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Pat Jordan’s Bar, which has full seven day public licence, is located on the main street of Clarinbridge. Clarinbridge, situated 10km south of Galway city on the very busy N18 Galway to Limerick road, is the home of the famous oyster festival. There is currently a tenant in situ, However the property will be sold with vacant position.
Are you looking for inspiring party ideas for your tween? This age can be tricky as some children still want the whole class to attend and others simply want a few of their close friends. And they nearly all want different parties from those their friends have had! Be inspired with our Party Ideas for 8-12 Year Olds (Tweens).
I have written before about the woeful lack of ambulances that serviced the old Central Hospital, especially in the 1930s. That shortage became acute during the war. Because of the severe rationing of petrol, and the unavailability of spare parts, for a long period only two ambulances were available for the whole county. As they were frequently on the road simultaneously there was no reserve vehicle to answer any emergency.
AIMEE BANKS, the 14-year-old soprano who burst on to the international scene last year after representing Ireland at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, will appear in Heresy, the first opera by the celebrated Irish composer, Roger Doyle.
In the 18th and early 19th centuries, thousands of Irish men and women arrived in Mexico and South America lured by the promise of adventure, fame and fortune. They were soldiers, spies, sailors, merchants and diplomats, and they and their children fought for independence and helped shape modern Latin America. Today, the names of streets, towns, schools, and football teams on the continent bear witness to their influence.
Ballinasloe native and accomplished journalist and author, Joe Joyce, has just released his latest work, Echowave, a gripping fiction based against the backdrop of the Second World War.
A FASCINATING story connected to Oscar Wilde arrives at the Town Hall Theatre next week with Brendan Murphy’s Kicking Oscar’s Corpse. Set against the backdrop of WWI, the play centres on a libel case brought about by the dancer Maud Allan against the right wing British MP Noel Pemberton-Billing in 1918.