Search Results for 'Kilcolgan'

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Businesses and homes targeted in spate of burglaries

A well known restaurant was badly damaged in the latest in a spate of burglaries in Galway this week.

Martina crowned queen of the Clarinbridge Oyster Festival

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Martina Mc Grath, a native of Clarenbridge and an NUIG science student has been selected as the 2009 Clarenbridge Oyster Festival Queen. A keen sportsperson, Martina plays camogie for Clarenbridge and is the daughter of Billy and Marion McGrath of Moyvilla.

Convenient country living at a recession busting price

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This picturesque detached house is set on a 0.5 acre site and has a detached garage. The well maintained residence has the benefit of being located in a popular residential area in the lush green countryside situated between Kinvara and Kilcolgan, as well as being two miles to the amenities of Kinvara and approximately 20 miles from Galway city centre.

The Fisherman come to Galway Shopping Centre

A new fish shop has just opened in the Galway Shopping Centre. Aptly name The Fisherman, the store is located beside the main entrance to the centre.

Bareroot trees and hedging at Keanes Garden Centre, Kilcolgan

Now that the bareroot season has started, it is time to avail of the special offers available at Keane’s Garden Centre, Kilcolgan.

A good year for Galway’s food sector

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Looking back over a year that has received so much dark and depressing comment it seems to me that the food and restaurant business in and around Galway did a good job in 2009, and in fact expanded in many cases. Also the quality and value available to us the punters has been going in the right direction, lots of early bird menus, mid week offers, free bottle of wine with takeaways over €40, coffees down to a more acceptable €2 in many places, wine list prices being revised downwards, etc. As regards the quality I think that places like The Twelve in Barna, Sheridan’s on the Docks, Artisan in Quay Street, The g Hotel, and Abalone are all producing serious food and most of them have special deals if you give them a call. Places like Basilico in Oranmore, while only in business less than two years, continue to pack the customers in with great prices and great food. Most takeaways are reporting an increase in business.

Commercial development site in Ballinderreen

A development site with full planning permission to construct two retail units, two two-bed apartments, two offices, and one four-bed semidetached house has just come on the market in south Galway. This is an attractive, well designed, development with excellent road frontage and access

 

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