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Singer and former Voice of Ireland judge Sharon Corr has called on local shoppers to support the Oxfam shop in Castlebar by buying ‘gifts that give back’ this Christmas.
Bruce Betting are opening their seventeenth shop, and our second branch in Galway City, in Galway Shopping Centre, beside Supermac’s. They opened their flagship store in Liosban Retail park in 2009 and feel this new unit is a great strategic move, tying the two shops in the city together.
In the days before television, computers, or iPads, children often had to be inventive to amuse themselves. When it came to street games they were well able to use their imaginations as they played games like Jackstones, O’Grady Says Do This, Tops, Queenie Queenie, Rover Red Rover, One Two Three Redlight, Jack Jack Show the Light, London Bridge is Falling Down, Cad, skipping, hobbies, marbles, and slides (in winter). Another traditional seasonal game, usually played in September, October, and November, was ‘conkers’ using the seeds of horse chestnut trees. The term conker applies to the tree as well as the seed and there are several theories as to where the name came from. The nut is found in a prickly case which falls from the tree. It is drilled using a nail, sometimes a compass (be careful not to stick yourself!), and then a piece of string is run through it with a knot tied at one end to secure the conker.
Mayo is one of the top destinations in Ireland for ‘staycationers’ according to a new survey.
The Galway Advertiser has always been the market leader in the west in connecting businesses with customers, whether they are shoppers looking for the best bargains or students looking for the best accommodation. For more than four decades, that has been our raison d'etre, coupled with providing an informative and entertaining newspaper.
THE west was awake on twitter all this week after 40 of the world’s top travel and tourism bloggers were brought on an exciting trour of the west of Ireland, courtesy of Failte Ireland.
First year students at St Joseph’s College, Summerhill were presented with brand new iPads yesterday [Thursday] as they arrived for the first day of their secondary school career.
First year students entering St Joseph’s College Summerhill this September will be doing so with a lighter load than their predecessors, as the school launches a new ‘digital schoolbag’.
With nearly 41 years on the clock, Tesco Galway has been given a new lease of life thanks to a €2 million refit investment, transforming it into a far more economical and environmentally friendly store as well as ensuring customers have an enjoyable shopping experience.
Sergeant John Connolly, Westmeath’s Crime Prevention Officer, this week expressed concern at the ongoing thefts from cars in the Westmeath division.