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Galway recover from black card and return to winning ways

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Galway returned to winning ways on Sunday, coming from behind to win in Letterkenny against Donegal.

Detached home with stunning views over Galway Bay

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Mullery auctioneers is offering for sale a deceptively spacious detached residence in Leitir Burca on the Ballymoneen Road. This superb property is ideally positioned offering stunning views over Galway Bay and the Clare hills to the front and is not overlooked to the rear.

Medal haul for Galway fighters

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The Galway Black Dragon Kickboxing Club celebrated huge success at the recent Unified World Championships in Tuscany.

Rock Against Homelessness coming to Galway

Top Irish acts Brave Giant and State Lights will play Rock Against Homelessness at Monroe’s Galway in aid of Focus Ireland and COPE Galway on Saturday November 23.

Detached home with stunning views over Galway Bay

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Mullery auctioneers is offering for sale a deceptively spacious detached residence in Leitir Burca on the Ballymoneen Road. This superb property is ideally positioned offering stunning views over Galway Bay and the Clare hills to the front and is not overlooked to the rear.

Medieval Galway

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This very stylised plan of Galway was made in 1583 by Barnaby Googe and is the earliest surviving map of the city. It shows the walled town as it stood at the end of the medieval period. Galway was packed with houses: the D-shaped circuit of walls with mural towers and gates was complete; there was only one bridge over the fast flowing river, which was also an important salmon fishery, and it possessed a wharf or landing place for ships. The parish church of St Nicholas and the central market place with its market cross were prominent in the townscape, which was structured around the northeast/southwest axis of Shop Street branching into Main Guard Street and High Street/Quay Street.

Medieval Galway

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This very stylised plan of Galway was made in 1583 by Barnaby Googe and is the earliest surviving map of the city. It shows the walled town as it stood at the end of the medieval period. Galway was packed with houses: the D-shaped circuit of walls with mural towers and gates was complete; there was only one bridge over the fast flowing river, which was also an important salmon fishery, and it possessed a wharf or landing place for ships. The parish church of St Nicholas and the central market place with its market cross were prominent in the townscape, which was structured around the northeast/southwest axis of Shop Street branching into Main Guard Street and High Street/Quay Street.

Communion and confirmation celebrations at Galway Bay Hotel

Book your First Holy Communion and confirmation celebrations at Galway Bay Hotel this spring and avail of complimentary extras for all the family.

PGA tournament a success at Galway Bay club

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Galway Bay is hoping to hold more major tournaments after hosting last weekend's 108th Irish PGA Championship.

Help at hand to prepare for Galway 10k

The Galway Bay 10k is set to take place again this October, and for those who would like to give it a go, but need help preparing, Don Naughton Fitness has it covered.

 

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