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Tomorrow (Friday) will see DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard host its second auction of 2015 featuring 30 properties throughout the west of Ireland, on what promises to be an action packed afternoon.
Leading estate agent DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard has reported large turnouts at the latest series of open viewings for its April 24 auctions in the Radisson Blu Hotel. Billed as one of the most exciting mix of properties to come to the market in the west of Ireland for some time, the city centre based agent is three weeks into the marketing campaign and the team are delighted with the turnout so far.
The Galway Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club was founded at a meeting in the Royal Hotel, Eyre Square, on May 19, 1900. Many of the founders were members of the British army, the landed gentry, and the professions such as doctors, solicitors, professors, etc. Membership was by invitation only so there was a certain elitism attached to the club in the early days.
The Galway GAA Annual County Convention will be held tonight, (Thursday), in the Claregalway Hotel, starting at 7.30pm.
On a warm Saturday evening in a little town of Arzúa, about 40kms from Santiago de Compostella, a group of Galway pilgrims watched the local brass band competition. Led by their conductors three bands marched up the street, playing marching tunes.
O’Donnellan and Joyce auctioneers will hold one of the largest property auctions of the year when seven properties will be put under the hammer on Friday July 24 at 3pm in the Victoria Hotel. Colm O’Donnellan of O’Donnellan and Joyce auctioneers said the auction will be one of the largest this year and will provide excellent value to the market through a wide variety of homes from the upper to lower ends of the market. O’Donnellan and Joyce in consultation with all of their clients have put extremely attractive reserve prices on each property in order to obtain sales.
Guth na n-Óg was originally set up as a youth club in the late 1940s. Some of those involved in its setting up were Páid McNamara, Fr Fitzgibbon SJ, Tom Walsh (who worked in O’Gorman’s), Seán Kirby, Paddy Gleeson from William Street, and Ivor Kenny. Initially they used to meet in the Arus in Dominick Street but they fell foul of the authorities there because they did not speak Irish all the time, so they moved to the British Legion building on Father Griffin Road (Where Yeats College was until recently). Each member got a membership card and a badge. They used to play indoor games and have music sessions, and eventually they formed a céilí band and held a céilí every Saturday evening. They also formed a marching pipe band which thrived for a number of years.