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Galway Docklands Festival— a celebration of Galway’s Marine Industry

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The heart of Galway’s maritime heritage comes to life with the much-anticipated Galway Docklands Festival, taking place from September 29 to October 1. This three-day festival promises an unforgettable experience celebrating Galway’s rich marine industry, all while supporting charitable causes.

Former Galway Rovers boss Callaghan to return to city for special events next week

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The Galway United Friends Co Op is pleased to announce that former Galway Rovers manager Tommy Callaghan will be a special guest at the Galway United versus Athlone Town game on Friday 29th September.

United legends to honour Dave Daly in Lakeview School fundraising effort

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Galway United legends will be involved in some of the fundraising activities for Lakeview School in honour of Dave Daly, who sadly passed away in June.

Register today for the Galway Memorial Walk

Join the Galway Memorial Walk on Sunday September 10. The annual walk in aid of Galway Hospice sees hundreds walking Salthill Prom together in memory of loved ones.

Get ready to run - it's the annual Streets of Galway 8k

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Galway's most popular race, the Streets of Galway 8k, takes place on Saturday (August 12) at 7pm.

Daly strikes gold with dominant run

Finlay Daly was the toast of Galway at Athletic Ireland's National Senior Championships in Santry Stadium at the weekend.

In memory of Criostóir

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A ballad is a form of verse, a poem or a song that tells a story. It can be considered either poetic or musical and is written in short stanzas with a rhyming system abcb. These forms of folk songs were often anonymous retellings of local legends, stories of particular events or characters.

In their green and black jerseys, we remember them still

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Father Tom Burke’s Hurling Club was founded in 1898. It was called after the very famous Galway-born Dominican priest and preacher whose statue can be seen today on Father Griffin Road. Its membership was composed in the main of fishermen from the Claddagh. In their very early days, teams had 21 players.

MADRA’s Doing it for the Dogs with the two councils

MADRA have teamed up with Galway County Council and Galway City Council to provide a discounted microchipping service this Sunday September 18 at the Claddagh Hall. As part of MADRA’s Doing it for the Dogs Fundraiser, dog owners can get their dog microchipped at a substantially reduced rate of €25. For dogs already chipped, owners can avail of a free scan and check service to make sure their contact details are up-to-date.

Last call for entries to Streets of Galway 8k

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Limited entry is still available online for the 36th edition of the Galway Clinic sponsored Streets of Galway 8km, organised by Galway City Harriers.


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