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The popular beauty and fashion teen camp in back this summer in Galway. Hosted by fashion stylist Delilah and Joy Colleran of Purejoy beauty, the camp will take place on July 8 and 9 in Born in Newtownsmith.
Cafe Express is situated in a prime bit of Galway retail space, in Abrakebabra's old location on Eyre Square. The previous menu of doner kebab, chip butty, 'special' pink sauce, and the ever popular taco fries (imagine an Irish version of the French Canadian 'poutine') has been pushed aside for something completely different. While Abrakebabra surely has its fans, Cafe Express, it has to be said, is a vast improvement and a welcome addition to Eyre Square. On the corner, this is fast becoming the coffee destination for city centre workers commuting from the outskirts and tourists on sightseeing excursions. With the trains, buses and taxis all feeding into the square, the Lavazza sign over this door acts like a beacon that draws coffee lovers like moths to a flame, and it's certainly hard to fault their real Italian-style coffee.
Whoever said that money can’t buy happiness simply did not know where to go shopping. The women of Galway know that happiness is available to purchase in sizes small, medium, or large at Born in Newtownsmith, not least of all because of The Boutique Kitchen, the in-store cafe where you can fortify yourself for a day's shopping with breakfast, beverages, and brownies without needing to leave this shopping haven.
It’s a mixed bag of looks this spring with glamour and punk pushing forward, so keep in style with key looks from Debbie Norman, manager of BORN Clothing in Newtownsmith, winner of Galway’s Best Fashion Retailer 2010.
Born Clothing in Newtownsmith is holding a weekend of activities from today to Sunday June 13 to celebrate its first birthday, and they are giving YOU a present!
With summer fast approaching now is a great time to freshen up your home. Home Gallery, above Born in Newtownsmith, has just launched its spring/summer range of stunning silk flowers. The team of international buyers have once again surpassed themselves not only to improve the range but also the quality. All kinds of beautiful silk flowers and stunning new glassware designs are available, and every care has been taken to ensure the range remains beautiful yet affordable.
The big brand store just keeps getting better. Since its recent change of ownership, Born Clothing in Newtownsmith has gone through a complete transformation.
This autumn, Name It at Born in Newtownsmith will help keep your kids warm and comfortable in the best trends in kid’s clothing. Colourful combinations of fantasy filled styles will give your kids the opportunity to have an individual style by mixing and matching. The autumn collection from Name It comes in colours, prints, and shapes inspired by ethnic seventies looks.
Despite the clear and sunny skies, October has seen a steady drop in temperature, sparking the need for warm and comfortable footwear for a number of everyday activities.