10-Week Painting Course with Denise Hogan

Posted by Denise Hogan & filed under News.

New morning class! Tuesdays from 10.30am–12.30pm. Denise is currently accepting bookings for the first term of her 2015/16 painting courses for adults. Geared towards oil, acrylic and watercolour, all courses consist of ten two-hour weekly classes. Class sizes are limited to a maximum of ten students. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced painter, these classes… Read more »

Carnmore Hurling Club August 2015 News

Posted by Carnmore GAA & filed under Sport.

Congratulations and Best of luck to the Galway Senior Hurling, Senior Camogie and Minor Hurlers on qualifying for the All Ireland Finals and the U21s as they bit to reach the final this weekend from all at Carnmore GAA. Fundraising Draw—Win your All Ireland Tickets and a chance to see both Galway and Senior and… Read more »

Cregmore-Claregalway FC U14 Girls Complete Unique Double

Posted by Dermot Coll & filed under Sport.

Cregmore-Claregalway FC U14 girls completed a unique League and Cup double in Deacy Park recently when they captured the GFA cup with a resounding victory over Colga FC to add to the Premier League trophy they had secured the previous week with a superb 4–3 win over old rivals Salthill Devon in an exciting game. First half… Read more »

Leaving Cert English Higher Level Classes

Posted by Ronan Loughrey & filed under News.

Attention students and parents! Commencing Friday 25th of September 2015 in the Claregalway Hotel. Quality and proven weekly exam focused Leaving Cert English class with RLgrinds. New to the Claregalway Hotel starting Friday September 25th at 7pm. Quality, proven and exam focused approach to the higher level English exam with detailed and quality ‘A’ standard notes and sample answers provided… Read more »

Update from Your Local Councillor August 2015

Posted by Jim Cuddy & filed under News.

Proposed road works in Claregalway Earlier this year Galway County Council were provided with money for two road projects in Claregalway. Since then I have been asked when these works are to start. The first was €87,000 towards road safety improvement works at Lachtgeorge junction. I have now been informed by the Director for Roads… Read more »

Claregalway Agricultural Show Celebrates 25 Years

Posted by Claregalway Agricultural Show & filed under News.

As the well-known proverb says a spark can start a great fire. This applies to the Claregalway Agricultural Show which is celebrating its Silver Jubilee takes place this year on Sunday August 23rd in Duffy Equestrian Centre, Rockwood. Twenty five years ago somebody “sparked” an idea to start an agricultural show in Claregalway. From that… Read more »

GIY (Grow It Yourself) August 2015

Posted by Michael Kelly, GIY Ireland & filed under Features.

After a couple of quiet weeks it’s time to get busy in the veg patch again, this time with harvesting. Our onions are ready to pick so it’s a job for a quiet Saturday, if the weather plays ball. Gathering onions and getting them ready for winter storage is one of the bigger harvesting jobs… Read more »

Claregalway Hotel Announces Race Week Line-Up

Posted by Claregalway Hotel & filed under Features.

Claregalway Hotel recently announced its line-up of music and competitions for the Galway Races, Monday July 27th–Sunday August 2nd. This 7 day calendar of events is the biggest line-up of live music and country dancing with three great nights from top country entertainers. Galway Plate Wednesday with John Mc Nicholl, Ladies Day with Robert Mizzell… Read more »

Carnmore Hurling Club July 2015 Updates

Posted by Aaron Fox, PRO & filed under Sport.

Carnmore Cúl Camp Continues to be one of Galway’s Biggest Carnmore hosted one of many Cúl Camps around the county last week with close to hundred children aged 6–10 taking part. Carnmore continues to be one of Galway’s biggest camps. Although the weather played havoc at various times throughout the week a great time was… Read more »

Everything Going Right for Carnmore Girls

Posted by Carnmore GAA Club & filed under Sport.

Intermediate Girls off to flyer It’s been a busy week for Carnmore Camogie on all fronts with the Intermediate girls getting their championship campaign off to a flyer with a six point win over a strong Cappataggle outfit. Carnmore, who are looking to bounce back following a disappointing 2014 season and return to the form which saw them… Read more »