Search Results for 'Ballybrit Racecourse'
48 results found.
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.
Galway Races announced Last evening (Wednesday) that Ireland’s leading digital destination for women, Her.ie will be taking the reins as title sponsor of the 2019 Best Dressed Ladies Competition 2019 on Thursday, August 1. This exciting new sponsorship is part of a three-year deal and marks the 150th anniversary of the iconic summer festival.
Newly launched to the market is this super property located in the lovely residential estate of Racecourse Gardens on the immediate eastern outskirts of Galway city. It is ideally located close to many amenities to include the Clayton Hotel, Briarhill Shopping centre, and the world famous Galway Racecourse.
They say the Germans invented the Christmas as we know it and thousands of us flock to their cities for its winter traditional markets while we try to replicate them at home.
Galway City Council commenced its annual Park & Ride Christmas Service on Saturday the December 1 and this service will continue to operate from today, Thursday, December 13, right up to Christmas Eve.
Galway City Council’s Park & Ride Christmas Service will run from today Thursday December 13, every day right up to Christmas Eve.
GALWAY IS very lucky to have the musicians it has, very fortunate to have the range,diversity and calibre of the muscians who are either from here, or who else choose to live here.
Our friends at The Galway Races have an amazing prize for you! Win four tickets to the Monday meeting (29th October) of their fantastic October Racing Festival taking place over the October bank holiday weekend between the 27th and 29th.
The 2018 Galway Racing Festival will kicks off today Monday, July 30 until Sunday August 5 at Ballybrit Racecourse. Bus Éireann will be providing direct Special Shuttle Services for race-goers for the seven days of this hugely popular event.
One hundred and forty nine years ago, Captain Wilson Lynch offered the use of one hundred and sixty acres of his family land on the outskirts of Galway city to host the Galway races. Hence the name for the new building which racegoers will see for the first time next week.