The preservation, protection and enhancement of Galway's natural and built environment.
|City of the Tribes||220.63 KB|
|Did you know Web||149.37 KB|
|Founding of Galway||63.9 KB|
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|Galway Waterways||139.86 KB|
|Green Schools||125.85 KB|
|Heritage Week Programme 2014||1.15 MB|
|Introduction for Teachers||91.03 KB|
|Its my City - its my community||165.55 KB|
|Its my city - its my enviroment||323.89 KB|
|Lanes of Galway||122.11 KB|
|Lynchs Castle and Hall of the Red Earl||209.63 KB|
|Marriage Stones||142.51 KB|
|St Nicholas Church||131.71 KB|
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|Streets of Galway||150.51 KB|
|The Claddagh||155.92 KB|
|Treasure Trail Questions and Answers||58.91 KB|
Galway Civic Trust has been fortunate to have the projects it has undertaken recognised by a number of prestigious National and International awards. The receipt of such awards is a welcome endorsement of the excellent work carried out by the staff of the Civic Trust since 1992.
The patron of Galway Civic Trust is the Mayor of Galway City.
Since first established Galway Civic Trust has received continuous financial assistance from many state and semi state agencies, and all forms of Corporate and private sector support. The most notable being: