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Carnmore Ladies Club have had a busy season. While continuing with their Art and Craft classes at the Club on Monday nights, they took time out when fifteen of them had an enjoyable night out at a Show in the Town Hall Theatre. Following that, they were busy preparing for the Annual Santa Party and… Read more »

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Five members of the Clare River Harriers participated in the recent Dublin City Marathon. They were Padraic Forde, Paul Gibbons, Patrick Murphy, Brendan Gavin and Jimmy O’ Toole. It was an enjoyable day by all accounts and congratulations and well done to everyone involved. Congratulations and well done once again to Brendan Gavin who also… Read more »

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Claregalway 3–9 Oughterard 1–9 Two well worked goals in the first half, 2–6 to 0–4 lead at the break and a commanding display in the last 10 minutes sent us on our way to win the West Board U21 B championship final against Oughterard by 3–9 to 1–9 at Moycullen on Sunday last. It was… Read more »

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The AGM of the Carnmore Juvenile Hurling Club was held on Wednesday the 3rd December in the Carnmore Community Centre. There was a very good attendance. The Secretary’s report from Declan O’Brien outlined the very active and successful year of 1997. No trophies were won by the under age teams but a big number of… Read more »

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Following a meeting of the Claregalway/Carnmore Community Alert on Monday 1st December the committee has decided to award the contract for alarms for the elderly to Aid Alert, 21 Main Street, Blackrock, Co. Dublin. An initial order for 20 units was placed last week and it is hoped that as many as possible will be… Read more »

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Christmas Greetings to everyone in the Parish! I hope that you are all keeping well and in great form. No doubt, you’re all looking forward to the holidays and for the opportunity to throw your feet up for a while. I am in shock myself at the moment though because I cannot believe that it… Read more »

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Perhaps the most notable landmark in the parish of Claregalway lies just to the north of the river Clare and to the west of the Norman castle. This is the Franciscan Friary which has been in existence since the 13th Century. A certain amount of debate has been held regarding the actual year of construction… Read more »

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Good luck and every success to Marian Connolly on the opening of her new restaurant Bruach na hAbhann, formerly The Abbey Restaurant, Claregalway. Looking forward to sampling the culinary delights of your renowned chef Owen McArdle! Birthday wishes to Brian Moran, Lakeview, who will be 8 on the 24th December. Birthday wishes also to Nicola… 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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Great Support for Co. Development Draw  Nearly 200 tickets were sold under club auspices for the Co.Development Draw. We thank all our ticket purchasers for their wonderful support which is valued so highly by the club committee for financing our football activities and facilities. The first 2 Draws in the current round were held in… Read more »

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Junior Badminton September and October have been busy months on the Junior scene. Registration of Club, Players and Teams has taken place, and regular sessions are now in progress in the Leisure Centre on Tuesday evenings, Thursday afternoons and Saturday afternoons. Our Club is represented in the Junior leagues by four teams. We have entered… Read more »

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The Claregalway Leisure Centre is now in full swing after the summer break. Recent hall improvements have received tremendous support from locals and visitors alike. Plans are in place to put the finishing touches to the developments. The Committee would like to thank the local GAA Club for their continued support. A special thanks to… Read more »

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