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A total of €44,000 has been set aside in the Galway City Council budget to carry out a feasibility study on re-introducing the tidal pools at Ladies Beach in Salthill.
Ballyglass RNLI and Belmullet Tidal Pool Swimmers have won a golden welly award for their recent fundraising efforts for the charity that saves lives at sea.
A petition calling for the reconstruction and reopening of the tidal swimming pools at Ladies Beach in Salthill has reached more than 4,500 signatures.
One of Galway’s longest established recreational facilities looks set to shut down its swimming pool and gym operations due to financial difficulties.
Wholly refurbished, Zen Leisure Club and Swimming Pool at Athlone Springs Hotel, is welcoming members, regular and new, in line with pertinent public health and safety guidelines.
Local Independent Councillor, Michael O’Brien, has welcomed the news that detailed plans for an outdoor swimming pool in the river Shannon, will come before Athlone Municipal District for consideration in the coming months.
Galway's first 24 hour gym has already inspired lots of people to make a difference to their health during 2015 and has made a massive impact in its first year of the new opening hours. January is a busy month for the health and fitness industry generally, but extending the opening hours to offer members a more flexible work out-life balance is seeing results. Interest in the 24 hour opening has been incredible, and the positive appeal of the 24 hour opening is sure to interest many. So if you have not put in place your 2016 resolutions yet, it is not too late, visit Active 24 Fitness & Leisure and be inspired.
Athlone Regional Sports Centre was awarded the prestigious White Flag Gold Standard Award at the annual Ireland Active National White Flag Quality Standards Awards last Friday night, November 27.
The Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, and Minister for Sport, Michael Ring, on Monday visited the site of the new National Outdoor Pursuits Academy and swimming pool as contractors arrived on site to begin work.
Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Michael Ring, was back on his old stomping ground on Monday when he was back in the chamber of Mayo County Council to give a presentation on his work, with a particular emphasis on tourism in the county. The Minister, who was a member of the council until the dual mandate was got rid of in 2004, took his seat at the top bench of the chamber alongside the council officials rather than in the on the right flank of the chamber where he sat as a councillor.