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The Connacht Hotel on the Dublin Road, Renmore, is inviting Galwegians to join them tomorrow for their annual fundraising event for Daffodil Day from 10am to 12 noon.
Open 24 hours, seven days a week, Active 24 Fitness at The Connacht Hotel will ensure that you are getting the best out of every visit to the club. It offers a variety of memberships with something to suit everyone and every schedule, including family, off-peak, student, active retired, pool only memberships, and corporate memberships. So if you, or your company, like the idea of an active 2016, get in touch with Active 24 Fitness today.
Galway's first 24 hour gym has already inspired lots of people to make a difference to their health during 2015 and has made a massive impact in its first year of the new opening hours. January is a busy month for the health and fitness industry generally, but extending the opening hours to offer members a more flexible work out-life balance is seeing results. Interest in the 24 hour opening has been incredible, and the positive appeal of the 24 hour opening is sure to interest many. So if you have not put in place your 2016 resolutions yet, it is not too late, visit Active 24 Fitness & Leisure and be inspired.
THE CHOIR of Renmore’s Scoil Chaitríona Senior national school will perform its new anthem, celebrating life in the school, and release a mini-album of songs, on Wednesday December 9.
Open 24 hours, seven days a week, Active 24 Fitness at The Connacht Hotel is buzzing with activity and will certainly get you in the right mindset in the run-up to the holiday period.
Sherry FitzGerald is offering this large detached five bedroom home at Dalystown, Kylebrack, Loughrea, to the market for sale by auction. Finished to a very high standard, there is excellent space offered both internally and externally.
The Connacht Hotel in Renmore will be hosting a coffee morning tomorrow Friday October 23 in aid of Breast Cancer Research.
TD Paul Murphy will be in Galway next week to address a public meeting on the issues of housing, water charges, political policing, and the “need for a political revolution” in the upcoming General Election.