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Iarnród Éireann has announced the winners of 100 free group trips as part of its community initiative, The Journey’s On Us. The Mayo groups that were victorious; Rock n Roses Choir, Swinford; Kilcommon Community Council; Castlebar Mitchels Camogie Club; No Name Club, Castlebar; GMIT Castlebar Green Campus Committee; St Joseph’s Primary School, Ballinrobe; Westport Family and Community Resource Centre; and Westport Ladies Gaelic Football Club.
A special centenary event for NUIG’s Gaelic Football Club takes place next month in Galway.
In 1968 MGM came to Galway to make a ‘swords and sandals’ epic film called Alfred the Great. A lot of preparatory work had gone into selecting three main locations in Kilchreest, Ross Lake, and Knockma, each of which encompassed 90 acres. A vast amount of money was spent on the exact replication of every aspect of the ninth century it depicted, turning some corners of County Galway into Wessex, including etching a 200-feet long white horse into the hill at Knockma.
•Liam Mellows GAA Club, which celebrated its 75th birthday last year, is to launch the next phase of its development at the club grounds at Ballyloughane, Renmore. After securing planning permission last year, the club is now beginning development of a 4.5 acre portion of land, adjacent to the existing pitch at Ballyloughane, to provide an additional playing field. As part of this development, Liam Mellows GAA Club will be constructing a shoreline walkway for public use across the club's facilities. On Sunday (January 25) the club will host an official ceremony at 12 noon to mark the turning of the soil, to be conducted by Seán Duggan, former Galway hurling legend and a long standing member of Liam Mellows. Registration will also take place that day. For more information contact club registrar Shane McInerney 087-697 2133.