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Carnmore National School Oranmore is hosting an open evening for parents and children this evening Thursday April 26.
Keane Mahony Smith is offering this very attractive bungalow residence on c0.5 acre mature landscaped site for sale.
The Carnmore hurlers will play intermediate hurling next season after going down by 0-17 to 0-11 to Abbeyknockmoy in the relegation play-off in Pearse Stadium at the weekend.
Well in the throes of open viewings, contract requests, and enquiries regarding auction day, the offices of one of Galway's leading local agents, DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard, are a hive of activity in preparation for what promises to be an exciting and busy auction day. This weekend will see the final Saturday of open viewings on properties, rounding up what has been a busy auction run for the DNG team.
DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard has brought to the market this stunning four/five bedroom detached bungalow extending to circa 1,560sq ft of living space and presented in immaculate condition in the ever popular area of Carnmore Cross.
RE/MAX Galway has launched to the market, for sale by private treaty, an exceptional five bedroom property with an additional two bed apartment in Carnmore West, Oranmore.
Speed limits on side roads around Claregalway must be reduced from 80kmph to 40kmph, and “urgent action” taken to deal with rat running and heavy traffic “on a road system not designed to cope with such heavy volumes”.
Glendale Properties is offering for sale by private treaty a large four bed residence in Cashla, Carnmore, Galway. This residence is set in an idyllic rural setting on a large elevated site. The house has a high quality décor throughout and the living space is bright and spacious. Externally there are large lawns to the front and rear with a boundary high stone wall and gated entrance to the front.
About a quarter of a century ago, I remember talking to a doctor in north Galway whose dream it was to make his native Glenamaddy the live music centre of the country. At the time, the only suitable large concert venue capable of handling the mega acts was the then Point in Dublin (now the 3 Arena). This was also a time when the country had effectively staged Europe’s biggest live music concert in a converted stables in rural Co Cork. Dr Paddy Geraghty owned a massive riding stables on the outskirts of the town and he often stood there and imagined it full to the brim, a sort of musical Newgrange attracting thousands of fans from far and wide.
Bus services from Galway city to Carnmore, Maree, and Annaghdown are "almost non-existent" and leaving people in these areas "cut-off and isolated", according to a Galway senator.