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O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is heading into the auction room today for its first auction of 2018. The Wild Atlantic Way spring auction will take place at 2pm today, March 1, in Harbour Hotel. Registration will begin from 1pm in the hotel lobby.
O’Donnellan & Joyce has a number of incredible investment properties for sale in its Wild Atlantic Way auction on Thursday March 1 at 2pm in Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road, Galway.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers' Wild Atlantic Way spring auction is just around the corner. Open viewings were extremely busy this past weekend, with viewers taking particular interest in the large family homes on offer. The auction will take place on Thursday March 1 at 2pm
O’Donnellan & Joyce to offer a tremendous number of Galway city properties in its Wild Atlantic Way spring auction
The team at O’Donnellan & Joyce are busy with open viewings and enquiries for their list of more than 40 properties for sale in the Wild Atlantic Way spring auction on Thursday March 1. The auction will commence at 2pm sharp in Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road, Galway, with registration open from 1pm.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers has more than forty properties in its Wild Atlantic Way spring auction
The team at O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers are back to business after the Christmas holidays with their Wild Atlantic Way spring auction. Buyers will be out in force to view the incredible selection of properties going under the auction hammer. The auction is set for Thursday, March 1, in the Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road.
A “to let” advertisement in a Galway newspaper in April 1860 promoted the fact that Seamount Villa contained a parlour, drawing room, six bedrooms, a kitchen, water closet, a coach house with some stabling, and a small garden. The grounds were nicely laid out and had an approach to the sea. George Fallon who lived at ‘The Baths’, Salthill, would show the place to prospective customers.
With the recent opening of the Gort-Tuam section of the M17 motorway, it seems that the southwest of the country has moved a little closer to Galway, and weekend trips which we might only have previously considered at the height of the summer are now more enticing all year round. With a little over two and a half hours driving time from Galway city, the delights of the southern capital can be reached, and, let’s face it, Cork is always worth a visit.
January is just so miserable. The rain, the cold, the lack of money; it is just the worst month of the 12. The only good aspect of January is that there is plenty of football on the TV box and loads of opportunities to collect Fantasy Football points and move up the Galway Advertiser Tribal Leader League in association with St Anthony's Claddagh Credit Union.
Huge crowds turned out for this year’s Christmas Day Swim at Blackrock, Salthill, in aid of COPEGalway’s Services for people experiencing homelessness, domestic violence, and recipients of services for older people in Galway. An estimated 8-10,000 people thronged the steps of Blackrock in what has become an annual family tradition for those living in and returning to Galway for Christmas.
Brave the cold so others don’t have to — get togged for the COPE Galway twenty eighth Annual Christmas Day Swim
The annual COPE Galway Christmas Day Swim is 28 years in existence this year and the local charity is calling on all in Galway on the day to don the togs and the t-shirt and hop into the sea at Blackrock, Salthill to raise much needed funds for COPE Galway services.