‘Speak Outs ‘ in Clifden and Galway for European Capital of Culture bid

Two more Speak Outs have been arranged as part of a public engagement campaign in Galway’s bid to win the European Capital of Culture 2020 designation. Following the success of the first two city Speak Outs a third event will take place in the county at the Clifden Station House Hotel on Thursday 26th March 2at 7pm.

A fourth event will take place upstairs in the Róisín Dubh, Dominick Street on Monday March 30 at 7pm. These ‘Speak Out’ events are part of a comprehensive public engagement programme taking place throughout Galway city and county over the coming months.

Register at ‘Roisin Dubh Speak Out!’ Facebook page or email [email protected]

Join the Galway 2020 conversation on Twitter at @galway2020 and on Facebook at Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture.

To register for the Clifden ‘Speak Out’ please email [email protected]

‘Speak Out’ invites the public to share ideas around the theme of How to Build a Better Galway in 2020 and beyond. The public is invited to speak for three minutes sharing their ideas on how they can play their part in the next chapter of Galway’s future. Participants can sign up to discuss potential projects, and everyone is welcome to come along, listen and discuss.


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