It’ll be men doing the housework as ladies head to The House to celebrate Little Christmas

At the launch in the House Hotel on Monday of Galway Women's Little Christmas were (l-r) Hazel Hendy of Galway Simon, Julie Kelly of Brown Thomas, Sarah Cooke O'Neill - The Little Cup Cake, Margaret Jenkins The House Hotel, Gill Carroll Lynchs Café, Elka Stillman Galway Simon and Aoife Coughlan of Born Clothing. The funky afternoon tea on Nollaig na nBan - January 6 in the House Hotel will raise money for Galway Simon.  
Photo:-Mike Shaughnessy

At the launch in the House Hotel on Monday of Galway Women's Little Christmas were (l-r) Hazel Hendy of Galway Simon, Julie Kelly of Brown Thomas, Sarah Cooke O'Neill - The Little Cup Cake, Margaret Jenkins The House Hotel, Gill Carroll Lynchs Café, Elka Stillman Galway Simon and Aoife Coughlan of Born Clothing. The funky afternoon tea on Nollaig na nBan - January 6 in the House Hotel will raise money for Galway Simon.   Photo:-Mike Shaughnessy

Ladies, pass on the tradition of Women’s Little Christmas on Friday January 6 in The House Hotel from 1pm. The organisers are calling on all the ladies of Galway to invite a friend, daughter, mother, granny or any inspiring woman in your life along to The House Hotel where they will be celebrating the tradition of Women’s Little Christmas in style. Proceeds are being donated to the Galway Simon Community.

Nollaig na mBan is so called because of a tradition of Irish men taking on all the household duties for the day.

So ladies come on down to The House Hotel enjoy a festive cocktail and a funky afternoon teaparty filled with yummy nibbles and cupcakes from the The Little Cupcake Lady.

On the day we will have lots of beauty tips from Heaven Scent and a chance to win a make over with Born Clothing.

Tickets are €20 per person and are on sale in The House Hotel and at Ticketmaster in Shop Street, with proceeds going to the Galway Simon Community — whose motto is the solution to homelessness is a home.

 

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