Winners of Gradam
Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh 2020

Gaillimh le Gaeilge offers free advice and practical support to any company who wish to use the Irish language.

“In a world where every destination tries to highlight its uniqueness, the bilingual status of Galway is one that sets us apart. The investment by businesses, charities, and community groups into using the Irish language in its names, its livery, and its marketing can be attributed totally to the work of Gaillimh le Gaeilge.”

Declan Varley, Group Editor, Galway Advertiser.

“The Irish language is worth in excess of €136 million annually to the economy of Galway City and County”

The Economic benefits associated with the Irish language to Galway City and to the Galway Gaeltacht, 2009. Bane Mullarkey Ltd. in partnership with Jerome Casey & Co. Ltd.



Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh, Galway’s bilingual business award, was officially launched by the Mayor of the City of Galway, Cllr Mike Cubbard, live on Galway Talks on Galway Bay FM as part of Seachtain na Gaeilge. Due to the ongoing global pandemic, Gaillimh le Gaeilge is unable to host an in-person event to officially launch Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh 2021. Following on from the success of the presentation of Gradam 2020 on Galway Bay FM last November, Gaillimh le Gaeilge was delighted to launch the Gradam live on Galway Bay FM.

Gaillimh le Gaeilge works in association with Galway City Council,
Galway Chamber and other groups to develop and strengthen Galway’s official Bilingual Status.

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Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh 

Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh, Galway’s Bilingual Business Award, is now open for nominations until Friday 30th of April 2021. There is no cost to enter and 6 months until the adjudication process begins. Foireann Ghaillimh le Gaeilge will help you every step of the way. 

For more information, contact Gaillimh le Gaeilge on 091 568876 or email See Terms & Conditions.

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Cairde Ghaillimh le Gaeilge

We invite you to join us in the promotion of the Irish language in Ireland’s Bilingual City.

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