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JOHN GRANT, the marvellous American singer-songwriter behind the acclaimed albums Queen Of Denmark and Pale Green Ghosts, is coming back to Galway.
Action has been demanded from the Education Minister following confirmation that almost 2,000 Mayo students are still waiting for their student grants to be processed.
Go for Life has launched its annual grant scheme for older groups and clubs. Almost €300,000 has been allocated to this year's scheme, organised by Go for Life and the Irish Sports Council. Groups and clubs of older people all over the country can apply for grants to spend on equipment, to get an instructor in for a few sessions, or to organise a sports fest in their area. Typical amounts awarded are between €300 and €700 and the grants generally go to active retirement associations, senior citizens clubs, ICA guilds, day centres, and community centres.
Mayo Development Company invites applications for once-off funding under the Local and Community Development Programme 2012 Small Grants Scheme from voluntary and community groups/agencies based and/or working in the areas of Achill, Ballycroy, and Tourmakeady.
The third level grants system has changed to an online application system for the coming academic year. This will apply to all new entry level students, so if you are intending to commence college in September, now is the time to get yourself into the system. The earlier you apply, the better chance you will have of getting payment on time.
Third level students who are looking for grants for the forthcoming academic year have been advised by Fianna Fail’s Cllr Aidan Davitt to send in their applications as soon as possible.
Mayo County Council is the first county in the country to inform their students about the availability of higher education grants on Facebook. An information page has been set up to assist students and their parents through the application process for a higher education grant. Application form and guidance notes for the 2010/2011 Higher Education Grants Scheme are now available for downloading on www.mayococo.ie.
The Mayo North East Leader Company will hold an information session on Leader grants in the Gateway Hotel, Swinford, on Monday May 24 at 9pm.
Two community groups in Kilkenny have been successful in their application for the 2010 Amenity Grant Scheme which was advertised recently by Kilkenny Borough Council.
Mayo Fianna Fáil TD Dara Calleary has confirmed that two groups in north Mayo are to receive government funding under the Programme for Community and Voluntary Organisations.