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The brilliant sunshine we have been enjoying in recent weeks cannot be guaranteed, but one thing that is certain this summer is that there is a great opportunity to brush up and practise your French at a range of classes on offer at the French Institute in the Bridge Mills.
King Edward VII was known as ‘Peacemaker’ for his role in fostering good relations between Britain and France, he was renowned for his politeness and good manners, and throughout the continent he was affectionately called the ‘Uncle of Europe’.
The issue of debt has become one of the most dominant themes in the media and it will be the subject of a public training workshop this weekend.
A NEW art gallery has opened in Bridge Mills and it is currently hosting the exhibition Behind The Walls of Kylemore, a series of paintings of Kylemore Abbey by Sara Kyne.
This Saturday (November 27) The Bridge Mills sees the opening of an exciting new art space shared by a group of dedicated artists.
Opening this autumn, The Everyman Gallery in the heart of Galway will be an art gallery with a difference. Situated in The Bridge Mills, one of Galway's finest restoration projects, the Everyman Gallery will have a unique location on banks of the River Corrib. The purpose of the project is to put art back into everyday lives.
IT’S STRANGE but many people actually think of and refer to Africa as if it were one country, not a continent of many and diverse nations.
Subsidies for and trade agreements with the Third World will be examined and discussed at a public meeting in the Galway One World Centre in the Bridge Mills on Tuesday at 7pm.
Make the most of the long evenings and bright mornings by attending an intensive French course this summer at the French Institute.
The Granary Learning Centre has become one of the city’s most popular language schools but now it is branching out to host exhibitions, readings, and film screenings with its new events series called The Meeting Point.