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Athenry Credit Union announced a significant enhancement to their popular Current Account service with the introduction of Google Pay and Fitbit Pay.
More than €1.52 million was allocated to Galway businesses under the Trading Online Voucher Scheme during 2020, +600 applications to the scheme from across the county, successful in receiving funding.
As November moves swiftly into December, the glorious shining light of the festive season will brighten up our lives for the next six weeks.
The Galmont has the perfect present solution this holiday season with its vouchers making the ideal Christmas gift for those difficult-to-buy-for members of the family or circle of friends.
This year has been a little different for everyone; year after year, families and friends have come together at The Ardilaun Hotel in leafy Taylor’s Hill, to celebrate and mark those momentous occasions in life.
Local Enterprise Office Galway has announced that additional funding has been approved for the hugely successful Trading Online Voucher.
Christmas is 'the most wonderful time of year'. Everyone is getting into the spirit of festive and cheer, and towns and villages throughout the county are decorated and illuminated by Christmas lights, creating a special atmosphere which only this time of year can generate.
With road users becoming more 'green-minded' and an increase in electric cars on our routeways, CarsIreland.ie offer tips for taking a long-distance trip in the environmentally friendly vehicle.
As a Credit Union, we are constantly innovating & looking for new ways to collaborate with our community. We are working with new partners for our Members benefit & as part of that we are excited to introduce our new member discount card – The Connect Card.
oose elAny visit to Hazel Mountain Chocolate is an experience — the delightful tearooms snuggled in the foothills of the Burren. This is a place where you don’t want to hurry, where you want time to stand still. Pastries, organic lunches, tea served in quirky pots, in little rooms off the shops. And when you have finished your delightful treat, you can see where and how it is all made.