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In just its second appearance, the Ferris wheel in Eyre Square has become a seasonal part of the Galway city skyline, standing at 32 metres high.
The luxury four star Hotel Meyrick is a magical winter wonderland each December with the Christmas market directly outside on Eyre Square and the elegant façade beautifully lit for the season. Guests are welcomed to Hotel Meyrick with seasonal scents and sights, twinkling with festive delight. The bustling Gaslight Bar & Brasserie on the ground floor is the perfect place to enjoy the party season. The atmosphere is second to none and sash windows offer incredible views of the Christmas Market and Ferris wheel on Eyre Square.
Insider knows Ireland's population is to rise by one million over the next 20 years. This will see Galway's population grow to beyond 100,000 between now and 2020. These predictions come from the North Western Regional Authority in its submission to the National Planning Framework – Ireland 2040, and these projections might be true, if planning applications lodged in recent months come to anything.
Renowned fashion designer Joanne Hynes launches a two week pop up in Dunnes Stores, Eyre Square this Saturday. Joanne will unveil her latest collection with an exclusive event in the Galway store where customers can get the chance to meet the designer herself, enjoy a fashion presentation and shop!
Get your best Halloween costumes on & come along to the Trick & Treat Trail of Galway City in association with Visit Galway City, The Heart of Galway Business Association & with very special thanks to The Eyre Square Shopping Centre. A unique FREE Family experience where your little ones will unearth spooky surprises & gather ghoulish goodies as they soak up the Halloween festivities in the city centre.
Since 1852 Galway's iconic Hotel Meyrick on Eyre Square has been the city’s favourite establishment due to its culinary delights, welcoming ambiance, and unrivalled location on Eyre Square.
CIE through its agent Cushman & Wakefield is seeking premium rental bids by competitive tender to redevelop the 8.2 acre Ceannt site in Galway city. The city centre site has long been a Galway landmark and is steeped in the history of the city with the adjacent rail station being built in 1851 with the completion of the Dublin-Galway rail line. Furthermore the site is strategically linked to Galway’s transport hub which will no doubt be an integral part of the development of Ceannt Quarter.
Galway City Council will participate in European Mobility Week, running between 16th to the 22nd September. The initiative is to arrange activities and events which promote and contribute to a shift towards sustainable urban transport.
Two years ago Galway was awarded the Purple Flag status —an international accreditation awarded to cities and towns that meet a standard of excellence in managing the evening and night-time economy. Galway is now working to renew the status and will play host this coming weekend to a judging panel from the Association of Town & City Management (ATCM).
There will be a no nonsense approach from the gardai towards drunk and disorderly behaviour during the Galway Races.