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A unique way of remembering a loved one who has emigrated or passed away was launched at University Hospital Galway earlier this week.
On Saturday December 7 and Sunday December 8 the Connect Intercultural Community Group and the Ard Family Resource Centre in Doughiska will hold a Christmas craft fair.
Don't dump your Christmas tree — recycle it for free. Drop your tree into the County Council Office yard on the Kilmaine Road, Ballinrobe, and it will be recycled for free.
The Western Care Christmas shop is now open at the Vocational Training Centre, Castlebar, selling Christmas trees supplied by Coillte from local sustainable forests, Christmas wreaths and cards and handmade crafts at competitive prices. All profits will go to Western Care local services.
Most of us increase the chance of fire occurring in our homes by introducing items such as paper decorations, Christmas trees, temporary lighting, and large amounts of wrapping paper and boxes. These few simple precautions can dramatically reduce the risk of fire, particularly during the Christmas period.
People can remember loved ones in a unique way this Christmas by sponsoring a light on the Christmas tree at University Hospital Galway.
People can remember a loved one living or deceased in a unique way this Christmas by sponsoring a light on the Christmas tree at University Hospital Galway.
The wonderful smell of Christmas is in the air with the arrival of the first shipment of Nordman fir Christmas trees at Dangan House Garden Centre.
Mayo Roscommon Hospice invites you to sponsor a light for someone you know (living or deceased) to shine on a special Christmas tree in Knock throughout the Christmas period.
Galway County Council is accepting Christmas trees for recycling during normal working hours up until tomorrow, Saturday January 15 at Canal Drive, Ballinasloe. Please note this service is for the domestic sector only.