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Public Lighting Using discretionary County Council monies allocated to him, Councillor Noel Grealish has secured an additional order for public lighting for the areas of Montiagh—formerly allocated 1 new light , it will have three (3)—while two (2) public lighting orders have also issued for the Lakeview Road. Welcoming the new orders and allocations, Cllr…. Read more »

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Purpose of tasting The purpose of tasting wine is to estimate its quality, to look at its general balance and condition, and to try to assess its maturity at the time of tasting, if possible, its future development. Notes It is most important to keep a permanent record of your tastings, and a loose leaf… Read more »

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January 15th 1910—Galway Observer The Concert was held at the Claregalway School on St. Stephen’s night. It was stated on the Bills the doors would open at 6.30pm, but long before that hour the yard was filled with people anxious to be admitted and as rain threatened the doors were thrown open at 6 o’clock… Read more »

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My first wish for this Christmas and New Year is that we won’t get the inclement weather of last year. We recorded a minus 12 frost last December and this combined with the large snow fall, killed a lot of plants outright in peoples gardens. Plants such as Olerias, Pittosporums, Ceanothus, Cordylines, Escallonia, Griselinia were… Read more »

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The Committee of Claregalway Leisure Centre held their annual Craft Fair in the Centre on the 18th November. A very successful day was had. Crafts on display included pottery, jewellery, knitwear, decorations, stained glass, slate mirrors, and many Christmas items. There were also novelty draws such as guess the weight of the cake, and the… Read more »

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A Charity Halloween Party was held on Saturday the 27th of October, 2001—half the monies raised will be forwarded to the Salvation Army for the American Victims Families and half will be forwarded to Goal for the Afghan refugees. To date we have collected £1,700 and donations are still coming in. We had a very… Read more »

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Carpets, floor, and wall coverings have a big impact on a room, but often people pick their carpet last. The walls are painted and the furniture bought before consideration is given to the carpet, which makes it more difficult to get it to match the rest of the room. You should consider every part of… Read more »

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Compántas Lir hosted their twelfth annual supper theatre in Carnmore Community Centre on October 16th–18th. The productions were in keeping with the form of this dynamic and forward looking group, and are always much anticipated. They are a committed group of volunteers, whose creativity is matched only by their hard work. The Group seem thankfully… Read more »

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This year, the children of Claregalway National School have put their artistic talents to work by producing designs for Christmas Cards which will be sold locally to raise funds for the school. Each child was asked to design a card with a winning entry to be selected from each class. Many Thanks to Mary Finnerty… Read more »

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Osteoporosis is a condition characterised by low bone mass, with a consequent increase in the bone fragility and therefore susceptibility to fracture. The condition has now become a well-recognised public health problem. With the population becoming older the problems associated with bone fracture in the elderly are set to rise. Bone Bone is a living… Read more »

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Browsing through the net I came upon your great site. Thought I would email you and ask if you could say hello to some of our friends and family over there starting with Jennifer and Eddie Donaghy, Carnmore; Marian, Frank, Rebecca and Laura Keane, Mullacuttra and Mary, Denis, Aran and Cliodhna McMahon, Gortatleva. Give them… Read more »

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