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This detached property is located in one of Moate's most desirable residential areas. Very few detached properties come to the market in this locality. Any potential purchaser seeking a space of their own within Moate town is sure to enjoy this private setting but also offers the convenience of being close to such great amenities as the Greenway track, Dun na Si heritage park and restaurant, schools, shops, medical center, post office, business college and golf club to name just a few. Set back off the road with a generous front area and a sunny back garden perfect for relaxing or entertaining. Sectioned off to one side of the site is a very useful secure work zone with storage sheds. The property is set on 0.3 of an acre. Accommodation consists of four bedrooms, family bathroom, sitting room, living/dining area, kitchen and two wcs. Very well maintained throughout and needs to be viewed to appreciate its homely charms, spacious living areas and separate work zone. Duel heating, OFCH & Solid fuel stove & boiler house. Guiding price €250,000. Accommodation includes four bedrooms, living/dining area, kitchen, utility, two wcs, sittingroom, entrance hall & landing.
THE F-WORD, the city’s annual Feminist Festival returns from August 6 to 12, with an array of events ranging from music gigs, storytelling, workshops, political discussion, the visual arts, a march, a swim, and even bicycle repair!
Although it was lovely to bask in the glorious and seemingly endless sun shine of early summer this year, the rain that we’ve had was well overdue and now we need more of it! The lawns are not in the best shape at the moment, the grass has been dormant for weeks with no noticeable growth and more drought resistant weeds have had free reign to flourish and to spread.
Fianna Fáil has introduced a bill in the Dáil which will allow parents to share maternity leave.
With the summer progressing swiftly, many families will strike out for day trips with the kids, some may venture even further afield. But let’s face it car journeys with the kids can be a bit of an endurance test. From the ‘are we nearly there yet?’, to the multiple toilet breaks and requests for food, you can be left feeling overwhelmed.
Most of us need more blue in our gardens. This mayseem an odd thing to say but I suspect if you bear this in mind the next time you’re surveying your own garden or indeed someone else's, you might be inclined to agree with me. Pinks and reds, yellows and oranges are inclined to dominate for much of the year and including enough blue to keep a good visual balance can be a challenge. There was a fashion a few years ago for painting anything that didn’t grow in the garden blue, from fences to sheds to benches, and in fact I took it up enthusiastically myself. It can get a little jarring in winter though, so you’re probably better off to stick to subtle greens and neutrals for the furniture and fencing and let the plants add the colour.
A voluntary organisation which runs workshops and programmes on confidence building, leadership skills, personal growth, and organisational development in the city is spearheading a fundraising drive to support its work.
Michael Ring T.D., Minister for Rural and Community Development, today announced funding of €250,000 for five community playgrounds and multi-use games areas (MUGAs) in Mayo under the CLÁR Programme 2018.
FROM ITS earliest days, Galway International Arts Festival has wowed audiences by transforming city streets into sites of magic and bringing the visual verve of circus to indoor venues. This year’s festival again delivers a feast of spectacle and who better to give the lowdown on the hoedown than GIAF artistic director, Paul Fahy.
THE WESTSIDE Arts Festival and Over The Edge literary events will host what is probably Galway’s biggest literary open mic of the year in the Westside Library, Seamus Quirke Road.