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The Educate Together school in Knocknacarra will move from its current temporary accommodation, and into the former Gaelscoil Mhic Amhlaigh off the Cappagh Road, at the start of the next school term.
Colleran auctioneers has just been favoured with the sale of No 111 Fr Griffin Road, Salthill, Galway. This is a rare opportunity to purchases an attractive detached 1930s house full of charm and original features.
No 76 An Leargan is most certainly one of the most impressive homes on the market. It is finished to exacting standards by its owner and is an O’Malley build.
The minute you turn into Glenard Crescent, off Dr Mannix Road, you immediately see why so many people would love to call this home. No 53 Glenard Crescent is just a stroll from the Promenade, on a beautiful tree-lined avenue with wide footpaths and large grass verges in front of each house on both sides of the road. These exclusive residential developments were built when large gardens and spacious living accommodation were not considered extras. This extended home is a rare find and has been lovingly maintained and is ready to move in to.
Located just off the Shangort Road in Knocknacarra, Woodview Court is a small development of just 16 houses in a quiet tree lined cul-de-sac. This development is in a superb location, offering excellent convenience for modern day living. It is just a 5km drive to Galway city centre and 3km to the famous Salthill Promenade and all Salthill has to offer.
No 76 An Leargan is most certainly one of the most impressive homes on the market. It is finished to exacting standard by its owner and is an O'Malley build.
Fives for Lives was born in 2015 when a group of friends from Galway who had relocated to Sydney came together and decided to host a five-a-side football tournament in aid of suicide prevention.
The Knocknacarra Amateur Theatre society better known as KATS are performing two one-act comedies in the Galway Bay hotel in Salthill on Tuesday November 29 and Wednesday November 30.
For five consecutive days, starting this weekend, Gráinne McMacken will be travelling around the coastal counties in Ireland and 'taking a dip' in order to raise money for the Hope Foundation.
LITTLE GREEN Cars, one of Ireland's most acclaimed indie-rock bands, riding the crest of a wave with their new album Ephemera, play Seapoint, Salthill, on Thursday May 12 at 8pm.