R.I.P. GLENENANE, Val(Malachy), Baunmore

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The death has occurred of Val (Malachy) Glenane Baunmore, Claregalway, Galway Son of the late Willie and Mary, brother of the late Peter and Kitty. Peacefully, surrounded by his loving family; sisters Mary Bradley (Bermingham), Bridie Lavin (Sligo), Anne Curran, Sally Gaughan (Galway) and Eileen Conlisk (Headford), brothers Brendan (Canada), Paddy (Australia), Johnny (Bermingham) and… Read more »

Gaeltacht Survey for Annaghadown, Claregalway and Carnmore.

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SURVEY: The Gaeltacht of an tEachreidh spans Annaghadown, Claregalway and Carnmore on the East side of the Corrib in County Galway. It is quite distinct from the Connemara and other Connacht Gaeltachtai, The Coiste in conjunction with a language Planning Officer are progressing the work and as an initial stage a survey of residents in… Read more »

From the garden: Grow, Cook, Eat is back on TV this month and we’ll be tackling food waste

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From the Journal.ie From the garden: Grow, Cook, Eat is back on TV this month and we’ll be tackling food waste We’ll be teaching you to grow onions, pumpkins, sweetcorn, courgettes, kale, beans and chillis for all shapes and sizes of gardens, writes Michael Kelly. Michael KellyGrower IF YOU ARE space constrained in your growing,… Read more »

Jackie Dolan: Treat Cafe

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 Galway Advertiser   Truly tasty and consistent: these are a few words that describe how Treat Cafe has operated in the Galway area for 12 years via its cafes and restaurants in Claregalway and Lackagh, its canteen restaurant called Stock at Athenry Mart, and its Healthy & Hearty catering outlets in a number of schools…. Read more »

Gardening with Paraic Horkan

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A Passion for Gardening and Gardens! Mother’s Day Mothers Day is a day when we honour the mothers in our lives – our mothers, grandmothers and our godmothers. It is a day of celebration, love and thanksgiving for these wonderful women. At Horkans, we really understand how important a mother is and how important it… Read more »

Onion Sets – by Klaus Laitenberger

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Onion Sets Dear Fellow Gardeners, Onion Sets  We would like to let you know that our onion sets have just arrived.  The variety is Forum – it’s a wonderful early maturing variety with round bulbs, great disease resistance and excellent flavour.  It is bolt resistant and one of the earliest types to mature. It’s often… Read more »

Spring Gardening with Paraic Horkan

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Spring Gardening with Paraic With spring truly breaking over the last couple of weeks, and Saint Patricks day around the corner, now is a great time to assess your garden and get it prepared for the summer. The shamrock that we so proudly adorn at this time of year to represent our Irish heritage is… Read more »

The Battle of Knockdoe…

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The Battle of Knockdoe Knockdoe Hill, site of the battle in 1504 The Battle of Knockdoe as painted by John Dalton THE BATTLE OF KNOCKDOE On the 19th August, 1504, a little known battle took place on the low hill of Knockdoe, eight miles north-east of Galway City. Knockdoe or cnoc-tuath  “hill of the axes”  stands at… Read more »

Emerging Adults by the Reluctantemigrant Denise Hession

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Emerging Adults by thereluctantemigrant Almost everyone that comes to Qatar has an end goal in mind. They say that they just want to try something different, they say the want to gain valuable diverse experience that will enhance their career, they say that they fancy life in the sun for a while, but the reality is,… Read more »

“Tell me I’ll forget…Show me I’ll remember…include me and I’ll understand”

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“Tell me I’ll forget…Show me I’ll remember…include me and I’ll understand” It has felt like a dark and long January, but even now the days are lengthening. There are some strange things happening: daffodils are blooming, people are cutting grass, vegetables are growing, birds are singing, but in January this is a little disconcerting…. Nobody… Read more »