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With evenings shortening by the day and the weather becoming colder and damper, doing our washing has gone from being a chore to an absolute pain in the proverbial.
Walls are powerful things. Some are built to keep something or someone out; others to keep people in.
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!
A special project to remember the Magdalene Laundry women will be undertaken as part of the renovations of the convent building in Forster Street.
In advance of its move to the former Magdalene Laundry on Forster Street, COPE Galway has embarked on a project to remember the women associated with the former Magdalene Laundry on Forster Street.
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.
Some homes are lucky enough to have laundry or utility rooms while others have to figure a way to weave one into a kitchen or other space.
Galway Simon Community is appealing to the public for donations of non-perishable foods including tinned food, pasta, rice, cereal, tea and coffee, soups, treats, as well as hygiene products, and fire packs.
The Hair and Beauty Company, Athlone, is offering some great festive gifts at very competitive prices this Christmas.
Shore Island Spa is a haven of pampering and beauty based in the Lough Rea Hotel.