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You might not be able to go out this Valentine’s Day but you can still have a great night by joining the National Breast Cancer Research Institute for a spectacular ‘virtual’ Valentine’s Day Concert with some of the biggest names in Irish music.
Two of Galway’s leading retailers, Brown Thomas and Hartmann’s Jewellers have come together this year to help locally-based charity, the National Breast Cancer Research Institute, a national charity that funds a comprehensive research programme at the National University of Ireland, Galway.
By leaving a gift to the National Breast Cancer Research Institute in your will, donors ensure the charity can continue to support breast cancer research into the future.
The National Breast Cancer Research Institute are calling all cooking enthusiasts to join them for a very exciting ‘Cook-A-Long’ fundraising event on Thursday October 29th from 7:30-9pm with Cepta Mahon of Cookalicious.ie.
Calling all cycling enthusiasts! Your county needs you to take part in the ‘All Ireland Cycle’, a challenge to cycle 200km in 10 days between August 28th and September 6th to help raise funds for the National Breast Cancer Research Institute.
As we all look forward to having the freedom to travel beyond our county and hit the open road, the National Breast Cancer Research Institute is giving you the chance to emerge from lockdown in style as it launches its exciting new raffle Win A BMW where entrants have the chance of winning a BMW X1 for just €20.
On the Saturday of this year’s May bank holiday, hundreds of people were due to take part in the annual Mayo Pink Ribbon Charity Cycle; however the arrival of the Covid pandemic meant the event couldn’t go ahead.
Mayo minor manager Tomás Morley is a busy man at present. While normally he would be well stuck into preparations for the Connacht minor championship, the Covid-19 crisis has put that on the long finger for now.
This May bank holiday weekend, Castlebar native, Charlie Gannon, will be cycling 50km on a stationary bike in his home in aid of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute.
Michael Moloney has been living and breathing Galway Racecourse for many years now. When he was knee high to a grasshopper, he used to cycle around the course, while his father John, looked after the running of the course. Now, so many years on, Michael still thinks of Ballybrit as a back garden rather than a workplace, such is his passion for that patch of ground that heaves mightily every year and reverberates the Galway economy.