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For shuck’s sake — Galway International Oyster & Seafood Festival turns 65

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Natives. Flats. Native flats. Ostrea edulis – whatever you call our native oysters they are as much a part of the food fabric and history of Ireland as our butter.

'Nimmo’s Pier is one of life’s treasures; you can see so many different species of bird'

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Most people are content to get by with one trade or profession, but Tom Cuffe’s CV has a whole medley of colourful and intriguing jobs including photographing birds, devising his own pieces of modular origami, and exploring family history.

Galway gets ready to celebrate the oyster

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This year’s Galway International Oyster & Seafood Festival, a highlight on the Wild Atlantic Way Calendar, runs from 28th to 30th September 2018, a festival 64 years in the making celebrating an Irish tradition thousands of years old. Galway, the country and this iconic festival may all have changed over those 64 years but what the Galway International Oyster & Seafood Festival celebrates is timeless – that unchanging Irish tradition and treasure, and the ongoing pleasure given by those little heroes in a half shell.

The ‘Green Grass’ in The Claddagh

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This photograph of ‘The Green Grass’, also known as ‘The Big Grass’, in The Claddagh was taken on July 29, 1914. It was taken from roughly where the Claddagh Hall is today. There was a wide expanse of grass off to the left towards where South Park is today. In the early days parts of it were tidal, the tide would come in here in the form of a series of streams. In Peadar O’Dowd’s wonderful book Down By The Claddagh, there is an image of this area with a very large stream in the foreground. These streams were gradually filled in, thus creating the kind of surface we see in the photograph. There were occasional sandy patches visible on the grass.

Run Galway Bay set to make history as 4,000 runners descend on Galway

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THIS Saturday October 7 will see almost 4,000 runners, joggers and walkers descend on the City of The Tribes for the annual Run Galway Bay which starts and finishes at Nimmo’s Pier, the Claddagh Galway. The event which has gone from strength to strength has been sold out for weeks with participants coming from all over the world for this fast, flat and fun route along the stunning shores of Galway Bay.

City centre haven on the Long Walk

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Leading Galway estate agent DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard brings to the market a wonderful three bedroom townhouse, located on the famous Long Walk in the centre of Galway city. Comprising approximately 900sq ft of living accommodation, No 16 The Long Walk, Spanish Arch, offers views of Nimmo’s Pier and The Claddagh from each room in the house.

Festive running ready to rock in Galway

As is traditional, this year's Christmas athletics calendar boasts some of Galway’s most popular races taking place over the festive period.

Take part in the Run for Sunshine and remember Baboró’s Teenagh

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Family, friends and colleagues of the late Teenagh Cunningham are inviting the public to take part in the ‘Run for Sunshine’ on this Sunday, September 25 at 12 noon in aid of The Oesophageal Cancer Fund and Baboró International Arts Festival for Children.

Top competition for Galway Oyster and Seafood Festival events this weekend

The Galway International Oyster and Seafood Festival takes place this weekend on Nimmo’s Pier from tomorrow September 23rd to 25th. Among the feature events are the World Championship Oyster Opening competition which this year will see an unprecedented 20 international champions vie with each other for the title.

Messages In Water event to mark impact of suicide to be held tomorrow at Nimmo’s Pier

A community event to help promote awareness and healing relating to the impact that suicide has on the lives of people in and around the city of Galway and county, is to be held in the city tomorrow evening Friday September 23.

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