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Hundreds of B&B owners across Galway city and county will be entitled to a grant of up to €4,000 to help them re-open following the lockdown necessitated by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Fáilte Ireland is looking for new festival ideas with the potential to motivate visitors to the region of the Wild Atlantic Way. The National Tourism Development Authority identifies festivals as a key driver of tourism growth, particularly outside of traditional tourism hotspots.
The Connacht Hospitality Group has recently achieved the Failte Ireland Service Excellence Award across all its properties and is the only hospitality group in Galway to boast this accolade. In order to achieve the “Fáilte Ireland’s Accredited Service Excellence Award,” a business must demonstrate that a minimum of 75% of the management and staff have completed the Fáilte Ireland Service Excellence Programme.
A new extension to Galway Free Wi-Fi, which officially opens this week, sees it expand from 13 to 35 access points, confirming Galway as Ireland’s largest Wi-Fi connected city.
The Spanish Arch area of the city is set to be transformed following the announcement by Failte Ireland that it is making its single biggest investment in an attraction — the new Atlantic Museum Galway.
Renowned chef Jess Murphy has teamed up with Fáilte Ireland to call on chefs across the country to participate in a Taste of Place training programme.
Owned and operated by Annemarie Carolan, Ireland Discovery Tours, based in County Cavan, is a well-established and renowned Failte Ireland national tour guide.
Ireland West Airport, in partnership with Portwest, is set to welcome over 1,000 people to the airport’s runway as they once again host the annual charity 5k runway fun run, tomorrow, Saturday March 30.
There was celebration at Ireland West Airport last weekend when Ryanair welcomed its eight millionth passenger on flights to/from the airport.
PATRICK MCCORMACK is a poet, philosopher, and farmer. He is also the owner of ‘Fr Ted’s House’ in the Burren, County Clare, and is the subject of a film, which ponders a disappearing way of life, and our connections to the natural world.