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Galway Community College's QQI Level 5 acting and theatre performance course has been established for more than 15 years now. It offers school leavers and adults looking to return to education a solid foundation in the performing arts and more.
Toy Corner will be open one year at the end of October and what a year it has been! Our primary focus has, and continues to be, ‘toys powered by imagination’. We believe in the value of real, imaginative play for children to aid them in their development at all ages. With that in mind, we stock toys that will last, promote family play time, and most importantly, guarantee tons of fun. We’ve been really busy over the last few months finding lots of wonderful new products, and building more space to put them! If you haven’t been in since before the summer you must plan a visit soon, we’ve made so many additions and our range is growing every week.
Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has welcomed the allocation of €17,247 from Minister Katherine Zappone to upgrade four local playgrounds in Monksland, Lecarrow, Ballyforan and Ballinasloe.
Fine Gael Councillor John Walsh has said he was delighted to see so many young families using the upgraded Lakeshore Drive playground over the Bank Holiday weekend. Almost three years ago Cllr. Walsh was approached by Renmore residents seeking an upgrade of the playground at Lakeshore Drive which had become almost unusable and unsafe.
The recently completed playground on the grounds of Turlough Park House has won the award for 'Best Public Playground in the Southern Region' at the Association of Landscape Contractors of Ireland, during a recent ceremony in Belfast.
Following a disappointing Bank Holiday weekend, Galway United host Finn Harps in a significant SSE Airtricity League first division encounter at Finn Harps tomorrow evening (7.45pm).
While most people think of dolls as mass-produced Barbie-type artefacts, the creations of Kinvara based dollmaker Helga Pikal are of an entirely different order. Her hand-made, lovingly crafted, dolls present an array of vividly realised characters from world myth and folklore, as well as famous singers and musicians like Keith Richards and Willie Nelson.
Children who use the Millennium Playground may be “at risk” owing to the number of cans and glass bottles that are strewn around the park, according to a member of the Galway Green Party.
Spring has arrived, the days are getting brighter and for many of us, it is a time to get the house in order after the winter months. De-cluttering is the best way to cut down on mess and get your home looking organised, tidy and clean. However, if like me you are a bit of a hoarder, a good tip is to think, do I need this or is it useful for me or my family now? And if not, consider recycling it by selling it, sending it the charity shop, yard sale or bin!
More than 700 primary school children within a 7k radius of Clarinbridge are without a community playground, it was claimed this week.