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emorial Walk on Sunday September 11.
If Eamon Bradshaw and his crew think their courageous plan to extend Galway harbour into deep water to accommodate cruise liners is a step into modernity that will bring commercial success to the city on a grand scale, it pales almost into insignificance compared to the stunning ambitions the Galway merchants schemed in the mid 19th century.
In 1925 there was a major debate in the Urban Council about a Garda report that two men from County Offaly who had been swimming in the sea in Salthill without any bathing costumes had been apprehended, and how the gardaí should deal with them. The debate was about the evils or otherwise of mixed bathing in Salthill.
O’Donnellan & Joyce to hold the largest property auction in the west of Ireland with sixty properties going under the hammer
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers, as the old saying goes, is keeping the good wine till last with more than 60 properties going under the hammer in its Wild Atlantic Way summer all day auction. Colm O’Donnellan of O’Donnellan & Joyce said this auction, which will be held on July 22 in the Harbour Hotel, Galway, is the fourth Wild Atlantic Way property auction of 2016.
O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale this beautiful two bedroom apartment located in the much sought after development of Dun na Carraige, Blackrock, Salthill. Constructed by premier builder O'Malley Construction in the early 2000s, the development is set in pristine gardens with mature trees and shrubs throughout. The property is located within walking distance of Salthill Promenade, Blackrock, and Salthill's main thoroughfare.
Galway businesses may be called on to provide sponsorship and support to help City Hall maintain critical services and develop key projects - if a motion, to come before the next city council meeting, receives backing from councillors.
The reputation of the builder is an important consideration for homebuyers in today’s marketplace. A new south Dublin development launched last month scores strongly in this regard.
A nephew of one of Galway’s most famous hurling heroes has lamented the state of the Blackrock diving tower in Salthill. Séan Duggan was one of the most high profile users of the facility, swimming there for more than 50 years. Indeed in hail, rain, or snow the GAA legend still undertook his daily swim, up to six months before he passed away at the age of 91. His nephew Peter L Duggan says it is a travesty that the famous landmark has deteriorated to such a state.
The Galway City Council has indicated it would be unwise to reinstate the raft at Blackrock this summer due to serious safety concerns.
Walkers and joggers/runners of all ages and abilities are being urged to step it out for multiple sclerosis on Easter Monday at Salthill Promenade.