Filter by category

Posted on in News

Just weeks after making lands available for the Lackagh Trail, which is near completion and has quickly become one of the busiest facilities in the community, Frank and Ann Kearney have taken on a virtual challenge in a fundraiser in conjunction with Galway Camogie and Galway Hospice. The event is being organised by Galway Camogie… Read more »

Posted on in News

Provision has been made for a children’s play area and Blueway walking trail in the planning application recently granted for works on the pitch at Lakeview. Well done to all involved at Claregalway GAA and best of luck with this exciting development. The planning application can be viewed at Galway County Council.

Posted on in News

Time is one of the biggest obstacles people face when setting out to grow food. It may seem like a lot of work, but getting into a regular routine makes these small jobs quicker, easier, and ultimately part of the joy of growing. If you’re currently growing (or want to start now) here are some… Read more »

Posted on in News

I came out of my office on Friday afternoon, I had no inspiration, I didn’t have anything to write about, I definitely wasn’t in the right space and I was getting frustrated.I decided to see what was going on out on the farm and I bumped into Emmanuel and shared my woes. Write about “Muck… Read more »

Posted on in News

Tagged:

Rosary Gardens, London and formerly Claregalway, Co. Galway) Noreen passed peacefully from this life surrounded by her loving family in Claregalway. Predeceased by her parents P.J. and Ellen (Nellie), brother Micheal and sister Maura. Sadly, missed by her beloved brothers Jimmy and Martin, sisters-in-law Ann and Martina, brother-in-law Eddie, her adoring nephews and nieces John,… Read more »

Posted on in News

(Rosary Gardens, London and formerly Claregalway, Co. Galway) Noreen passed peacefully from this life surrounded by her loving family in Claregalway. Predeceased by her parents P.J. and Ellen (Nellie), brother Micheal and sister Maura. Sadly, missed by her beloved brothers Jimmy and Martin, sisters-in-law Ann and Martina, brother-in-law Eddie, her adoring nephews and nieces John,… Read more »

Posted on in Death Notices, News

Peacefully, at U H Galway. Husband of the late Christina and brother of the late Mary, Kitty, and Paddy. In his 92nd year, Sadly missed by his nieces and nephews (Mc Donagh and Flaherty families), sisters in law, brother in law, relatives, neighbours and friends. May his gentle soul rest in peace Removal from Mickey’s… Read more »

Posted on in News

Tagged:

The death has occurred of Jim AherneLydican, Oranmore, Galway / Ballyvolane, Cork 6th November in the wonderful care of The Galway Hospice. Predeceased by his brother John. Beloved husband of Carol and dearly loved father of Brian and Leigh (Graham). Sadly, missed by his loving grandchildren Evan and Luke, daughter-in-law Rosaleen, son-in-law Paul, sisters Mary,… Read more »

Posted on in News

Tagged:

The death has occurred of Mick LongKiltrogue, Claregalway, Galway Mick Long passed away peacefully in his home at Kitrogue, Claregalway, Co. Galway on 31st October 2020. Beloved husband of Patricia and much loved father of Eva, Marty and Anita. Beloved brother of the late Francis and John.   Sadly missed and lovingly remembered by his family,… Read more »

Posted on in News

Tagged:

The death has occurred of Kathleen Dunleavy (née Moore)The Arches Hotel, Claregalway, Galway Formerly of The Cottage, Claregalway and 6 Main Street, Dundrum, Dublin. Peacefully in the tender care of the dedicated staff of The Mystical Rose Nursing Home, Claregalway. Predeceased by her beloved son Tommy, granddaughter Doireann and brother John J. Moore.  Beloved wife of… Read more »

Posted on in News

Little did I know at the beginning of the year what was in store for my little business. Everything was in place for a busy 2020 when the lockdown came in March. I was not prepared for the mental anguish I was going to endure over the following months. I had spent months preparing my… Read more »

Posted on in News

Lackagh Parish Community Survey. Lackagh Museum and Community Development Association along withTurloughmore Community Council are undertaking a community plan forthe parish. The plan aims to find out what facilities and services theparish needs and which ones could potentially be incorporated into newdevelopments at the museum. Alan Hill consultants are assisting inthis process and will create… Read more »