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Sonny (whose real name was Joseph) was born 89 years ago, one of six children to Patrick and Mary Molloy of St Brendan’s Road in Woodquay. He went to the ‘Mon’ where he learned to play football among other things. A match report in a local paper once carried the headline “Five Goal Molloy”, a fact which he managed to drop into conversation many times over the years. Chatting with him could be unnerving as he laced his chat with colourful sayings like “Long drawers”, “Bring up the bucket”, “Th’oul suit turned well”, ’44 short’, “I hate small men”, and of course his famous draper’s mantra, “We have your size”.
The lights on the Galway Memorial Tree, located at Galway Hospice, will be switched on tomorrow (Friday) at 6pm by Mayor of Galway Donal Lyons.
The first even specific Energy and Environmental Trade Show will take place in the Menlo Park Hotel this Saturday November 22 from 11am to 6pm.
Two memorial Concerts by two Welsh choirs will be held in Barna Church on Tuesday next October 28 and in St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church on Wednesday October 29 in aid of Galway Hospice.
A newly opened flower and gift shop in the city will raise vital funds to help meet the €1.5 million required to finance a number of Galway Hospice services.
Aileen Moran was born within the sound of the Bow Bells in 1971 in the East End of London, making her an official Cockney.
Ireland’s biggest coffee morning takes place on Thursday September 18, and the Galway Hospice is asking Galwegians to “have a cuppa” in support of their local hospice.
Galway Hospice has lodged a planning application for a proposed expansion of its facility in Renmore, following an agreement with the HSE for funding of the development.
Gary Giles (pictured) from Bradley Motor Works is supporting the Galway Hospice this June through the popular White Collar Boxing event.
Two times World Darts Champion Adrian ‘Jackpot’ Lewis will take on Team Galway in a charity darts match this Sunday.