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If Sylvia Plath was hoping for some kind of rapprochement between herself and her husband Ted Hughes during their brief stay with the late Richard Murphy at Cleggan, Co Galway, in September 1962, she was to be quickly disillusioned. In fact she would be abandoned, and plunged into despair. Yet following a visit to Coole Park, and Thoor Ballylee, Sylvia was to take away a spiritual connection with the poet WB Yeats, and a feeling of peace in the tragic build up to her suicide some five months later.
The history of Galway as an educational centre dates from the close of the Middle Ages. The Free School of Galway became so celebrated for its classical learning that it had more than 1,200 students from all over the country attending its courses under Alexander Lynch in 1615, when it was suppressed by King James I.
An East Galway TD has welcomed progress in efforts to return the Turoe Stone to Bullaun.
Architecture at the Edge festival, which was conceived to help local citizens understand the many ways architecture impacts our lives, has launched its programme for this month’s event and its central theme stems from a debate held this summer about the re-use of key spaces within the city.
The 2019 programme for the 42nd Clifden Arts Festival (September 18 to 29 ) has been launched with a strong line-up of national talent.
In what will be its 42nd festival, Clifden Arts Festival is to return with a host of theatre, opera, dance, music, and artistic delights.
Galway’s Pálás cinema designed by dePaor Architects, won two prestigious awards over the weekend with the building honoured by the Royal Irish Institute of Architects in Dublin and the Galvanizers Association in London.
Costa na Mara has proved to be one of Oranmore's premier estates and even won an architect award soon after completion. It is pivotally positioned for ease of access to the city and within walking distance of the train station and village. No 84 Costa na Mara is well positioned in the development, and enjoys suberb light to its rear aspect and living areas. This house is presented in pristine condition with modern finishes and exquisite interiors.
One way to instantly identify the historical style of a home is by its windows.
In an effort to educate and inspire first-time buyers gearing up to take those initial, apprehensive steps onto the property ladder, and to demystify the buying process, Burkeway Homes will host a free Smarter Buyer event on Saturday April 6 at the Hotel Meyrick in Galway.