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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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FÉ 15 In a good game Claregalway beat Salthill by 2–10 to 2–5 in the City league at the Prairie. The next game against Mervue at the Leisure Centre ended in a draw and in the last round Claregalway had an easy win over Moycullen at Baile Doite. The league table for Group 1 is… Read more »

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Congratulations to our U16 B Team who have full points from two matches played so far in the League and our U14 A team who have won their first match and are due to play again on Sunday 3rd Nov. Our U16A team will be in action for their first match on Sunday also, in… Read more »

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Alzheimer Society Western Region The Society has sent their most grateful thanks for the receipt of £310.50 raised at the Tea Day in Lakeview and at the Bingo session the same evening at Turloughmore. They go on to say: “National Tea Day is a vital source of funding to the Society and is the only… Read more »

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Claregalway Skin Care & Aromatherapy Clinic, Kiniska, Claregalway Aloe Vera is an extract from a desert plant of the same name. Its use has a very long history dating back some 3,500 years for both beauty and medicinal purposes. Aloe Vera is a very pure, safe and versatile plant extract. As you may be aware… Read more »

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Plans are presently being drawn up by the new committee for improvements to the Centre. It is hoped that renovations will commence immediately after the Fashion Show on 21st November 1996 and will consist primarily of the meeting room areas with proposals for a new floor for the main hall being considered for a later… Read more »

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The new Claregalway Medical Centre has just opened. The Surgery Hours will remain 3–4.30 until January 1997. The Telephone Number is 798301. In the next month a questionnaire will be given to patients seeking their opinion as to what surgery hours would best suit the needs of the Community. From January 1997 it is hoped… Read more »

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October, our first frost and our trees begin to change into the most beautiful autumn colours. Already, Ash trees, Horse Chestnut, Limes, Maples are all changing to gold, yellow and red tints. Plants with good autumn colour include: virginia creepers, vines, rhus sumach (the Stag’s Horn), Liquisambar, Enkianthus, Cornus Species etc. In the vegetable garden,… Read more »

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