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Connaughton calls for Knockma lands to be bought and developed

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Enhanced walking amenities on Knockma near Tuam could be developed if land at the top of the 170-metre hill is purchased by the National Parks and Wildlife Service.

Lusty deer pose a danger as evenings get shorter

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If you are a deer, it all kicks off at this time of the year.

Music and maps in the spotlight at Coole

The popular Winter Cultural Programme continues at Coole Park this week with an evening of traditional music with Charlie Harris and Friends today (Thursday) from 8pm to 9pm.

Coole Park Winter Programme gets under way next week

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The Friends of Coole, in partnership with the National Parks and Wildlife Services, Galway County Council, Galway Rural Development, Galway Education Centre, Fáilte Ireland West, and the community of Gort, has launched its winter cultural programme with a feast of drama, heritage, music, and poetry for all ages.

Coole to launch winter cultural programme

Coole Park will once again play host to a celebration of culture and heritage with the Coole Park Winter Programme, which will be launched next week.

Julie Feeney and sean nos star Emma O'Sullivan to feature in free Coole Park Spring programme

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THE Spring element of the Coole Park Cultural Programme was launched this week and includes a wide range of lectures as well as performances by singer songwriter Julie Feeney and All-Ireland talent show star Emma O'Sullivan.

Mayor supports vision of Cultural Centre at Coole Park

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The Coole Cultural and Heritage Winter Programme 2008 was launched at Coole Visitor Centre on Tuesday by Mayor of County Galway Peter Feeney.

Coole gears up for spring cultural programme

The spring programme of cultural and heritage events will get under way at Coole Park later this month, with the official launch of the programme taking place on Tuesday.

Coole launches 2009 winter programme

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The Coole Park biannual series of cultural events continues this winter with a feast of culture for the upcoming Winter Arts and Heritage Programme 2009. The programme aims to integrate arts, culture, and education with a series of events for adults, young people, and families. Environment and heritage lectures, children’s drama and Lady Gregory plays, traditional Irish, Mexican, and classical music, creative writing, children’s outreach workshops, and an art exhibition by The Orchard Gort, all feature in the exciting programme of events taking place between now and December.

 

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