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Our illustration today is of the letterhead of JJ Ward who owned The Motor and Cycle House on Eyre Square. This building is shown on the left of our illustration. It was originally occupied by Gilbeys and was next door to what is the Imperial Hotel today. James Ward set up in business here in 1903 and invited the public to ‘inspect the largest stock, the best chosen variety and the best value in Connaught in Cycles and Accessories’. In 1909 he wrote: “In my repair shop, I have the same group of hands working who have worked under me for 6 years – they know their work and do it well. I’ll give you a cycle for £7 7s as good as you can get elsewhere for a much higher price. In fact it is worth £9 9s.”
Glass artist Laura Quinn, originally from Mayo and now based in the UK, has been awarded by the Design & Crafts Council Ireland (DCCI) Future Makers programme.
KEVIN PARKER is a literary agent in London, but his is not a glamorous life. Professionally and personally, everything is falling apart around him.
Mayo County Council Arts Service is delighted to announce the deadline for the following awards: Mayo Arts Service Creative Ireland Cultural Diversity Curatorial Award and the Film Mayo Creative Ireland Award. The deadline for these awards is Monday, November 16.
Mrs Eliza Martin, threw caution to the wind, and settled down to live openly with Mr John Petrie, a merchant, at his London house in Soho Square. Her flaunting of the end of her 13 years marriage to Richard Martin, a man of legendary accomplishments, and the owner of vast lands in Connemara, who was not a man to be reckoned with, left society wondering what his response would be to this embarrassment.
Melissa Walsh is the business owner of MW Design, Print & Signs, located at Lakeside Retail Park, Claremorris. Melissa established her award-winning design, print and signs business in 2003, now celebrating 17 Years in business.
DNG Maxwell, Heaslip & Leonard presents to the market this exceptional three bedroom home, which is presented in mint condition, having being lovingly cared for and maintained by the current owner. It is located in the ever popular Túr Uisce development on the immediate eastern periphery of Galway city and adjacent to a variety of excellent amenities including national and secondary schools, city bus routes, Dunnes Stores, Lidl, the Clayton Hotel, Merlin Park Hospital, Galway Clinic, and all the major employers in the nearby Parkmore, Briarhill, and Ballybrit business parks. It is also close to the M6, M17, and M18 motorways, allowing for ease of access to all major cities and commuter towns.
Interactive art and science workshops for children will take place in Galway next week, in a collaboration between CÚRAM, the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Medical Devices, and the Baboró International Arts Festival for Children.
No matter how lovely your garden is, you must admit that sometimes it would be really convenient if you could just add a roof. Fresh air is all very well and we need the rain for sure, but wouldn’t it be lovely if we could enjoy the garden without the rain actually falling on us while we do it?
Mayo County Council launched an initiative at the start of the summer helping hospitality businesses to reopen to the new way of doing business.