Celia Holman Lee My Week: Limerick puts its best foot forward for Riverfest

Celia Holman Lee


Celia Holman Lee

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THE temperatures soared in Limerick last weekend as we welcomed Riverfest Limerick 2018.

The festival kicked off with Fashion Friday in Bowes Ryan Restaurant in Arthur's Quay Shopping Centre in the heart of Limerick city. The event was hosted by one of Ireland's top influencers and TV presenter James Patrice, James went down a treat with the Limerick audience who turned out in great numbers to enjoy Limerick fashion at its best and showcased by the top fashion stores and boutiques in the city.

The atmosphere was electric as Bowes Ryan served teas and coffees and delicious petit fours with proceeds going to Milford Hospice.

I want to take this opportunity to thank the management of Arthur's Quay Shopping Centre for pulling out all the stops to make sure that it was the success that it was.

Riverfest has become one of the biggest summer festivals in the country as we all enjoyed the festival village , the food experience, the big gigs and of course the Great Limerick Run and we should be so proud of a fantastic event in our city.