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The 1651 map of Galway shows a Shoemaker’s Tower located in what is the Eyre Square Shopping Centre today. Shoemaker’s Lane, or Bóithrín na Sudairí, the road of the shoemakers or the tanners, was where Buttermilk Walk is today. Shoemaking was always an important business but the individual shoemaker is a rare breed now, instead you associate the craft with factories like Dubarry in Ballinasloe.
THERE WILL be a strong theatrical feel to this year’s Galway City St Patrick’s Day Parade, with theatre performers, costumes designers, and community groups involved in the preparations.
It is estimated that a massive €35 million is floating around the economy in 1c and 2c coins. Giving away your coppers can make a big difference to the lives of thousands of people.
The G Counter based in The Wellpark Centre is delighted to announce the opening of their pop up coffee counter “G Stop” at The Whitehall Entrance, in the Eyre Square Shopping Centre.
A New York-based asset management firm has reportedly made a bid for the freehold interest in the Eyre Square Shopping Centre.
National and international investors will be turning their attention on Galway, vying for the chance to get their hands on the Eyre Square Shopping Centre which is to go on sale in the coming weeks with a guide price of €22.5 million.
The RNLI is calling on the public to ‘give it some welly’ and support Mayday, the charity’s upcoming fundraising campaign in Galway.
“It is often said that Christmas has a way of bringing out the best in people and over the past few weeks the people of Galway have really been incredibly supportive in their response to each of our appeals”, said Galway Lions President Pat Dennigan.
A district court judge told a persistent burglar, with 95 previous convictions, to get a job and live in the real world, before imposing the maximum sentence of 22 months for stealing more than €2,000 in cash during a series of burglaries committed over the course of four months this year.
Members of the public will have the opportunity to learn more about brain disorders, courtesy of a series of large information posters prepared by the staff and postgraduate students of NUI Galway.