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The local community of An Cheathrú Rua is being invited to participate in a Seashore Bio-Blitz, Scavenger Hunt and Litter Beach Clean-up in Trá an Dóilín on Friday, 24th May.

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Much needed funds will be raised for three County Clare organisations during a charity event at the Cliffs of Moher Experience on Saturday 25th May next.

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History enthusiasts and community group representatives from across County Galway have participated in a whistlestop bus tour of some of East Galway’s most intriguing built heritage sites.

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60 businesses from across north Clare and south Galway have been given official recognition for their participation in an environmental initiative that is transforming the development of sustainable tourism across the Burren region.

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The communities of Gort, Dunmore and Maree have received a major funding boost after Minister for Rural and Community Development, Heather Humphreys T.D. announced an allocation of €750,000 to Galway County Council under the Town and Village Renewal Scheme.

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New funding opportunities for community and tourism led community groups and SMEs across Ballinasloe Municipal District (MD) will be outlined at a series of public information evenings taking place in Ballinasloe and Glenamaddy next week.

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An Bord Pleanála has granted planning approval to Clare County Council for the development of new visitor experience facilities at Loop Head Lighthouse Visitor Experience in County Clare.

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The Elected Members of Galway County Council have approved a five-year plan by the Local Authority to tackle vacancy rates and increase new housing supply.

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Galway County Council has introduced an amendment to its Housing Allocation Scheme aimed at addressing population decline and strengthening Irish language and culture in parts of Ireland’s largest Gaeltacht.

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Norse warriors will descend on Craggaunowen this May Bank Holiday Weekend (4-5th May) when the County Clare visitor attraction is transformed into a Viking village.

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