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All eyes will be on The Galmont Hotel today as DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard holds its eagerly awaited October auction.
All eyes will be on The Galmont Hotel next Thursday with DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leoanrd's eagerly awaited October 4 auction.
After one of the most spectacular summers in recent years, the good weather in Galway looks set to continue into September and hopefully beyond. This bodes well for the auction team in DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard who have just put the finishing touches to the first of their 2018 autumn auction series. Thursday October 4 will see more than 20 lots go to the auction floor with properties covering all sectors of the market, and the city centre based auction expert is already reporting huge levels of interest with a busy weekend ahead of open viewings in store this weekend.
This afternoon will see the auction team in DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard hold the second of their summer 2018 auctions in the Galmont Hotel in Galway. A great mix of residential and commercial units come to the auction floor with exceptional value across the board. Auction registration will be open from 2pm and the auction will commence at 3pm sharp.
Leading estate agency DNG Maxwel Heaslip & Leonard has reported large turnouts at open viewings for its upcoming July 26 auction in the Galmont Hotel. With an exciting mix of properties being brought to the auction floor, the city centre-based agent is three weeks into the marketing campaign and the team are delighted with the turnout so far.
This week sees one of the west of Ireland's most progressive estate agencys, DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard, launch the second in its summer series of auctions which will take place on Thursday July 26 in the Galmont Hotel in Galway. The Galway city based firm has been leading the way recently, with some remarkable sales in its auctions since the start of the year.
Ballyhaunis was the venue for the second race in Mayo AC 2018 Vodafone C&C Cellular 5k Series which took place on the evening of Tuesday evening.
A man in his 50s died yesterday while fishing on the river Moy.
Minister for Rural and Community Development Michael Ring has welcomed the announcement of €247,500 which has been allocated to Mayo County Council for development and repair projects on harbours and slipways.
Clarke's of Ballina have over 60 years of experience using fish from Clew Bay and the Moy River. Clarke's also offer a service to local anglers lucky enough to land their own memento of the river Moy, they will smoke their catch.