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Galway businesses may be called on to provide sponsorship and support to help City Hall maintain critical services and develop key projects - if a motion, to come before the next city council meeting, receives backing from councillors.
The reputation of the builder is an important consideration for homebuyers in today’s marketplace. A new south Dublin development launched last month scores strongly in this regard.
A nephew of one of Galway’s most famous hurling heroes has lamented the state of the Blackrock diving tower in Salthill. Séan Duggan was one of the most high profile users of the facility, swimming there for more than 50 years. Indeed in hail, rain, or snow the GAA legend still undertook his daily swim, up to six months before he passed away at the age of 91. His nephew Peter L Duggan says it is a travesty that the famous landmark has deteriorated to such a state.
The Galway City Council has indicated it would be unwise to reinstate the raft at Blackrock this summer due to serious safety concerns.
Walkers and joggers/runners of all ages and abilities are being urged to step it out for multiple sclerosis on Easter Monday at Salthill Promenade.
A magnificent family home at No 29 Seamount, Salthill, has just come to the market with city agent DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard. This home is bound to tick a lot of boxes for buyers looking in this area. The exclusive Seamount development, just off the Promenade at Blackrock, is definitely one of the most exclusive and sought after locations in the city and is ideally located within a short walk of the Prom, local schools, and Galway Golf Club. UHG is a five minute commute, as is the city centre.
Buccaneers face a difficult away test this Saturday when travelling to Stradbrook where they take on Blackrock College in the Ulster Bank League Division 1B.
O'Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is offering for sale a beautiful four bedroom family home located in the much sought after development of Dun na Carraige, Salthill.
Voices for Down Syndrome Galway annual? ??Christmas Day Fun Swim is taking place this Christmas morning in Salthill??. This is the 11th year to hold the swim, which is open to all ages and all levels of ability. You don’t have to be a “swimmer” to participate, just be willing to walk, run or jump in to the sea on Christmas morning...getting wet is what it’s all about.
It is certainly not going to be a very happy Christmas for many homeowners and businesspeople in Galway who are yet again suffering the effects of severe flooding around the county following the weekend storm. It is a case of déjá vu for many people who have been in this situation numerous times before. Indeed there has been a campaign on-going since 1995 to have drainage work carried in south Galway, and 20 years later the situation remains the same.