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High Street facades

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Galway Grammar School was founded by Erasmus Smith about 1667 in a temporary premises and it moved to High Street about 1684. An entry in the records for January 22 1684 reads: “That Dr. John Coghill be desired to write unto Mr. Patrick Mains in Gallaway that he will more particularly inspect the house there belonging unto Sir Robert Ward concerning the necessary repairs to make it convenient for a school and a commodious dwelling for the schoolmaster and usher and for boarders lodgings that it will amount to.”

The book auction

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FOR SOME unknown reason, I have only ever attended two book auctions and did not bid at either, so when an important customer asked me over a fortnight ago to attend one in Kells and to bid on his behalf I felt as though I was going out on my first date. The prospect was as fascinating as it was terrifying.

The book auction

FOR SOME unknown reason, I have only ever attended two book auctions and did not bid at either, so when an important customer asked me over a fortnight ago to attend one in Kells and to bid on his behalf I felt as though I was going out on my first date. The prospect was as fascinating as it was terrifying.

Aideen Barry - exploring gothic terror in suburbia

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EDGAR ALLEN POE’S The Fall Of The House Of Usher imagined a dwelling place which contained a dark secret that overwhelmed and destroyed its owner.

'Bright Lights, Big City' takes to the stage with Dancewise

Dancewise Academy is proud to present their eighth annual show ‘Bright Lights Big City’ in the Watergate Theatre on June 23 - 25 at 8pm nightly and with a special Matinee on Sunday June 26 at 2.30pm.

Carmel’s — styling the women of the west for forty years

A visit to Carmel’s Fashions of Ballina is a must this season. It’s the one-stop-shop for top fashion and international designer labels in the west.

Local Deputy falls ill in Dail

Local TD Willie Penrose was taken to hospital yesterday, October 30 after he fell ill in the Dáil during a vote on the Budget’s education cuts.

Five off as West United progress in FAI Junior

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West United 10

New youth theatre show ready to go

Castlebar’s very own DoYou Playhouse brings its exciting new production Multiplex to the Linenhall Arts Centre on Monday November 16 and Tuesday November 17 at 8pm.

 

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