Youngsters pictured after their Confirmation in Gort in 1967.

Galway In Days Gone By

1919 Political situation Recent bye-elections prove that the present Coupon Lloyd George Government has not the confidence of the country. If a General Election took place now the Government would be replaced by a Labour or...
The Renmore Volleyball team who lost out to Tuam in the Community Games Volleyball final in 1973: (kneeling from left) Geraldine Hosty, Mary Leonard, Mary Arrigan, Captain, Mary Monahan and Carmel Cox. Standing Jacintha Keane, Marie Heavey, Brid Dillon, Marion Sweeney, Joan Burke, Deirdre Mannion and Treasa Dooley.

Galway In Days Gone By

1919 Five to a bed It was reported from Corrandulla to Galway Guardians on Wednesday that Martin Lardner, his wife and five children were seriously ill from pneumonia. – Dr. Cusack, M.P., appeared before the board...
Children from Scoil na Trionóide, Mervue, Class 1C, pictured in December 1992. Back row (from left): Áine McDonagh, Sean Lydon, Niamh Staunton, Jacqueline Aherne, Gregory Lydon, Ursula Brady, David Reilly, Michelle Lee. Third row: Cliona O'Reilly, Maria Flaherty, Ciaran Murray, Rachel Walsh, Jonathan Roche, Jean Conor, Priscilla Mooney, Laura Wiggins. Second row: Darren Flood, Edel Fahy, Geraldine Flaherty, Andrea Moran, Eric Carr, Karen Ridgard, Alan Finnerty. Front row: Peter Hill, Jason King, Caitriona O'Loughlin, Keith Keogh, Aoife O'Gorman, Darren Fergus, Krystine O'Meara, Natalie Keogh. Teacher: Miss Walsh.

Galway In Days Gone By

1919 A long way to Tipperary The inconvenience caused to the travelling public as a result of the inadequate train service to Galway was described as abominable by the Chairman (Mr. J. S. Young) at Galway...
Some of the attendance at the Lough Atalia Carnival in Galway in July 1969.

Galway In Days Gone By

1919 Taking flight Aerial circles are agog with excitement at the moment at the prospect of the flight across the Atlantic which is to take place this month. The aviators will start about the middle of...
Students undertaking a cycle 'marathon' for charity during Rag Week at UCG in February 1970.

Galway In Days Gone By

1919 Poverty in Connemara The poor we shall always have with us, but we associate the very poor rather with the vicious slums of great cities than with the far-flung plains of agricultural districts or with...
Prizewinners in the dancing competitions at the Ballygar Gymkhana and Aeríocht in August 1971 included (from left) Bridie Kelly, Newbridge, who came first in the Under 12 Jog competition; Mary Nolan, Ballygar, who was first in the Under 14 Jog competition; and Margaret Kelly, Shanballymore, who was second in the Under 12 Jog competition.

Galway In Days Gone By

1919 Celebrating St Patrick A devoted and enthusiastic assembly met to participate in the very distinctive entertainment held in the Town Hall, Galway, on St. Patrick’s night, which drew a crowded house. It was produced by the...

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