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Tuesday 27th February 2018 14:20


Beginning Experience Dublin Spring Coping Programme 2018 / BE Dublin Team Please see attached


Death of Paddy Shanahan. Retired Aera Supervisor Clifden /
The death has occurred of Pat SHANAHAN
Waterfall house , Dooneen., Clifden, Galway / Roscrea, Tipperary

Peacefully at U.C.H.G., past president of Connemara Rugby Club and formerly of Roscrea, Co.Tipperary.Predeceased by his wife Evelyn (Kinneen)(Presentation Road, Galway ),sadly missed by his children Fiona, Odette, Martin, Dara and Deirdre,grandchildren Ian, Aaron,Kacie, and Aiden,great grandchildren Lily, Jamie and Rian, brothers Liam and Michael, sisters Maura, Sheila, Ann and Eileen,aunt Nell, sons in law, daughters in law, brothers in law, sisters in law, nephews, neices, relatives and a wide circle of friends.
Reposing on Monday 26th of February at Irwins funeral home Galway from 6pm until 8 pm. Reposing on Tuesday 27th of February at his residence in Clifden from 1pm until 7pm. Removal on Wednesday 28th at 1.45pm to St. Joseph Church, Clifden for requiem Mass at 2pm. Burial afterwards in Ardbear cemetery. House private on Wednesday morning by request.
My his soul Rest In Peace

Health, Safety & Wellbeing

Weekly Safety Performance Report / Group Safety Support
Please click on the link below to view our safety performance for this week. Weekly Safety Performance for Week Ending Sunday 25th February
Learning from Good Catches and Incidents helps us prevent them from happening again.
You can view the full archive of Safety Performance reports here, and through the A-Z. Thank you for supporting a safer ESB.

Sports & Social

Tai Chi, close to Windy Arbour Luas stop / Master Dong
Special 4 Class Introductory Offer for ESB Staff and Friends. Starting on Thursday 8th March from 7-8pm (cost 20e for 4 weeks).
Our Lady’s National School, Clonskeagh, St. Columbanus Road, Milltown, D14 (Windy Arbour Luas Stop). Suitable for all ages and all fitness levels.
Get your mind and body in shape for the summer!
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Tai Chi is a slow-motion, moving meditative exercise for relaxation, health and self-defense. Originally from China, Tai Chi has gained enormous popularity around the world for its health benefits.
Some of the benefits of Tai Chi include; stress reduction, improved circulation, the lessening of arthritic and other pain, an increase in flexibility, lowered blood pressure, and improved balance.
Master Dong Yang, comes from a traditional Chinese Kung Fu family. He is a native of Ji Lin province and an 8th-generation Shaolin Fo Han practitioner, a distinctive ancestral or family tradition-style learned under Grandmaster Zhang Qi Chen.
Master Dong is also a member of the Chinese Wushu Association, and is a qualified instructor in Taiji Quan (Tai Chi), Shaolin Fo Han Quan, and San Shou (Chinese Kick Boxing).