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A home near the Prom with Colleran's

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If you enjoy walks on the Prom or days on the beach, then No 47 Ocean Wave, Salthill, could be that special home you have been looking for. Colleran auctioneers has just been favoured with this very special four bedroom semi tucked away in a quiet cul de sac in this exclusive and much sought after location opposite Grattan Beach and just off the Salthill Promenade.

High calibre detached home within walking distance of the Prom

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Sherry FitzGerald is offering to the market Oakmount, No 14 Hillcrest Court, for sale by private treaty. This is a beautifully appointed four bed detached home in a much sought after development. Hillcrest Court was built in 1982 by Brennan Homes and comprises a number of detached homes, all of which are owner occupied.

High calibre detached home within walking distance of the Prom

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Sherry FitzGerald is offering to the market Oakmount, No 14 Hillcrest Court, for sale by private treaty. This is a beautifully appointed four bed detached home in a much sought after development. Hillcrest Court was built in 1982 by Brennan Homes and comprises a mixture of detached homes all of which are owner occupied.

Magnificent property on the Prom

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Sherry FitzGerald welcomes to the market Thalassa, a substantial property overlooking Salthill Promenade which is being offered for sale by private treaty.

Cross Border Orchestra of Ireland (Peace Proms) to hold open information meeting for new Galway members

The Cross Border Orchestra of Ireland (CBOI) was established in 1995 as a peace initiative and is composed of more than 100 exceptionally talented young musicians from all over Ireland and Northern Ireland.

United seek to stop runaway leaders in their tracks

A revealing SSE Airtricity League first division encounter looms for Galway United, who host table-toppers UCD at Eamonn Deacy Park tomorrow (7.45pm).

Trad on the Prom is back

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"IF YOU ever thought Irish music and dancing weren’t sexy and cool, go - and be converted." So said The Irish Times about Trad On The Prom, the Galway based Irish music, song, and dance show, which returns next week.

Selling on the Prom

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The first people to sell produce along the Promenade were women who carried buckets of cockles and mussels and sold them to tourists. They would sit on the concrete seats and announce their wares. I don’t know if they sang “Alive alive oh” in a Galway accent or not.

Local students recognised at Young Scientist Exhibition

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Burgess has unveiled its new Communion wear collection

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Burgess department store Athlone has unveiled its beautiful Communion wear collection for 2018.

 

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