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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.
More than 2,000 people are expected to attend the Irish Kidney Association’s 29th annual service of remembrance and thanksgiving which will be held at Galway Cathedral on Saturday at 12.30pm.
GET UP off the chair, get out of your routine, leave the house, and enjoy a host of free events - exhibitions, concerts, readings, and all manner of arts related happenings on Culture Night, which takes place this Friday.
RTÉ has commenced a new partnership with Athlone Institute of Technology by opening their new regional TV and radio studio on the college campus this week.
BIG O TAXIS have joined forces with the Students Unions in GMIT in a bid to ensure the safety of students going home late at night. This campaign is called “Don’t Walk Home Alone” and is aimed to deter students from walking home alone after a night out where they find that they have neglected to budget for their taxi.
A number of elderly people attending a day care centre in the city must organise their own transport to and from the facility because a HSE West bus service is no longer available.
BY EBHAN LOUGLIN
This area of the Claddagh was known as ‘the Big Grass’ or ‘the Green Grass’. It was the one open space of ground in the village and faced what is known as the Swamp today. It was very marshy, though some of it was used as a playground by local children, and it was also where the Claddagh Races took place.