Search Results for 'Eyre'

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Eyre Square office building guides €2,500,000

Part of Hardiman House is being brought to the market for sale guiding at €2,500,000. The office building located on Eyre Square gives potential buyers the rare opportunity to own a property in Galway city’s prime commercial district.

Oranmore train station, Corrib pedestrian bridge, Eyre Square, Woodquay, Nuns’ Island among projects to receive €62million funding

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More than €62 million has been secured for a significant number of transformational infrastructure projects in Galway under the Government’s Urban Regeneration Development Fund (URDF). 

Rí na Mara Irish Seaweed Cosmetics opens in Eyre Square

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Family-owned Spiddal based cosmetic company Rí na Mara has opened a pop-up store in the Eyre Square shopping centre.

Eyre Street at the turn of the century

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Edward Eyre arrived in Galway with the Cromwellian army, became a major political figure, and secured extensive grants from the Corporation and a considerable amount of property in both the city and county, mostly from displaced Catholic families, in the period 1660 to 1670. Most of this property was outside the town walls and included areas that we now know as the railway station, Forthill Cemetery, Victoria Place, Merchants Road, the Commercial Dock, Woodquay, Suckeen, and Eyre Square.

Poems for the Lockdown - Eyre Square

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THIS POEM was written for a poetry competition the Galway City Council organised on the theme of ‘Eyre Square’ and it featured in my fourth poetry collection, The Ghost In The Lobby, published by Salmon in 2014.

Poems for the Lockdown - Curran's Hotel, Eyre Square

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THIS TRIBUTE to Curran’s Hotel on Eyre Square is from my second poetry collection Time Gentlemen, Please, published in 2008. Curran’s was one of the main venues in the city for Left wing political meetings of all stripes from the 1970s until its eventual closure in 2002.

The incomparable Jane Eyre

In the edition of the Galway Weekly Advertiser March 25 1843 extensive coverage is given to the funeral of George Frederick De Carteret, a young ensign in her Majesty’s 30th Regiment, who drowned when he fell into the docks on his way back to the Shambles barracks three days before. He served on the revenue cutter The Raven. After a ‘party of pleasure’ he was walking along the docks, ‘the night being pitchy dark and tempestuous’ he was blown over ‘the brink’ and drowned before his fellow officers could reach him.*

Residential development site for sale in Claregalway

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Agent Mullery auctioneers is anticipating strong interest in a c7.214 acre (2.91 ha) site, zoned residential 1, in Claregalway village centre.

The Skeff Late Bar & Kitchen — Galway’s meeting place this festive season

Picture this… It’s a nice crisp afternoon, you have spent the day shopping with friends and it’s time to put the bags down and give your arms a rest. The Skeff Late Bar & Kitchen in Eyre Square is the perfect place to stop off and soak up the magical festive atmosphere in the lead up to the holidays.

Residential development site for sale in Claregalway

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Agent Mullery auctioneers is anticipating strong interest in a c7.214 acre (2.91 ha) site, zoned residential 1, in Claregalway village centre.

 

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