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With the weather now turning cold for winter, it is becoming more and more important to keep indoor plants warm and cosy so they can survive and thrive into spring.
Harsh winter weather leads to severe famine.
With winter fast approaching, extra care needs to be taken on the roads, particularly with greater falls of rainfall at this time of year.
As winter arrives, we are all looking for ways to keep warm, but have you considered the food you are eating?
If you are seeking stylish ways to keep warm during the brutal winter months without looking like a walking sleeping bag, look no further.
Now winter is well and truly and the nights are drawing in, motorists need to be more aware of pedestrians and vulnerable road user.
An often-neglected part of our skin is the lips. They are particularly prone to cracking, dryness and soreness in blustery, chilly autumn so give them some nourishing love, with one of these two great products available from Pauline Cawley Skin and Beauty Clinic.
There is a strong sense of impending Christmas about Galway this week. Tomorrow, the city lights will be switched on, in a progressive way by a city-hopping Santa who will by the end of his journey have brought the power of illumination to us all. The crews have been working on this and on the Christmas Market stalls and huts for the past seven days. The clang clang of their hammers and drills; the constant beeping of the reversing vehicles; the rattling of the dividing fences that will provide safety, the chatter of men dangling by ropes from the steel structure that forms the big Ferris wheel, almost 100 feet above the ground.
Winter is drawing in fast. A glance out of your front window during the past few days will tell you that.
Some 1,000 tonnes of grit and 15,000 sandbags are in storage for use by Westmeath County Council in preparation for any serious weather conditions this winter.