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The majority of Galway people underestimate how much water they use at home, according to the results of a survey published by Irish Water this week.
The new outdoor hot tub in The Coast Club at the Connemara Coast Hotel was unveiled this week. The six person tub overlooks the wonderful hotel gardens that lead down to the shore and the spectacular views of Galway Bay and the Burren in the distance. The warm water and the powerful jets within the tub offer therapeutic relief for sore muscles and tired bodies, so it is ideal for use after a workout or to relax after a tough day at the office. Rain or shine, the outdoor hot tub is the place to be.
John Quinn & Co has received instructions to offer for sale No 44 Clareview Park, Ballybane. This home, which is in top-class condition, has the added attraction of having a superb extension comprising kitchen, downstairs bathroom with shower, and a bedroom.
In order to avoid personal hardship and damage to your home or business premises, Mayo County Council has advised householders and businesses to make the following preparations.
Government funding of €1 million has been awarded to the Cong Water Supply Scheme as part of the €1.9 million contract to improve the scheme. The money has been made available under the Water Services Investment Programme 2010-2012 and has been welcomed by Taoiseach Enda Kenny.
Are you having a clean out before winter sets in? Tidying out the garden shed or farmsheds? Claremorris AFC is looking for all types of scrap metals including old gates, bicycles, old radiators, car parts, copper pipes or cylinders, etc. No load is too big or too small. Ring Steven on 086 816 7470, Tony on 087 150 1155, or Peter on 087 643 0194 for more information.
Galway City Council staff are continuing to deal the consequences of the recent freeze and thaw and the disruption which this has caused to the city’s water supply. There are still individual premises experiencing difficulties with supply and there are also issues regarding water levels in the city’s reservoirs as well as large numbers of leaks on services which require repair.
Why not make it your New Year’s resolution for 2011 to take steps to improve the energy efficiency of your home, a move which brings financial as well as ecological benefits.