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Galway city credit union commits to €300,000 investment in community partnerships over next five years
Improving the quality of life for patients with chronic illness, supporting artists in their career development, providing access to finance in developing countries, and reducing social isolation are some of the initiatives that form part of St Anthony’s and Claddagh Credit Union’s new Community Engagement Programme.
The Galway Black Dragon Kickboxing Club celebrates more success on the international stage. Six fighters, who were part of a 45 strong Irish team, competed at the Unified World Championships in Tuscany in Italy. The Unified World Championships is the world's largest martial arts tournament, attracting thousands of competitors each year from 120 countries. The Galway fighters took a total of five gold, four silver and five bronze medals after fighting the best kickboxers from around the globe.
Emigration and the Galway County Diaspora will be the focus of a major conference to be held by Galway County Council next Thursday September 8 in Clarinbridge.
A Galway woman was crowned queen-bee at the annual Irish Redhead Convention last weekend.
As Galway prepares its bid for the glittering prize of European Capital of Culture 2020 Galway Culture Night showcases just a fraction of the year in culture in our beloved city and county. Friday September 18th brings a cornucopia of cultural treasures as our arts, heritage and community venues throw open their doors, joining Ireland’s national culture party. Hundreds of Galway’s finest artists and creative citizens will showcase their work for free in endlessly imaginative ways, joyfully presenting a super showcase of work made by Galway for Galway and the world. Galway was recently awarded UNESCO City of Film status and has joined the international Creative Cities network; this Culture Night programme shows our city and county at their creative best.
Have you the next guitar star or drummer in your house? Do you want to learn to strut your stuff without having to fork out on expensive instruments?