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In a welcome boost to the local economic environment, all retail units within Golden Island Shopping Centre opened to the public on Monday morning last.
FROM FRIDAY, on screens in living rooms, home offices, and bedrooms around the country, the Galway Theatre Festival will be streaming, offering a feast of live theatre, works-in-progress, workshops, and talks.
I can still remember the moment I found out we were going into lockdown. I was at a hockey match in Sligo, one of the girls looked at her phone and said all schools are closed for two weeks. I was thrilled, two extra weeks off school! Other than the fact the Patrick’s Day disco was cancelled I was very happy with the unexpected break. Little did I know those days would turn into months and that almost a year later we’d be back in lockdown again.
Up to the moment that Covid-19 blew apart the entire model by which humanity expressed itself in every aspect of our daily lived experience, nobody could have foreseen what was about to occur.
Over the last week we have seen people back on the streets as some businesses have been able to open post the latest lockdown. This is a crucial period for the city, and in particular for retailers and hospitality businesses. Thus, this week we are going to look at the city centre, and in particular retail and office space. We will start with the important figures but we will then try to get behind these numbers and look at the trends.
"Shopping locally is important as it keeps the money in the local economy. These are the people who spend money in the local shops, buy jerseys, and sponsor local competitions. While online shopping is easy, we have to think of the bigger picture."
Designs of Ireland, located at 2 Cross Street Lower, Galway, is still open for online shopping. You can click and collect, or feel free to contact the team for personal shopping in the shop with all Covid procedures in place.
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This week has seen phase two of the easing of restrictions in Ireland and the reopening of a number of businesses around the county as the country starts to emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Welcome to Liberation Day on Monday of this week! As you all know by now, many areas of life have opened up that were not due to open up until later, particularly shops, other retail outlets and so on.