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There is a strong sense of impending Christmas about Galway this week. Tomorrow, the city lights will be switched on, in a progressive way by a city-hopping Santa who will by the end of his journey have brought the power of illumination to us all. The crews have been working on this and on the Christmas Market stalls and huts for the past seven days. The clang clang of their hammers and drills; the constant beeping of the reversing vehicles; the rattling of the dividing fences that will provide safety, the chatter of men dangling by ropes from the steel structure that forms the big Ferris wheel, almost 100 feet above the ground.
Winter is drawing in fast. A glance out of your front window during the past few days will tell you that.
Some 1,000 tonnes of grit and 15,000 sandbags are in storage for use by Westmeath County Council in preparation for any serious weather conditions this winter.
Unfortunately it is coming into the time of year where we must start thinking seriously about keeping our home warm for the winter. There is nothing worse than sitting in the cold and it is important we use the most economical fuel available to keep heating costs down over the cold period. The reality is that Ireland unfortunately gets very cold in the winter and fuel is big business.
THE NEW year might only be a couple of weeks old but it is already time for Galway’s first festival of 2016, as Music For Galway unveils its annual midwinter festival, which runs from Friday January 22 to Sunday 24th, at the Town Hall Theatre.
Upstairs Caseys is to throw a novel pre-Christmas bash with its Retro goes Ghoulish night on Friday November 29 at the landmark Mullingar venue.
Responding to a 20 per cent increase in business this year, local company A Slice of Heaven expands with the launch of its new range of products for the festive season.
The Galway City Council is urging Galwegians to get ready for winter, with a new website dedicated to preventing the worst impacts of any forthcoming cold snap.