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Celebrate the legacy of Lady Gregory

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THE LEGACY of Lady Augusta Gregory will be celebrated in the Lough Cutra Castle and estate, outside Gort in south Galway, next month.

Gort gears up for Yeats-themed parade this weekend

Gort will play host to a WB Yeats-themed parade this weekend as part of a week of festivities to mark St Patrick’s Day.

Romantic Ireland is not dead and gone

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IRELAND WAS an inspiration to the 19th century Romantic movement, while the Irish Literary movement would inspire the imagination of the 1916 rebels.

Lady Gregory Autumn Gathering returns this month

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The Eighteenth Lady Gregory Autumn Gathering - a celebration of one of the leading figures of the Irish Literary Revival, 19th century Irish writing and culture, and south Galway - returns from September 28 to 30.

Revolutionary new heart screening system coming to Galway

Pulsewave Ireland is returning to Galway with the revolutionary Bpro pulse wave analysis device, providing affordable and accurate heart and artery screenings.

The Lady Gregory and Swan Leisure Club - making your stay that little bit more special

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With more than 700 weddings under its belt The Lady Gregory hotel, conference, and leisure club in Gort has become synonymous with top quality food and traditional friendly hospitality, where guests are made to feel at home, and their stay made even more special with the top class service and facilities provided.

Pallas Foods and a great value dinner menu in The Lady Gregory Hotel

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I am sure many of you have seen the trucks with ‘Pallas Foods’ on the side, and if you pass the cold storage depot in Oranmore any weekend you will see 10 or 20 of them all parked together with the back doors wide open. It has more than 100 trucks on the road so that will give you some idea of how big it is.

JCI announces Ambassador Award winners at reception

Junior Chamber International Galway last night presented the Ambassador Awards 2008 at a reception hosted by Martine’s Restaurant and Wine Bar on Quay Street. The awards, sponsored by Niall McNelis of Claddagh and Celtic Jewellers are part of JCI Galway's 2008 free tourist guide, with some 60,000 copies distributed earlier this year.


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