R.I.P. CONLON, Ron, Cloonbiggeen, Claregalway

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R.I.P. Ron Conlan, Cloonbiggeen, Claregalway, Co Galway (formerly of Currandrum, Claregalway and Rathangan, Co. Kildare). November 15th 2018. (Passed away peacefully surrounded by his family in the wonderful care of the staff of Galway Hospice after a short illness). Sadly missed by his loving wife Margaret, son David, daughter Roisin, sisters Ann, Lorraine and Yvonne,… Read more »

Claregalway GAA Club notes… November 2018

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  Claregalway/Carnmore G.A.A. Weekly Lotto. Jackpot €5,400 Draw Results for 5th Nov. 4    5   26   31. No jackpot winner. Match three winners Michelle & Caroline Greaney/Grealish Weekly Sellers Prize: Mark Collins.  €2.00 per panel   or   3 panels for €5.00 Win or share €200 for match three. Last draw was in the Summerfield Bar on Monday… Read more »

Funding for Claregalway Leisure Centre

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Funding for Claregalway Leisure Centre Seán Kyne, Government Chief Whip, Minister for the Irish Language, the Gaeltacht and the Islands, and Fine Gael TD for Galway West and Mayo South has allocated funding of €18, 170 for the Ionad Fóillíochta Bhaile Chláir / Claregalway Leisure Centre.  Commented Minister Kyne: “This funding of  €18, 170 will help to provide a… Read more »

GIY Weekly Column November 10th 2018

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GIY Weekly Column November 10th 2018 An update about what i am doing this week, lift/store beetroot and picking parsnips. Regular readers will know that I’m a massive fan of beetroot – actually I don’t think that there’s much you can say against it.  You can grow large quantities in a small space, it’s easy… Read more »

Learn to Garden in November with Paraic Horkan

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Learn to Garden     Paraic’s Tips For Your Garden In November Are you looking for inspiration on what to do in your garden in November? Then you have come to the right place. Paraic is sharing his top tips for looking after your garden during the turn of weather and telling you how best… Read more »

R.I.P. Kathleen O’Flaherty, Cloon, Claregalway

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Peacefully, deeply regretted by her heartbroken family, husband Tommy, sons Enda, Eamon, and Ciarán, daughter Sinéad, daughters-in-law Petra and Patricia, Ciaráns partner Gemma, granddaughter Ella, Brothers Tommy and Patrick, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, uncle Martin Kelly, aunt Margaret Hanley, Nieces, Nephews, relatives, close neighbours and friends.   Reposing at Sioraoíocht in the grounds of the Assumption and… Read more »

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A Priest Who Spent 20 Years Studying Aloe Vera Says That Cancer Can Be Cured! This Is The Recipe! For 20 years, father Romano Zago from Brazil studied the Aloe Vera plant and managed to discover a natural cure for cancer, which was published in his book “Cancer Can Be Cured”. While serving God among… Read more »

Centuries of fine hospitality continue at the impressive Cloonacauneen Castle

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By Galway Advertiser   Fine food and good wines have been served for well over four hundred years at Cloonacauneen Castle and this tradition still continues in the tower house that rises majestically over the landscape around it on the Tuam Road. Cloonacauneen Castle is one of Galway’s best known Tower Houses rising up to over fifty feet in… Read more »

McNelis welcomes decision to open second-level Educate Together in Galway

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[DRAFT: Not for release – 29 October 2018] Labour Councillor and Mayor, Níall McNelis, has welcomed the decision by the Department of Education and Skills to award patronage of Galway’s new second-level school to Educate Together. “I was happy to come together with colleagues from across the political spectrum to advocate support for Educate Together,… Read more »

Lion afraid of the mouse by thereluctantemigrant

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Lion afraid of the mouse by thereluctantemigrant Much as I hate mention of Christmas outside of December, preparations do have to start a little early when your live in a Muslim country literally devoid of the little touches that make Christmas special. Sure, Carrefour carry a few decorations, and there are toy shops in every mall, but… Read more »