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Two of Galway’s communities are celebrating honours at this year’s National Pride of Place competition with Belclare-Sylane and Claregalway flying the flag for Galway at the All-Ireland awards. More than 800 people attended a gala ceremony in Ennis last Saturday evening for the 12th Annual IPB Pride of Place Awards in association with Co-operation Ireland…. Read more »

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Claregalway Amenity Group formed in December 1995 arising from local meetings which expressed concern over how Claregalway as an area was developing. Since that meeting, the following has been achieved: Provision of 30+ townland names in Claregalway and surrounding areas. Restoration of the three pumps in Claregalway, Montiagh and Cloon. Provision of bottle– banks in… Read more »

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Claregalway Amenity Group is grateful to Councillor Noel Grealish and Councillor Jarlath McDonagh for their financial contribution towards the Welcome to Claregalway stones. A lot of work has gone into the sourcing of these stones and we feel we have depicted the historical aspects of Claregalway with these stones, superbly designed by Natural Stone Design in… Read more »

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The above meeting was held in Claregalway Leisure Centre on Tuesday, 29th June 1999, attended by Mr. Eddie Power, Mr. Gus McCarthy and Mr. Enda Howley all representing the Planning Department of Galway County Council. Mr. Hugh Brady and Ms. Helena Gavin represented Brady, Shipman and Martin Planning Consultants employed by Galway County Council to… Read more »

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Claregalway and Carnmore Community Alert Group are delighted to announce that the Department of Social, Family and Community Affairs have agreed to a grant of £24,700. After a major effort by the townland co-ordinators and the Community Alert Committee in conjunction with Garda Pat Heneghan, a grant was submitted in March this year. The funds… Read more »

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The Group was formed in December 1995 and have been steadily working since then. The following is a report of achievements to date: The park near the Rockwood road has been maintained by Galway County Council following our representations. We have erected townland names on all of the Claregalway townlands. We have provided recycling banks… Read more »

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