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Having trouble finding the perfect gift for your husband, brother, boyfriend or son? Here are a few ideas to ease your mind a bit.
A new indoor Christmas fair is to take place on Sunday December 20 in Leisureland, Salthill. A ‘Winter Wonderland’ awaits as visitors are urged to go and soak up the atmosphere, browse the market stalls, visit Father Christmas in Santa’s grotto, and enjoy homemade food, mulled wine, and hot chocolate.
Lanigans Bar on Rose Inn street has rejuvenated its look. The bar now boasts a stylish and comfortable interior worthy of any make over award.
Take a break from your Christmas shopping next Wednesday morning December 16, and join Enable Ireland in Sam Baileys Café on Eglinton Street from 10.30am to 12.30pm. Rest your feet while enjoying a delicious Christmas cake and steaming hot drink of your choice, all whilst supporting Enable Ireland. All proceeds and donations on the day will support Enable Ireland services in Galway.
The Village Care Centre will hold a celebration of Christmas this Sunday December 13 from 1pm. The event involves a craft fair starting at 1pm, packed with goodies including Christmas cakes, table centrepieces, candles, cards, pottery, jewellery, toys, and other unique Christmas gift options. As evening draws in guests will be treated to a number of musical treats from local musicians and choirs, while the Village Care Centre Christmas lights are officially turned on.
Local heart charity Croí has unveiled its charity Christmas e-cards following on the success of its first launch last year. Croí charity Christmas e-cards are the modern, hassle-free, perfect solution for a budget conscious company or individual to keep in touch and send greetings this festive season.
Children in Hospital Ireland is launching an appeal for retail businesses to step forward and help thousands of children in hospitals around Ireland by allowing the charity to sell its fundraising Christmas cards from their premises.
The Galway City Council’s refuse collection service will continue over the Christmas and New Year period, with the exception of Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
I took a piece of my own advice last weekend. I was in Birmingham and Liverpool for a short break, the purpose of which was to watch the Liverpool v Arsenal game. The less said about that the better. There didn’t seem to be much sign of a recession in those two thriving cities. That’s from an outsider’s point of view anyway.