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“The only occupation is fishing; they never trouble themselves with tillage; a milch cow and a potatoe garden are rare among them ------, then on shore they are principally employed in attending to, and repairing their boats, sails, rigging, cordage etc .., and in making, drying or repairing their nets and spillets, in which latter employment they are generally assisted by the women who spin hemp and yarn for the nets ....
Colleran Auctioneers is selling a special property on Salthill promenade. Not only does it offer breathtaking views of Galway Bay from sunrise to sunset, but it is located in the Claddagh, one of Galway's most sought after locations.
Leading Galway estate agent DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard brings to the market a wonderful three bedroom townhouse, located on the famous Long Walk in the centre of Galway city. Comprising approximately 900sq ft of living accommodation, No 16 The Long Walk, Spanish Arch, offers views of Nimmo’s Pier and The Claddagh from each room in the house.
The Premier League has entered the new year and with it, Janaury brings the result of the Galway Advertiser Tribal Leader League in association with St Anthony's and Claddagh Credit Union's Manager of the Month for December.
On Christmas Day, at 2.30p.m. a traditional Latin Mass will be celebrated in St. Mary’s Church, the Claddagh, Galway.
Ceannt Station was brought to a standstill last Friday as hundreds of children, parents, and staff from Claddagh National School loudly protested the cancellation of a decades-old bus service to the school.
A horde of miniature marching musical monsters take to the streets of Galway tomorrow morning, but do not be alarmed, as it is only the pupils of the Claddagh School band, who will be in fancy dress and raising funds for the Irish Cancer Society.
CLADDAGH BORN actor Aidan Dooley, who has enjoyed international acclaim and success with his show Antartic Explorer, about the life of Tom Crean, will launch his new book, Travels with Tom Crean, tomorrow.
This photograph of the turf market at the Claddagh, near Wolfe Tone Bridge, was taken by the journalist Lillian Bland in 1908. This market used to take place regularly as farmers, mostly from the Barna/Furbo area, sometimes even Spiddal, would bring their cartloads of beautifully stacked turf to town. They were hoping to barter or sell their produce and then do their shopping in town. They often carried loads of hay, sometimes loose, sometimes tied, and large cans of milk, also for sale. There was a weighbridge on the other side of the cottages in our photograph which was often used in these transactions.
John Quinn has received instructions to offer for sale by public auction No 1 Upper Fairhill Road, The Claddagh.