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McCambridges on Shop Street in Galway City is a name that is synonymous with Galway and great food in the west. After 25 years of creating the ideal Christmas hamper in store, you can now order a McCambridges Christmas hamper through their online store.
Aldi Ireland today announced that customers in Mayo will be among the first in Ireland to take part in trialling new reusable fruit and vegetable bags made from 100% recycled plastic bottles.
Builin Blasta is having a 3-day sale starting on Black Friday (November 29th) offering 20% off all gift vouchers, hampers & gift sets. Perfect for food lovers, home cooks, teachers, child minders and colleagues, the vouchers are on offer €25 for €20 and €50 for €40 and all hampers and gifts sets are 20% off.
McCambridges on Shop Street in Galway city is a name that is synonymous with great food in the west and now, after 24 years of creating the ideal Christmas hamper in store, you can now order a McCambridges Christmas hamper through their online store.
Martin Divilly moves with the times — his butcher outlets in Westside and Terryland Shopping Centre have come up with an innovative way to cut down on plastic in his shops — Now they encourage their customers to bring their own containers and their staff are only happy to fill them.
There’s a particular pleasure in receiving a beautifully crafted hamper as a present - it’s even tempting to leave it untouched to avoid spoiling the effort that’s been put into arranging it!
An Post has issued a statement denying reports of imminent closures among the post office network.
Taste of France is a unique French shop, located in Cross Street Lower, 30 metres from Shop Street in the heart of Galway city. Owned and run by Thierry and Catherine Schreiber, natives of France, this store offers a wide range of products produced by well known French suppliers from all over France known for their made-in-France tradition from areas such as Provence, Drome, and Basque country.
"I HAVE a passion for words. I celebrate the minor and major mysteries of life with poetry. I will recite a rhyme, tell a story, maybe sing a song for your entertainment. I see myself as a knight whose quest is to open the door to the imagination again and again."
The focus of all the GAA clubs in Mayo was sharpened this week when the draw for the senior, intermediate and junior football championships were made in MacHale Park. In the senior championship the defending champions Castlebar Mitchels were pitted in a group with two of the heavy hitters from the recent past with Ballina Stephenites and Crossmolina Deel Rovers in the pool with them. Joining those three sides are Ballinrobe who'll fancy their chances of turning over at least one of the former giants.