Happy new year guys, hope everybody had a great Christmas.
2017 - new year, new you
As the decorations are being taken down and we face into the new year lots of us will have made resolutions to get fit in 2017. If you are looking to get in shape then let the team at Active Fitness put you on the right track. At Active Fitness the team focus’ on being the best version of yourself and creating good habits which will lead to results. For more info call 091) 381 250 or check out www.activefitness.ie
We are delighted to be once again a supporter of the annual Renmore Panto. This will be the 38th annual pantomime from the Renmore troupe, and will feature well-known Galway performers, electrifying dance routines, and the charming Renmore Smurfs, all bringing sparkle to this seasonal feast of family entertainment. It’s a wonderful day out for all the family. LITTLE RED Riding Hood, this year's Renmore Pantomime, promises to be a spectacular adventure of laughter, music, and song, scripted, as always by Panto Dame Peter Kennedy, and directed by AIMS award-winning twins Brian and Seán Power. The panto is selling out fast so make sure you get your tickets as soon as possible. www.renmorepantomime.com
Little Christmas - breast cancer research
Nollaig na mBan, or Women’s Little Christmas, is an old Irish tradition celebrated on January 6th each year, originally created as a day where women got together for a much needed rest after the stress of the Christmas season. This year, Galway based charity, Breast Cancer Research, are asking ladies to get together on January 6th to celebrate the end of the Christmas while helping to raise funds in support of Breast Cancer Research. We are delighted to be hosting a coffee moring on this Friday January 6th to raise some nuch needed funds for this excellent cause. www.breastcancerresearch.ie
This weekend see’s Connacht travel to Wales for Saturday’s Guinness PRO12 round 13 game away to Ospreys 1:30pm. The boys in Green are looking to get back to winning ways after a very tough Christmas programme. The squad is once again stuggling with injuries with Ultan Dillane and captain John Muldoon out for this one. Lets hope the new year see’s Pat’s charges get off to a succesful start. www.connachtrugby.ie