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Galway awarded over €60,000 for six Social Enterprises

Funding of over €60,000 has been allocated to Galway for six Social Enterprises by the Department of Rural and Community Development. Minister Michael Ring has...

Galway groups awarded €2.32 million from Social Inclusion fund

Disadvantaged groups in Galway have been awarded funding totaling €2.32 million under the 2020 Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme. The Social Inclusion programme supports...

Digital Innovation Hub officially opens in Spiddal

The gTeic Digital Innovation Hub in Spiddal meant to give Connemara businesses access to state of the art digital facilities was officially opened on...

Six rural communities awarded over €250,000 CLÁR funding

Six rural communities in Galway have been awarded more than €250,000 in funding from the CLÁR programme for play areas and safety measures. The CLÁR...

Over 3,500 join Senior Alert Scheme in Galway

More than 3,500 older people in Galway have registered for the Senior Alert Scheme since its inception in 2015. The Senior Alert Scheme has grown...

Funding for two library projects in disadvantaged communities

Two projects in Galway to provide library supports to communities and individuals at risk of being socially excluded, marginalised or disadvantaged have received backing...

Community enhancement schemes in Galway awarded almost €300k

Galway has been awarded almost €300,000 under the community enhancement programme to improve facilities in disadvantaged areas. The Community Enhancement Programme is funded through the Department of...

Galway Centre for Independent Living gets funding for new buses

The Galway Centre for Independent Living will be replacing buses that have come to the end of their lifespan with newly announced funding. The GCIL...

Multi-million funding announced for two rural Connemara communities

Galway has been granted €2.25 million for two projects supporting rural communities in Connemara. The community projects in Renvyle and Spiddal are two of the...

Connemara Greenway takes major step forward

The Connemara Greenway has taken a step forward this week with funding announced to develop a walking/cycling track along the disused Clifden to Oughterard...

Thermal imaging technology will save lives in the Corrib

A pilot project installing thermal imaging technology along the banks of the Corrib will save the lives of people who fall into the water. The...

Lawrencetown granted €50,000 for school and community safety works

Lawrencetown has been allocated €50,000 in funding for infrastructure works to improve community safety in the east Galway village. Galway East TD Seán Canney has...

Men’s Sheds in Galway to receive nearly €25,000 funding for growing demand

The Men's Sheds Association in Galway will receive €24,638 in funding from the government to help it cope with growing demand for its services. The...
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