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Galway Gospel Choir Christmas concert

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THE GALWAY Gospel Choir will hold its Christmas concert in the Claddagh Church tomorrow [Wednesday December 17] at 8.30pm, with proceeds this year going to Childline.

Abooo – Where night creatures stalk the streets

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The Macnas parade, a Fancy Dress Party Trail throughout the Latin Quarter, a children’s disco, and some ‘Trick or Treat’ fun - it can only be the return of the ABooo festival.

Council to vote on giving approval to Macnas Halloween parade

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Councillors are expected to give approval to the Macnas Halloween parade, which takes place on Sunday October 26, when they meet in City Hall this afternoon at 4pm.

The West Chapel

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One hundred and ninety eight years ago this month (August 4, 1815), the first High Mass was sung in the West Chapel, and about 50 years later this photograph was taken of the exterior of the building. It was the third church the Dominicans had in the Claddagh.

Metal supports pose danger to boat users says Connolly

Eight metal supports from the Volvo Ocean Race temporary bridge remain in the water between the Claddagh Basin and Spanish Arch and pose a significant danger to boats and canoeists.

Give your house a makeover and save on your energy bills with EuroExternal from EuroHome Building Systems

EuroHome Building Systems will hold an information evening today (Thursday) on its newest product, EuroExternal external wall insulation.

Cake sale to raise funds for St Martin de Porres Trust

A fundraiser in aid of Martin Folan who has been working with the poor in St Vincent, West Indies, for the past two and a half years will take place at the Tertiary Hall, Claddagh Church, on Sunday next August 8 from 10am to 4pm.

Unique property in the Claddagh

Number 16 Frenchville, The Claddagh, is an executor sale and comes to the market with an attractive price tag that is open to offers.

O’Toole’s house in the Claddagh

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The house with the chairs outside was O’Toole’s near the top of Rope Walk in the Claddagh. The photograph was taken c1925. It was obviously a fine day because of the chairs being left out for people to sit in the sun. Beside them you can see a washing tub, and on the front of the house to the right, there is some washing hanging out to dry. Occasional geese can be seen sunning themselves. These were typical Claddagh homes before the village was knocked down and rebuilt.

Cois Cladaigh perform for Lions Club

COIS CLADAIGH choir will present a concert of Christmas music in the Claddagh Church this Saturday at 9pm in aid of the Lions Club Christmas Appeal.


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