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Little did I know at the beginning of the year what was in store for my little business. Everything was in place for a busy 2020 when the lockdown came in March. I was not prepared for the mental anguish I was going to endure over the following months. I had spent months preparing my… Read more »

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Lackagh Parish Community Survey. Lackagh Museum and Community Development Association along withTurloughmore Community Council are undertaking a community plan forthe parish. The plan aims to find out what facilities and services theparish needs and which ones could potentially be incorporated into newdevelopments at the museum. Alan Hill consultants are assisting inthis process and will create… Read more »

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Knockdoe Writer Shortlisted for Book of the Year Awards Knockdoe native Caoilinn Hughes has been shortlisted in threecategories for the An Post Irish Book of The Year Awards. Caoilinn hasbeen nominated for Eason’s Novel of the Year, RTE Radio One Listenersand a Short Story section. “The Wild Laughter” tells about Brothers Hart and Cormack Black… Read more »

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Dear Fellow Gardeners, You may think this newsletter has little to do with gardening but at the end it will come back to it – to  soil – the Earth’s most important organ and the one that is most neglected.The soil is very much like our stomach, teeming with life.  In one handful of fertile soil… Read more »

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Whether you believe in it or not the law of attraction exists in the same way the law of pure potentiality does and numerous other laws often referred to as spiritual laws.  Yes that’s right, the laws of the universe are operating 24/7 in all timezones equally.  The question becomes “Are YOU working in harmony… Read more »

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IT’S GOING TO BE OKAY….As I went for a walk earlier this morningfinding my way into another new dayand felt the cold of the winter breezeand the emergence of another Lockdownbegin to come in along my prom walk,I prayed and reflectedas I walkedand thoughtthat In any worrying, depressing, hurtful, abusive or dark time in our… Read more »

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Course: Personal Development Online                    Tutor: Sara Slattery                           Re SICAP 70 1. Did you enjoy the course? Please detail why you did or did not enjoy the course?    Yes, i did. I realized how to improve and  motivate to myself.   I enjoyed the course because Sara made it  very clear what she… Read more »

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NEW COMMUNITIES SURVEY IN GALWAY COUNTY Review of the experience of the migrant populations in GalwayIn 2013, Galway County Council in partnership with agencies across Galway county designed and implemented the “Galway County Integration & Diversity Strategy 2013-2017”.This strategy aim was to improve the access and use of services for the migrant population living in… Read more »

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The death has occurred of Henry DugganCircular Road, Galway City, Galway / Claregalway, Galway Formerly Montiagh, Claregalway. Peacefully, at home. Pre-deceased by his parents Séamus and Marie, sisters Annie and Bridgie and his brother Willie. R.I.P. Sadly missed by his partner Kathleen and their son Brian, by his son Séamus , daughters Paula and Denise… Read more »

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There was no such thing as clutter in farmhouses of old, where ingenuity was essential about 15 hours agoClaudia Kinmonth Spongeware printed ‘basins’ and horn spoons hung in eye-level slots, as was traditional up to the early 20th century, on a County Cork dresser. Photograph: M DuerdenShare to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to Email AppShare to… Read more »

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From CLAREGALWAY TO DUBAI – Featuring local athlete Rachel Farrell.After a brief hiatus from our BLOG entries, due to Covid-19. We hate saying it and reading it as much as you. We know almost every individual and business has it rhymed off now that any and all excuses can be just put down to…Due to… Read more »