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Donoghue welcomes funding to remove Sliabh Aughty waste
SALT Float and Recovery Suites is the go-to place for optimising mental and physical wellbeing in Galway. Located two minutes off the M6 in Briarhill Business Park, if you are looking to manage pain or add some pleasure to your health routine SALT Float and Recovery Suites is open seven days a week.
The ESB is to cease generating electricity in Shannonbridge and Lanesboro at the end of 2020, news which will have a detrimental impact on employment within the Midlands region.
We’re celebrating all Dads this Father’s Day with an experience that will really show your Dad how loved he is. Start your day with a delicious 3-course lunch in Marinas, complete with a complimentary pint for the man himself and a dessert buffet packed with sweet treats. Then, make your way to spirit one spa where all Dads get a complementary thermal suite pass as a thank you from us to him for simply being his great self.
At The Spa in Shearwater Hotel, a recent winner of RSVP’s Best Spa in Connaught Award 2018; they pride themselves on advanced skincare & luxurious body treatments. The Spa have recently teamed up with Renew Skin Clinic who cater for all your needs and offer revolutionary aesthetic treatments.
The Spirit One Spa at the Radisson Blu Hotel and Spa has been awarded the prestigious title of Resident Spa of the Year at this year’s Irish Beauty Industry Awards which took place in Dublin recently.
Chill Spa at the Ice House Hotel is hosting ‘Wellness for Cancer Care Day’ on Friday, October 20, between 2pm and 6pm. Wellness for Cancer Care will give current and recent cancer patients, along with their carers and family, a fun and pampering afternoon with masterclasses, expert talks, and information on how to care for the body, the skin, and of course in doing so, the mind, during or after cancer treatment. There will be delicious drinks and nibbles, a chance to mingle, and mini spa treatments. The small entrance fee of €10 per person will be donated to Mayo Pink Ribbon charity.
This stunning and spacious three bedroom duplex is located at No 40 Sailin, Dublin Road, just 1km from the city centre.
James Hardiman, in his history of Galway, mentions a spring well that was reputedly 1,000 years old. He described it as “A Chalybeate spring of the same class as the celebrated Scarborough Waters, outside the East Gate was in great repute here. A spa house has been erected over it by a Mr. Eyre (who sailed with Columbus when America was discovered) and is much frequented.” Hardiman attributed to the tonic qualities of the water the numerous instances of longevity which he observed in the district.