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At this most enchanting time of year – ‘Sweet the evening air of May’, and all that – what better subject to focus on than paving? Sand and cement, jointing, hardcore and quarry screenings? Unromantic it may be, but good paving is far more important to your garden than pretty flowers.
THEATRE ROOM Galway is a monthly showcase of original one-act plays that are written, directed and performed by local theatre makers of all stripes, from professional to amateur.
Scientifically the most important key to weight loss is your metabolism.
As most parents know, getting rid of head lice in a household is both difficult and time consuming.
It is three years to the month since the signing into law by President Higgins of the Local Government Reform Act 2014. The act abolished Ireland’s 80 town councils as part of a range of measures designed to reform local administration. Three of those town councils operated in the Mayo towns of Ballina, Westport, and in the county capital, Castlebar. The debate continues as to whether the abolition of an entire tier of local government was largely beneficial or harmful. It may take longer than three years for any lasting effects to register themselves.
Seat dealer Western Motors has announced a host of offers as part of its open week, which is taking place this week (June 13 to June 18) at its dealership in Ballybrit in Galway.
Mayo Organic Group is delighted to be moving around the county for 2016 and will be visiting new towns and new venues. The first meeting of the year will be held at the VEC, in Westport, on Thursday January 21, at 8pm prompt. Smallholder Tom Lally will give a talk on his organic journey, touching on his reasons for being organic, the many skills and products he incorporates within his farm, and where he hopes to be in future years. All are welcome, including past and potential members. A full and vigorous programme of presentations and outings is planned for the year, with plenty to interest everyone.
The end of November means the end of Movember, the month when many men grow a moustache to raise funds to combat men’s cancers.
On Friday November 29, The Stock Exchange Bar will hold a fundraising Moustache Bash to celebrate the end of Male Health Awareness Month.
Freddie Mercury, Albert Einstein, Friedrich Nietzsche, Charlie Chaplin, Lemmy, Friedrich Engels, and Willy O’Dea are famous for their moustaches and Galway men can emulate them from tomorrow.