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Mayor urges Galwegians to pull on maroon jersey as city reopens for Christmas

Thu, Dec 03, 2020

Mayor Mike Cubbard at the launch of the city's Christmas lights on Tuesday.

Everyone has a part to play in helping boost the local economy and limiting the spread of Covid-19 this December, that is the message from Mayor of the Galway City Council, Mike Cubbard, as Galwegians get ready to do their Christmas shopping and make the long-awaited return to the restaurants and bars.

Having switched on the lights in Eyre Square on Tuesday evening, Mayor Cubbard says there is a huge emphasis on personal responsibility over the next few weeks to ensure Galway can remain open and for everyone to enjoy the festive period.

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