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Calling Castlegar people

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A report from the Educational Commission in Ireland in 1826 lists two hedge schools in the parish of Castlegar. The first of these was at Merlin Park, built by the landlord Mr Blake. The 40 boys and 20 girls who attended got free tuition. The second school was at Ballygurrane, a few hundred yards north of where Scoil Colmcille Naofa stands today. It was a thatched house which doubled as a church on Sundays. Each pupil paid one shilling and eight pence per quarter. There were 30 boys and 15 girls on the rolls. The thatched house was accidentally burnt down in 1827, and the school transferred to a stable in the village of Castlegar. Here, without desks or books, the teacher named Duggan from Bohermore taught his pupils as they sat around on stones as seats. Each morning he rode out on his donkey from Bohermore. His salary depended on the few pence he got from his students. He taught the three Rs through the medium of English.

Castlegar people’s views sought for new area plan

People in Castlegar are being asked to contribute to a plan which seeks to reinforce the identity of the area and protect and enhance its character and amenities.

O’Donnellan & Joyce offers a stunning bungalow in Castlegar

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Located along a beautiful private cul de sac of private family homes is this stunning four bedroom detached bungalow in An Parc, Castlegar, Galway. The location of this property is second to none due to its picturesque countryside setting and ease of access to Galway city. A host of decent road, bus, and transport links can be found nearby. This stunning bungalow was upgraded in 2010 and is presented in magnificent condition. The current owners have spared no expense in creating a wonderful family home with subtle touches to details and decor found throughout the property.

O Donnellan & Joyce offers a stunning bungalow in Castlegar

This stunning four bedroom detached bungalow is located in a beautiful private cul de sac of private family homes in An Parc, Castlegar, Galway. This location is second to none due to its ease of access to Galway city, within a picturesque countryside setting. A host of decent road, bus, and transport networks can be found nearby with ease of access to Galway and surrounds. This stunning bungalow was upgraded in 2010 and is presented in magnificent condition. The current owners have spared no expense in creating a wonderful family home environment with subtle touches to details and decor found throughout the property.

Castlegar hurlers into the championship quarter-finals

The Castlegar hurlers advanced to the last eight in the Galway senior championship following an exciting 1-17 to 2-13 victory over Kinvara at Kenny Park on Saturday evening.

Detached bungalow in Castlegar

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Allman Reynolds presents to the market Briarvilla, a four bedroom detached bungalow on circa 0.5 acre in Briarhill, Castlegar. This residence is located in a peaceful and quiet location with other attractive properties nearby, yet Galway city is just minutes away.

Galway Arts Festival and Castlegar win at All-Island Pride of Place Competition

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The Galway Arts Festival and Castlegar village flew the flag for the city and county at All-Island IPB Pride of Place Competition, where they both received awards.

€3.8 million for Mountbellew sewerage project

The Galway County Council is currently preparing contract documents for a new €3.8 million wastewater treatment plant and sewer network facility for Mountbellew.

€3.8 million for Mountbellew sewerage project

The Galway County Council is currently preparing contract documents for a new €3.8 million wastewater treatment plant and sewer network facility for Mountbellew.

Five bed family home in Castlegar

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John Quinn has just brought to the market a five bedroom detached residence at Kilroughter, Galway.

 

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