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Galway Real Estate is offering for sale this very attractive bungalow, located just a stone’s throw from the centre of Oranmore village.
After one of the most spectacular summers in recent years, the good weather in Galway looks set to continue into September and hopefully beyond. This bodes well for the auction team in DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard who have just put the finishing touches to the first of their 2018 autumn auction series. Thursday October 4 will see more than 20 lots go to the auction floor with properties covering all sectors of the market, and the city centre based auction expert is already reporting huge levels of interest with a busy weekend ahead of open viewings in store this weekend.
An application is to be lodged by Galway County Council to the Department of Rural and Community Development for funding which would allow the substantial upgrading of the Rinville Walkway in Oranmore, preparing the way for it to become part of the Wild Atlantic Way experience.
We know very little about manmade piers and quays along the western seaboard before the beginning of the 19th century, when a lavish programme of safe harbours were built not only to encourage fishing, but as relief programmes in times of distress. It was also an attempt to replace the activities of piracy and smuggling with an industry based on the believed bounty from the sea.
The living memory of a young Oranmore woman who died after contracting meningitis eight years ago will be enhanced this Sunday (June 18) when the fifth of five wishes pledged in her honour will be furthered by a Midsummer Walk in the Park (Rinville Park) to raise funds for Sadhbh’s Wish No. 5 which is supporting COPE Galway.
GAUDETE IS the Latin word for rejoice, the name of one of the greatest Christmas choral songs, and the title for the Marine Institute Singers upcoming Christmas carols and seasonal songs concert.
What do London, Sydney, Copenhagen, Capetown and, now Rinville, Oranmore, have in common?
Galway’s bid to become the European Capital of Culture 2020 is entitled ‘Making Waves’, and describes how a second wave of artists are strengthening the cultural fabric of Galway, and with less than 10 days until the official announcement, big waves are expected.
Sometimes when I think of Galway’s relationship with the sea, I am reminded of the insult that the famous conductor Sir Thomas Beecham uttered to a cellist who had performed poorly. “Madam,” he said, “you have between your legs an instrument capable of giving pleasure to thousands... and all you can do is scratch it.”
THE RENOWNED tenor Owen Gilhooly joins the Marine Institute Singers and SSE Airtricity’s workplace choir, the SSE Airs, for a concert in the Augustinian Church, Middle Street, on Saturday June 11 at 8pm.