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The Castlebar founder of an online retail website has called on Mayo people to try to support Irish businesses and jobs this Christmas when they shop on the internet.
Cancer Care West, the west of Ireland cancer charity, is urging everyone to support a good cause when sending their best wishes this Christmas.
Luckily for a lot of us Christmas is the time of year that is looked forward to with much anticipation for the fun and festivities which lie ahead over the coming weeks, however Christmas can also exacerbate the feeling of loneliness and bring great sadness for people, particularly for those who may have suffered the loss of a loved one during the year.
Christmas can be an expensive time of year for everyone, especially for those of us who are studying and aren’t earning a regular income. When I was younger, I was able to get away with presenting my family their gifts without actually having to put my hand in my pocket. I relied on my sibling to buy the presents and include me as part of he ‘present ceremony’. Now that I’m older, I realise that I too have to give back in order to have a sense of giving and being independent. I’ve saved up my pocket money all year and set a challenge for myself this Christmas to shop on a budget.
Family-run business Oliver Carty Ltd of Monksland, Athlone has been selected to supply a selection of products as part of the new SuperValu Own Brand Christmas range. The new range has been created by celebrated Irish chef, Kevin Dundon, in conjunction with a range of SuperValu’s Irish suppliers, and will create 22 new jobs and generate €841,000 in retail sales for Irish suppliers.
People from Westmeath spent €16,730 on gifts for the world’s poorest people last Christmas, that is according to overseas development agency, Trócaire. The charity thanked the people of Co Westmeath for remembering families in need overseas when planning their Christmas shopping, as it launched its 2012 Christmas gift range.
With the festive season fast approaching, David Martin Hairdressing Group has just launched its Christmas gift voucher.
Cancer Care West held the launch of its 2010 Christmas card collection on Thursday last at its Cancer Support Centre on Seamus Quirke Road. The cards feature a wonderful collection of images of Galway city and county.
Mount Wolseley in Tullow will be transformed into a winter wonderland with the launch of its Christmas outdoor ice rink today, Thursday November 27.
Barry’s tea still has that kick-awake taste in the morning when you take the first gulp; but tea in general has changed, and changed dramatically. Just look at the choice of teas next time you reach for a packet. Where once there was only Lyons, Barry’s and PG Tips, now there has to be a choice of at least 50 different blends including herbal, organic, loose or bagged, or the plain ordinary black. And I was surprised to learn that there are at lest two tea blenders in Galway; including Solaris Botanicals, which not only won last month’s Junior Chamber of Ireland Entrepreneur of the Year, but in the same week clinched a deal to supply Harrods of London.