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Galway event to hear of the thrills of taking part in the world’s longest ocean race

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Organisers of the world’s longest ocean race will be in Galway next week to host an event encouraging people from Connacht to take on the challenge of a lifetime by competing in the 40,000-mile Clipper Round the World Yacht Race.

Campaign for local rower aims to increase number of bone marrow donors

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Friends of a local rowing champion who is awaiting a bone marrow transplant are spearheading a campaign to heighten awareness about the importance of becoming donors.

Galwegians to cycle Ireland’s western seaboard for cancer research

Thirty Galway friends and work colleagues of Donegal man Shaun Doherty, who is currently battling cancer, will this week embark on a 350 kilometre charity cycle along Ireland’s western seaboard to raise funds for Friends of St Luke’s and the Bone Marrow for Leukaemia Trust.

Diarmuid Gavin star attraction at Galway Garden Festival at Claregalway Castle

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What started out two years ago, as in most people's eyes, a unique opportunity to see the wonderfully-restored Claregalway castle, has turned into one of the must-attend festivals in the west and also into one of the leading horticultultural events in the country. And in ten days, the Galway Garden Festival is back for round three, and this time it is to spawn a series of events that will see the lights on at the castle for months to come. Galway has many festivals, and indeed, many festivals in July, all honed over the years into something special. But none of these made the instant impact that the Galway Garden Festival did when it was inaugurated in 2010, over two days of differing climatic conditions at the beautifully-restored Claregalway Castle.

Support benefit night and help fund US cancer treatment for local man

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A benefit night being held in the city tomorrow (Friday) aims to raise vital funds to finance a cancer treatment programme in Texas for a Galway based man.

The huckster’s harvest

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“The Galway Races are unique in Irish sport. For this is a real Connaught holiday. Caravans and their picturesque owners are making their trek weeks ahead. Urgent farm work is abandoned for an hour. Business and professional men; regular race-goers, hunting folk, farmers of all ranges of acreage, holiday trippers from the eastern cities; Connemara and Aran Island men and maids who speak English only, are here in colourful buoyant groups. All the fun of the fair; huge fields of beautiful horses; thrilling finishes and good priced winners — all lend glamour and life to this great outdoor festival of the west.

Galway Garden Festival set to rock the castle walls — again

Galway has a multiplicity of festivals, all honed over the years into something special. But none of these made the instant impact that the Galway Garden Festival did when it was inaugurated last year, over two days of differing climatic conditions at the beautifully-restored Claregalway Castle.

Galway Garden Festival set to rock the castle walls — again

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Galway has a multiplicity of festivals, all honed over the years into something special. But none of these made the instant impact that the Galway Garden Festival did when it was inaugurated last year, over two days of differing climatic conditions at the beautifully-restored Claregalway Castle.

Good news for coeliacs as gluten free fish and chips for Galway

Jack Jordan’s in association with the Coeliac Society of Ireland has announced the official launch of gluten free fish and chips to its already established menu. The launch will take place on Saturday July 2 from 12 midday to 8pm at Unit 3, Doughiska, Galway. A range of gluten free options including fresh cod, sausages, onion rings, curry sauce, and homemade cut chips will be served from 12 noon to 8pm on the day alongside their usual menu.

Consistency is key, says Donnellan

Galway centre-forward Cyril Donnellan may have bagged an impressive 3-1 on Saturday evening to help Galway hurlers reach the Leinster semi-final, but he readily admits both individually and collectively the team and panel must be more consistent in their performances if they are to collect any silverware over the coming months.

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