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O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers sold a wonderful array of properties in its Wild Atlantic summer auction last Friday.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers reports considerable interest in its next round of auction properties which will go under the hammer tomorrow, Friday June 7. With a very strong turnout at open viewings over the last four weeks and countless contract requests from interested parties in both residential and commercial listings, tomorrow’s auction promises to be an exciting day with more than 40 properties up for sale and the auction room in the Harbour Hotel is expected to be filled to capacity.
O’Donnellan & Joyce has launched its June 7 auction with a wide variety of prime properties on offer.
O’Donnellan & Joyce reported a strong attendance at each of its Galway city properties at the weekend. Alan McKenna, senior sales negotiator at O’Donnellan & Joyce, said: “Open viewings commenced on Saturday last and will continue every Wednesday and Saturday up to the auction day. Galway city homes have been particularly busy, with a strong turnout at the open viewings launch. There is great value in the June auction with a nice variety of homes to suit families looking to upsize.”
Sean Cotter of Calasanctius College in Oranmore competed on the Irish Schools Cross Country team at Saturday’s SIAB Schools international in Santry, Dublin.
Large crowds will descend on the East Galway village of New Inn this Saturday night for the staging of the annual Mummers Festival in the local leisure centre. This Festival of traditional music, song, dance and storytelling has been attracting entertainers and patrons to New Inn for 41 years and the organisers are delighted with the response from groups again this year.
Fianna Fáil TD for Galway East Anne Rabbitte says Fine Gael has a lot to answer for when it comes to the closure of 18 rural post offices in the county.
Two Galway camogie teams are in All-Ireland final action in Croke Park this Sunday.
While the last electoral constituency review of County Galway saw it divided into three - like Gaul in Caesar's time - the latest review is more tinkering at the edges - but even these modest changes will worry at least one of our most prominent TDs.
World champion walker Olive Loughnane is set to exchange foot power for pedals.