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Circle of Life Garden & National Heritage Week

During National Heritage Week from August 22nd - 30th, visitors are invited to join Denis & Martina Goggin on guided walks around the Circle of Life Garden in Quincentennial Park, Salthill, and also for the celebration of the completion of the Global Heritage Walkway.

As part of the many events being organised in Galway by Galway Civic Trust/DĂșchas na Gaillimhe, visitors are invited on guided walks of Circle of Life Garden which incorporates a rich mixture of Ireland's ancient history and heritage from throughout Ireland and beyond.  These include, stones from the environs of heritage sites in each of the 32 counties, many local heritage features, and natural and salvaged materials, as well as a heritage stone from each of the five continents.

All of these features reflect the never ending cycles of nature and of life itself, as is so beautifully evident in the outreach and connectivity of organ donation.  


















Visitors are also invited to celebrate the completion of the Global Heritage Walkway when Mayor Frank Fahy will join with the Indian Ambassador, Mrs. Radhika Lal Lokesh to unveil the Asian stone from the Indian temple town of Madurai, the last of the continental representative stones in the Park. There will also be a cultural dimension to the occasion including a fusion of the common roots of traditional singing with Indian chant.

Full details of the events in Galway during National Heritage Week on:

 http://online.fliphtml5.com/poxp/mkyi/#p=1


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