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Would you like to: Take part in an exciting new choral venture? Sing one of the great choral classics under expert direction? Learn challenging new choral work? Mark a special time of the year (Remembrance) with appropriate music? Learn more about voice production and choral technique from one of Ireland’s foremost choral directors? … all… Read more »

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Claregalway U-14 Ladies travelled to Dublin on Friday evening to take part in the Kilmacud Sevens Tournament. It was an early start on Saturday morning with Group Games starting at 10am in Silverpark. Claregalway defeated Boardsmill 6-6 to 2-2,Fermoy Ladies 3-9 to 2-4 and Aherlow Ladies 4-5 to 4-1 in their group games. The Round… Read more »

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A few weeks ago we were invited to attend an event at Claregalway Castle. The event was to introduce Galwegians to several wines from the Loire valley (d’Anjou). The wines were being showcased alongside some of Galway’s premium foods. It was already the weekend, and seeing as the Castle is within walking distance from our home,… Read more »

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  Next weekend sees a series of courses from Wine and Cider Making to Wheatgrass, Sprouts and Juices and from Plan a year’s harvest to an Introduction to Wind Turbines and Wind Energy. There are still places available on all 4 courses and we offer 5 places for a reduced rate of €65 for the… Read more »

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An autumn garden seminar will be held at Claregalway Castle (five miles outside Galway on the Tuam Road) on Saturday, October 6th.  Among the speakers will be Klaus Laitenberger, the former head gardener at Rossinver Organic Garden Centre and co-ordinator of the restoration of the Victorian House who will deliver instructions on how to grow… Read more »

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Dear Editor, We are all suffering from the effects of the “Housing Bubble” but there is a “Dependency Bubble” looming, which if we ignore will be more divesting than anything we have ever experienced. The reason for this is the recent figures given by the Central Statistics Office which show that the number of people… Read more »

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U10 Ladies Tuam Cortoon hosted the U10s ladies in Tuam Cortoon last weekend for the cup and shield finals. There were great performances from all involved with the Claregalway girls reaching the finals but losing out narrowly by a single point. Well done to the girls and all the Clubs involved, in particular a big… Read more »

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Funds raised will benefit Cancer Care in the west of Ireland and Monivea Boxing Club On the 20th of October in the Raheen Woods Hotel, Gerry Cronnelly will attempt to smash the Guinness World Record for consecutive rounds of boxing. The current record is 120 and he will set a new record of 122 rounds,… Read more »

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Co. Galway VEC has begun the enrolment process for prospective students of the new Claregalway Post Primary School for the school year 2013/2014. Application forms for student enrolment were last sent last Thursday directly to the 112 parents and guardians who supported Co. Galway VEC’s application for patronage of the new school and who indicated… Read more »

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Result: Claregalway 2-06, Bearna 1-05. Match: A Championship Final Date: Saturday 22nd September 2012 Venue: Loughgeorge Claregalway U14 boys defeated Bearna in the U14A Championship final played in Loughgeorge on Saturday 22nd September. Both teams went toe to toe from the off, but it was Bearna who made the better start going 4 points up… Read more »

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