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Something To Sing About choir in concert

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THE SOMETHING To Sing About choir, whose members are all cancer survivors, will perform a charity concert at the g Hotel on Friday February 6 at 8pm.

Cancer survivors choir signs up for Choirfactor

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Cancers Survivors Choir Something to Sing About are the latest choral singers to sign up for Choirfactor- Galway’s own X Factor style choral competition.

Choral charity concert

THE KILTULLAGH Community and Something to Sing About choirs will perform in the Town Hall Theatre on Thursday October 31 at 8pm.

Stagecoach kids turn tables on parents for charity event

Stagecoach Galway and Clare recently raised €755 with a Parents Do Stagecoach Day for Something to Sing About, an inspiring new charity that encourages cancer survivors to form their own choirs.

Cancer survivors to sing at fashion show

Something to Sing About (STSA) is very pleased that its second public performance will take place in conjunction with Mayo Cancer Support—Rock Rose House—for a fundraising fashion show with a difference on Friday April 5 in Breaffy House Hotel, Castlebar.

Cancer choir and Croi shortlisted for major awards

A local choir of cancer survivors and a heart and stroke charity have been shortlisted in a national awards scheme which honours outstanding health achievements.

Cancer survivors find something to sing about

There are more cancer survivors alive today than at any other time in the history of the world. That is the positive message from Dr Paul Donnellan, a consultant medical oncologist at Galway University Hospitals.

Something To Sing About for cancer survivors

A Galway medical specialist is spearheading a global initiative aimed at aiding people’s recovery from cancer.

New Galway rugby team in u-21 league

NUI Galway and Corinthians RFC have joined forces to play in the U-21 All-Ireland League's South West Conference, which includes Munster Rugby clubs.

Galway hospitals become smoke-free zones

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From yesterday, Galway University Hospitals (GUH) has introduced a smoke free campus policy on National No Smoking Day which means that patients and visitors will no longer be allowed to smoke in areas near the entrance and must leave the grounds to do so.

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