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Lackagh village is located just 10 miles from Galway city, close to Claregalway, and its newly opened and very successful secondary school Colaiste Bhaile Chlair, which is currently in its second year of operation. The village caters for all a family needs including a national school, Scoil Naisiunta Bhride, which has recently secured planning for a new school building, medical centre, chemist, supermarket, church, hardware store, café, and a children's playground at the nearby Turloughmore GAA centre.
Lackagh is located just 10 miles from Galway city, close to Claregalway and its newly opened and very successful secondary school Colaiste Bhaile Chlair, which is currently in its second year of operation. The village itself caters for all a family needs including a national school, Scoil Naisiunta Bhride which has recently secured planning for a new school building, medical centre, chemist, supermarket, church, hardware store, café, and a children's playground at the nearby Turloughmore GAA centre.
The work of the community in Doughiska/Merlin Woods to develop social, educational, health and recreational facilities and services for saw the area receive a Pride of Place award at a gala event last weekend.
On Tuesday evening, as I left the office and was making my way to the car, I spotted a couple. Obviously tourists because they were holding hands with that foreign great hair look about them, with colourful jackets and a bearing that made them stand apart from the Irish, but blend in with the hundreds of visitors on the street at that time.
Lilly Mae Morrison (4) was recently diagnosed with Stage 4 neuroblastoma, a rare form of cancer that affects one in every 100,000 children in Ireland. During the VOlvo Ocean Race finale, Jamie Harrison, a local musician, performed on the streets of Galway to raise funds for the Sunni Mae trust, a charity set up to raise funds for Lilly Mae. After a total of four days busking, Jamie raised €6100 as a result of the generosity of the Galway people.
A burglar, who had put a woman in fear by creeping up the stairs towards her bedroom thereby violating her personal space, claimed that he had been asked by an associate to move furnitive, this despite the incident taking place in the early hours of the morning.
Concern for a bird which had hit the windscreen led to a driver performing a u-turn on the busy N17 road and colliding with another vehicle which hit a wall and overturned, the Galway District Court heard.
This cosy three bedroom bungalow on a half acre site has ample room for expansion. The kitchen/dining area is fully fitted with integrated appliances, tiled floors, and a raised solid fuel stove. The sitting room comes with fitted corner units and a solid fuel open fireplace with stone surround. The bedrooms are fitted with wardrobes. There is also a detached garage which provides an abundance of storage.
No 6 The Friary is located in the heart of Claregalway village. No 6 is situated to the front of this development overlooking a large green area with all amenities on its doorstep. Finished and presented to show-house standards. This property would make a shrewd investment where a strong rental income is guaranteed. The purchaser has the option to purchase all furniture and fittings.
David Moggan property consultants, Claregalway is instructed to offer for sale by private treaty, this rare and unique Residential Holding located at Cloughbally More, Ballindereen, Co Galway.