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FOLLOWING A successful run at the Hollywood Fringe festival where he picked up two awards for his show, The King of Soho and Other Stories, Jack Lukeman is back in Ireland for a nationwide tour that takes in Galway.
The Galway U21 hurlers, managed by Tony Ward and captained by Brian Molloy, will have it all to do this Saturday in the All-Ireland final when they take on a powerful and highly-fancied Waterford in Thurles (5pm).
After the success of the last two years' Bonamh Market in Castlebar, the organisers are delighted to announce that this year will be a two-day event. The fun starts on the evening of Friday August 19 at 8pm with the Piggy Grand Prix, followed by live music. The market will take place once again in Rush Street. The market is being run in association with Mayo Heritage Week, the 1916 Commemoration, Gnó Mhaigh Eo, and by Craftworks Mayo to showcase the best of Mayo products.
Cllr Terry O’Flaherty has called for a greater involvement of schoolchildren in future Galway events held to remember Irish men and women who have died in past conflicts and on peacekeeping duties with the United Nations.
Moate St Patrick’s Day parade committee has announced Peggy Gavin as Grand Marshal for this year’s celebrations.
Moate is gearing up for St Patrick’s Day celebrations with a host of great offerings to delight young and old this year.