Search Results for 'River Corrib'

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Colleran’s offers great value in Sceilg Ard

Colleran auctioneers has just listed No 106 Sceilg Ard, Headford Road, Galway, a four bedroom semidetached house tucked away in a small, quiet, cul de sac with a sun filled walled back garden that is not overlooked and offers stunning views of the Galway skyline.

A rare opportunity in Woodquay

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Location, location, location are the three things you are always advised to look for in a property, and there are few locations more sought after and more central than McDonagh Terrace, Woodquay.

New pedestrian bridge will enhance Galway's iconic Salmon Weir

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Construction is expected to commence early next year on a new pedestrian and cycle bridge parallel to the existing Salmon Weir Bridge.

Salmon Weir Pedestrian and Cycle Bridge granted planning permission

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A new pedestrian and cycle bridge, parallel to the existing Salmon Weir Bridge, has been granted planning permission by An Bord Pleanála.

From stone forts to the revolution - Galway’s story in one place

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PERSONAL BELONGINGS of IRA volunteer Seamus Quirk and Fr Michael Griffin; Bronze Age artefacts from Dún Aonghasa; the myths of the River Corrib; and an exploration of Gaelic Ireland - there is a wealth of local and Irish history to be experienced at the Galway City Museum.

Peace and tranquillity await in Menlo

Heskin auctioneers presents this four bedroom, two bathroom, bungalow in Menlo to the market. This property offers the best of both worlds, quiet countryside living located just a stone's throw from the hustle and bustle of the city centre. Enjoy the surrounds of Menlo Castle and Menlo Pier which are on the doorstep.

A magnificent man and his cycle machine

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John Henry Bailey was a well known business man in Galway at the close of the 19th century. He was a rate collector and an auctioneer but was better known for his selling and repairing Morris cars from his garage on the east side of Eyre Square, on a site now remembered as the former Odeon Hotel. He also had the distinction of being the first man in Galway to ride a bicycle.

Colleran’s offering wonderful value in Newcastle

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This attractive three bedroom semidetached property is situated in a quiet cul de sac in Newcastle close to NUIG, UHG, and the banks of the River Corrib.

Colleran’s offering wonderful value in Newcastle

This attractive three bedroom semidetached property is situated in a quiet cul de sac in Newcastle close to NUIG, UHG, and the banks of the River Corrib.

The Lighthouse Project - ‘Claiming and mapping a space for creativity’

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THE CONFINEMENTS of the lockdowns and the severe limits on travel have restricted us all to our own localities, and for many that means passing by the same places, the same objects, and the same sights.

 

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