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The Heaney family’s association with master butchery stretches back more than 300 years. Heaney Meats produces only the highest quality meat which has now become synonymous with the Heaney name.
Hibernian Antique & Art Fairs are very proud to announce their first fair this Sunday November 9 in the Hodson Bay Hotel Athlone. The Antique & Art Fair will run from 11am-6pm on Sunday.
For those who fancy playing golf at Dromoland Castle with Clare Hurling Manager Davy FitzGerald, the Clarinbridge GAA Club has holding a Monster Auction on Sunday (December 1) at 1pm in The Parish Hall, Clarinbridge.
Patrick French of Drumharsna Castle, near the village of Kiltartan, died in 1748. His widow, Catherine, was still living in 1768, and was named by her son Henry, who died unmarried, as one of his executors. In his will, dated January 24, 1767, Henry French of Drumharsna left
Two big employers, Disneyland Paris and Irish Pubs Global, are to take part in this year’s GMIT Hotel School Careers & Recruitment Fair in GMIT Galway on April 6.
The Clayton Hotel is opening its doors to anyone who is engaged or looking for the perfect wedding venue to ‘Try Before You Buy’ with the Clayton Wedding Showcase, taking place on Sunday next November 14, from 2-6pm.
Although celebrating its 70th birthday this year, Ó’Máille’s store in Galway’s High Street is nowhere near ready to pick up its pension.
Mayo-based medical device company Baxter Healthcare walked away with the silver award in both the Manufacturing and Operational Excellence categories and Skills and Knowledge category at the third annual Irish Medical Devices Association (IMDA) Industry Excellence awards at Dromoland Castle. IMDA, a business sector within IBEC, hosted the event in association with Enterprise Ireland and IDA.
The launch of a great new recipe book, The Galway Ingredient, prompted me to arrange a date for a chat with Michael O’Meara of Oscar’s Bistro. The Galway Ingredient is a superb book of recipes from the Euro-toques chefs of Galway, and was launched recently to coincide with the Volvo Ocean Race visit to Galway. It costs €5 and is available in Eason’s, Dubray’s, and most local book shops. For his part O’Meara is both a contributor of recipes and the photographer of every picture in the book.