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The Simon Community takes its name from Simon of Cyrene who helped Jesus carry the cross. It was founded in London in 1963 by Anton Wallich-Clifford and a branch was set up in Dublin in 1969. Early in 1979, Frank O’Leary OFM spoke at a meeting in Galway entitled Poverty in Ireland about the work of Simon in providing shelter, friendship, and acceptance to homeless people. Two psychology students, Margaret Brehony and Kathy O’Grady, drew attention to the fact that there were rough sleepers in Galway too.
Galway United are preparing for a busy weekend at Eamonn Deacy Park with two SSE Aitricity League first division fixtures at the Dyke Road venue.
THEATRE OFTEN provides the most memorable highlights of the Galway International Arts Festival, and with the final four days to go, tickets are still available for three outstanding shows.
This year’s Bike Week sees the return of the Seven Castles Looped Cycle Heritage Tour to Galway. Also known as ‘Slí na gCaisleán’ (‘The Way of the Castles’) the event represents a guided off-the-beaten-track heritage cycle excursion along a looped trail across beautiful countryside that encompasses seven castles on the north and eastern side of Galway city and on into Galway county.
O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale this superb three/four bedroom detached residence located in the popular residential development of Castlelawn Heights, on the Headford Road, a lovely residential development conveniently located just a short walk from Galway city centre.
A splendid goal from Conor Barry and an insurance strike from Maurice Nugent ensured Galway United climbed from the bottom of the SSE Aitricity League first division when defeating Wexford FC 2-0 at Eamonn Deacy Park on Friday.
The auction team in DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard have been instructed to bring No 211 Tirellen Heights to the open market and will be carrying out open viewings this Saturday from 12.30pm to 1.30pm. An executor sale, this detached bungalow residence is one for those seeking a “doer-upper” and offers huge potential as a spacious owner-occupied home, or an investment property close to the university.
State-owned properties, including Ceannt Station and Galway Port could be used as sites in which to develop affordable housing and alleviate the accommodation crisis in the city.
Connacht Rugby's plans for the redevelopment of the Sportsground have received a major boost as the Galway City Council has agreed to prioritise the province's application for the large scale sport infrastructure fund (LSSIF).