Search Results for 'Galway Sports Partnership'

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COPE and Galway Traveller Movement to benefit from new Healthy Ireland fund

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COPE Galway, the Galway Traveller Movement, and the Galway Community Circus are among the local groups and organisations receiving funding under the Healthy Ireland Community Mental Health Fund.

Corribside Walking Club info night tonight — 20 years of walking

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Cumann Siúil Cois Coiribe (Corribside Walking Club) is celebrating 20 years of walking this year, in places ranging from the hills of Connemara to Everest Base Camp in Nepal.

Naughton welcomes sports equipment funding

More than €220,000 has been granted to sporting bodies in the Galway West constituency under the Government’s Sports Capital (Equipment Only) Scheme. This is separate to the non-equipment Sports Capital Grants, which will be announced in September.

New female athletic initiative launched in Galway

A new athletic initiative to increase female paticipation in physical activity was launched in Galway this week.

Spanish Arch to be lit red to show racism the red card

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The Spanish Arch will be lit in red tomorrow evening [Friday November 23] as part of a nation-wide series of events to ‘Show Racism the Red Card’, and the Galway Anti Racism Network is calling on the public to attend the event.

Galway swim distance markers win international award

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The swim distance markers initiative in Salthill, Galway city, has won an international award that recognises partnerships that have transformed urban spaces into active spaces.

Galway County Council to launch Health and Wellbeing Day at Claregalway Castle

Galway County Council will officially launch the Healthy County Galway Programme at Claregalway Castle on Thursday next March 15. The aim of Healthy County Galway is to drive local action and promote local leadership for health and ensure that County Galway is a healthy, equitable, resilient and vibrant place for all who live, work and visit. This is part of a series of projects currently being undertaken countywide which are being funded by the Healthy Ireland Initiative.

Festive fun run and sleigh bell stroll

A free festival family fun run or walk will take on place on Saturday December 17.

Parkrun comes to Rinville Park

What do London, Sydney, Copenhagen, Capetown and, now Rinville, Oranmore, have in common?

Local sports clubs helping older people to become active

The tireless efforts of local sporting organisations have contributed significantly to the fact that there has been a steady increase in the number of older people becoming active, according to a local sports official.

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