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Organisation Project Allocation Kilconieron GAA Club All Weather Pitch 94,000 St. Patrick’s Kiltormer Soccer Walking/Running track and sand pitch 26,000 St. Brendan’s GAA Dressing Rooms/dugouts for new pitches 73,500 Cregmore Claregalway FC Dev of pitch, training and changing area 41,645 Killererin Development Company Killererin Community All Weather Pitch 49,500 Killererin GAA Club Further development for… Read more »

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    JBM|MERIT scooped the award for Best Retail Technology Supplier in Ireland at the National Award Ceremony to the delight of Managing Director Michael Jordan and his team.   As Ireland’s only independently-judged awards programme for the Convenience Store sector, the ShelfLife National C-Store Awards are the most coveted accolades in the convenience store business. … Read more »

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This St. Stephen’s Day Claregalway Football Club are hosting a charity fundraiser to support the Sinead McGovern healing Stage 4 cancer fund and Breast Cancer Research. This is an ideal opportunity to get out of the house and get involved in a community effort as well as see the stars of Claregalway’s 2002 Intermediate Championship… Read more »

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By the Tuam Herald CLAREGALWAY is looking forward to a very festive Christmas this year, as the traffic problems it has faced for years are reduced somewhat by the opening of the motorway. The most dominant structure in the village, the magnificently restored Castle by the Clare river, will host Christmas at the Castle up… Read more »

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Minister for Community Development, Natural Resources and Digital Development and Fine Gael TD for Galway West and Mayo South, Seán Kyne TD has today confirmed once-off funding of over €100,000 to support agricultural shows in Galway.  The funding is part of a national allocation of €840,000 from the Department of Rural and Community Development to… Read more »

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  The AGM of the Claregalway Ladies GAA Committee which was held on Monday 27th November in Knockdoemore was well attended. Chairman Tony King welcomed all to the Meeting.  Reports were presented to the Meeting from the Officers and all Managers. Again 2017 was a very successful year for the Club, Some of the highlights from… Read more »

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It’s only when you get a few women together that you realise when it comes to raising kids, everybody seems to think that the person next to them is doing a better job than they are! Somewhere between our grandmother’s time and here we’ve captioned child-rearing as being the most important job of all. For… Read more »

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The death has occurred of PETER JOSEPH (PJ) CARROLL LAKE VIEW, Claregalway, Galway / Mohill, Leitrim And formerly of Carrolls Pub, Main Street, Mohill, Co Leitrim. Peacefully at Aras Mhuire, Tuam. Beloved husband of KITTY and father of PETER, SEAMUS, CATHAL, FERGUS, CYRIL and JARLATH. Also, sisters, brother, sister-in-law, brother-in-law, daughter-in-law, grandchildren, nephews, nieces, relatives,… Read more »

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The need for traffic calming measures through Claregalway will be reassessed in the New Year, Galway Council has said. Senior engineer Damien Mitchell confirmed plans for traffic calming through the village have been delayed until the impact of the new M17 motorway on traffic patterns is assessed. “Claregalway traffic-calming plans have been put on the… Read more »

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Tuam Herald. SINCE taking over as principal in September, Lorraine Burke has found her new role in Tuam’s Scoil Mhuire to be both exciting and rewarding. A native of Claregalway, Lorraine was a teacher in the primary school for 14 years before becoming principal. “I suppose I was fortunate in that I knew all the… Read more »

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