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My name is Saoirse, I’m 16 and I’m in Dominican College, Taylors Hill. I was born in Galway and have lived here all my life. My father is from Galway city and my mother is from Newfoundland, Canada and all of her family still live there so every few summers we go to visit them. I am the eldest child, I have one brother who is 14 and one sister who is 12. I am doing a week of work experience in the Galway Advertiser this week because I was interested in the different areas of work that goes on behind the scenes.
"The dream is to travel the world and work as a freelance journalist. I have been lucky enough to visit some great places and have great experiences. But no matter where I go and for how long I go, I always come back to Galway. The city has this amazing ability to suck you back. After I have visited everywhere I want to see, I know I will come back to Galway."
Like many people I came to Galway for a weekend and forgot to leave. Music and craic is what kept me here. The Blue Notes choir is full of both. What started out with a text has blossomed into a community of 35 beautiful melodic voices under the tuition of the wonderful Tracy Bruen. Check out the video on their page to see how much they mean to The Blue Note and to each other.
Hi, I'm Des Richmond. Originally from Co Antrim, but now happily settled in Galway for the past 12 years.
My name is Emma Healy. I’m 19 years old and I am delighted to be representing Galway in the Miss Ireland Final 2019 this September. I have just finished my first year in Hairdressing and Barbering and am currently working in Dunnes Stores, Briarhill. I enjoy styling hair and makeup and I would love to start my own beauty business in the future. I also enjoy going to the gym and listening to music. I am the eldest in my family; I have one brother who is 16 and two sisters who are 3 and 5.
I'm a Leitrim lass living in Galway! It's my second home now and this city has always been good to me so I try to be good to it! I love having the Atlantic right beside me and take advantage of that every day be it hitting the prom or getting into the sea itself ( when I'm feeling brave! )
''I'm originally from Roscommon and have been living in Galway the last 5 years and I can't get enough of it. I've always had a soft spot in Galway in my heart, it's just so friendly, there is always something happening and the city is always alive. The atmosphere is just so electric. I love helping charities, I volunteer with Pieta House and many others, I always go out of my way to help other people''.
Hello, my name is Paschal, this is Socks (the Horse )... I'm a Galway man through and through, living in Craughwell, Co. Galway. I was in the defence forces for 38 years, involved in the RDF Unit or the FCA Unit and stationed in Loughrea for 15 years. For the past 26 years on and off I have brought my family, friends and the odd wedding couple around on my horse and cart. Then I started bringing tourists and the public around the city, I love doing what I am doing, it gives me great joy! There is such a great buzz in Galway, if you're in bad form and need a lift, just walk down shop street, high street or Quay street, you're sure to meet a smiling, friendly face to snap you out of it. We have some much here in Galway, the lakes, the Sea, the people and the laughter!
''I came to Galway in 1966 and started working for the local milk company,I worked there two years and I fell in love with a girl and bought a mini car. Isn't it funny, with all the vans and cars I have,I can't think of their reg numbers but I can tell you the reg of my first one - LZH561, a small mini car. I pulled into Eyre Square with a bit of stuff and never looked back since. I'm 52 years here.
Hi, I’m Jason Mitchell from Jason Mitchell Fitness. I’m a local Personal Trainer from Galway and have worked in the fitness industry for five years. My passion lies in helping clients achieve their health and fitness related goals, whatever that might be but for the main part is weight loss which is what I specialize in. I’ve just started Outdoor Bootcamp classes for the summer here in the city for the third summer in a row. I practice what I preach by working out 5-6 times per week along with attending a local yoga class once a week and playing some tag rugby for fun when I can! I love working with people from Galway and further afield online. Thanks for reading, Jason.