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The new Committee of the Carnmore Community Centre wish to thank its members and the public for their past support and look forward to seeing them in the New Year. Membership to the Centre is now due and Information and Event Schedule will be published in future Issues. Membership is still great value at £20… Read more »

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There was a mission in Claregalway Parish in 1942. It started on the 14th June and finished on the 28th June. There were two Jesuit Priests, Fr Paul O’Flanagan and Fr Michael Mallin. Fr Mallin was a son of Michael Mallin the 1916 leader who was executed after the Easter Rising. The first Mass each… Read more »

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A branch of the Apostolic Society was started in Claregalway on 24th November 1992. The Society is comprised of active and honorary members. Active members attend the meetings and help to make vestments, albs, altar linens and all other articles required by the missions as well as children’s dresses and knitted garments. Honorary members make… Read more »

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Claregalway Skin Care & Aromatherapy Clinic, Kiniska, Claregalway  Make make-up work for you. Don’t make up on the move—try a simple home routine and face the world in style. Although a full make-up routine should take about 15–20 minutes to complete, there are occasions when that’s not possible. At such times, it is possible to… Read more »

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On behalf of the Community Alert Group I would like to express the horror, shock and sympathy we have all felt with the cowardly attack on Mr. Duggan. We have said that we were lucky that we have had so little crime in the area, but what has happened reflects on what is happening throughout… Read more »

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Claregalway U15 and U13 footballers brought down the curtain on the football season by contesting bothof the City League ‘A’ finals after qualifying through a series of Group games and play-offs. In September, the U16 team reached the final of the County League and lost to Corofin in a close game. In the course of… Read more »

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This is the time of year when our thoughts turn to the oncoming festivities; Santa Claus, friends and family coming home and getting the house ready for Christmas. We tend to forget about the garden, but yet it can still contribute in a large way. The vegetable garden can contribute to your Christmas dinner, harvesting… Read more »

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David Cribbin from Cahergowan, will be ordained to the priesthood in Claregalway Church on Saturday, January 4th. Almost twenty years ago, in 1977, three local priests, Dr. Des Forde (Chaplain Galway R.T.C.), Fr. Martin Glynn (U.S.) and Fr. Martin O’Connell (Africa) celebrated their first masses in Claregalway, but David’s will be the first ever ordination… Read more »

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Autumn is usually a beautiful month with lots of Autumn colours. Unfortunately, with the high winds and rain, nearly all plants lost their leaves early. It’s not all gloom and doom however as there are many berrying shrubs and trees around to add colour. The bright berrying plants can often add colour on a very… Read more »

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Congratulations to Bernie and Joe Faherty on the birth of their baby boy, Cian, in October. Welcome to the Monaghan Family who have taken up residence in Cahergowan. Best wishes to Julie and Tom McKenna who have taken over management of the Abbey/Summerfield Bar. On behalf of the community, we wish them the very best… Read more »

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