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A city businesswoman, a rural GP and the former president of the Volvo Ocean Race finale are among the non-executive directors of the Board of the Galway and Roscommon University Hospitals Group.
One of the most extraordinary meetings in the aftermath of any war took place in May 2004 in Oranmore Castle, the home of the late Commander Bill King RN, and his family.
The Galway City Credit Union’s Volunteer of the Year award went to Phyllis McNamara at the eighth annual Mayor’s Awards for Galway City which was held at the Black Box Theatre on Tuesday evening.
Walking in to The Stonehouse in Clarinbridge is like entering a whole different heavenly world where it is possible to lose oneself for an entire day by rummaging through hundreds of fantastic books, discovering many wonderful trinkets and gifts, and revitalising the body and mind before indulging in a delicious piece of cake and cup of tea.
An extraordinary night of music was enjoyed by a packed Town Hall Theatre on Saturday evening. Music for Galway, that simple title that conveys so much, celebrate 30 years of existence during which it placed Galway high on the map of venues for many of Europe’s leading musicians, performers and choirs. It has initiated not only a loyal following for its exemplary Autumn and Winter programmes throughout the years, but enabled the talented Con Tempo Quartet to reside here as its ensemble in residence. This popular quartet has now merged into a music residency which delivers performances, education and community programmes to schools, and groups throughout the city and county. Music for Galway is one of the great cultural attractions of our city, which gives us the edge over all other centres, and a quality of life envied by many.
Galway businesses planning to enter the inaugural SCCUL Entrepreneur of the Year awards are being urged to submit their entries as soon as possible.
A €10,000 cash prize is on offer to local entrepreneurs in a new competition aimed at encouraging entrepreneurship and rewarding local enterprise.
Right at the heart of Galway city lies one of its oldest and most frequented establishments, the Augustinian, and this Christmas the church’s renowned choir launch a heart-warming collection of Christmas carols.