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The cup of tea, beloved by the Irish, is very much in danger of losing its place as the nation's hot beverage of choice, threatened by our growing addiction to coffee. Even for those of us who cannot be bothered with the fuss of grinding and filtering and are happy enough to put up with the dried and jarred, coffee flavoured dust at home, we still expect much more from our coffee when out and about.
A coffee morning which will take place at Tom Sheridan’s bar, Knocknacarra on Friday will support an eight-year-old city girl who is battling cancer for the third time.
Mullingar locals are set to host a coffee morning to raise much-needed funds for Goal Emergency Disaster response in the Philippines. The coffee morning takes place this Saturday November 23 from 10am-12 noon in The Church Restaurant, Castle Street.
The Galway Filipino-Irish Community will hold a number of events to raise funds for aid work in the Philippines, still reeling from the devastation wrought by Typhoon Haiyan.
Arthur and Bernadette McGuire’s Daybreak in Raven Terrace and Jason Henchy’s Daybreak in Eyre Square were both proud winners at the 2013 Daybreak Store of the Year awards, which were held in Druids Glen Resort, in Co Wicklow.
Renzo gallery café is located on Eyre Street beside Debenhams, in Galway city centre. Renzo is now open late Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings, serving fine Italian wine and cuisine at recession busting prices. Good Italian food is at the heart of Renzo, with menu options to suit all ages and occasions. It offers simple, fresh, delicious, food, bursting with flavour, texture, and colour.
Ireland's Biggest Coffee Morning with Bewley's takes place on September 19 next where all money raised locally stays locally to fund local hospice services.
A fundraising coffee morning in aid of Self Help Africa’s work in Kenya will take place on Friday April 26 in the Westside Resource Centre, Westside, from 10am to 12 noon.
April’s Mayo Open Coffee Club will take place on Wednesday, April 3, in the Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC) at GMIT Castlebar at 9.30am where Kieran Hanrahan, owner of TKNLGY (www.tknlgy.eu), will be speaking about why business plans should fit on one page.