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GIY Weekly Column September 9th 2017 How To Build And Grow In Raised Beds Raise your growing game… Over the last few years I’ve noticed a definite snootiness about using raised beds for growing food, which I find ridiculous.  It’s almost like if you are not out there double digging your soil and breaking your… Read more »

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Claregalway Castle will host an Autumn Garden Fair next Sunday, September 10th from 11am – 6pm. Admission is €5 per person. This fair will feature some of Ireland’s best nurseries and rare plant specialists – most of whom are members of Irish Specialist Nursery Association (ISNA).  

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The book “By the Banks of the River Clare” by Michael J Hurley tells the story of the river which has played such an important part n the lives of the people of the area since earliest times. This is the waterway that has flooded vast tracts of land and turlough in an unpredictable manner… Read more »

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There was much jubilation as Galway broke the twenty nine years gap to win Liam McCarthy Cup and brought back the Irish Press cup at Croke Park on Sunday. A huge Turloughmore support had gathered in Dublin, many of them without tickets, to support the strong Turloughmore presence on the field. Turloughmore were represented by… Read more »

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The death has occurred of Mary KELLY (née Grealish) Tirellan Heights, Headford Road, Galway City, Galway (formerly Kiltrogue, Claregalway), beloved wife of the late Jeremiah and loving mother of Margaret, Rose, Danny and the late Eileen. Deeply regretted by her loving children, sisters Julia, Perrill, Nora (Conneely), Bridget (O’Brien), brother Johnny, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, grandchildren, nephews,… Read more »

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Dear Fellow Gardeners, Every year seems to go faster and faster – we are already in September and up here in Leitrim we didn’t get a summer – yet again.  The last bit of sunshine was in June.  However, there is always the Indian summer to look forward to.  I’m very positive about it.  Just… Read more »

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I’ve often been to Croke Park to watch football and hurling matches over the years, especially when my own faithful county Offaly are playing. I hope to be going yet again to see this year’s All Ireland Hurling Final with my Dad, to see Micheal Donoghue’s charges in all their glory, with Tony Keady’s battling… Read more »

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Feedthepulse is a Claregalway-based food business, launched in 2016 by the McArdle family. Feedthepulse works closely with the Galway GAA to provide all the county teams with wholesome nutritious meals to fuel their training and match performances. The business has cooked and served healthy meals to Galway GAA’s elite athletes almost every day this year,… Read more »

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Claregalway Cookery School has been run by Susie O’Connor since 1999. O’Connor trained at Ballymaloe Cookery School in Shanagarry, Co. Cork, where she worked as an instructor for eight years. She now runs evening cookery classes for adults and also children’s cookery classes throughout the summer and during school breaks. People go to Claregalway Cookery… Read more »

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By Declan Varley, Galway Advertiser Claregalway enters this autumn in a vein of great confidence with a spate of new developments changing the face of the village over the past few months and with the M18 to open on September 27, there are hopes that at last the village will lose the name of being… Read more »

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