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Bloomfield House Hotel received news this week that it has been selected as a finalist for a major national hospitality award. Bloomfield House has been nominated as a finalist in the prestigious National Hotel and Catering Gold Medal Awards, which recognise and reward excellence within the Irish hotel and catering industry.
A monster auction which local estate agent Boyd’s auctioneers will take part in will include 71 properties from around the country. The Real Estate Alliance is hosting the event at the Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin 2, at 11am on Friday April 30.
Galway businessman John Sweeney, whose Black Shore Holdings company was wound up last week, has consented to a € 2.7 million summmary judgment order being made against him at the Commercial Court over unpaid loans.
Ann McGuire has been hairdressing for the last 25 years. She trained in Aidan Fitzgerald’s hairdressing in Blackrock, then worked as the hairdresser in the Shelbourne hotel for two years on St Stephen’s Green, Dublin. She then came back to Ballina and worked in Olive Howleys before furthering her career in London where she worked in the West End on Bond Street and Oxford Street.
Celebrated camogie duo Angela and Ann Downey received the Lifetime Achievement Award for their inter-county careers at The Irish Times/Irish Sports Council Sportswoman of the Year 2009 awards during the week at the Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin.
The ARAMARK Ireland team at University College Hospital Galway (UCHG) has been presented with one of the hospitality industry’s top awards at the 20th Hotel & Catering Review gold medal Awards, when they beat stiff competition to win the gold medal award for Institutional Catering sponsored by the National Hygiene Partnership.
Local hairdressing salon proprietor, Lynda Maher was awarded ‘Leinster Salon of the Year’ at the sixth annual Schwarzkopf Irish Hairdressing Business Awards in Dublin last week.
A hair stylist at Bellissimo won an impressive array of honours at an international hairdressing competition in Norway recently.
There will be a special treat for children and parents on Friday 20 and Tuesday, February 24 when MacDonagh Junction hosts Odlums pancake parties. The pancake days are part of a series of midterm events for children taking place at the centre.
This week is the first in a series of interviews with several head chefs of Galway’s restaurants. There are very few well known chefs in Ireland, but very often the person responsible for all the creativity in the kitchen is a behind the scenes person. So to find out a little more, Kevin and I chatted for a couple of hours over a coffee.