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A 40 per cent cut in funding for the arts has meant that a local committee in Galway is having to go it alone to restore WB Yeats’ former home of Thoor Ballylee. The Yeats Thoor Ballylee Development committee will hold a fundraising evening at the tower this Sunday, May 31.
Gort will play host to a WB Yeats-themed parade this weekend as part of a week of festivities to mark St Patrick’s Day.
A 40 per cent cut in funding to the arts has meant that a local committee in Galway is going it alone to restore WB Yeats’s home in Gort. The Yeats Thoor Ballylee Society has launched a call for funds in Ireland and abroad to restore Thoor Ballylee, a fine 14th century tower owned by Yeats.
Colm Farrell auctioneer, valuer, and estate agent is currently offering for sale one of quaintest properties to come to the market in recent years. This historic cottage in Tubber, Gort, has been renovated by its owners, who have restored it to its former glory with the original stone fireplace being the historical hub in the centre of the residence.
Colm Farrell auctioneers is offering for sale by private treaty this four/five bedroom detached dormer bungalow, located at Dromindoora, Killanena, Caher, Co Clare.
The efforts by a group of local people to have the famous Yeats' Tower (Thoor Ballylee), near Gort, south Galway, reopened is to be welcomed and supported.
An auction taking place at Bradley’s, Labane, on Friday August 17 will see three separate farms in Ardrahan being offered for sale.
The auction of this fine Gort home will take place in the front garden of the house tomorrow (Friday), marking the first time an auction has taken place at the property being sold.
A 33-acre farm with derelict cottage at Caherbroder, Gort, sold at auction last Friday.
This Sunday a Tuam man will arrive home to his native town after undertaking a gruelling challenge to raise funds for Pieta House. Setting out almost three months ago with no accommodation booked, Colm Farrell has walked the 26 counties of Ireland. Armed with just a rucksack, map and iPod on his departure on May 7, Farrell has relied on the generosity of the public to put him up for the night over the course of his 1,330km journey.