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The Healthy Galway City Strategy 2019-2021, launched this week, aims to ensure Galway is a city where everyone can enjoy physical and mental health and wellbeing to their full potential, where wellbeing is valued and supported at every level of society, and where responsibility for health and wellbeing is shared and supported.
The recently completed playground on the grounds of Turlough Park House has won the award for 'Best Public Playground in the Southern Region' at the Association of Landscape Contractors of Ireland, during a recent ceremony in Belfast.
Longford and Westmeath Education and Training Board (LWETB) has announced that funding of over €52,000 is currently available to voluntary youth clubs and groups in the region.
Despite investment aimed at reducing the cost of crèches for parents, there has been a €4 rise in fees per week, according to a new report which was developed and published by Pobal for the Department of Children and Youth Affairs.
The long-awaited and much-welcomed excavation of the Bon Secours Mother and Baby Home in Tuam will probably not commence before early next summer, in order to allow for legislative backing of the move.
Orphans and their guardians must be adequately supported by the State, “be it financially, emotionally or otherwise”, according to Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Children and Youth Affairs Anne Rabbitte.
More than €700,000, from the Dormant Accounts Fund, will go to for Foróige, to support the youth organisation’s Big Brother Big Sister Programme, following approval by Minister Seán Kyne.
The Irish Youth Music Awards, organised by Youth Work Ireland, is celebrating the release of IYMAs Volume 10, an album featuring 10 young up and coming musicians and bands from Galway and Meath. The album will be released tomorrow, Friday, and is available digitally and on CD.
Longford-Westmeath community groups are set to get €160,852 funding, Fine Gael deputy Peter Burke has confirmed.
Youth and arts groups across County Galway are being urged to apply for up to €5,000 in funding through a new residency scheme, which will see groups working with professional artists.