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BY DECLAN VARLEY
What a hidden secret is Bristol. I had skirted through it on the Severn Bridge heading to Cornwall over a decade ago, but it was only last month when I discovered what a true delight it is. Blessed with beautiful weather, this time I got to see a vibrant cosmopolitan city that is being referred to in the UK as Little London, because it mirrors the energy and demographic of the capital city.
A primary school teacher from Luimnagh, Corrandulla was selected as the 2018 Galway Rose at the Clayton Hotel, Ballybrit last weekend.
When it comes to interiors, flowers are the decorating equivalent of the icing on the cake, bringing instant cheer to a home.
Kick-start your wedding plans in 2018 at Sheraton Hotel’s wedding workshop, taking place on January 28 from 2pm to 6pm.
You’ll be seeing a lot of pink this month and if you don’t know why, then lucky you. Most will know that in this part of the world, October is Breast Cancer Awareness month when pink is the order of the day to raise awareness of this dangerous disease and remind us all to be vigilant, as thankfully, when detected and treated early, outcomes for those affected can be much better than in times past. This month you’ll see magazines with pink covers, designers flogging pink frocks and all manner of products from phone covers to lipstick to kitchen utensils produced in limited-edition shades of pink, with many donating a percentage of proceeds to breast cancer charities both here and in the U.K.
The five-star g Hotel & Spa in Galway has recently appointed Bróna Mulqueen as sales and events manager with responsibility for corporate clients, events and weddings.
Property: No 1 Connaught Street
In association with the Galway Advertiser's classified website, www.classified.advertiser.ie we give some top tips for planning your big day
How are your wedding plans coming along this week? Hope everyone is getting on well with their plans.