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Face your fears and abseil this April with Acquired Brain Injury Ireland
This spring, Acquired Brain Injury Ireland challenges you to face your fears while making a life-changing difference to survivors of brain injury and their families.
Lyons welcomes improvement works on Shangort Road footpaths
Galway City West and Knocknacarra councillor Donal Lyons this week welcomed Galway City Council improvement works to footpaths now underway on the Shangort Road.
More than half a million in outdoor recreation funding announced for Mayo walks under new national strategy
Galway to receive nearly €1 million under the Outdoor Recreation Fund
Galway’s walkways are to be boosted to the tune of almost €1 million following the announcement of Government funding this week.
Galway Sea Scouts represent Ireland at Dutch National Sea Scout Festival
Like ‘Disneyland for Sea Scouts’ is how one of our Sea Scouts described Nawaka, the National Water Camp they attended in Zeewolde, Netherlands. Held every running years and running for 10 days, the Sea Scout festival is one of the largest of its kind and this year, Port of Galway Sea Scouts returned with 27 scouts and eight leaders to represent Ireland at the event.
Outdoor recreation to benefit from funding boost for walking trails – Dolan
Community groups responsible for managing walking trails will be the beneficiaries of Government funding announced recently, local Fine Gael Senator, Aisling Dolan, has said..
Outdoor recreation in Mayo to benefit from funding boost for walking trails
Community groups responsible for managing 34 walking trails totalling €70,200 in Mayo will receive grants between €1,000 and €3,000 under new funding announced this week.
More than €236k for Mayo outdoor adventure projects
Funding of €236,877 has been awarded to Mayo for seven outdoor recreation infrastructure projects, under measure one of the 2022 Outdoor Recreation Infrastructure Scheme, which provides investment ranging from €30,000 for small scale projects.
Loveen travels over land & sea to meet up with 7,000 scouts in the Netherlands.
A boat’s natural home is on the water but in this case Loveen, the 97 year old Galway hooker, will embark on a journey of her lifetime! Along with 40 Galway Sea Scouts, their leaders and families she will travel via road and ferry to represent Irish traditional nautical heritage at NaWaKa, the Scout International National Water Kamp that's held every 4 years in the Netherlands with over 7,000 participants from all over the world.