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Dear Fellow Gardeners, The next step on our Global Agricultural Focus Tour was Canada – British Columbia. I was very impressed with agriculture in British Columbia. Unlike the rest of the country, it’s mainly small scale producers with lots of artisan producers of beer and wine. The area we stayed in is Kelowna (Okanagan valley)… Read more »

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Summary of Adjudicators Comments for ‘The Glass Menagerie’ by Tennessee Williams presented by Compántas Lir The adjudicator, Anna Walker ADA, said that she adjudicated at a confined All-Ireland, and saw an amazing version of the play Proof, which was presented by Compántas Lir, so she said it was lovely for her to begin her adjudication with… Read more »

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Yoga Flow Teacher Grainne O’Malley Grainne O Malley is a very positive minded teacher with a very supportive and caring way about her. She has been practicing yoga for over 12 years and currently she teaches a number of different styles of yoga including Yoga Flow, Yin yoga, Restorative yoga, Hot yoga and also Hatha yoga…. Read more »

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Gardening with Anne McKeon   I am quite sure that many of you have never gardened before and are coping at present with a new house, new garden project. Frightening I know but never fear, Anne is here! Seriously though, remember that gardening should be a hobby not a chore! On the other-hand many of… Read more »

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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 in 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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Congrats to the U14 Girls who are Galway Feile Champions for 2018. The Girls played brilliant Football in Clonbern to win the Title. In their Group Games which were all keenly contested Claregalway first defeated Monivea Abbey 2-2 to 0-5 then drew with Caherlistrane 0-4 each and finally over came Naomh Mhuire 3-2 to 1-0… Read more »

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Make me an Island by thereluctantemigrant ‘Take me and break me and close all your windows and doors, shut me off, cut me off, make me an island, I’m yours, take me away from the world, take me away from the girls, take me and break me and make me an island, I’m yours’. This, imaginably, is… Read more »

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Surgery, self care and festivals! I’ve left it so long between blog posts that I don’t know where to start!! There has been a LOT going on. So you know I’ve started my business. If you don’t know this, WHERE have you been? I’ve been flooding my Facebook page with self-advertising so if you’ve missed it, here is my… Read more »

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Sean Kyne TD Galway, Monday, 23rd April ‘18 28 Galway roads to be improved with €942,000 Local Improvement Scheme funding  Seán Kyne, Minister for Community Development, Natural Resources and Digital Development and Fine Gael TD for Galway West and Mayo South, has confirmed today (Monday) that 28 roads across Galway will be improved through the… Read more »

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BURREN CHERNOBYL PROJECT – THANK YOU  On behalf of the Burren Chernobyl Project, I wish to sincerely thank you for your continued generosity, kindness, help and time in organising donations for this project e.g. Financial donations, humanitarian aid e.g. Clothes, shoes, bed linen, nappies, toiletries, crutches, Zimmer frames walking sticks, toys, arts and crafts etc…. Read more »

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