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Claregalway Castle Sat 3rd April11am – 6pm A perfect afternoon….. come to Claregalway castle, have a coffee and light refreshment, hear some live music and buy a plant to start the Spring.The Spring Garden Fair is the first event of the year at Claregalway Castle.  It will feature many of Ireland’s best nurseries and rare… Read more »

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Fixtures and results: Our Senior men played Oileáin Árann in the Division 2 league last Thursday evening under lights in Knockdoemore. It was a beautiful evening for football. We won out on the night on a scoreline of 1-10 to 1-7. Our Juniors were in action against Annaghdown on Saturday in the Division 4B football… Read more »

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Cregmore National School Community will host a major fundraising event on Saturday, April 2, in support of little Jonah Murphy, a six-year old boy born with a very serious and rare heart condition. Jonah is the only son of teaching staff member Edel Glynn and her husband Jonathan Murphy, is affectionately known as “Jonah, the… Read more »

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Packed houses were the order of the wek as the curtain closed on another hugely successful Claregalway Festival of Drama which concluded at the weekend. Festival Director Dermot Hession was warmly complimented on the manner in which he organised the event and he was helped by a wonderful committee who provided tremendous assistance each night…. Read more »

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Return to Competition: This month has seen the return to training of many players within the club. Our younger groups of players are due to return at the end of March/early April. It’s great to see so many familiar and new faces around the club grounds and as the evenings get longer, we hope to… Read more »

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After a two year break the Festival of Drama is back in Claregalway. At short notice in 2020 the organisers of the annual Claregalway Festival of Drama had to call off the Festival when Covid 19 struck the country. In 2021 the event had to be also cancelled as the dreaded pandemic remained. Thankfully this… Read more »

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.IE Digital Town Awards 2022 Dear Town, I’m delighted to announce that the .IE Digital Town Awards are now live! People and towns across Ireland are being called on to enter the annual .IE Digital Town Awards 2022, which celebrate the digital achievements of local towns and citizens across the country. Now open for applications, the .IE Digital… Read more »

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Dear Fellow Gardeners, February is generally the month when I get out of my gardening hibernation.  Finally there is work to be done.  The days are getting noticeably longer and every day we can notice the beginnings of new growth and new life. SeedsI often think a seed is the most symbolic and miraculous being.  If you… Read more »

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Dear Fellow Gardeners, Just a quick note to let you know that our seed potatoes and onion sets are in stock now.  There is only a limited quantity available on www.greenvegetableseeds.com. Renvyle Gardening WeekendI also just found out that the Renvyle House Gardening Weekend will take place again this spring.  It’s my favourite weekend of the… Read more »

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Dr Mary O’Kane How to Talk to Children about the Ashling Murphy Tragedy I have received many messages from parents asking how to speak to their children about the tragic death of Ashling Murphy. As many schools are holding a minutes silence in remembrance of Ashling this morning, I wanted to share this information with parents… Read more »

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Paraics Tips For Your Garden In January “For gardening begins in January with the dream.” Josephine Nuese As we enter the New Year we are reminded of new beginnings and opportunities. Nowhere is this more relevant than in the garden in January. January is a time of preparation and planning for the year ahead. It… Read more »

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Dear Fellow Gardeners,January is often a cold and miserable month in Ireland and it’s far too early to get out into the garden.  I do, however, love the cold frosty and clear mornings following a freezing night.  There are just a few jobs that can be done now but overall – it’s time to relax… Read more »