Archive for December 2020

16 12,2020

Healthy Ireland at Your Library- Galway Public Libraries

Your local library is a community and cultural hub with exciting events and activities throughout the year.  Galway Public Library service has 29 branch libraries and a mobile library which travels throughout the county.  A schools’ library service supports over 230 primary schools in the county and city.   Your library membership enables you to…
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14 12,2020

PPN & GRETB provide ‘5 Ways to Wellbeing’ workshops in January

The Galway County PPN and Community Education Service of GRETB are delighted to host a series of Mental Health and Well-being workshops for the community in January 2021. These workshops aim to promote positive mental health in Community Groups. Together with expert trainers from Mental Health Ireland, participants are invited to attend one of the…
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10 12,2020

December Newsletter Out now

The Galway Co PPN are delighted to share with you the December edition of the PPN Newsletter along with the latest Fundingpoint Newsletter. We wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!   Read the Newsletter here: December Newsletter 2020 Fundingpoint Newsletter: Fundingpoint – Galway PPN, Dec 2020 – Jan 2021…
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07 12,2020

Healthy Galway 21 Day Walking Challenge

Adults of all ages should be physically active at a moderate intensity for at least 30 minutes a day, five times a week, aiming for 150 minutes a week. Healthy Galway is challenging you to increase your daily step count and walking minutes as part of the Keep Well Campaign. During this time, it is…
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03 12,2020

€1.5 million available for heritage-led regeneration of towns in 2021

The Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage and the Heritage Council continue support for Ireland’s Historic Towns. A total of €1.5 million has been allocated for the heritage-led regeneration of towns around the country. The funds, which will be released next year, will be particularly welcome by urban areas hard hit by the Covid-19 pandemic. The…
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