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The Oxfam Kilkenny shop urgently needs donations of saleable items, as its stock levels are currently critically low.
This November and December, the Oxfam Kilkenny shop is urging locals to choose their Christmas presents from its alternative gifts catalogue Unwrapped.
Oxfam Ireland in Kilkenny held a day of fun and festivities to celebrate Donation Day last Friday which is attempting to highlight the need for donations to Oxfam.
Oxfam Ireland is calling on the people of Kilkenny to join them for a day of fun and festivities to celebrate Donation Day.
Oxfam Ireland is extremely proud to welcome shoppers to its new Mullingar shop on 3 Oliver Plunkett Street, which is the first Oxfam Ireland shop to open anywhere in the Midlands region. Oxfam’s official opening will commence at 11am next Thursday June 3 when the opening ceremony will be performed by a local celebrity!
A strong line-up of performers remains in tact for the proposed Dysart Festival, which had originally been planned for the grounds of Dysart Castle in Thomastown, but due to poor ticket sales has been moved to a city centre venue.
Following on from the success of his first Mayoral Hootenanny, Mayor Malcolm Noonan has taken it upon himself to organise a second musical extravaganza in aid of the thousands of people displaced in earthquake-torn Haiti.
A new survey conducted by Oxfam Ireland has revealed Irish people still intend to buy charity Christmas gifts this year, despite tightening their spending belts overall.
THE CELLAR Bar on Eglinton Street is about to become a great centre of live original music, DJ nights, and themed parties, when its basement section is re-launched as Deeper.