On December 1st, local retailers are set to welcome back their customers inside their stores, and thankfully, it’s just in time for a Christmas shopping spree around Waterford city and county!
Waterford.FYI catches up with Dennis Carroll, Centre Manager at City Square, Waterford who describes how the landscape has changed for retailers in the shopping centre since St. Patrick’s Day 2020.
Read how Daragh Connolly of Haven Connolly Pharmacy, Dungarvan has dealt with the upheaval of COVID-19 and the important message he has for everyone in the town.
With Father’s Day just around the corner, we’ve put together a list of some really nice gifts that can be bought locally and will suit all types of ‘MenKind’!
Waterford.FYI talks to Jimmy Burrows, Dungarvan about how his business has gotten through lockdown and how he is embracing connecting with his customers online.
Get your second hours’ parking for FREE. Thanks to a new parking incentive from Waterford Council, you’ll have more time to shop (and queue…) and relax over a takeaway coffee.
Hear what John Pratt, Mayor of Waterford has to say on local shops reopening today as well as the importance of safe shopping and social distancing.
Waterford.FYI talks to Elaine Roche, Owner of TRM, Waterford about what it’s been like to close the shop during lockdown and about how much she is looking forward to welcoming customers back again.
Need to find the perfect gift for that special someone? Look no further because you’re just about to make somebody’s day…
Waterford.FYI chats to Jack Molloy, Butcher, Waterford about how his business has adapted to very different times since mid-March and how important family meal times have become for his customers during the pandemic.
Waterford.FYI talks to Catherine Keighery, owner of Redlane, Tramore about how she has adapted to life in lockdown and how grateful she is for the loyal support of her customers. Being near the beach helps too.
Waterford.FYI talks to Maeve Ryan, Manager of The Book Centre, Waterford about how life has changed in the store since the lockdown in March and how they have kept the wheels turning even when closed.