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TheFruitBrothers.ie, which launched in June, is bringing the best of what you fancy fruit wise to Galway businesses. Under the direction of the Burke Brothers, who run Burkes Fruit & Veg Ltd, this new service is ensuring that Galway companies have the option to eat better during working hours with daily fruit box deliveries into offices, work spaces, and businesses.
The weather is phenomenal at present. Everyone is basking in the glorious warmth of the sun and moods have been lifted throughout the country. However, if you do not like the heat and want to stay inside, why not keep yourself busy by sprucing up your home.
As it seems we are set to continue enjoying this sunny weather, hay fever could cause misery for numerous sufferers across Ireland.
Early this morning, letting the dog out to, ahem, powder her nose in the garden, a gentle humming reminded me that the day’s work was already under way for bees on the early shift. Closer inspection of a nearby catmint revealed several little furry bodies buzzing harmoniously as they moved methodically from one bloom to the next. This plant – Nepeta “Six Hills Giant” – is a magnet for them and you will often find several bees busy at work on the same plant.
They may look a bit like scientists from a sci-fi flick in their special white suits and head gear, but beekeepers are practitioners of an ancient art that has been enjoying something of a resurgence in Ireland in recent years.
1. Know your enemy.
On Friday April 20 from 11am to 1pm, Come Knit with Me, takes place for adults and children aged seven plus. No booking required.
La Maison Chic has been selected by Sia flowers and gifts as its representative for the west of Ireland.
Up to 400,000 people with asthma also suffer from hay fever (allergic rhinitis), which is triggered by pollen, dust and spores. Allergies often deter people from enjoying their garden.
A man from Newport had been a busy bee in helping to get 200,000 bees back into Ireland; in a joint initiative between Innocent smoothies and the Federation of Irish Beekeepers.