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Everyone is capable of learning to swim. The team at Braemor SC have successfully taught the very young from three years of age to the more senior age groups to swim.
An East Galway TD has said that the launch later in 2019 of the Burren Discovery Trail will lead to the development of key services for visitors to South Galway.
Everyone is capable of learning to swim. The team at Braemor SC have successfully taught the very young from three years of age to the more senior age groups to swim. Having an experienced instructor in the water as well as on the side of the pool helps even the most nervous pupils overcome their fear of water and succeed in learning to swim.
Five Galway teenagers are to be nominated for an Irish Water Safety award for their heroic actions in rescuing a man from the River Corrib on Sunday night.
Western Management Centre has now added a first aid course to its training schedule which will run over three Saturdays in October.
Everyone is capable of learning to swim. The team at Braemor SC have successfully taught the very young to the more senior age groups to swim.
The Mayo branch of Irish Community Rapid Response (ICRR) has announced that quarter two of this year has been quite a busy period for its volunteer doctor. In the second quarter of 2016 Mayo ICRR has responded to a total of 37 calls for assistance from the HSE National Ambulance Service. This included five road traffic accidents, six cardiac arrests, and two sick children as well as other critically ill and injured patients.
Local dog rescue charity MADRA will hold a Puppy Adoption Day at St Joseph’s Community Centre in Shantalla this Saturday, January 9, from 12 - 3.30 pm.
HR Connections offers a range of first aid and other health and safety courses which can be customised to suit any industry, as well as programmes for transition year and PLC students and courses for the public.
It was an early start on Saturday, September 6 for the Mayo Lifesaving Team as they made their way down to the sunny south-east for the Irish Surf Lifesaving Championships. Brittas Bay in County Wicklow was the venue for this year’s annual lifesaving competition which sees the top lifesavers from all over Ireland compete for the top prize of the President's Cup.