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Galway Bay FM Newsroom – Easter commemorations are set to begin tomorrow in the city and county.

Many in-person commemorations are returning this year, having been moved online in recent years due to the pandemic.

The first commemoration event kicks off in the city at 11am as Castlegar Fianna Fáil Cumann holds its annual mass for those who fought and died Easter Week in Galway during the uprising.

Mass takes place at St Patrick’s Church on Forster Street and is followed by a parade to the statue of Liam Mellows in Eyre Square where there will be a wreath laying, the national anthem and prayers.

Staying in town and Sinn Féin’s main Easter commemoration in Galway will be held at the Liam Mellows statue at 3pm.

One of the county’s first events takes place at midday tomorrow in Commemara, where Sinn Féin will host an event at Teach an Phiarsaigh, Ros Muc.

At midday in East Galway, the party will also hold an event at Athenry Cemetery, with a pre-meeting at the 1916 Memorial Garden.

Later in the afternoon, Sinn Fein will hold three wreath laying ceremonies in Connemara.

One is at 2pm at Ardbear Cemetery in Clifden, another at 3pm at the Thomas Whelan Statue in Clifden and another at 5pm at Tooreena Cemetery in Tullycross.

Finally, in East Galway, a Sinn Fein wreath laying will take place at Creagh Cemetery at 2pm.

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