Mallow is all set for Christmas
IT’S all aboard for a magical Christmas experience in Mallow as the festive season moves into top gear.
The entire town truly showcases the true spirit of Christmas and the traders of Mallow are confident that the festive lights and the free parking, not to mention the range of wonderful events and great shopping opportunities will all create a bumper festive season for the town, ensuring that everybody who visits the North Cork capital will enjoy the great atmosphere throughout the town.
There’s much to do in Mallow at Christmas as the town puts on its best display of life in a vibrant Irish town, churning out its own exclusive atmosphere from Christmas lights, the crib, decorations in shop windows and homes, all conspiring to add the sort of uplifting ceremony that no matter how good or bad
a year it’s been, everything feels just right. That’s the spirit of Christmas.
Indeed, Mallow traders are renowned for the warm welcome and friendly banter they enjoy with both locals and visitors alike.
Many people who travel to the large cities have discovered that this special camaraderie is not in existence in anonymous urban centres but its certainly to be found in abundance in the many shops, stores, and outlets throughout the North Cork capital.
With a plethora of well-established family run businesses with people at the helm who have a lifetime of experience working with customers along with the well-known brand name retailers, Mallow town has it all gift wrapped for you this festive season.
That said, a town can have all the friendly and effective service in the world but if it does not have choice and value for money that every shopper wants then it will struggle to attract people. However, Mallow ticks all the boxes when it comes to being the perfect ‘one-stop-shop’ for all your festive requirements.
Eileen and Mark highlight the wonderful gifts available at World of Wonder this Christmas.
The Rotary group pictured at the Memorial Christmas tree in the grounds of St. Mary’s Church as the lights were switched on, on Saturday evening. Photo: Eugene Cosgrove