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Local community groups are being encouraged to forward applications under the Clár programme to support initiatives such as meals on wheels, transport for cancer patients, improved pedestrian safety within school environs and the development or enhancement of community recreation areas.
The €5 million CLÁR scheme for 2020 has been launched by the Department of Rural and Community Development, and Galway community groups, schools, clubs, and health organisations are being urged to apply for funding.
The Mall in Castlebar may not have been humming this year with the 11th Mayo.ie Women’s Mini Marathon - but its spirit was very much kept alive with the staging of a virtual Mayo Day 10K Your Way, last Sunday.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers has supported three local charities thanks to the bidders who took part in the company's charity auction on Friday last. There was enormous interest in the three fantasy lots which went under the hammer on Friday with auctioneer Colm O’Donnellan on the podium during the live streamed event. Three fictional properties were constructed by the auction team for entertainment purposes only, and they sure did entertain.
In response to an urgent request from Saolta, Cancer Care West have made available their 33-bedroom lodge Inis Aoibhinn, to UHG in support of their fight against the COVID 19 epidemic.
Lymphoedema is pronounced lim-fo-dee-ma. It is a chronic (long-term) swelling caused by a build-up of fluid in the body’s tissues. This happens when the lymphatic system, which normally drains fluid away, is unable to work properly. Lymphoedema can affect any part of the body.
A Mayo nurse who plays a vital role in supporting patients on cutting-edge clinical trials for blood cancers was among the winners at the annual Irish Cancer Society Research Awards on Thursday last.
We are all rightly proud of Galway, our city and county which, I believe, has all the ingredients needed to be the best place in which to work, study, raise a family, and grow older.
Cumann Siúil Cois Coiribe (Corribside Walking Club) is celebrating 20 years of walking this year, in places ranging from the hills of Connemara to Everest Base Camp in Nepal.