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Free admission to the Galway Mini Mind Body Experience, Sunday 20th October, The Salthill Hotel, The Promenade, Galway City. Doors open 10:00 am to 7:00 pm.
The Home Improvement Show returns to Leisureland, Salthill, Galway this weekend, October 19 and 20, and will feature creative stands from many of Ireland’s most talented design professionals, furniture providers, and home improvement suppliers.
EXAMINE MANY of the best known pop and rock hits of the last 50 years and it is likely Albert Hammond wrote them, either by himself, or in collaboration with another songwriter.
The Joint City and County Co-ordination Group met this morning to discuss the latest precautionary measures to be implemented in advance of the arrival of Storm Lorenzo. Present at the meeting were members of Roads Department, Environment Department and other key staff from both Galway City Council and Galway County Council. Also present were members of the fire service, the Civil Defence and the HSE Ambulance Service. Topics covered at the meeting included an update on the current progress of Storm Lorenzo, as well as operations in relation to sandbags, car park closures and road closures.
Update from Galway City Council - 5.30pm Wednesday, 2nd October, 2019
A place in the 2019 Claregalway Hotel Senior Football Championship final will be decided this weekend when Corofin will face Salthill/Knocknacarra in Tuam Stadium on Saturday evening, while Moycullen and Tuam Stars clash in Pearse Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
One of the biggest road racing events in the west, the Galway Bay series, takes place in Salthill on Saturday.
John Quinn has just received instructions to offer for sale No 24 Lenaboy Gardens, Salthill. Located just beside Oaklands, the property is within walking distance of several schools, Salthill Promenade, and the many amenities in Salthill.
Sixty two lots go under the hammer this week with local, national, and global interest in O’Donnellan & Joyce property auction
Over the last six weeks, sales agents and marketers in O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers have been busy compiling information and generating adverts for the 62 lots that they will offer for sale by means of live public auction tomorrow at 12 noon in the Harbour Hotel, Galway.
Tim O’Leary was a native of Roscommon who came to Galway to work as a buyer for Moons. He eventually bought this corner building opposite the Industrial School and changed it into a thriving business. It was a high-class grocery which sold fruit, minerals, and all kinds of confectionery. He operated it almost like a modern day supermarket in that you selected your own goods and brought them to the counter to pay. He had an ice cream saloon attached — “Try one of our ‘Frigidaire’ ices” — and would prepare “special gift parcels of sweets, chocolate, fruit and cakes at shortest notice for hotel guests”. He was a very entrepreneurial and imaginative businessman who worked very hard. He did deliveries all over Salthill and, as most houses left the key in the door in those days, he would just walk in, put the groceries on the kitchen table, and be gone quickly. My mother used to say she was always glad she was not in the bath when he arrived.