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The minute you turn into Rockbarton Park, off Salthill Promenade, you will immediately see why so many people would love to call this home. No 64 Rockbarton Park is just a stroll from the Promenade in a beautiful mature residential setting. Unfortunately these exclusive residential developments are a thing of the past, built when green areas and spacious living accommodation were not extras. This home is a rare find as it has a large sun filled west facing back garden with lots of room to extend if additional living space were required.
The election, on May 24 1921 in the six counties of what was to become Northern Ireland, resulted in the Unionist Party winning 40 of the 52 seats. Catholics in the six counties would now be forced to stare down the barrel of partition and sectarianism as a new order was set in place.
Moate Community School has formally launched its Centre of Excellence following the recent completion of a brand-new full-size soccer pitch with LED floodlights and spectator area.
Connacht Hockey has been given a glimmer of hope to continue fostering the sport in Galway with the extension of the government's sports capital grant this year.
At Level 5, the public health risk means that you will be asked to stay at home, except for travel for work, education or other essential purposes, or to take exercise within 5km of home. There will be no gatherings other than small numbers at funerals and weddings.
A total of €22,000 has been allocated by the Galway City Council to 11 groups and clubs in the city under the Minority Sport and Activity Fund.
Public tennis courts in the Westside Amenity Park, McGrath’s field in Knocknacarra, as well as Crestwood and Roscam, are undergoing refurbishment works by the Galway City Council.
At a recent Mayo Sports Partnership Board meeting €25,600 was allocated to 34 clubs / organisations in Mayo through the Partnerships 2020 special participation and volunteer support grant scheme.
As the local schools return to normal and the commute roads become particularly laden with vehicle congestion, Town Mayor, Cllr. Aengus O’Rourke, has implored the creation and implementation of a traffic management plan for the Retreat area, in which three education establishments are located, Marist College, Our Lady’s Bower and Athlone Community College.
Galway sport is taking a tentative step towards reopening this week with golf and tennis clubs among the first in the Government's roadmap since enforced closure due to Covid-19.