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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.
Aid agency GOAL will stage a two-day Christmas sale at Matt O’Flaherty’s Chemist Shop in Barna on December 13 and 14.
Paraffin Store, Galway’s newest menswear store, has landed in Galway. First established in 2009 in Tralee, Paraffin Store quickly established itself as a leading outlet for men's clothing. Paraffin Store is known for its cutting edge products that are offered at realistic and affordable prices. The Galway store can be found on Level 1 in the Eyre Square Shopping Centre.
Galwegians interested in volunteering for community, sports, and arts organisations should go to the Volunteer Fair in the Eyre Square Shopping Centre on Saturday May 19.
When I visited the recent Galway Food Festival at the Spanish Arch I spotted a new venture that might appeal to you if you need to cater for groups of 50 to 250 people. It was pretty hard to miss as it was billowing smoke and had a large crowd of people around it. As you can see in the picture, the Route 66 barbecue is a pretty serious piece of equipment and the idea is that www.galwaycatering.ie will take on all the headache of providing you or your company with great food and zero hassle. It is fully compliant with HSE/EHO regulations, HACCP certified, and certified in food hygiene. These are important considerations when providing a barbecue for a large number of people and something that people may overlook when booking an outside catering company .
Leading Irish fashion label Fran & Jane has opened a new shop in the Eyre Square Shopping Centre.
Mervue United host premier division side Drogheda United at Fahy’s Field tomorrow evening (7.45pm).
A mother and son failed to contest the charges of handling stolen jewellery after their credibility was deemed by a District Court judge to be in tatters.
Local business in Galway are continuing with their use of the Irish language and making it work for their business. Colette Kelly Optometrist on Middle Street has redesigned their premises on Middle Street and the Irish language has remained an integral part of their new brand.
Hotel school students in the Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology have volunteered to prepare, cook, and serve a gourmet dinner for 30 guests which will be auctioned off to the highest bidder during the Galway Lions Club ‘live’ Galway Bay FM auction tomorrow (Friday).