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Keanes Jewellers Ladies Day at Limerick Racecourse, Sun Oct 11 Keanes Jewellers Ladies Day at Limerick Racecourse, Sun Oct 11


Keanes Jewellers Ladies Day at Limerick Racecourse, Sun Oct 11



Pictured at Limerick Racecourse for the announcement were, Aidan Lyddy, Manager of Keanes Jewellers and Stylist Marietta Doran. Picture: Alan Place/Fusionshooters.

Keanes Jewellers Ladies Day will take place on Sunday 11th October at Limerick Racecourse and is recognised as one of the top ladies day events in Ireland. It is a day not to miss with lots of style, fashion and glamour on display.

Keanes Jewellers returns as title sponsor of the Ladies Day competition and the lucky winner will receive a diamond ring to the value of €4,000. Second Prize is an Afternoon Style Session to include an outfit, headpiece and accessories sponsored by Aisling Maher Millinery and Boutique, Adare. Third prize is a Destination Adare Shopping voucher to enjoy in the picturesque village of Adare, Co. Limerick. The ten finalists will each receive a goody bag with lots of lovely treats to enjoy.

Patrick Keane of Keanes Jewellers said “Keanes Jewellers are delighted to sponsor this year’s Keanes Jewellers Ladies Day at Limerick Racecourse. Our O’Connell Street store has been bustling over the last number of weeks with ladies looking for that hint of sparkle to put the finishing touch to their outfits.




The lucky winner will receive a stunning diamond ring to the value of €4,000 and the runners up will receive a  voucher each for Keanes Jewellers. The team at Keanes Jewellers would like to wish all of the ladies attending the best of luck.”

Celebrity judge on the day is style guru Marietta Doran. Marietta is no stranger to Ladies Days events and regularly appears on RTE Racing covering various fashion events around the country.

This year ladies have the opportunity of registering online for the Best Dressed Lady competition or indeed all ladies may register in the Ladies Day Registration area on the day.

Marietta Doran said “I am really looking forward to judging Keanes Jewellers Ladies Day on Sunday 11th October. I am looking for the X Factor – Ladies should be wearing a headpiece and be perfectly styled from head to toe.

I love colour and I am a fan of soft tailoring with an eclectic twist. Footwear is also important and shoes should be comfortable and compliment the outfit. Ladies should be happy, confident and enjoy the day. The best thing a lady can wear is a smile”

Race goers are in for an additional treat on the Munster National Weekend at Limerick Racecourse on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th October 2015. There will be a new Shopping Village which will house a number of pop up shops including Secret Fashion Fixes, Fab Fillies, Marinot Millinery and many more.

The Shopping village will open at 12pm – 6pm each day; allowing patrons the chance to browse all the fantastic stands on offer. This is the perfect opportunity to get your Christmas shopping completed all under one roof.

There shall be a fashion show in the Ladies Day area on Sunday showcasing fashions from Aisling Maher Millinery and Boutique with Limerick’s own Celia Holman Lee as MC and style ambassador on the day.

Ladies are encouraged to arrive early for registration and to browse the shopping village. General admission is €15 per person to include racing and fashion show. Excellent hospitality packages also available. Please check for more details.

Visit the official website of Keanes Jewelry here

Check out the Keanes Jewelry Facebook page here and Twitter here

Visit the Limerick Races website here

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Richard is a presenter, producer, songwriter and actor. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year (2011) and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards (2011) for promoting multi-culturalism online. Richard says that the concept is very much a community driven project that aims to document life in Limerick. So, that in 20 years time people can look back and remember the events that were making the headlines.