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Congratulations to Flor Leen (N.T. in Claregalway School) and his wife Marie on the birth of their baby girl Roísín, born on the 5th December. Congratulations also to Enda Flaherty (N.T. in Claregalway School) and his wife Sineád on the birth of their baby Conor, born on the 11th January. Welcome to the parenting world!… Read more »

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To raise funds for Mortuary Chapel/Meeting Room/Additional Car Parking Contributions totalling £18,628 have been received towards the above to date. This total includes the first monthly envelope contributions, a sizeable number of bi-annual and annual contributions and also a number of other donations from organisations and individuals from the parish and some from outside the… Read more »

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We have moved to Video Paradiso, Riveroaks Shopping Centre. We would like to thank all our customers for their patience and understanding while we were making the move. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our members for their continued support over the past twelve years. Thank you for all the good… Read more »

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Congratulations to Evelyn and Kevin McStay, Cahergowan on the birth of their baby son Thomas born in November. Sincere sympathy to Evelyn on the sudden death of her father Thomas recently. Congratulations to Paul Concannon, Summerfield, Claregalway, who got engaged to Dympna Ryan of Killoscully, Newport, Co. Tipperary. Welcome back to Padraig Burke, our Butcher… Read more »

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Work on the bridge has been proceeding steadily all year. The facing of the two wings on either side of the arches and end piers were completed by the stone mason, Paddy Quinn, with FÁS workers assisting. This was done using cut stonework in keeping with the east face of the bridge and pure lime/sand… Read more »

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The Clareglaway Branch I.F.A. held their AGM recently in the Claregalway leisure centre, Mr Larry Mockler County Secretary was guest speaker. The meeting was chaired by Ollie O’Connell and he welcomed all to the meeting, Larry Mockler outlined all the recent changes in R.E.P.S., farm retirement scheme, extensification etc.. The recent drop in cattle prices… Read more »

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Claregalway Leisure Centre indoor season is well under way, with all Saturday Sessions and most of the evening sessions being fully booked up. A very limited number of hours are still available. Anyone interested in making a booking should telephone the Centre at 798371 (Mon–Fri, 6–10pm). At present Basketball, Badminton and Indoor Soccer are the… Read more »

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Carnmore Ladies Club have concluded their busiest year to date with varied courses, including art classes, aqua aerobics, computer training and crafts. Their activities included outings to the theatre, social evenings, annual children and senior citizens Christmas parties. The club is indebted to the V.E.C. through Conor Morris for the generous grant of £3,000. Conor… Read more »

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Wedding congratulations to Geraldine Fahy, Lydican and Paul McHugh, Belclare, married on the 2nd September. Congratulations also to Martin Flaherty, Cahergowan who wed Breda Waldron, Corrib Park on the 2nd September. Congratulations to Orla Qualter, Knockdoe and Michael Corcoran, The Claddagh, who got married on the 23rd September. Best wishes also to Louise Higgins, Lydican… Read more »

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25th Anniversary of Claregalway Church Bishop Michael Browne opened and dedicated this church on 15th August, assisted by Canon Callanan P.P. It is octagonal in shape and was designed by Fred Browne of Robinson, Keefe & Devane, Dublin, and the builder was J.J. Rhatigan from Milltown. The total cost, including fees and furnishings, was £132,000…. Read more »

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Following An Bord Pleanála’s appproval for the above development, the elected committee, representative of every area of the parish, has met and recommended that fundraising for the project be immediately set in motion so that work can commence without further delay. The committee has recommended a minimum contribution of £10 per household per month, payable… Read more »

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