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Below are some of the latest websites we have launched.

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New Website for Salmon Poetry

Solas Web Design recently completed a new website for Salmon Poetry. Salmon Poetry, taking its name from the Salmon of Knowledge in Celtic mythology, was established in 1981 as an alternative voice in Irish literature. The Salmon, a journal of poetry and prose was a flagship for writers in the west of Ireland, and Salmon’s first books, Gonella by Eva Bourke and Goddess on the Mervue Bus by Rita Ann Higgins broke new ground for women poets. Since then over 200 volumes of poetry have been produced, and Salmon has become one of the most important publishers in the Irish literary world. By specialising in the promotion of new poets, particulary women poets, Salmon has enriched Irish literary publishing.

Visit: www.salmonpoetry.com

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New Website for Optique Opticians

Solas Web Design recently completed a new website for Optique Opticians in Galway City. Owned and run by Elaine O’Sullivan F.A.O.I. Optometrist, Optique Opticians opened its doors on the first of October 2007. This state of the art Opticians is a visually striking shop that awakens the senses in more ways than one. One is greeted by the aroma of freshly brewed coffee, funky orange leather chairs, stunning eyewear in steel and frosted glass surroundings.

Visit: www.optique.ie

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New Website for Almedya Limited

Solas Web Design recently completed a new website for Almedya Limited has been trading for the last nine years and is established as builders of apartments, retail units, one off houses and quality residental housing estates. Over the last two years we have developed our Civil contracting and Plant hire business and now have a establised customer base and contracts portfolio.

Visit: www.almedyalimited.com

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New website for Poet Máighréad Medbh

Solas Web Design recently completed a new website for poet Máighréad Medbh. Máighréad Medbh was born in Newcastle West, County Limerick, Ireland. Since the publication of her critically-acclaimed first collection, ‘The Making of a Pagan’ (Blackstaff Press), in 1990, she has become widely known as a poet who applies much creative energy to the performance of her work. She was one of the few poets who popularised performance poetry in Ireland in the 1990s. She has performed, to consistently good reviews, at a large number of venues in Ireland, Great Britain, the United States, mainland Europe and on the broadcast media.

Visit: www.maighreadmedbh.ie