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An honest and compelling account of embracing farm life, ‘The Cow Book’ by John Connell has become one of the most remarkable memoirs to come out of Ireland this year. As part the Burren Winterage Weekend, John Connell will read from his book tomorrow Friday October 26 between 3 and 4 pm at Gort Library. This event is supported by the Healthy Ireland at your Library initiative.
Sherry FitzGerald welcomes to the market Failte Abhaile, Tyrone, Kilcolgan, for sale by private treaty. This is a lovely detached family home in a scenic quiet cul de sac overlooking Galway Bay and the Burren hills. Offering beautiful scenery with countryside living yet being within minutes’ drive of Kilcolgan village with easy access to the M6/M18 motorways and Galway city.
Arts and Cultural events will be taking place in venues all across Ireland as part of Culture Night on Friday, September 16. For the first time Batafada will host an event in Burren School, only a few miles outside Castlebar. They are delighted to be part of this national initiative and will be opening their doors to the whole community to celebrate and experience local arts and culture.
THE BURREN, Ireland's strangest and most fascinating landscape, one of the world's finest examples of a glacio-karst landscape, is the subject of a new exhibition in The Kenny Gallery.
RICHARD HEARNS, described by the Sunday Independent as "one of contemporary Irish art's best kept secrets" whose "star is in the ascendant" will exhibit his paintings in Anton’s Cafe, Fr Griffin Road.
The Burren Lowlands Group was among the winners at this year’s Golden Mile of Galway Awards, receiving the Built Heritage Award for a mile extending from Ballylee Cross to the Ballyaneen lios/fort. This is one of the most historic roads in the county as it includes Thoor Ballylee, an old mill and miller’s house, Yeats’ cottage, ring forts, a blessed well, and 19th century farmhouses.
Fianna Fáil Councillor Lisa Chambers has called on the Department of Education and Skills to reconsider opening Castlebar Educate Together National School (ETNS) this September. "I was extremely disappointed to learn that Educate Together was written to by the Department of Education and Skills suggesting that the option of location in the old Burren NS should be re-considered, or that the opening should be postponed," said Cllr Chambers
Tourism bosses are confident next week's royal visit to Galway will lead to a surge in the number of visitors from the UK. Views of the city and county will be beamed across the world due to the presence of Prince Charles and Camilla The Duchess of Cornwall on Tuesday. The world's media, which avidly follows members of the royal family to every destination, will undoubtedly ensure the city and county gets a well deserved share of the spotlight.
A Kinvara-based entrepreneur has fulfilled his lifelong dream to offer an exciting new way to travel between Galway city and the Burren,
ANGELINE COOKE, a founder member of the Irish Kidney Association, will hold an exhibition of her paintings, Looking West, in the Renzo Café, Eyre Street.