Made in Limerick asks for help in retrieving stolen jewellery

first_imgA STORE run by a group of local designers, makers and artists has been burgled just one week before Christmas.Made in Limerick, based on Thomas Street in Limerick City, which sells and displays crafts and products made by local designers has taken to social media to ask members of the public to contact Gardaí if they are approached if they have any information.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “The robbers took handmade sterling silver jewellery,” the post to the shop’s Facebook Page says which contains pictures of some of the items that were reported stolen.“So please, if you will see anywhere someone trying to sell these kinds of jewellery contact Gardaí immediately.”The Made in Limerick team have asked people on social media to share the images, so people will recognise the items if approached to buy them. WhatsApp Advertisement Facebook Twitter Linkedincenter_img Print NewsCrime & CourtMade in Limerick asks for help in retrieving stolen jewelleryBy Staff Reporter – December 18, 2019 557 Email Previous articleFireworks Spectacular will kickstart Limerick’s New Year’s Eve with ‘Dazzling display of colour’Next articleLimerick man experiences special Christmas dinner with his family Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ielast_img read more

Le Pain Quotidien launches in Dublin

first_imgGlobal bakery-restaurant chain Le Pain Quotidien has opened a site in Dublin’s Molesworth Street.The latest addition to the Brussels-founded chain, and the firm’s second site in Ireland, opened to customers on 10 May.The firm’s organic bread — made from its home-brewed levain — will also be sold in-store, as well as its array of vegan bakes.Le Pain Quotidien Dublin will be serving the café’s new spring menu, including vegan dishes such as its maple quinoa porridge and spring tartine.The latest site covers over 243sq m and can cater for up to 104 diners. The interiors and fittings have been sourced from reclaimed materials, while the furniture — including communal dining tables — is handmade from recycled timber.last_img