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A commitment to refurbish the lighthouse on Mutton Island, made this week, by the city manager Brendan McGrath, has been welcomed by Fianna Fáil Galway City West councillor, John Connolly.
Bringing together a varied and interesting range of events this month to commemorate 120 years of Irish local government, Galway's Great Read will see a month-long series of free talks, seminars and exhibitions take place in various venues around the county.
The community of Mount Temple/Baylinwere in unified mode in recent weeks as they busily prepared for the production of a series of short heritage videos.
THE POET Dave Lordan has argued that, in an age when poetry is more effectively transmitted over the internet, rather than through traditional book sales, the poetry collection belongs more to the heritage end of the poetry business.
Athlone Castle will host its seventh annual Medieval Fair on August 31 and September 1. The fair takes place in collaboration with the Society for Creative Anachronism and this year will run in conjunction with the Athlone River Festival. The Athlone Castle Medieval Fair is supported by the Heritage Council and the fair is a celebration of living history, customs, pastimes, lifestyle, and entertainment.
Immerse yourself in nineteenth-century Achill history; experience the Islandeady Rambling House at Jack’s cottage or a heritage Ceíli in Partry; take an eerie evening walk through Westport and hear the town’s dark historical stories; go whale watching at Downpatrick head. These are just some of the activities you can take part in during Heritage Week in Mayo.
In collaboration with the Society for Creative Anachronism, Athlone Castle will host its seventh annual Medieval Fair on August 31 and September 1. Running in conjunction with the Athlone RNLI River Festival and supported by the Heritage Council, this year's fair will be a celebration of living history, music, and dance.
We are Fionn Crombie Angus and Jonathan Angus, probably best known around Galway for busking on Shop Street. We've been part of the local music scene, with Fionn playing his distinctive left-handed fiddle, and Jonathan backing him up on guitar, for five years, after moving from County Clare when Fionn finished secondary school.
The pathway along the trainline from Renmore to Ceannt Station is "dreary", narrow, and is not "walker, bicycle, and buggy friendly", and is need of both renovation and being re-imagined.
Dún na Sí Heritage Park in Moate is the place in which to be this Father's Day as the perennially popular venue hosts a Family Fun Day.