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Caroline Gordon FCCA and CPA is the principal of Caroline Gordon Accountants - an established practice in Swinford for over 20 Years.
There was very good news for the residents of Sarsfield Square this week when it was confirmed that their application for a grant to redevelop their playground was successful.
Athlone Musical Society recently held their socially distant AGM, at which a new committee for 2020/2021 was elected.
Mayo GAA held its first physical County Board meeting since March this week, with meetings held in line with HSE guidelines across two sessions with club delegates in Elverys MacHale Park.
Outgoing Buccaneers RFC President, Patrick O’Meara, welcomed a modest ‘live’ attendance to the club’s AGM held in the Lower Deck at Dubarry Park in recent times.
Tubberclair GAA players, Cathal Tighe and Daniel Sammon, presented a cheque for €13,400 to South Westmeath Hospice Treasurer Chris Monahan, following the club’s hugely successful fundraiser for the local charity which took place over the May bank holiday weekend.
A new state of the art full sized AstroTurf pitch is to be developed in the East Galway village of New Inn following the awarding of a grant of almost €1m from the government’s Regional Sports Capital Fund.
Ballina’s Rathkip/Shanaghy Residents' Association will mark a quarter of a century in existence with the launch of a specially-commissioned book The People of Rathkip/Shanaghy, Ballina – 1855 and Beyond, chronicling hundreds of years of local history on September 28.
WHAT A year it has been for Galway’s LGBT+ community. What a year it is still set to be. With the Galway Pride - Bród na Gaillimhe festival, taking place this August, there is much to look back on, and much to look forward to.
Outgoing President, Gordon Ballantyne, welcomed a good attendance to the recent Buccaneers Rugby Football Club AGM in The Bounty. The club had mixed success on the playing fields, winning another Connacht Senior League and Cup double but being relegated in the All-Ireland League. Off the playing fields he was pleased to report that the club had “got control of its financial shortfall”, which was one of his key priorities in office.