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The week in pictures

Images from around the County in this weeks Donegal News.

 

Professor Campbell meeting Errigal College students.

Nobel prize winner Professor Campbell meeting Errigal College students on Tuesday morning.

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Students, parents, staff and guests gather to welcome Professor Campbell.

Students, parents, staff and guests gather to welcome Professor Campbell.

Former college president Dan Carr and Cathal Carr at the opening.

Former college president Dan Carr and Cathal Carr at the opening.

Local residents and members of the congregation at the annual feast of St. Eunan Mass in St. Eunan's Terrace, Letterkenny on Friday evening.

Local residents and members of the congregation at the annual feast of St. Eunan Mass in St. Eunan’s Terrace, Letterkenny on Friday evening.

Bishop Philip Boyce makes his way to the opening of the St. Eunan's College pitch yesterday (Thursday).

Bishop Philip Boyce makes his way to the opening of the St. Eunan’s College pitch yesterday (Thursday).

Members of the Ranafast cup winning teams arrive for opening.

Members of the Ranafast cup winning teams arrive for opening.

Staff busy in the bakery.

Staff busy in Gallagher’s bakery, Ardara.

Jamie Mc Gee, Crolly with family and friends at his 18th birthday party in Leo's Tavern at the weekend.

Jamie Mc Gee, Crolly with family and friends at his 18th birthday party in Leo’s Tavern at the weekend.

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Gardener Joe Moore cutting the grass at Letterkenny Town Park.

Gardener Joe Moore cutting the grass at Letterkenny Town Park.

Girls enjoying the Tractor Run on Saturday morning, raising funds for the Good and New Cancer Charity.

Girls enjoying the Tractor Run on Saturday morning, raising funds for the Good and New Cancer Charity.

Some of the large group of participanst who took part in the Alan Wylie Tractor Run on Saturday for the Good and New Cancer Charity.

Some of the large group of participanst who took part in the Alan Wylie Tractor Run on Saturday for the Good and New Cancer Charity.

Pictured at the launch of Wainfest 2016 on Friday 23 September in the Central Library, Letterkenny was Cathoirleach Cllr. Terence Slowey, Donegal GAA star Eamon McGee with staff from Donegal County CouncilÕs Cultural Services and children from Mrs DalyÕs class in St Colmcille Boys School in Letterkenny.

Pictured at the launch of Wainfest 2016 on Friday 23 September in the Central Library, Letterkenny was Cathoirleach Cllr. Terence Slowey, Donegal GAA star Eamon McGee with staff from Donegal County CouncilÕs Cultural Services and children from Mrs Daly’s class in St Colmcille Boys School in Letterkenny.

Children from Mrs. DalyÕs class in St Colmcille Boys School in Letterkenny during story time at the launch of Wainfest 2016 on Friday 23 September in the Central Library.

Children from Mrs. Daly’s class in St Colmcille Boys School in Letterkenny during story time at the launch of Wainfest 2016 on Friday 23 September in the Central Library.

Garda forensics investigating the fire in the carpark, Rosemount Lane. Photo: Donna El Assaad

Garda forensics investigating the fire in the carpark, Rosemount Lane. Photo: Donna El Assaad

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