November 01, 2017


beat of the feet GalwayChristmas comes to galway

Galway is already looking forward to the Christmas season and in association with a number of other Galway business, we are delighted to be funding the amazing street lights that were such a success last year. The Christmas market and city lights will be turned on Friday 17th November. The various quarters in the city have come together for a terrific launch. The well known city tourist train will bring Santa Clause and other special guests around the city to light up each area, finishing in Eyre Square for the ultimate lighting ceremony.

Music and entertainment will be happing in each area so keep an eye on social media for more information.


Arthritis Ireland host information evening
Business woman of the year

Arthritis Ireland is hosting an information evening on living with rheumatoid arthritis on Wednesday, 8 November in The Connacht Hotel, Dublin Road, Renmore, Galway. An information talk will be delivered by Dr Bernadette Lynch, consultant rheumatologist. A questions and answers session will follow Dr Lynch's talk.

Programme

7.00pm Registration
7.30pm Information talk
8.15pm Q&A

To register for the event follow the link here.


Connacht rugby vs. Toyota Cheetahs
Galway Women's Football Club

We are enjoying hosting Connacht Rugbys next opponents the Toyota Cheetahs ahead of the first ever clash of the sides. Connacht are obviously on a high after last weeks superb victory against Munster in the Sportsground. The win was third victory in a row for Kieran Keane and he will hope to add to that against the improving South Africans. After losing their opening two games, the Cheetahs have gone on a good run which has seen them sitting in third place in Conference A and are one of the top try scoring teams in the championship with 27 tries. It should be a very interesting game either way, we will be hoping for another win for the boys in green.

See all upcoming games and purchase your tickets for Connacht Rugby here.

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