As of midnight, on Wednesday October 21st, the Government elevated the country to Level 5 restrictions for six weeks in order to combat the Covid-19 virus.
While essential retail remains open, it is so disappointing for many of our other retailers and their staff who have to close again. We know this is a difficult time for them, especially at this time of year. We wish them well and look forward to seeing them reopen again in early December.
So, what does Level 5 mean for the Showgrounds?
– Essential Retail remains open; this includes the following stores:
· M&S (Food hall)
· Argos (Click &Collect)
· McCauley Pharmacy
· The Gourmet Butcher
· Easons (Essential Stationery)
· Tech Mac (Repairs)
– Selected Restaurants remain open for Takeaway. These include the following:
· M&S Café
– Selected stores are open for Click and Collect including the following:
-Click & Collect for the following:
M&S : https://www.marksandspencer.com/ie/
A& E Jewellers : https://www.facebook.com/AEGoldsmiths
Name It : https://www.facebook.com/nameitclonmel/
Hale : www.halevaping.com
-Call & Collect for the following:
– Our Tech Mac kiosk remains open for phone repair.
Opening hours by store may differ. Click here for more information
We want to again thank our customers for your continued support of the Centre and for backing local employment over the past few months and during this pandemic.
When visiting the Centre, please remember to wear a mask and keep your social distance.
Argos - A&E Jewellers Ltd. - BBs Bakers + Baristas - Blush House Of Beauty - Boston Barber Bars - Costa Coffee - Dealz - Easons - Golden Discs - Hale Vaping -
Iceland Foodstore - Marks & Spencer Store - Marks & Spencer Food Hall - Marks & Spencer Cafe - Name It - ONLY - Pamela Scott - Pep & Co - Shake Dog - Sam McCauley Chemists - Tech Mac - The Gourmet Butcher - TK Maxx - The Edinburgh Woollen Mill - VILA