Search Results for 'Claddagh'

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New boom needed for Claddagh basin

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Demands are being made for a new boom to trap and contain litter and grease gathering in the Claddagh Basin, which has the potential to harm human health and boat engines.

Claddagh Piscatorial School building on the market

Joint agents GVA Donal O Buachalla and Power & Associates are quoting €500,000 for the former Claddagh National Piscatorial School, fronting Claddagh Quay close to Galway city centre.

O’Donnellan & Joyce offers variety in family homes

O’Donnellan & Joyce has a wide variety of family homes on offer in the Wild Atlantic Way summer sunshine auction on Friday June 17 at the Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road, Galway. The homes on offer around the Galway city centre include Walsh’s Terrace in Woodquay, No 59 Henry Street, and No 3 Frenchville in Claddagh. There is something to suit everyone and viewings have already commenced. Read on to see if anything catches your interest.

O’Donnellan & Joyce offers variety in family homes

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O’Donnellan & Joyce has a wide variety of family homes on offer in the Wild Atlantic Way summer sunshine auction on Friday June 17 at the Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road, Galway. The homes on offer around the Galway city centre include Walsh’s Terrace in Woodquay, No 59 Henry Street, and No 3 Frenchville in Claddagh. There is something to suit everyone and viewings have already commenced. Read on to see if anything catches your interest.

Two homes in one in The Claddagh

O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale a wonderful semidetached residence at the top of Fairhill, Claddagh, Galway. This property is divided into two separate adjacent residences, each with separate access. The first property is a three/four bed semidetached home, and adjacent to this is a two bed apartment.

Wash day in The Claddagh

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“With its old houses — straw for their roofs and rock and mortar for their walls, and every little end of a wall whitewashed a hundred times in blue or white or thin pink — the Claddagh was lovely, and from a distance it did the eye good. It was quaint, of course, but also a home-like little village; it had sand for its walks and a turfy marlish stuff for its floors, and always curls of smoke from its square low chimneys.

Searches continue for missing student Michael Bugler

Searches are continuing around Galway city for missing student Michael Bugler. The Ennis native, who is a studying law at NUI Galway, has been missing since the early hours of last Friday morning. The 20 year old was last seen walking near his home in The Claddagh at 1am after he left the Quay’s Bar. CCTV footage tracks him as far as passing the Claddagh Church as he appears to be on his way home to Fairhill Road.

Two bed apartment in the heart of the city

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Sherry FitzGerald welcomes No 7 Glor na Mara, New Dock Street, Galway, to the market for sale by private treaty. No 7 is an attractive two bedroom apartment close to Galway city centre.

Exhibition to give Another View

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GALWAY ARTIST Paul James Kearney will provide his own particular view of Galway city in his new exhibition, Another View, which opens in the Renzo Café & Gallery, Eyre Street, this evening at 8pm.

The Claddagh inspires new Town Hall exhibition

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TOMORROW NIGHT, the Town Hall Theatre bar hosts the opening of a fascinating new art exhibition, entitled Claddagh Images - Real & Imagined, by 6 Degrees West, a Galway-based collective whose members are graduates of the GMIT's art and design degree course.

 

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