country who will be in need this Christmas. Working with Barons Self Storage and St Vincent de Paul he is trying to make sure that no child is without a toy in Galway this Christmas morning. How can you help?
Work has commenced on a playground and a multi-use games area in Kilkelly, Swinford Electoral Area councillors were informed on Tuesday.
The Moatrix Festival, which is now in its second year, is an action packed charity weekend for all the family, with up to 10 bands each day and six singer/songwriters playing between bands. The festval will take place in Don’s Bar, Moate on Saturday August 28 and Sunday August 29 from midday to midnight, and will include outdoor bars, the live music, and a huge BBQ.
Having exhibited Other Peoples Lives, a series of paintings which takes inspiration from old family movies and found photographs from the 1950s previously at the Upstairs Gallery, Watergate Theatre, Limerick based artist Nuala O’Sullivan is back to present All Fall Down in the Upstairs Gallery from Friday June 25 to Friday July 30.
Your baby is the most important treasure in your life, so naturally you want only the best for him or her. Little Dreamers cherishes the safety and wellbeing of your little one just as much as you do and has created a beautiful calm atmosphere for you to browse while creating your dream nursery.
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Leas-cathaoirleach of Westmeath County Council, Cllr Dan McCarthy, performed the official opening of Delvin Playground on Monday. This is now the 12th playground facility provided under the council’s Playground Provision Scheme.
Play therapy is an approach that uses the power of play to help children resolve a range of emotional, behavioural, and developmental issues.
Residents of Kilkenny city who want playgrounds to be built in their area should notify the local authority while there is still money available, according to Cllr Paul Cuddihy (FG).