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G Furniture and Carpets in Northpoint on the Tuam Road has some great offers available in its spring carpet and rug clearance event now on.
Due to popular demand, A&D Carpets in Westside Business Centre is extending its hugely popular January sale to the end of February.
The winter sale at G Furniture and Carpets on the Tuam Road in Galway must end this Sunday with huge savings across all departments. The company guarantees some of the best value for money in Galway in carpets and furniture with savings of up to 70 per cent on special sale items and end of line ranges.
A&D Carpets is located in the Westside Business Centre. The team — Arnold, Darragh, and Simon — have more than 20 years' experience specialising in domestic and contract fitting and sales.
Cormar Carpets has revealed a new carpet collection that is simply out of this world.
If you are in the market for new flooring — whether carpets, vinyls, engineered flooring, or laminate flooring — a visit to Lydon's Carpets and Flooring in Moycullen is a must.
The massive summer sale at G Furniture and Carpets on the Tuam Road in Galway continues this week with huge savings across all departments. The company guarantees some of the best value for money in Galway in carpets and furniture with a brilliant selection of new season rugs just arrived at sale prices.
Age Action and innocent drinks need help from Westmeath’s knitters to have a chance of hitting their target of 100,000 little hats as part of this year’s Big Knit initiative.
G Furniture and Capets in Northpoint on the Tuam road is the place to be this weekend. The company is celebrating its seventh year in business with a massive four day sale with everything reduced instore. It offers a free delivery service, and will take back your old mattress and sofas for free when you buy a new mattress or sofa.
Asylum seekers and their children have spent years living in an institutional setting that was designed as a short-term solution. They are accommodated by the State in residential institutions, under a reception system known as Direct Provision. Direct Provision is intended to provide for the welfare of asylum seekers and their families as they await decisions on their asylum application. It ‘directly provides’ essential services, medical care, accommodation, and board with three meals a day provided at set times. When the the system was established in 2000, it was described as an interim solution to the high numbers of asylum seekers entering the State in search of protection, and the growing concerns about the risk of homelessness for that population. More than 15 years later, little has changed in the physical conditions, supports, or treatment of asylum seekers while they remain in these centres.