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The Patrician Brothers in Galway

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On this day, January 15 in the year 1827, the Patrician Brothers arrived in Galway for the first time. Brothers Paul O’Connor and James Walsh took up residence in the Charity Free School in Lombard Street. Three hundred boys attended that day. This school for the poor was originally founded in 1790 in Back Street (now St Augustine Street). In 1824 it transferred to the Lombard Street barracks which had been built in 1749, and purchased from the government by Warden French in 1823. It had been a struggle to keep the school going so the Patricians were invited to take it over and manage it. The barracks formed three sides of a square, the Brothers lived in one wing and the school occupied another. It had one large room on the ground floor and one large room overhead.

Local historians ensure Galway’s cultural identity thrives

The work of five local historians have contributed enormously to the ‘cultural capital’ on which Galway’s vitality and identity continues to thrive, according to Gearóid Ó Tuathaigh, Professor of History at the National University of Ireland, Galway.

Galway Regatta turns one hundred and thirty next month

This year’s Galway Regatta will take place on Sunday June 16 at the NUIG grounds at Dangan.

Mayor to honour Galway historians with civic reception

Galway Advertiser chairman Ronnie O’Gorman is to be among those honoured at civic receptions in City Hall next month.

Tough encounters for both Galway teams this weekend

Soundly beaten by Limerick FC last Friday Mervue United will be hoping for a significant improvement when Athlone Town visit Fahy's Field tomorrow evening.

SD Galway back on familiar ground at Drom to face Wexford Youths

SD Galway return to the familiar surroundings of Drom this Saturday evening when hosting Wexford Youths in the Airtricity League First Division.

Galway sides resume league with local derby

The Airtricity League resumes tomorrow night with a Galway derby at Fahy's Field carrying importance for the two local representatives.

Cup success for Mervue United at the expense of SD Galway

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The final League of Ireland games before the mid season break take place this weekend with SD Galway and Mervue United both eager to record positive results.

Mervue United’s improving form will be tested by local rivals SD Galway in cup clash

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Tomorrow evening's interesting FAI Cup second-round clash at Eamonn Deacy Park will provide a welcome break from league action for both SD Galway and Mervue United.

Mervue’s home form must improve

Galway's two first division representatives know a huge improvement is required over the coming weeks and months, so Mervue United will be eager to start their revival when Wexford Youths visit Fahy's Field tomorrow evening.

 

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