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With winter just around the corner, the auction team in DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard are busy putting together the finishing touches to the last of the company's 2017 autumn auction series. The November 23 auction sees more than 20 lots come to the market with the usual mix of properties, with something to suit all types of buyer. The Galway city based auction experts have already reported a very busy opening weekend with a large turnout at their open viewings.
WARFARING STRANGERS: The Darkscorch Canticles, released in 2013, was a treasure trove of underground Black Sabbath-influenced US metal from the early 1970s by an array of short lived, yet fascinating, bands.
The Radisson Blu Hotel is the place to be tomorrow afternoon for DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard's eagerly awaited September auction. Following a hugely successful July auction which saw a 98 per cent sales rate, the auction team are very excited about tomorrow's event and are, as usual, expecting a large turnout.
West Coast Insulation is recommending homeowners take advantage of the new grant scheme which is now the highest level it has ever been at €1,000.
The Mayo senior football teams of 1950 and 1951 have gone down in both history and folklore among GAA folk the length and breadth of both the county and the country.
Clifden Community Arts Festival began its 40-year life in Clifden Community School in 1977 and the arts in education has been the central ethos of the festival ever since. With the opening of a new community school in Clifden this year, the festival which takes place from September 13-24 2017, will be part of this new and exciting beginning for the town. The festival celebrates the arts for the children of Clifden Community School, Scoil Mhuire, Claddaghduff, Cleggan and Cashel and Ballyconnelly National school, helping to develop artistic and social skills, and provide an outlet for self-expression and development.
In 1959 the poet Richard Murphy renovated the black-sailed Ave Maria, a traditional Galway hooker, which he used to ferry visitors to Inishboffin, and for a day’s fishing. Over the years the poet, the boat and the magnificent landscape attracted a flotsam and jetsam of humanity, many of a literary kind.
John Keoghs, The Lock Keeper in Galway’s westend has been named as one of Ireland’s Top 20 gastro pubs. The westend eatery and bar was named as one of the top gastro pubs in Ireland by Lucinda O’Sullivan for the Sunday Independent.