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O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers sold a wonderful array of properties in its Wild Atlantic summer auction last Friday.
O’Donnellan & Joyce reported a strong attendance at each of its Galway city properties at the weekend. Alan McKenna, senior sales negotiator at O’Donnellan & Joyce, said: “Open viewings commenced on Saturday last and will continue every Wednesday and Saturday up to the auction day. Galway city homes have been particularly busy, with a strong turnout at the open viewings launch. There is great value in the June auction with a nice variety of homes to suit families looking to upsize.”
Breathnach's Bar & Restaurant is a very popular and long established seven day residential licensed premises in the centre of Oughterard town which has now come to the market through Mullery auctioneers.
As we come to the end of the Walter Macken centenary, we thought it appropriate to reprint the only known piece of poetry that he wrote. It was first printed in 1963 in Criterion, a UCG magazine that was edited by Kevin Brophy at the time. It is homage, ómós if you like, to an old fisherman and reflects Macken’s love of fishing, of the Corrib, and of his understanding of people. The photograph of himself and his wife Peggy was taken in the garden of their home Gort na Gainiv near Oughterard c1960.
An elderly woman died after a fire broke out at her home in Oughterard yesterday afternoon (Wednesday). Gardai, three units of the local fire brigade and an ambulance attended the scene, after the alarm was raised by locals at about 12noon.