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Lackagh village is located just 10 miles from Galway city, close to Claregalway, and its newly opened and very successful secondary school Colaiste Bhaile Chlair, which is currently in its second year of operation. The village caters for all a family needs including a national school, Scoil Naisiunta Bhride, which has recently secured planning for a new school building, medical centre, chemist, supermarket, church, hardware store, café, and a children's playground at the nearby Turloughmore GAA centre.
Lackagh is located just 10 miles from Galway city, close to Claregalway and its newly opened and very successful secondary school Colaiste Bhaile Chlair, which is currently in its second year of operation. The village itself caters for all a family needs including a national school, Scoil Naisiunta Bhride which has recently secured planning for a new school building, medical centre, chemist, supermarket, church, hardware store, café, and a children's playground at the nearby Turloughmore GAA centre.
There is a lovely vintage quality about this photograph of the most elegant corner in Galway, which was taken about 1950 at almost 6.15 in the afternoon. It shows how the three corner buildings, all of which are slightly rounded, complement each other. It was always known as Moon’s Corner or Dillon’s corner, never McNamara’s corner.
Its Beauty review time at Matt O Flaherty Chemists, and having rigoursly sampled all the new launces, to bring you the best foundations, blushers, you name it, these are the ‘musts’ you have to try, selected by their team of beauty experts.
This photograph of a group of postmen was taken on December 17 1928 outside the General Post Office in Eglinton Street. The sorting office was inside the double gate, as was the long narrow passage that brought one into the back of the post office. The car in the background was a Model T. Notice the cobbled footpath.
Estée Lauder’s story is a remarkable tale of one woman’s mission to revolutionise the world of skincare
Estée Lauder is without doubt one of the absolute giants in the world of skincare, beauty, and fragrances.
Our photograph today is of the Galway Committee of the Pharmaceutical Union who organised a national conference of their peers here in the early 1960’s. They are, back row; Paul Hayes, Lydon’s Pharmacy; Gussie Hayes, Portumna; Tommy Farmer a medical rep and also a qualified pharmacist who lived and worked out of Devon Park. In front are Eibhlín Ó Beirn, Ó Beirn’s Pharmacy, Henry Street; Mary Breen; Mary Barry who worked in Merlin Park; Judy Walsh, Spiddal; Síle Ó Beirn, Henry Street; Laura Cunniffe, William Street and Salthill.
Sherry FitzGerald is offering this impressive four bedroom property located at No 133 Ros Caoin, Roscam, a quality housing development built by O'Malley Construction in 2003.
A FORMER betting shop in Athenry is now the location for a new exhibition showcasing the diverse artistic talent of both the town and its surrounding area.
The fog cleared just in time for 300 competitors from all over Ireland to descend on Blacksod for the highly successful Blacksod Point Challenge triathlon, which was won by Kevin Thornton of Base2Race who left the field behind him and broke the course record.