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A public consultation process for the preparation of the Galway City Development Plan 2023-2029 has been launched by the Galway City Council.
On a Sunday in March 2000, I witnessed with a joyous heart thousands of Galwegians of all ages enter a bare field beside the Quincentenary Bridge and leave behind a forest.
Last Thursday, President Michael D. Higgins gave a powerful thought-provoking speech to an online (via Webex) meeting of people of all ages drawn from a wide strata of local society on why the movement towards transforming Galway into a National Park City is so crucial at this particular time in human history due to unprecedented climate change, biodiversity loss and pandemics, and why it can be a template for other cities in Ireland to follow.
GALWAY ARTISTS Kristynn Fontanella, SJ Woods, and Fionnuala Doyle-Wade, are this year's participants in Remote Control, the new artist development programme from Brú Theatre Company, the Town Hall Theatre, and Galway Dance Project.
Community and Environmental campaigners are asking the people of Galway to take part in a litter pick on General Election Day (Sat Feb 8) to help protect the city’s precious land and aquatic mammals, birds and insects that live in its woodlands, rivers and in the seawaters of Galway Bay. It will start at 12pm from the entrance to Terryland Forest Park adjacent to Currys on the Headford Road.
A Galway city community food initiative is one of 14 projects awarded funding from safefood for the 2019-2021 Community Food Initiatives (CFIs) programme. Galway City Partnership aims to promote healthy eating and overall wellbeing for families across the city.
Many hands make light work — the key to success. Galway Rural Development is pleased to be collaborating with a number of different organisations in Galway in order to deliver top quality education and training. Many of the courses are offered in partnership with Galway and Roscommon Education and Training Board, and in the past few years GRD has also hosted workshops with Croi, Youthwork Ireland, Aids West, Healthy Ireland, TUSLA, Galway County PPN, and Galway County Libraries.
A total of €115,053 in funding ha been allocated to some 130 Galway community and voluntary groups under the Department of Rural and Community Development’s Community Facilities Scheme.
This Saturday at 10.30am, July 22, as part of the Galway Fringe Festival, members of Cumann na bhFear (Men's Shed Galway city) and Conservation Volunteers will use traditional hand-held instruments to mow the grasslands at Terryland.
Members of the public are invited to experience the waterways, wildflower meadows, grasslands, and the woods of Terryland Forest Park in a short nature walk on Saturday, May 13, at 10am. Participants are scheduled to meet at the ‘Plots’ playing pitches on Dyke Road, and the walk will take approximately 45 minutes to complete. It is suitable for all ages and fitness levels. The walk is supported by the Terryland Forest Park Alliance, and it aims to increase public awareness of the wonderful rich mix of natural landscapes in the heart of the city.