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City living at its best

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O'Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is offering for sale an excellent duplex apartment in Galway city centre.

Still dreaming of The Claddagh?

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Colleran Auctioneers has another gem for sale in one of Galway's most sought after locations.

Supporting locals to support local

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St. Anthony’s & Claddagh Credit Union & St Jarlath’s Credit Union have teamed up again along with Galway Bay FM to roll out a €3,000 giveaway to benefit locals and local businesses as they celebrate some of the recent lockdown restrictions easing. The trio are launching the giveaway live on Galway Bay FM for three weeks.

Power your electrical project with Claddagh Electrics

Claddagh Electrics has the spark when it comes to everything electrical. The company caters for domestic, commercial, industrial, and smart home automation. With services including Loxone installation, EV charging, solar, PV, and battery storage, CCTV, fire alarm, emergency lighting, shop fit-outs, office fit-outs, new builds, re-wires, maintenance, and electrical testing the team really are ahead of the game.

Power your electrical project with Claddagh Electrics

Claddagh Electrics has the spark when it comes to everything electrical. The company caters for domestic, commercial, industrial, and smart home automation. With services including Loxone installation, EV charging, solar, PV, and battery storage, CCTV, fire alarm, emergency lighting, shop fit-outs, office fit-outs, new builds, re-wires, maintenance, and electrical testing the team really are ahead of the game.

Claddagh Parade, c1910

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An article that appeared in The Irish Times on January 7, 1861, was lifted from the Galway Press and started as follows: “Twenty years ago, this fishing village, for which outdoor relief is now deemed necessary, was the greatest source of profit and employment to the people of Galway. It was the wealth producing quarter of the town, and not alone the town of Galway, but many parts of the interior of Ireland felt the benefit of the successful industry of the Claddagh fishermen. The harvest fishing season, which began in August and ended in November, produced a very large accession of wealth to the country. The number of cadgers leaving the town for the interior averaged about 150 daily, and whilst these peripatetic dealers in fish were thus numerously employed, the foremost merchants we had were occupied in filling their stores with herrings, and even the Fishery Board on some occasions were known to barrel large quantities. So abundant frequently was the take that all the cargoes of salt provided by the importers of that article did not suffice, and it had to be brought overland from Limerick and other places.”

Stunning turnkey home on a corner site in The Claddagh

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Claddagh Lodge comprises a turnkey three bedroom architect designed urban home with adjacent one bedroom townhouse, designed for integration with the main house to form a larger family home if desired. The property was redeveloped in 2005 and has been completely refurbished this year. Presented in pristine condition, its elegant design takes advantage of south and west facing aspects, creating a stylish, tranquil, internal space. The property occupies a corner site on the junction of Claddagh Avenue with St Nicholas' Road 70 metres from Claddagh Quay in the city centre.

Free online children’s camp at Galway City Museum this Easter

Galway City Museum is offering an exciting series of free fun online workshops for children this Easter. By visiting www.galwaycitymuseum.ie from Tuesday 6 April to Friday 9 April, children will be able to consider, explore and create whole other worlds of wonder. Here they can choose from several workshops and be inspired by what awaits.

Stunning modernised home for let in The Claddagh

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No 2 School Avenue is a spectacular two-bedroom mid-terrace house located in The Claddagh, a short stroll from the Latin Quater and Corrib walks. It offers picture perfect frontage with box hedging, imitation sash windows, and a gravel drive with parking for two cars.

St Anthony’s and Claddagh and St Jarlath’s Credit Union setting new standards for fair insurance with Peopl, Ireland’s new name in insurance

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St Anthony’s and Claddagh and St Jarlath’s Credit Union, two of the country’s most progressive Credit Unions have launched some of the country’s most eye catching insurance products in partnership with Peopl. Insurance. Fair, affordable and quality cover on Life, Home and Travel insurance are what’s on offer along with some of the most competitive policy costs in the country.

 

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