1st weekend of county-wide travel and our destination was never in doubt! We explored the new section of @galwaygreenway towards #Clifden including this beauty of a bridge. Can’t wait to see this run all 75km to #Galway & cross the river at @nuigalway. #Connemara #Ireland

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70 years ago, the Treaty of Paris was signed. The foundation of the European Coal and Steel Community was meant to make war between the signatories “not merely unthinkable, but materially impossible”.

The EU is and has always been a peace project at its core.

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You can now access our webinar from 8th April to find out about entering organic conversion as part of the requirements of the Organic Farming Scheme (closing 30th April).
Call 045 882377, email info@organictrust.ie or text ORGANIC to 51777
https://organictrust.ie/organic-farming-scheme-ofs

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Adventure tourism and water sports is set to get a boost with €19 million in funding for our waterways from Minister Catherine Martin T.D. In Galway that means accessible changing facilities along the Corrib See MoreSee Less
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Minister Eamon Ryan has announced that the first ever major active travel investment programme for rural Ireland will see over €70 million invested in active travel infrastructure this year, in what is year one of a five year plan. 🚴🚶‍♀️👨‍🦯👩‍🦽🚴‍♀️Minister Ryan said that today’s announcement marks another significant step in providing sustainable, green transport options to those living outside of large urban centres, connecting communities and making walking and cycling attractive, safe and accessible to everyone. 🚶‍♀️👩‍🦽🚴‍♀️Initially earmarked for a €50m investment, the funding was topped up by €23m due to the volume of project proposals in ➡️ Carlow, Clare, Cavan, Donegal, Galway, Kerry, Kilkenny, Laois, Leitrim, Longford, Louth, Mayo, Monaghan, Offaly, Roscommon, Sligo, Tipp, Wexford & Westmeath.The almost €73m announced today is in addition to the €240m announced in February for active travel projects in Dublin, the GDA, and regional cities, and will see a total of 340 sustainable transport projects funded in 19 local authorities. 🚶‍♀️👩‍🦽🚴‍♀️Read more 👉 www.nationaltransport.ie/nta-allocates-over-e70m-in-new-funding-to-rural-councils-for-active-cycl… See MoreSee Less
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