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The words of the late John O’Donohue, “The beginning often holds the clue to everything that follows” could be said to be prophetic if applied to the date of May 1, 1952, in Salthill. On that day, the courageous Sisters of Jesus and Mary opened a national school in what had been a small hotel known as Dalysfort House or Allen’s Hotel in Árd na Mara. They called it Scoil Íde and had 43 pupils. I don’t know if the teachers, Sisters Immaculata and Celine, had any idea of what kind of impact that beginning would make on education and social life in Galway, but if they had, it would have been beyond their wildest dreams.
In 1951 Hastings Elliott Jephson was working in the ESB in Galway when he had the idea of setting up a hockey club in the city. He and his friend George Bevis decided to see if there was merit in this notion, so they simply went from door to door around town asking people if they would have any interest in playing the game of hockey.
O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale an attractive four bed semidetached family home in the much sought after development of Bru na Mara at Fort Lorenzo, Galway.
Enhanced cycling infrastructure is planned for Bothar Stiofáin, Bishop O'Donnell Road, and Threadneedle Road, under a new plan by the Galway City Council.
The sales agents at O'Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers have been embracing new technology and working hard to bring you alternative ways of viewing properties. The team are currently filming all of their properties that are for sale and are vacant, in order to provide customers with virtual viewing tours.
No 11 The Gardens is a quality detached family home with a south facing rear garden in a small private development of just 12 homes. It is located in Salthill, just off Threadneedle Road at the end of a cul de sac and beside a range of schools, sports amenities, and the established services of the area. Built circa 1990 by the present owners, it has proven to be a happy home.
First O’Donnellan & Joyce nationwide property auction of the year offers an extensive list of properties
The auction team at O’Donnellan & Joyce are busy with final viewings and enquiries on their list of 50 properties which go for sale in the company's latest nationwide property auction tomorrow, February 28. The auction will commence at 12 noon in The Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road, Galway, with registration open from 11am.
The O’Donnellan & Joyce offices at 5 Mary Street Galway are buzzing with energy this week as auction staff are busy attending to the phones and email enquiries ahead of the upcoming auction on Friday February 28 in the Harbour Hotel, Galway. With 50 properties going under the auction hammer in every corner of the country, it is no wonder that auctioneer Colm O’Donnellan is known nationwide for his energy and enthusiasm on the podium as the company continues to grow into a nationwide service provider.
O’Donnellan & Joyce has a selection of starter homes and larger family homes for sale in its spring property auction on Friday 28 February. Siobhra Hennessy, auction co-ordinator with O’Donnellan & Joyce, commented: “There’s great value in the February auction with a nice variety of homes to suit first time buyers or families looking to upsize. Our selection of property going under the hammer on February 28 includes properties in counties Donegal, Sligo, Mayo, Roscommon, Galway, Tipperary, and all the way over to Westmeath and Dublin. There is something for everybody.”