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Winterwood is a substantial family residence with a gated private entrance, facing Grattan Beach and Galway Bay, in a prime location on the city side of Salthill Village in a mature sought after area.
KPMG in Galway has returned as the main sponsor for a second year for a girls’ soccer academy that is being run in Galway. The Academy, which is being run by former Ireland underage international, Emer Flatley, has seen its numbers of participants increase from just eight girls to almost 200 over the past year.
Budding third level students from Connemara are being invited to apply for the next round of education funding being made available under the annual Galway Wind Park Scholarship.
Walking through Eyre Square today, with the hustle and bustle of that iconic Galway atmosphere, city commuters going about their daily journeys, skateboarder flipping and tricking around the millennium fountain, those lazy afternoon coffee chats among groups of friends dotted around Kennedy Park, its hard to picture this space as it was afew hundreds ago, from then to now still the focal point of Galway life. Yet some iconic reminders of those historic Galway times remain to this day, with none more familiar or welcoming than that of Galway’s Meeting Place, ‘The Skeff’.
The public's views are being sought, via a ‘virtual information room’, on plans for a high-quality pedestrian, cycle, and public transport corridor serving the entire Dublin Road.
O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale a beautiful three bed semidetached family home in the popular residential development of Drom Oir on the Western Distributor Road, Knocknacarra, Galway. The property is part of a quiet development containing a small array of semidetached homes that overlook mature green areas with mature planting throughout.
O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale a four bed detached property in Shangort Park, a beautiful development located just off the Shangort Road which is one of the most sought after and popular residential estates in the Knocknacarra area. Constructed in the early 2000s, this small, quiet, development comprises a mixture of detached and semidetached homes finished to the highest standards, overlooking a large green area in the centre.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers has a selection of rural family homes for sale in its upcoming live stream property auction on Friday October 30. The auction will be streamed on the O’Donnellan & Joyce website and social media platforms and will combine phone, internet, and proxy bidding with auctioneer Colm O’Donnellan on the podium. There will be no audience permitted to attend the auction and all bidders must register to bid in advance of the auction.
Galway United’s fixture against first division title-chasers Drogheda United at Eamonn Deacy Park on Friday has been postponed due to two players testing positive for Covid-19.
Like most towns, Galway was built using native stone and there was plenty of that around. There were black limestone quarries in Menlo and Angliham, and a limestone quarry at Merlin Park worked by the Blake family until about 1850 and later by Sibthorpes of Dublin. In about 1880, a Scotsman named Millar rented a number of quarries in the Galway area, two at Shantalla, one at Ballagh near Bushy Park, and one at St Helen’s, Taylor's Hill, where they quarried fine-grained red granite. There was a marble and granite works at Earl’s Island where one of the employees was a stonemason named Pat Fahy.