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The historic surrounds of Castlebar's Military Barracks is to come to life in a colourful display of acrobats, jugglers, aerialists, ponies, and clowns as the world's longest running and oldest traditional circus makes a welcome return to the town.
Leisureland swimming pool will remain closed to the public until October or November, meaning Galway’s summing clubs are set for another nine months of having to suspend classes.
The 2014 budget for Galway County Council was passed unanimously with an anticipated expenditure of €122 million, representing €4.5 million reduction on the budget adopted for 2013.
Art and nature workshop at Coole to celebrate Biodiversity Week
The new secondary school for Claregalway has begun to taking enrolments for September 2013 with enrolment forms being sent to parents.
County Galway Vocational Education Committee has been confirmed as the patron of a new second-level school in Claregalway, a move which has been broadly welcomed by public representatives and parents, who see this as vital to protecting the future of education in the area.
There was good news for Mayo this week in the Government’s €2 billion stimulus package which included two Primary Care Centres for Mayo.
Despite the positive afterglow left by the Volvo Ocean Race, South Park’s use as the Global Village site has seen its surface “left in a condition that will preclude its use for some time”.
Fine Gael Town Cllr Ger Deere had placed a motion before the July meeting of Castlebar Town Council calling on the council to find a permanent site that can be used in the town for circus’ and carnivals and other such events.
A Castlebar councillor is calling for a halt to parking on footpaths by personnel involved in collecting cash from banks.