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DNG Maxwell Heaslip Leonard is selling this spacious three bedroom semidetached house in Racecourse Lawns on the east side of Galway city.
THE GALWAY Cartoon Festival, which will run from October 2 to 9, is inviting cartoonists from across the world to submit entries for this year’s festival exhibition.
The Moet Chandon building at Galway Racecourse is one of the most beautiful additions to Galway Racecourse over the last couple of years.
Galway City Museum may be currently closed to the public but it is very much open online. Visit your virtual museum at www.galwaycitymuseum.ie where you can access many educational resources and explore the exhibitions and the collection from the comfort of your own home.
Anthony Ryans Massive Warehouse Sale at Galway Racecourse with knock down prices of up to 70% OFF Homewares and Fashions!!
Anthony Ryans Massive Warehouse Sale takes place at the Galway Racecourse for four days from this Thursday November 14th to Sunday November 17th
Michael Moloney has been living and breathing Galway Racecourse for many years now. When he was knee high to a grasshopper, he used to cycle around the course, while his father John, looked after the running of the course. Now, so many years on, Michael still thinks of Ballybrit as a back garden rather than a workplace, such is his passion for that patch of ground that heaves mightily every year and reverberates the Galway economy.
Jobs Expo Galway returns to the Galway Racecourse on September 21st, showcasing a diverse range of industry-leading employers, with hundreds of highly-skilled jobs for the region. Recruitment teams with job opportunities will be looking to talk to skilled professionals in the West of Ireland and further afield. This FREE event will kick off 10am inside the Wilson Lynch Building at the Galway Racecourse
A new sense of belief that enabled them to stand firm in the face of adversity was key to Galway’s victory in front of a record crowd at Croke Park on Sunday. With Galway six clear at the break, the never-say Killenny came back to within a couple of scores, but never got closer as a determined Tribeswomen held on to claim the O’Duffy Cup for the third time.
We know that horse races were organised in different parts of County Galway from the middle of the 18th century, in places like Kilconnell, Eyrecourt, Rahasane, Ballinasloe, Ballymoe, Carraroe, and Bermingham House near Tuam. They were known as ‘racing matches’. In 1764, there was a five day meeting held at Knockbarron near Loughrea, and between 1829 and 1857, 15 meetings were held in Kiltulla near Ballybrit. In 1867, a series of races was organised at Bushfield near Oranmore.
Thousands of shoppers are expected at Galway Racecourse this weekend for the Anthony Ryans Massive Warehouse Sale which runs for four days from this Friday May 31st to Bank Holiday Monday June 3.