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Perched above the busy main streets in the centre of Athlone sits a new addition to the town’s foodie scene.
Let your inner vampire out this Halloween as The Snug Bar is holding a fancy dress party, with spot prizes for the best costumes! If you usually don't give much thought to your dress sense, dig out the cape and groom those hairy hands for what may well prove to be an interesting Saturday night out!
Mayo County Council's Economic Development and Enterprise Support Strategic Policy Committee threw their weight behind finding a solution to securing the future of Westport House. The committee held a special meeting on Wednesday to discuss the future of the attraction after NAMA placed a loan attached to the estate up for sale as part of its Project Arrow portfolio.
The Prince Bar has a full listing of great music for October, welcoming top bands from around Ireland to take to their stage every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and bank holiday Sundays.
THE FOURTH annual Why Not? Adventure Film Festival, a day of screenings of documentaries on mountain climbing, trekking in wild and remote corners of the globe, human endurance, extreme sports, and the human thirst for adventure, returns to Galway this weekend.
AFTER A successful run at the Town Hall Theatre Studio in April, Hourglass Theatre Company return to the venue with a revival of Loose Change, a trio of one acts by Ian Patterson.
The official opening of Oughterard’s Corribdale Park will take place this Saturday September 19. The event will start with a free family funday taking place from 1pm - 2pm. There will be pony rides, bouncy castle, zorb footballs, a popcorn stall and face-painting as well as music and specially designed fitness challenges!
The latest survey by the Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL) alliance shows Galway city as ‘moderately littered’, losing its Clean to European Norms status, and in 33rd position in the ranking of 40 towns and cities nationwide.
The Dillons were a well known and respected family in Galway. It was put about that it was his determination that his five children should have a thorough knowledge of the Irish language, that led professor Tom Dillon, and his wife Geraldine (Plunkett), and their two maids, to leave the rambling Dangan House, and to settle in Barna, a small Irish speaking fishing village, four miles on the other side of the town.