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Welcome for funding for Castlebar projects
Galway’s General Post Office on Eglinton Street in Galway city centre has long been a part of the fabric of this thriving city. An Post, through its sole agent, Cushman & Wakefield, are now offering the property to the open market.
Galway to get permanent civic arts space as part of a multi-million-euro city post office redevelopment
Galway is finally to gain a permanent civic arts space in the city centre as part of a multi-million-euro redevelopment of the Galway Post Office.
Fine Gael TD, Alan Dillon, has ramped-up pressure on the prioritisation of the two projects to be awarded funding from the soon to be announced Urban Regeneration and Development Fund.
In the year 1900, Patrick Holland had a travelling shop near Athenry. He later opened a shop there and is credited with having the first car in the town. In 1914 he met Dorinda Egan and it was love at first sight. They married and had five children Brendan, Michael, Maureen, Angela and John. They eventually moved to Galway in 1930, and tried to set up a business in Dominick St. but the bank would not give them the money. They eventually managed to buy the premises of Mary Leahy’s Newsagency in Williamsgate Street.
In its 230th year, Galway Chamber has seen its fair share of emergencies, wars, recessions, all challenging them in their different ways. But perhaps nothing has impacted as much as the current pandemic. But in adversity, there is opportunity, and the Chamber has stepped into the role of minder, mentor, and protector of all the businesses not just in the city, but in the region.
iMayo TV will be showcasing the community spirit and effort shown by the village of Breaffy next week, when part one of a two-part program airs on Thursday, November 19, at 7pm on the Showcase channel on Sky TV on channel 192. The show will be repeated the following Tuesday afternoon at 12.30pm with the second part airing on Thursday, November 26 at 7pm.
As is now custom, local artist, Anna Boles, has launched her 2021 calendar, with 25 percent of all funds raised being afforded to South Westmeath Hospice.
Patrick Joyce was born at Lisheenagaoithe, near Headford, on May 23, 1868. He became a monitor teacher in 1884, taught in Cloghanover School for two years, later as principal of Trabane, and then Tiernee in the parish of Carraroe. In 1892 he married Margaret Donohue. He was eventually appointed as principal of Barna National School and his wife taught in Boleybeg National School.