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Heskin auctioneers brings to the market this retail unit at No 7 Eyre Street in Galway city centre. This ground floor retail unit is just a minutes' walk from Eyre Square and just a short stroll from Shop Street, Galway's leading shopping destination.
The economic downturn had a severe effect on the lives of many people in the State. Many companies and individuals were hit hard. There was a view in some quarters that the growth during the Celtic Tiger years was just going to continue, and at worst, would simply level off.
“A sad and very damaging day for our city” is how councillor Mike Cubbard has described the introduction of bye-laws that will curtail and reduce the ability of buskers to perform in Galway city centre.
"A sad and very damaging day for our city" is how councillor Mike Cubbard has described the introduction of bye-laws that will curtail and reduce the ability of buskers to perform in Galway city centre.
One of Galway's leading estate agents, DNG Maxwell, Heaslip & Leonard is offering to the market this most impressive three bedroom apartment at No 1 Buttermilk Walk, right in the centre of Galway city and adjacent to all city centre amenities.
Galway City Harriers Athletic Club (GCH) are delighted to announce the Galway Clinic as its main sponsor for the 32nd Streets of Galway 8k road race which will be held in August this year.
SOME OF Galway's best known street scenes are depicted by Galway artist Kathy Ross in an exhibition currently running in the Leaf and Bean Café in Tuam.
THE ANNUAL Galway Zombie Walk takes place this Saturday and is sure to have people looking on in amazement at the bizarre, yet thrilling, sight of hundreds of zombies making their way along Shop Street.
GALWAY'S INTERNATIONALLY acclaimed chamber choir Cois Cladaigh, and the Galway Jazz Festival Ensemble, join forces for a concert in advance of the jazz festival which runs from October 6 to 9.
Eyre Square has undergone a metamorphosis in recent times. Before where dining options were few and far between, now there is an embarrassment of riches. At the station-end visit Jungle Cafe to sample some excellent Badger and Dodo coffee, the Gaslight at the Meyrick is always a pleasure, or An Pucán, always the craic. At the opposite end of the Square we have Cafe Express with stuffed sandwiches and thick crust pizzas, and Eyre Street Steakhouse for possibly the best wings in Galway. Poppyseed and many other dependable cafes have sprung up around Eyre Street providing all sorts of diverse lunch and dinner menus and light snacks. Elsewhere around the Square, Petit Pois does casual French bistro with charm and you can even have a Michelin Star experience in the area by popping into Loam.