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Footfall Ltd, a specialist entrance matting and carpet tile provider based in Oranmore, has been quietly and steadily expanding its operations since their move to a 4000sq ft unit in Westlink Commercial Park in April 2012. In less than a year, Footfall has added four new employees to its proactive team, with more positions opening up, giving a welcome boost to the Galway jobs market.
Four-year-old Aoibhe Carroll loved to go shopping with her mum, Siobhan. She adored clothes and would change her outfit twice a day. After returning home from a shopping trip she would sneak up the stairs with her bulging shopping bags hoping her dad would not notice.
In response to the BIM article on the proposed Galway Bay fish farm, An Taisce’s Derrick Hambleton argues against the controversial proposal and outlines his association’s arguments against the BIM case.
The City Bin Co has said this week that there was no disruption to its services following an apparent arson attack on its vehicles in Dublin last weekend.
In the village of Oranmore, Péarla na Mara is well worth a detour off the main road. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, it has a Mediterranean style menu with a heavy Irish influence and there is a warm welcome from one half of the husband and wife owners, Justyna, at the front of house.
Oranmore is situated just a 10 minute drive to Galway city at the crossroads to all major driving routes. The village has a semi rural air with a variety of cafes and restaurants and offers a range of outdoor activities from sailing to golfing to scenic coastal and woodland walks. With an estimated population of more than 7,000 residents, and growing, a choice of national schools and a secondary school, Oranmore is a truly wonderful place to live.
Clare Rooney is a personal trainer, nutrition and lifestyle coach based in Oranmore. Her company Quantum Fitness was set up in 2003 to address the need for a more scientific approach to training.
The Children’s Language Development Preschool offers: Full assessment of your child’s language and functional skills, individualised educational plans (IEP’s) for all children, specifically tailored to your child’s needs.
Two Galway companies have been commended at this year’s annual Small Firms Association Awards.
Last week marked the beginning of the twinning of the town of Oranmore and the Breton village Clohars-Fouesnant, organised by the Oranmore Twinning Committee and its chairperson, Gerardine Costello. A group from the village arrived in Ireland and was greeted by members of the committee before they commenced their busy week-long visit to the west.