Book of Condolences opened for Ashling Murphy

Galway Daily news Book of Condolences opened at city hall in memory of Creeslough victims

An online Book of Condolences has been opened for the people of Galway to leave their condolences for the late Ashling Murphy.

Cathaoirleach of the County of Galway Cllr Peter Keaveney opened the online Book of Condolences today.

Hundreds of people attended a vigil for the late Ashling Murphy in Eyre Square on Thursday evening, and other memorial events are planned for the days ahead.

The 23 year old teacher was killed while out for a run along the Grand Canal in Tullamore on Wednesday.

She was well-known in the local community and was involved in the arts, playing traditional music.

The council has created a book of condolences via Microsoft Forms, which can be accessed at