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A pedestrian crossing is finally to be developed at the entrance to Barna Woods, creating a safer means for people to move between the wood, Cappagh Park, Lough Rusheen Park, and Silverstrand.
Resident associations who applied for the amenity grant in 2020 will have their application processed and grants paid over coming weeks, the Galway City Council has confirmed.
A new foundation committed to improving the mental health of young people in Ireland was launched this week.
Galway City Council played Santa last week as they turned on the floodlights at Cappagh Park astro pitch which will enable children to use the facility for much longer than had been the case.
Works to prevent an environmental hazard occurring in the waters of the Corrib Estuary at Long Walk must become a priority in 2021 for the Galway City Council.
Public tennis courts in the Westside Amenity Park, McGrath’s field in Knocknacarra, as well as Crestwood and Roscam, are undergoing refurbishment works by the Galway City Council.
Fears that Leisureland would be forced to close in 2021, leaving swimming clubs throughout the city without facilities, have been calmed following a commitment given this week by the Galway City Council.
Millers Lane should not just be soccer pitches, but has the potential to be a recreation space for the entire local community, according to Cllr John Connolly.
A programme of Commemorative events has been organised to commemorate the centenary of the murder of Fr Michael Griffin during the War of Independence.
Galway city councillors are calling for the development of a calendar of commemorative occasions in 2020 to mark the centenary of significant events of the War of Independence that occurred in Galway during 1920.