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Beautiful four bed apartment within walking distance of Eyre Square

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No 4 Sáilín is a luxury four bed ground floor apartment situated in a very popular and well managed development in Wellpark. Sáilín is next door to the g Hotel with Wellpark Retail Park, the Eye Cinema, and other shops nearby. Eyre Square is a short walk away. Locally there are primary and secondary schools, and GMIT is also nearby.

Cushman & Wakefield seeks offers in excess of €1.25m for iconic Galway office building

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Cushman & Wakefield is seeking offers in excess of €1.25m for one of Galway city’s most well recognised buildings.

St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church and the city

Next year the magnificent building of St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church, this venerable edifice in the centre of our city will celebrate

Skeff to partner with GIAF for Festival Garden

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THE FESTIVAL Garden, one of the most popular aspects of last year's Galway International Arts Festival, will return to Eyre Square for this year's festival which runs from July 15 to 28.

Racing for Rosabel – Get your Tuesday Race Day off to a Winning Start.

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It’s the heart of the Summer festival season and the racing event of the year each July/August is Galway Race Week. This can only mean great racing, fashionable dress, stunning headpieces, patrons punting and music throughout the week in the Summer air. Following on from last year’s success, The Skeff Late Bar, Eyre Square, Galway in conjunction with Money Maximisers Advisors Ltd are getting in on the fun with a tipster and style afternoon in aid of Rosabel’s Rooms on Tuesday 30th July from 12.30pm to 3.00pm at The Skeff. “Racing for Rosabel” is a pre-race event, full of entertainment, style and racing tips surrounded by the buzz and atmosphere in Eyre Square.

Tonery’s Pub, sixty years in Bohermore

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Jim Tonery opened his pub in Bohermore 60 years ago yesterday, on June 5, 1959. It was formerly owned by Johnny and Kate Martyn. The inside walls were whitewashed to keep them clean and also disinfected. Barrels were stored against the back wall and sometimes used as seating with planks on top. One had to be careful when entering as there was a small step down just inside the door, and if you missed it and staggered, you were likely to hear Mrs Martyn say, “Go back to where you came from, you have enough in already”. Johnny Martyn was a blacksmith and he had a forge attached to the pub where he shod horses, made gates, etc.

Spacious four bed family home for sale on the Headford Road

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Sherry FitzGerald presents to the market No 42 Sceilg Ard, a spacious four bedroom semidetached home conveniently located on the Headford Road less than 3km from Eyre Square and being offered for sale by private treaty.

O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers’ advice ahead of tomorrow’s auction

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O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers reports considerable interest in its next round of auction properties which will go under the hammer tomorrow, Friday June 7. With a very strong turnout at open viewings over the last four weeks and countless contract requests from interested parties in both residential and commercial listings, tomorrow’s auction promises to be an exciting day with more than 40 properties up for sale and the auction room in the Harbour Hotel is expected to be filled to capacity.

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Tonery’s Pub, sixty years in Bohermore

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Jim Tonery opened his pub in Bohermore 60 years ago yesterday, on June 5, 1959. It was formerly owned by Johnny and Kate Martyn. The inside walls were whitewashed to keep them clean and also disinfected. Barrels were stored against the back wall and sometimes used as seating with planks on top. One had to be careful when entering as there was a small step down just inside the door, and if you missed it and staggered, you were likely to hear Mrs Martyn say, “Go back to where you came from, you have enough in already”. Johnny Martyn was a blacksmith and he had a forge attached to the pub where he shod horses, made gates, etc.

 

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