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The Railway Hotel

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This ancient site on the southern end of what we now know as Eyre Square was occupied by a Knights Templars convent in the 13th century. By the 17th century Robert Martin had a large house on the site, but this was taken from him by the Cromwellians and given to Edward Eyre. The Eyre family held on to the property and on May 12, 1712, Edward Eyre, son of the above, presented the land in front of his house to the corporation as a place of recreation for the people of Galway. In 1827, a man named Atkinson built houses at this end of the Square and by 1845, the site was occupied by a block of tenements owned by Fr Peter Daly.

Kilmeena and Cill Chomáin tussle in midday shoot-out

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This clash in Crossmolina on Saturday lunch-time will see the ball thrown in on football final weekend across the county.

All on the line in junior semi-finals

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Two of the final four in this year's junior championship are heading into the semi-finals off the back of just a week's break, following the need for play-offs to sort out one of the groups in the round robin stage of the competition - and will be facing each other on Sunday afternoon.

Galway hoteliers call for urgent additional supports to safeguard jobs

Hotel and guesthouse owners in Galway are calling for an urgent review of business and employment supports for the hospitality sector following the announcement at the weekend that it is unlikely to reopen before mid-summer.

15,000+ Galway jobs could be lost in coming weeks, fear hotels and guesthouses

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15,400 jobs in the accommodation sector in Galway could be lost in the coming weeks as hotels and guesthouses face a cataclysmic drop in bookings for autumn and early winter.

Make or break time for hoteliers, says Galway hotel federation chief

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With bookings plummeting at hotels across the region, the chair of the Galway branch of the Irish Hotels Federation has said that Government has to intervene urgently to saves thousands of jobs at severe risk of being lost.

15,000 Galway jobs could be lost in coming weeks, fear hotels and guesthouses

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15,400 jobs in the accommodation sector in Galway could be lost in the coming weeks as hotels and guesthouses face a cataclysmic drop in bookings for autumn and early winter.

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.

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.

Blackberry Hearing - what the customers say

Blackberry Hearing was established in 2015. John Ryan and Dave Gleeson, the founders, drew on their long business experience to provide quality solutions at the best prices with exceptional customer care.

 

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