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The perception of charity shops has changed over the past few decades.
It’s a long way from the Travelling Shop — but in some sense, the values that drove that are what drive on Joe O’Toole as he approaches his 85th birthday and the fiftieth anniversary of his Tuam store.
I've worked in many Galway restaurants and hotels over the years but always wanted my own business. I loved the idea of a food van, travelling around meeting different people from all over the country so I converted a van into a fully working kitchen.
The Londis Awards recognise stores that excel across all areas of store performance. This year, 82 Londis retailers received awards, including five stores in Mayo: Mulroy’s Londis, Moneen Roundabout, Castlebar who won the Retailing Standard Award and Deli and Hot Food Store of the Year 2016, Cunningham’s Londis PLUS, Ballyhaunis who won aRetailing Excellence Award, Hiney’s Londis, Crossmolina who won a Retailing Excellence Award, Londis PLUS, Station Road, Castlebar who also claimed a Retailing Standard Award and Mulroy’s Londis, Breaffy Road, Castlebar winners of the Retailing Standard Award.
TOMORROW, THE artist Rita Duffy’s inspired, witty, and thought-provoking exhibition/installation The Souvenir Shop, opens its doors in Number 9 Henry Street, in Galway’s historic West End.
SPAR Corrib Oil Ballyhaunis and SPAR Corrib Oil Ballinrobe were among a small group of retailers from around the country which have been honoured at the fifth annual Top of the Tree Retail Awards. The awards programme recognises best practice and outstanding retail practice in several store departments, including customer care, off-licence, butchery, fruit and veg, and the delicatessen section. SPAR Corrib Oil Ballyhaunis and SPAR Corrib Oil Ballinrobe were awarded Top of the Tree accolades for their forecourts.
Local charities and groups across Mayo have received almost 54,000 meals to date from Tesco Ireland through its surplus food donations programme run in partnership with Irish social enterprise, FoodCloud. A wide range of Mayo based organisations including Claremorris Family Resource Centre, St Vincent de Paul Foxford, and Tacáu - Youth Café have benefited from the redistribution of more than 24,000kg (or 54,000 meals) of surplus food from Tesco stores across Mayo over the past two years.
There’s a new shoe shop with a difference in Athlone. If you like to relax and take your time while shopping, then newly opened shop Take Your Time is a must visit!
Denise Hogan Design will be moving from the Art Essence Gallery in Liosban to the Town Park Centre next month and so she is having a give, sell and barter sale as part of the move.
Casual trading throughout the festival season in Athlone will be much more regulated this year after the town council adopted a number of bylaws this week to govern the practice.