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Galway awarded €196,000 to preserve historic buildings and heritage

Almost €200,000 has been allocated for the conservation and preservation of historically significant buildings in Galway to preserve architectural heritage. Galway City and County Council...

Festivals in Athenry and Headford to receive €6,500 in funding

Athenry's Music, Arts and Heritage festival is set to receive €5,000 under the Small Local Festivals and Summer Schools Scheme. Headford's Headfest online event which...

Share the heritage of Galway with Galway Beo

Absence makes the heart grow fonder, and while people are confined to their homes the county council is inviting everyone to help celebrate the...

Portumna heritage groups urged to apply for grant

Individuals and groups involved in heritage and Portumna have been urged to apply to Waterways Ireland's ‘Heritage in the Community’ grants scheme. Minister Ciaran Cannon...

Moycullen wins prestigious international heritage award

“Moving Memories; Migration in Community Archives” was the theme of the 13th Annual Community Archives and Heritage Group (CAHG) Conference, held this year at Glasgow Royal...

9th annual Galway city heritage conference this month

The 9th annual Galway City Heritage Conference will take place later this month to celebrate the rich cultural history of Galway. This year's heritage conference,...

Galway filmmaker shows cultural heritage of seasonal grazing and dry stone walls

Between the Region of Gastronomy 2018 and the build up starting to the Capital of Culture 2020, one thing that may have slipped people's...

Explore our food heritage at ‘A Taste of Galway’s Past’

2018 might see Galway as the European Region of Gastronomy, but there rich culinary history here being celebrated at A Taste of Galway's Past. Next...
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Australian Head of Mission to Ireland praises Galway’s cultural strengths

The Head of Mission for Australia praised Galway as a "lesson to the world" in balancing protecting and promoting the arts alongside encouraging business...

Developer loses appeal to keep land off Vacant Sites Register in Galway City

A developer has lost their fight to keep a plot of land on the Ballymoneen Road off the Vacant Sites Register in Galway City...

Coronavirus: 6 deaths and 23 new COVID-19 cases in Ireland

There were six deaths related to COVID-19 reported today, along with 23 new cases confirmed as of midnight on Wednesday. Fortunately, despite this spike in...

Swimming ban lifted at Ballyloughane Beach

A temporary swimming ban which was imposed at Ballyloughane Beach last Friday has been lifted today after results from water quality tests came back. The...
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