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Sisters are doing it for themselves

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HANNAH QUINN, daughter of renowned Irish film-maker Bob Quinn, will screen her debut short film, My Bonnie, in the Town Hall Theatre as part of this year's Galway Film Fleadh.

Mam Eán - A name that ‘speaks of the world’s wonders’

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That great observer of landscape Tim Robinson reminds us that Connemara is full of saints. Perhaps there isn't a saint in the place today, but they were certainly there in profusion in earlier times. Looking around him from the heights of Errislannan, near Clifden, Tim observes that practically every one of the headlands and islands that he sees has its saint. There is St Roc at Little Killary, St Colmán on Inishboffin, St Ceannanach at Cleggan, St Féichín in Omey and High Island, and all the saints in the tangled archipelagos east of Carna, Bearchan, Breacán, and Enda; and the obscure Mocán or Smocán of Barr an Doire near An Cheathrú Rua, 'and finally the great St Colm Cille who has all the south Connemara coast under his protection...'

Letter to Sylvia Plath from Ted Hughes (March 1956)

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Sylvia, That night was nothing but getting to know how smooth your body is. The memory of it goes through me like brandy. If you do not come to London to me, I shall come to Cambridge to you. I shall be in London, here, until the 14th. Enjoy Paris...Ted. And bring back brandy. Two bottles.

An Bronntanas director and cast Q&A in Clifden

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AN BRONNTANAS, the Celtic-Noir thriller shot in Connemara, and which was premiered at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh, is to receive a special screening and limited run in Clifden.

Improve your fitness at the Connemara Coast Hotel

Set on the Connemara Coast overlooking Galway Bay, the exclusive Coast Club Leisure Centre is the ideal place if you want to improve physical fitness, pamper yourself, or simply escape the pressures of modern life.

Connemara Coast provides the perfect setting for the ultimate wedding

On approaching the Connemara Coast Hotel surrounded by spectacular sea views and rugged landscapes, visitors cannot help but feel they are in a special place - tucked away in a picturesque and unspoilt part of Ireland yet but still only 10 minutes from Galway city.

Results made easier at the Coast Club

Set on the Connemara Coast overlooking Galway Bay, the Coast Club leisure centre is the ideal place if you want to improve physical fitness, pamper yourself, or simply escape the pressures of modern life. The club is packed full of activities and services that make it a pleasure to visit for both young and old. Opening at 6.30am, the Coast Club can accommodate early birds.

Results made easier at the Coast Club

Set on the Connemara Coast overlooking Galway Bay, the Coast Club leisure centre is the ideal place if you want to improve physical fitness, pamper yourself, or simply escape the pressures of modern life. The club is packed full of activities and services that make it a pleasure to visit for both young and old. Opening at 6.30am, the Coast Club can accommodate early birds.

Results made easier at the Coast Club

Set on the Connemara Coast overlooking Galway Bay, the Coast Club leisure centre is the ideal place if you want to improve physical fitness, pamper yourself, or simply escape the pressures of modern life. The club is packed full of activities and services that make it a pleasure to visit for both young and old. Opening at 6.30am, the Coast Club can accommodate early birds.

Results made easier at the Coast Club

Set on the Connemara coast overlooking Galway Bay, the Coast Club Leisure Centre is the ideal place if you want to improve physical fitness, pamper yourself, or simply escape the pressures of modern life. The club is packed full of activities and services that make it a pleasure to visit for both young and old. Opening at 6.30am, the Coast Club can accommodate all you early birds.

 

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