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Fair day, Eyre Square, September 2, 1926

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This photograph of a cattle fair on Eyre Square was taken looking toward the west. The buildings in the distance were, on the far left, Gilbey’s, drinks distributors which later moved premises to William Street; next to it was Webb’s Hotel. This was originally built in 1810 and was known as the Clanricarde Arms. It was later known as Kilroy’s Hotel, then Murphy’s, until it was taken over by Joe Delaney and he changed the name to The Imperial Hotel.

Plan a visit to The City of The Tribes

January offers the perfect time to relax and recuperate with family members, friends or a love one.

Get away to The City Of The Tribes this January

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January offers the perfect time to relax and recuperate with family members, friends or a love one.

Skeff developing close ties with local charities

The Skeff Late Bar and Kitchen, The Skeffington Arms Hotel and DNA Nightclub will be developing closer ties with local charities as they head into the New Year.

Celebrate Christmas 2017 with The Skeff Late Bar & Kitchen

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It's Party Time!

Defibrillator Makes Business Sense and Helps Save Lives

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The Skeff Late Bar & Kitchen on Galway’s Eyre Square has launched the city’s very first 24/7 defibrillator service.

[Closed]The SkeffADVENTure Christmas Countdown

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We love Christmas and have launched our Skeff Christmas Countdown campaign!

 

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