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Dear Fellow Gardeners, I can’t believe how fast this year is going.  It has been an exciting year with lots of new and exciting projects. Online Polytunnel Course (NOTS)The online Commercial Organic Polytunnel Course, organised by the National Organic Training Skillsnet (NOTS) was a great experience this year with over 500 participants who joined us… Read more »

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  Did you know, up to 80% of heart disease and stroke can be prevented? Conditions like atrial fibrillation and hypertension – all forms of heart disease – are among the most common causes of health problems and death in Ireland. Heart disease and stroke are strongly linked to certain risk factors. Some risk factors are out of… Read more »

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The death has occurred of Bernie McGrath (née Fahy)4 River Oaks, Claregalway, Galway Formerly of Mervue. Predeceased by her brother Colm and parents Maureen and Johnny Fahy. Much loved and missed by her husband John, children Kenneth, Fiona, Sean and Niamh and her beautiful grandchildren. Deeply regretted by her brother, sisters, daughter’s in law, son’s… Read more »

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The death has occurred of Mary Hanley (née Fahy)Carnmore, Oranmore, Galway / Claregalway, Galway The death has occurred of Mary Hanley, (nee Fahy) Carnmore, Oranmore, Co. Galway and formerly of Grange, Turloughmore.Peacefully on November 26th 2021. Predeceased by her husband Eddie and brothers Martin and Eamon. Sadly missed by her daughters Helena and Cepta, sons Shane, Fergus… Read more »

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Understanding our Everyday: Habit Formation Dr Phil Noone We are creatures of habit and we tend to repeat the same behaviours in recurrent contexts. A growing body of literature suggests that habit formation plays a vital role in the enhancement of positive lifestyle choices and well-being. Personal Perspective On March 18th 2020, I started going… Read more »

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Eulogy for Brian Place Written by his eldest son: Christopher Place I want to share with you some words that capture my dad…. But to begin I would like to tell you of my discovery of one of dad’s last cryptic crosswords that he completed not long before he became ill. Having the clues and… Read more »

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A Chairde,In recent weeks it has become apparent that Claregalway GAA have progressed a plan to replace the main playing pitch in Claregalway with an artificial surface. There is a strong view within both the Community and the Club membership that Claregalway GAA club would be best served by a natural, sand-based grass pitch, built… Read more »

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Fáilte chuig Comórtas na mBailte Slachtmhara Super Valu 2021. Táimid buíoch daoibh as ucht na hiontrála a churchugainn. Go raibh maith agaibh as ucht bhur dtacaíocht le linn na paindéime. Lean leis an dea-obair.Welcome to the 2021 SuperValu TidyTowns competition. Thank you for your entry and for your commitment to yourplace in these difficult times…. Read more »

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Dear Fellow Gardeners, Everything in nature has gone to rest and maybe we should also slow down a little bit now.  However, there are some plants that want or even need to grow now.  One of them is the Ivy (Hedera helix). From spring to autumn it grows under the canopy of the big trees,… Read more »

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Dear All, Please see a list of questions and answers we have compiled in relation to the astro in Lakeview. You will find a full outline of these as well as an accompanying video on the website: Thanks for your continuing support. https://bit.ly/lakeviewfaq Why build an Astro Pitch? Claregalway GAA club has grown exponentially over… Read more »

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Two Galway companies shortlisted in ‘record-breaking year’ for the Annual Technology Ireland Industry Awards  Technology Ireland press releaseFor immediate release: Wednesday, 27 October 2021 Two Galway companies shortlisted in ‘record-breaking year’ for the Annual Technology Ireland Industry Awards Following a record 82 applications, 47 entries have now been shortlisted for the 29th Technology Ireland Industry Awards. Among those… Read more »