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Strictly dancers called to shine a second time for charity

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Strictly Come Dancing stars from around the county are being called to do battle on the dancefloor in a bid to be crowned Mayo’s Strictly champion couple.

Spring schedules swing into action

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Breaffy set to dance to Strictly beat

Popular all over Ireland and the UK thanks to the TV show of the same name, Strictly Come Dancing will come to Breaffy tonight with a strong local feel. Breaffy GAA Club in conjunction with the Mayo Mental Health Association is proud to present Strictly Come Dancing at the Breaffy House Events Area this evening.

Mullingar Arts Centre - there’s something for everyone!

Have you ever watched people with no previous training in dancing on those television programmes and thought to yourself, “Wish I could do that!”?

Kilmaine Football Club

Kilmaine Football Club are to host Strictly Come Dancing to help in the development of Kilmaine community grounds as well as the establishment of Pieta House West Centre in Tuam.

Straighten up Ireland!

From now until Christmas, there is an onslaught of weekend entertainment programmes and the British and Irish Chiropractic Association is warning that we could all be ‘Strictly Come Aching’ as a result. Research highlights that 28 per cent of the population already spend over 15 hours seated per day Monday to Friday. But for the next three months avid viewers of X Factor and Strictly Come Dancing could spend the equivalent of an extra two days on the sofa. Poor posture is one of the biggest causes of back pain in the UK and Ireland, and figures continue to rise, with 32 per cent of the nations currently suffering from back pain and 62 per cent having suffered.

 

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