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Galway Grammar School was a Protestant institution established under the Erasmus Smith Trust in 1669. It opened around 1675 and has been located at College Road since 1815. The 1950/51 school year was an eventful one when, in November of that year, a wing of the school was gutted by fire, happily, there was no danger of loss of life. Four months later a dormitory ceiling collapsed. The headmaster, George Coughlan, said that the collapse was caused by a 24 foot beam being charred through by a chimney fire. The beam brought down two other beams and half the ceiling. In many old buildings, beams went into chimney flues and successive chimney fires charred them until they came down. Neither incident occasioned an interruption in the school routine.
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A total of 18.6 per cent of people living in Galway identify as “non-Irish” according the Migration and Diversity report, published by The Central Statistics Office, making Galway possibly the most multicultural city in Ireland.
Galwegians RFC have much to work on before taking on a winless Blackrock College at Crowley Park this Saturday (2.30pm).
GALWEGIANS AGED between eight and 16, who have an idea for a film, TV series, documentary, web series, video game, or animation, are being asked to submit a pitch for the 2017 Junior Film Fleadh Story Pitching Competition.
A total of 20 new jobs are to be created in Galway by Bluebird Care, which provides domestic nursing and social care for individuals,as part of the company’s expansion in 26 locations throughout the State.
GALWEGIANS INTERESTED in talking up acting, or actors looking to refresh their skills, can check out the new series of autumn classes from the Galway Actor's Workshop.
Galwegians Rugby Club, one of Connacht’s premier rugby club, is based at the historic Crowley Park on the old Dublin Road.
GALWEGIANS INTERESTED in trying their hand at acting and learning what is involved should check out a new course from the Galway Actors Workshop.
It not difficult to see why Old Mervue has become so popular with first time buyers and investors, as this mature residential estate remains affordable despite its convenience to the city centre, and proximity to shopping centres and some of Galway’s largest employers including Boston Scientific, Hewlett Packard, and Thermo King on the doorstep.