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Some 12,000 homes and businesses in Mullingar have access to broadband speeds of up to 100mb, but thousands have yet to sign up.
By Claire O’Brien
FRONT RANK Irish trad musicians, beach walks, hawks, and a giant camera obscura are on the bill for Traidphicnic in An Spidéal tomorrow and Saturday.
MORE THAN 100 events will take place during the Galway’s Fringe Festival which runs from July 12 to 28, including a new play by Mick Donnellan, author of Gun Metal Grey.
Broadband is considered the number one infrastructure priority for enterprise growth and job creation. According to Forfás, Ireland's policy advisory board for enterprise and science: “The widespread availability of advanced broadband infrastructure and services is essential to realising future growth potential in existing and emerging sectors. It will also play a key role in supporting the growth of small business and supporting regional development.”
THE SECOND Traidphicnic festival, celebrating Irish music, culture, and traditions, takes place in An Spidéal on Friday July 5 and Saturday 6.
Brigit’s Garden in Roscahill, Co. Galway, are holding a family event to celebrate St Brigit’s Day this Sunday, February 3 from 2-5.30pm.
GALWAY IN July is home to two of the biggest festivals in the country - the Galway Film Fleadh and the Galway Arts Festival - but there is a third festival also worth checking out.
VIOLIN MAKER, player, and poet Paul Bradley will give a concert and reading, with singer Alan Burke, in the gallery space at the Bridge Mills on Saturday July 2 at 7pm.