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Hi Parents, It’s been two years since this present Parent Association committee set out to achieve a few new goals with regard to the parents association. The first hurdle was to find a channel of communication between the Parent Association committee and the parents. Understanding that previous Committee’s had tried really hard, and found it… Read more »

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Perfect for your elevenses or four o’clock cuppa I am a whole month back in college at this stage of the game. And I love it. I keep calling it ‘grown up college’. Doing a Masters (in Journalism) is quite tough. The contact class hours on campus are long and we are having a lot… Read more »

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The photos in this post were taken during the floods in Claregalway in November 2009. For more, see our album on facebook. Almost four years on from the catastrophic floods that hit Claregalway in 2009, local residents are again facing into a winter of uncertainty with flood relief works yet to be undertaken in the area…. Read more »

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No. I am not. I’ve been fighting the urge to set up a second blog for months, nay, even years now. I think I was stifled by the big win at the Blog Awards last year and lost my blogging mojo. I was afraid everyone was watching and listening. Then, with The Sunday Times, I became ‘we’ instead of me,… Read more »

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by Judy Murphy, Connacht Tribune Five miles past Claregalway on the road to Tuam is a narrow road to the right. Blink and you’ll miss it. But if you travel down that road to the fourth house on the right hand side, you’ll find a unique venue which hosts everything from yoga classes to permaculture… Read more »

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Living and working on the family farm all his life, Claregalway native Oisín Kenny has always had a passion for quality flavoursome foods grown without the use of chemicals, pesticides, and preservatives. Mr. Kenny provides only the finest varieties of vegetables which are hand-selected for their vibrant tastes and healthy benefits, always encouraging people to… Read more »

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Claregalway Tidy Towns committee did trojan work in the community over the summer, planting flowers, landscaping and generally keeping the village tidy! The following is a report from the official Tidy Towns adjudicators, who visited Claregalway in June and assessed the area on a number of criteria, awarding Claregalway a total of 251 points out… Read more »

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Introducing M-i Security and the range of Digital CCTV equipment, intruder alarms and fire alarms for your business premises or home. Our easy to use systems all come with the following options: Excellent recording quality CD reader/writer for saving incidents Remote viewing capability Low management with all recordings saved automatically Excellent business management tool Systems… Read more »

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Perched on platforms proudly pears rule the market stalls and grocery stores these days. Bosc, Bartlett, Conference or Rogue Red, there are sometimes too many varieties to choose from. When shopping for pears, we seek the slightly under ripe ones and allow them a few days to ripen at home before slicing into them and… Read more »

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Sometimes the weather forecasters get it right! They promised scattered light showers with mainly sunshine and that’s what Claregalway Agricultural Show got on Sunday last. The weather was almost perfect for the show. All the hard work and months of preparation for the event paid off when all roads headed towards Rockwood. Show Chairman, Val… Read more »

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by Jacqueline Hogge, The Tuam Herald Some of Galway’s landmark buildings are to to be lit up in gold next weekend, to highlight an awareness of cancer among children. The Light It Up Gold campaign is being promoted throughout the country over the coming weeks by the parents of children being treated in St. John’s… Read more »

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