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No 2 Roscam Park is a wonderful detached four bedroom bungalow on a prime 0.14ha (0.35 acre) landscaped site in this highly popular location. The property has been lovingly maintained and is presented in excellent decorative order throughout.
We are edging closer to the gentler, warmer days but unfortunately, with the weather recently, it seems that summer may be a long way off. But what better way to cheer up your life than with a new hairstyle. It is very easy to get caught in a style rut with your hair and end up with the same colour and style for a decade but if you are thinking of change, the time to do it is now.
It is said that the first noticeable part of a woman’s beauty is her hair and that sets the tone for her entire look. For a man, a haircut is believed to say a lot about his personality. There are lots of opinions on the subject but one aspect of hairstyles that is universally agreed by man, woman, and child is that we want the best-trained hairdresser or barber to carry out the job on our hair, and Celtic Hair College is one of the best institutions in Galway for budding hopefuls to start their journey in the craft of barbering and hairdressing.
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Sonas Nursing Homes is one of the leading providers of care to an ever-growing elderly population in Ireland today.
Friends of Roger Brady, originally from Bray, County Wicklow, and who lived in Galway for two decades, between 1985 and 2005 were stunned when they learned of his untimely death on Thursday October 26 after a short illness.
In association with the Galway Advertiser's classified website, we discuss some of the major hair trends for autumn/winter.
Trevor Crowley brings panache, flair, and creativity to the fabric of hair. When he sits you in front of a mirror he brings a whole new understanding to the hair industry. With two big shows coming up, in the g Hotel in September and Picasso's Mansion, Marbella, in October, this creative being is gathering a worldwide reputation for showcasing for charity.
Katie Joyce has been through the mill, yet she is still only in her teens. For the past two years, the Clarinbridge teenager has battled serious illness, yet through it all, has faced all her challenges with determination and realisation that you do not fully appreciate life until your health is challenged.