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The Blake family started work on the construction of Merlin Park House in 1808 and it was completed in 1812. It cost £12,000 to build and provided much needed employment for many local skilled workers and labourers. Getting materials to the location proved difficult – it was said that more than 40 mules were used to transport goods and building materials from Galway to the site.
Children will be charmed by tomorrow's Heritage Week programme at Merlin Park woods.
A planning application for a new €20 million 36-bed Galway Hospice at Merlin Park is to be submitted to Galway City Council over the next few days, setting in train a planning debate that will put the hospice on a collision course with local environmentalists.
Transition year students from Merlin College have made it through to the regional finals of the prestigious Bank of Ireland Junk Kouture competition, with its entry ‘Wildfire’, inspired by the fires in the Cloosh Valley, Connemara.
Funding for a new state-of-the-art elective hospital for Galway and the west based in Merlin Park is expected to be included in the Government’s Capital Plan, due to be announced in Dublin tomorrow.
University Hospital Galway (UHG) will face a worsening overcrowding crisis and fall behind other acute facilities unless plans for the development of Merlin Park Hospital are immediately prioritised, a government TD has warned.
Up to 60 elective orthopaedic operations are being cancelled each week at Merlin Park Hospital following the detection of a significant leak last month in a flat roof housing the hospital's two orthopaedic theatres.
Friends of Merlin Woods has organised a series of events to help people enjoy a natural December, help them step outside, to enjoy the peace and enjoyment nature can offer at this hectic time of year.
Gardai in the city are seeking help with their search for a man seen in the vicinity of a hospital carpark on the morning a car was damaged.
Few locations can rival the peace and serenity offered by a drive along the Coast Road, taking in the breathtaking views across Galway Bay while also enjoying the convenience of being just a five minute drive from Eyre Square. Rosshill is such a location, and is home to Ross Allta — meaning ‘Wild Wood’ — a luxurious new residential development sitting on a spacious site of c8.5 acres, which has taken its name from the surrounding Merlin Woods. Ross Allta provides a sylvan setting a short distance from a host of amenities and facilities and features 16 bespoke homes that range in size from 237sq m to 284sq m.