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The businesses that had to close during the pandemic

We have been hearing a lot about the joy for many businesses that have been able to re-open their...

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14.43 3 Jun 2021


The businesses that had to close during the pandemic


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14.43 3 Jun 2021


We have been hearing a lot about the joy for many businesses that have been able to re-open their doors after a series of lockdowns but what about the businesses that unfortunately couldn’t return after a tough year?  

Chris O’Sullivan, former owner of Nevil’s Shoes in Limerick city, Richard Milnes, former owner of Dillon’s in Cork, current owner of Wild Hogs food truck and Conor Blount from Lanigan’s Pub in Dublin told their stories. 

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