Siobhan Barnes, Irish Girl in Brooklyn, Una Burns of Novas and Amanda Sawyer, Irish Girl in Brooklyn, are pictured in the Irish Girl in Brooklyn Studio Picture: Richard Lynch/ilovelimerick
A FESTIVE wreath workshop is to take place on Saturday December 8 in aid of Limerick homeless charity Novas.
Irish Girl in Brooklyn, a new Limerick-based interior design company, is to host the workshop at Novas Head Office on O’Connell Street.
Irish Girl in Brooklyn specialises in homeware, interiors, and floral design. “Christmas is all about giving and giving back,” founder Amanda Sawyer said.
“We are glad to introduce the workshop with Novas.”
Novas is a voluntary organisation working with those who are homeless or at risk of being homeless. Novas is also an approved housing body.
“It promises to be a wonderfully festive occasion that will raise vital funds for our frontline services in the city,” Novas head of policy Una Burns said.
The event takes place from 10 am to 12:30 pm at the Novas’ Head Office, 87 O’Connell Street, and costs €50, including Christmas treats and hot drinks.
Each participant will take home a beautiful and unique wreath for the Christmas season.
To reserve a place, please call 085 2254370 or call into Novas Head Office. Places are limited to 20, so pre-booking is essential.