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Galway Motor Club, organisers of the Galway International Rally, is delighted to announce that Safety Direct will be the title sponsor of the Galway International rally for the fourth consecutive year. The Galway-based safety equipment supplier began its association with the event in 2008 and the success of the rally encouraged them to return for the past three years.
Mr Bertie Ahern TD.
This year’s Galway Summer Rally 2010 will take place on Sunday August 29.
Following a recent series of Diary entries about the Woodford evictions in August 1886, and in particular the siege of ‘Saunder’s Fort’ I believed there was no descendant of the brave Saunders’ family living in the Woodford area today. I was very pleased to receive the following e-mail from Tom Page:
After two years of being based in the home town of the club, Carrick on Suir Motor Club’s premier event the Ravens Rock Rally will move to Kilkenny City this summer. The event has a new management team, a new headquarters and a new stage layout. The rally will bring the best of Ireland’s rallying fraternity to the city over the weekend of June 26- 27.
“I don’t know what people call busy,” said Judge John Neilan, commenting on his workload at Mullingar District Court.
Both Castlebar Town Council and Mayo County Council paid tribute to the late Sean Smyth at their monthly meetings last week. Mr Smyth, who passed away recently, was a former Town Clerk of Castlebar Urban District Council from 1961 to 1968 as it was called at the time, and latterly the CEO of the Mayo County Enterprise Board from it’s inception in 1968 until his retirement in 1993.
CARNMORE/CLAREGALWAY’S Compantas Lir grace the Town Hall Theatre stage next week with its production of Bernard Farrell’s perennial favourite I Do Not Like Thee Dr Fell.
The smiles at the rally finish said it all. After months of preparation, sheer hard graft, and endless enthusiasm, the 2010 McWilliam Park Hotel Mayo Stages Rally had proven to be a resounding success. The sense of satisfaction, tinged no doubt with a hint of relief, was palpable.