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Ireland’s Future Electricity Grid
More than 250 people from community and voluntary groups from all around County Galway were honoured at the County Mayors Awards Ceremony on Tuesday in the Claregalway Hotel. The awards recognise and celebrate community and voluntary activity around County Galway. Eleven Awards were up for grabs after a public call for nominations was made back in October.
A two-day event celebrating the history of the McManus clan takes place in Drum this weekend. Both the townlands of Ardnanure and Nure once consisted entirely of families with the surname McManus.
Tomorrow February 1 on TV3 at 8pm, The Holiday Show Ireland sets off for the west to discover the best culture, craic, and adventure that Mayo has to offer. Presenters Ciara Whelan and Jon Slattery bring their ultimate road-trip to Mayo, trying their hand at everything from fishing and archery to spa treatments and wine tasting.
Organisers of Bealtaine are delighted to announce the line-up for May 2012, which will see hundreds of theatrical, cinematic, craft, photographic, choral, dance and other events taking place across Ireland, giving people a chance to celebrate creativity as we age.
Iorras Le Chéile is holding a 5K fun walk tomorrow Saturday March 10 at 12 noon in celebration of International Women's Day.
The Erris HeartBeat defibrillator committee would like to congratulate the members of the Aughleam Community who have trained in the use of the new defibrillator that is sited at the Heritage Centre in Aughleam.
The Erris community are leading the way in the fight against heart disease and stroke by working with local heart charity Croí, in partnership with HSE West Mayo Primary, Community and Continuing Care by hosting a meeting to promote heart health and raise awareness of the risk factors for cardiovascular disease.
To mark World Suicide Prevention Day the HSE is asking people to be aware of all the services available within the community, and a full list of contact details can be found at the bottom of this article.
Athenry, one of Ireland’s hidden jewels, is medieval heritage town surrounded by five towers of the town’s ancient walls and full of picturesque ruins. One place worth having a look at is Athenry Arts and Heritage Centre which has plenty of hands-on activities to illustrate life in the old days. Children can dress up in period costume, take out a long bow and arrows, and act out a scene from medieval battle. A selection of displays and puppets help to explain the history and significance of the walled town and the buildings that will survive. The restored Norman castle, the only one of its kind in Ireland, should be your next stop. Nearby is also a beautifully preserved Dominican priory dating from 1241, and the original market cross.