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A charming cottage set on a mature site of c10 acres with lake frontage onto Bóluisce is for sale by Keane Mahony Smith.
The passing of former SDLP leader, John Hume, has resulted in numerous eulogies affording immense credit to the Derry native’s persistent quest towards the achievement of peace and reconciliation during his political career.
DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard, one of the west of Ireland's most progressive estate agencies, has launched the latest in its summer series of online auctions which will take place on Friday September 4. The Galway city based firm is leading the way since switching seamlessly to the online platform, which has taken the hassle out of the bidding process for potential buyers.
Mullery auctioneers has just brought to the market a superb residence boasting a highly desirable location on Dalton Drive in Salthill. Number 26 has been renovated and extended in recent years and includes a stunning rear extension designed by architect Pat McCabe. A number of cleverly designed windows and roof lights allow light to pour into this vast space which overlooks the rear garden.
Every year a Poet’s Picnic is held in celebration of the birthday of WB Yeats. This year is no exception. On afternoon of Saturday 13 June between 2 and 3 pm, live from the poet’s tower in Galway, there will be livestreaming event of poetry, music, and memories for Yeats’s 155th birthday. This is the first in a series of events held all summer long at Thoor Ballylee, as the tower opens virtually and for outdoor visitors in compliance with Covid 19 restrictions.
BY DECLAN VARLEY
The Poet’s Picnic is an annual celebration of WB Yeats’ birthday on June 13. Lovers of Yeats’ poetry have gathered and feasted on the grounds of the Norman tower house that was his summer home, and the inspiration for some of his most beautiful work.
Local Green Party Councillor, Louise Heavin, has been appointed to the role of Heritage spokesperson for the political party.
In a novel approach, Louise Heavin and Gary Cunningham of Cunningham Heavin Architects, are offering virtual home consultations in exchange for charity donations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In 1939, the Government decided there was no longer need for a jail in Galway. Galway County Council then decided to transfer the site of the jail to the Bishop of Galway for a nominal sum as a site for the erection of a cathedral.