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Madden’s garage, 1936

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The Madden brothers came originally from near Ballinasloe. They emigrated to the US and when the depression happened, one of them, Jackie, made up his mind to remain in America, but the others decided to return to Galway and set up in business. Two of them, Willy and Charley, developed the nurseries on Taylor’s Hill, Miko opened a garage in Woodquay, and Jimmy built this garage at Nile Lodge with the help of his brother Willy. It was on a terrific location, situated on a junction of the two main roads from the city to Salthill.

Madden’s garage, 1936

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The Madden brothers came originally from near Ballinasloe. They emigrated to the US and when the depression happened, one of them, Jackie, made up his mind to remain in America, but the others decided to return to Galway and set up in business. Two of them, Willy and Charley, developed the nurseries on Taylor’s Hill, Miko opened a garage in Woodquay, and Jimmy built this garage at Nile Lodge with the help of his brother Willy. It was on a terrific location, situated on a junction of the two main roads from the city to Salthill.

Triple win for The Galway Plaza at prestigious industry awards

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The Galway Plaza came out on top in the Motorway Service Station and Best Forecourt Facilities categories at the annual Ireland’s Forecourt & Convenience Retailer Awards. In what was a great night for Galway, Brian Joyce won Manager of the Year for The Galway Plaza as well. The awards recognise excellence of service and facilities at national level. The event took place at the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road, Dublin.

Work by an Athlone artist features at Tokyo Exhibition

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A student attending Scoil na gCeithre Maistri had her art work exhibited at th 19th International High School Arts Festival in Tokyo.

Young Mayo artist represents Ireland at major Tokyo exhibition

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Young Mayo artist Hetty Lawlor – an 18-year old from Kilmeena, near Westport, and a former pupil at the local Sacred Heart School – has returned from Japan after attending the 19th International High School Arts Festival in Tokyo at which her prize-winning entry in this year's 64th Texaco Children's Art Competition was displayed.

Fuel up, and fuel Galway’s hunt for glory

Every time you fuel yourself or your vehicle at the Galway Plaza and Supermac’s this summer, you will be helping Galway’s teams on their chase for silverware.

Hetty Lawlor's artistic talent shines through again

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Mayo artist follows in her father's footsteps winning overall prize in Texaco Children's Art Competition

Artist Fiona Concannon to hit this years Christmas market!

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FIONA CONCANNON, a professional artist from Spiddal, Is currently working on a series of Watercolour Paintings which capture the beauty of the West of Ireland.

Westmeath artworks feature in Kildare exhibition

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Artworks by three Westmeath students – all winners in the Texaco Children’s Art Competition – have gone on exhibition at Kildare’s Crookstown Craft Village complex near Ballitore, which is open to the public from 10am-6pm daily until December 22.

Moate student’s artwork to feature in Texaco Art exhibition

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A painted work by Moate student, Oisin Johnston, a former winner in the Texaco Children’s Art Competition, has been included in an exhibition being held at Crookstown Craft Village in Ballitore on Friday, November 25.

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