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Galway City West councillor Donal Lyons this week voiced his deep reservations over the location of a new tourist office for Galway city.
Divilly Veterinary Clinic located at Church Road in Headford invites you to the Open Day this Saturday January 26 from 1pm to 5pm. Bring your pet to meet vets Brian Divilly and Freya Vaughan.
Sherry FitzGerald is offering No 2 An Fearban to the market for sale by private treaty. This is a new detached contemporary home built on the seaside of the road in Furbo village, directly overlooking Galway Bay. It is one of only seven new architecturally designed homes, each on its own large site, but sharing common open green spaces and direct access to the shore of Galway Bay.
COUNTY GALWAY played a significant roles in the 1916 Rising, seeing the most action outside of Dublin, and now those heroic, turbulent, violent, times are examined in a new publication.
Last Friday saw the opening of Martin Divilly Butchers in Terryland Shopping Centre, 87 years on from the very first Martin Divilly Butchers in Galway city. Martin and Audrey along with their extended families cheered on, as Martin’s daughter Shauna Divilly cut the ribbon.
Monday night saw TV3 bring the successful TV show The Apprentice to the streets of Galway. Sponsored by Bank of Ireland, the candidates had to choose two local businesses to sell and promote their local produce. Team Zest went with the two businesses they felt would produce the most sales on the day - Martin Divilly’s butchers of Westside and Goya’s café and bakery of Kirwan’s Lane.
Today sees the launch of the new Martin Divilly's Barbeque Range - their biggest yet! They have everything you need for the summer barbeque, from their succulent Aberdeen Angus Burgers to their homemade pork and chive sausages.
Number 34 Shop Street is the shop to visit this week. Whether you are a woman or man, looking for something casual or dressy, you will not beat the fantastic value at the Galway Hat Shop sale shop. Proprietor of the Galway Hat shop, Sandra Divilly, is opening a special sale shop for one week only. Sandra will be the third generation of the Divilly family to trade from Number 34 Shop Street. Both her grandfather Martin Divilly and her father Brian Divilly ran Divilly's Butchers from the premises. Suzanne's Boutique, run by Sandra's mother, was the first ladies’ fashion store on the premises followed by Sasha boutique.
Martin and Audrey Divilly are celebrating the launch of their culinary loyalty club and website, www.martindivillybutchers.com