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Galway’s new tribe to be announced next week

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Next Monday night (May 15) Aire Stáit Seán Kyne TD sa Roinn Ealaíon, Oidhreachta, Gnóthaí Réigiúnacha, Tuaithe agus Gaeltachta will announce the Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh category winners and the overall winner for 2017. Twelve Galway businesses on the Gradam Gearrliosta, are very busy preparing for the special awards ceremony taking place at 6.30pm in the Salthill Hotel. This event has become an important feature in the Galway calendar and this year, it will mark the pinnacle of Gaillimh le Gaeilge’s celebrations of 30 years in business.

Take part in a free nature walk in Terryland Forest Park

Members of the public are invited to experience the waterways, wildflower meadows, grasslands, and the woods of Terryland Forest Park in a short nature walk on Saturday, May 13, at 10am. Participants are scheduled to meet at the ‘Plots’ playing pitches on Dyke Road, and the walk will take approximately 45 minutes to complete. It is suitable for all ages and fitness levels. The walk is supported by the Terryland Forest Park Alliance, and it aims to increase public awareness of the wonderful rich mix of natural landscapes in the heart of the city.

Stunning home in The Claddagh

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No 4 Upper Fairhill Road is a very special property, situated in this most sought after location of The Claddagh, between Salthill on one side and the River Corrib on the other, linked to the Spanish Arch by a short stroll over Wolfe Tone Bridge. The property is also within walking distance of a wide variety of amenities including schools, church, shops, restaurants, bars, and leisure facilities.

It is all about location at Colleran’s next auction

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Don Colleran's next auction on March 16 will include properties in prime locations such as Claddagh, Renmore, Castlelawn Heights, and Bohermore with open viewings on all properties beginning this weekend. Colleran auctioneers has established itself as a go-to auctioneer when selling your house in the Claddagh, and its reputation is now further underlined with the inclusion of two Claddagh properties in the March auction.

Glenlo Abbey Golf Course — a true lakeside gem

This lake side golf course, although fair to the beginners, can be a great test to the low handicapper. With the many lakes, trees, contoured greens, and the wind whipping up from Lough Corrib, it plays differently every day. A championship blue course, members white course and ladies red course. The gentle rolling hills meet the river Corrib in a tranquil, unspoilt location, amazing to think this gem is only a five minutes’ drive from Galway City Centre.

Glenlo Abbey Golf Course

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This lake side golf course, although fair to the beginners, can be a great test to the low handicapper. With the many lakes, trees, contoured greens, and the wind whipping up from Lough Corrib, it plays differently every day. A championship blue course, members white course and ladies red course. The gentle rolling hills meet the river Corrib in a tranquil, unspoilt location, amazing to think this gem is only a five minutes’ drive from Galway City Centre.

Destruction of woods and meadows is ‘a mockery of city’s Green Leaf status’— meeting to be told tonight

Ahead of a public meeting tonight (Thursday Nov 24) leading community activist has condemned as “environmental and health vandalism” the proposals by the Galway City Council to advocate the construction of buildings and a road through the main urban parks.

Quality two bed overlooking Galway Harbour

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Sherry FitzGerald brings No 59 Ce na Mara to the market for sale by private treaty. This is a quality two bed duplex apartment located in Galway city centre overlooking Galway Harbour with beautiful views of Galway Bay and the Clare hills.

Galway’s streets ‘are full of Confederates’

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Despite the challenges, dangers, bankruptcies, and in some cases, exploitation, by the mid 19th century Galway had a small but profitable fleet of sailing ships. In previous weeks I have outlined some of the achievements and failures of the Galway Line, which between 1858 and 1864 completed a total of 55 trouble free return voyages to New York and Boston. One of its ships, the Circassian, which I discussed last week, sailed from Galway on September 21 1859 to New York with 342 passengers of whom 108 were first class. One hundred and seventy persons who applied for passage were turned away as the ship was full.

Large three bed apartment in city centre

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Sherry FitzGerald is offering No 12 Ce na Mara to the market for sale by private treaty. Ce na Mara was built by TBD Developments in 1999 and has proved to be a popular development, with excellent own entrance apartments overlooking Galway Harbour.

 

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