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Mullery auctioneers has recently brought to the market an attractive four bedroom semidetached residence in An Fiodan, Doughiska. The property is ideally positioned towards the end of a cul-de-sac within this well maintained development.
A meeting titled ‘Safe use of the Internet for Children and Teenagers’ is to be held in the city on Monday next. The event, organised by Fianna Fail councillor Ollie Crowe will brief parents and guardians on the significant challenges young people are faced with daily via their online activity.
An Athlone native has been shortlisted for the prestigious IMAGE businesswoman of the year accolade. Catherine Kiveney, who operates her online businesses, TheHen.ie, TheStag.ie, DivorcePartyIdeas.ie and ForTheCraic.ie, in Monksland Business Park, will attend the annual awards ceremony to take place in the Clayton Hotel, Dublin, on Monday, November 25.
Tickets are still available for this weekend's Astro-Nomic Carnmore LipSync Challenge being held to raise funds for the fantastic new astro pitch facility at Carnmore GAA grounds.
Carnmore legends past and present to take part in AstroNomic Lip-sync challenge to fund new astro facility
Dozens of Carnmore hurling and camogie stars from the past and the present will be hoping to lip-sync their way to glory in the Astro-Nomic Carnmore Challenge next week.
Anam Cara Galway, will host a parent support evening in the Clayton Hotel, Briat Hill on November 6 at 7.20pm As the dark evenings draw in and the Festive Season starts to make its presence felt this is one time of year most bereaved parents wish they could forget about.
ON BANK Holiday Sunday, October 27, in the Clayton Hotel, nine acts will take to the stage to emulate their idols and perform a range of crowd pleasing songs to raise funds for the Galway Autism Partnership.
Two fighters from the Galway Black Dragon Kickboxing Club, Dara Mannion from Westside in Galway city and Jamie O'Sullivan from Clonberne, Co Galway, will take to the ring in Galway in the Clayton Hotel on Saturday night with high hopes of becoming All Ireland champions.
SOME OF the greatest names in Irish traditional music - Frankie Gavin, Cherish the Ladies, Seán and Matt Keane, Mary Bergin, John Faulkner - will perform at a concert in memory of Portumna publican Seán Henry.
They say an army marches on its stomach and that is very much the case at The Clayton Galway. It has something of a reputation for being a business hotel, but there is much more to it than that. Located just off the M6 motorway, on the edge of Galway city, it is well supplied with conference and meeting rooms and the leisure centre is the ideal place to relax and unwind after a busy day.