ECO ADVENTURES

“Be Smart in the Sun" this Bank Holiday



As the great weather is set to continue we would like to remind you to “Be Smart in the Sun”. We recommend that you make yourself aware of the weather forecast and seek shade, cover up, wear sunglasses and sunscreen.


You can check the weather on our website. Either goto the Blog tab and scroll down for the Aghada area, or goto our home page, on the right hand side look for local weather.


Getting too much sun can be harmful whatever your age. It exposes your skin to ultra violet radiation (UV rays) that can damage skin and may lead to skin cancer. With good protection against UV rays, most cases of skin cancer could be avoided. Check the UV Index each day to understand the risk level and follow the steps below to get the best protection possible.


Step 1: Seek some shade

Good shade can give up to 75% protection from UV rays protecting from direct and indirect UV rays. When outdoors, UV rays can reach you in one of two ways:

  • Directly from the sun