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Work has begun on the long awaited Oughterard Wastewater Treatment Plant, with the official ‘turning of the sod’ carried out this morning by the Minister for Gaeltacht Affairs and Natural Resources, Seán Kyne.
Work has begun on the long awaited Oughterard Wastewater Treatment Plant, with the official 'turning of the sod' carried out this morning by the Minister for Gaeltacht Affairs and Natural Resources, Seán Kyne.
Construction of the new Oughterard Wastewater Treatment Plant will commence on Monday after the official sod turning ceremony to be undertaken by Sean Kyne TD, Minister of State for Gaeltacht Affairs and Natural Resources.
The most colourful event in Connemara this year, the Corribdale Colour Dash, takes place in Oughterard on Sunday (1.30pm).
Time flies, as the saying goes, however this summer truly has flown and it is hard to believe that schoolbags are packed, lunch boxes at the ready, and uniforms are ironed and ready to go. In keeping with these annual rituals, the auction team at DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard have commenced their own ritual and are gearing up for their September auction, which will see the Galway city based firm bring more than 20 properties to the market. Featuring a wide variety of properties ranging from investment opportunities to family homes, this auction sees DNG taking to the road also and incorporates properties all along the western seaboard in Clare, Mayo, and Donegal.
Oughterard will host the Corribdale Pony Show and Country Fair on Sunday in aid of two west of Ireland charities.
An evening with the RTE ConTempo String Quartet will be held in Oughterard’s Kilcummin Church tomorrow (Friday) at 7.30pm. Described as the ‘The ABBA of classical music’, the ConTempo Quartet is currently RTE’s quartet in residence.
Oughterard's popular Corribdale Park is being extended with another kilometre of walking and cycling trails.
Situated on a beautiful elevated site, this fabulous four bedroom family home offers bright, colourful, gardens of circa 0.77 acre with panoramic views over Lough Corrib, the surrounding countryside, and the Partry Mountains.