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When Siobhán Sloane dreamed up her Farm to Fork Experiences in the foothills of the Sliabh Aughty mountains in Co Galway, the only transport she considered was the coach to the artisan farms and restaurants. Now she has swapped coaches for couriers, turning her food tour into an online farmers' market store delivering farmhouse cheese and wildflower honey.
The Midlands Region of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) hosted a successful business networking event in recent times. Entitled ‘The Green Deal – Gearing up for new ways of working’ the occasion featured special guest speaker Mairead McGuinness MEP.
If you are looking for the ideal venue to celebrate a Communion, confirmation, or special lunch for any occasion, Fork Restaurant at Nox Hotel ticks all the boxes.
There will be no such thing as singin’ the January blues this month thanks to the kindness and generosity of the people at Nox Hotel Galway. As 2019 begins, twinkling fairy lights and festive feasts might seem like a long time ago but with a great offer from Nox Hotel, there is still much to smile about.
There will be no such thing as singing the January Blues this month thanks to the kindness and generosity of the people at Nox Hotel Galway. As 2019 begins, twinkling fairy lights and festive feasts might seem like a lifetime ago, but with a fantastic offer from Nox Hotel, there’s still much to smile about.
Connemara Green Festival 2018 puts the focus on food as part of Galway European Region of Gastronomy
The Connemara Green Festival, packed with family-friendly events with a foodie flavour and taking place this weekend, October 12 to 14, is sure to be an autumn highlight of Galway ERoG programme.
Galway 2020’s Project Baa Baa will present the first of its events as a part of Sheep 2018 Farm to Fork in Athenry this weekend.
Mayo restaurants have participated in life-saving allergic reaction training in recent weeks, the training was run by Mayo-based training company Allergy Lifestyle.
Agri Aware, the independent Irish agri-food educational body, is asking shoppers to think local and support Irish farmers and food producers when purchasing food for the festive season.