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National Museum of Ireland to assess Connemara trackway

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – The National Museum of Ireland is to carry out a survey on a trackway in Connemara now it’s been revealed that Galway Bay could be ‘younger’ than first thought.
According to today’s Irish Times, precise dating of a fragment from an ancient oak trackway, discovered at the northern shoreline, suggests the bay was built about 1700 BC.
Seán Ó Coistealbha from Spiddal submitted the fragment to the British laboratory for radiocarbon dating.
Tests reveal that Galway Bay could be less than 3 thousand 700 years old.
The oak trackway was discovered between Furbo and Spiddal by a local resident last Spring and alerted NUIG to the find.
A preliminary survey of the trackway will be carried out by the National Museum of Ireland, but it’s feared that warm temperatures forecast over the coming weeks may damage the track.

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Groups and individuals across Galway, Mayo and Roscommon take part in the Galway Simon Sleep Out

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Groups and individuals across Galway, Mayo and Roscommon have been taking part in the Galway Simon Sleep Out to raise awareness and vital funds for Galway Simons homelessness prevention services.

In 2021 A staggering 1,511 people, which included 563 children were supported by Galway Simon’s Services and the organisation is are themselves for the winter ahead and an even greater demand for their services.

In Galway there were organised Sleep Outs on Shop Street, Salthill, Oranmore, Loughrea and at galway United’s home ground of Eamon Deacy Park while many others took part by sleeping out in their own gardens with friends and family.

Ronan Lardner was with the Sleepout in shop Street and he spoke to Galway Simon CEO Karen Golden as the Sleepout was about to begin.

Ronan Lardner then spoke to Karen once the Sleep Out had finished and she started by saying that it was an incredible night.

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Macnas to welcome special visitor over Halloween

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Galway Bay fm newsroom- Galway is set to welcome a unique visitor over the Halloween weekend.

Macnas have announced that they are expecting the giant CON MÓR to emerge from the River Corrib.

Giant expert Marjorie Morrigan identified CON MÓR, a member of the Irish legends, Tuatha Dé Danann, as originating from an Island of Giants off the coast of Connaught.

CON MÓR was known to love all things nature, especially birds. Spectators are encouraged to bring feathers for CON MÓR when going to see him.

Noeline Kavanagh, Artistic Director of Macnas, tells us what we can expect from the giant,

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First block laid in expansion at Western Alzheimers Respite Centre

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Galway Bay fm newsroom- The first block has been laid today on a major multi-million euro expansion at the Western Alzheimers Centre in Ballindine.

The new complex will increase the number of beds from 12 to 20, and provide improve communal resident and visitor areas.

David Nevin has more.

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