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  • Northside East

New business creates 27 jobs in Swords  

Thursday, 16th November, 2017 6:00pm
New business creates  27 jobs in Swords  

Pat Whelan, who runs James Whelan Butchers, pictured with Joe O’Mahony, Supervising Craft Butcher, at the new shop in the Pavilions Shopping Centre, Swords. PHOTO: DARA MAC DÓNAILL

New business creates  27 jobs in Swords  

Pat Whelan, who runs James Whelan Butchers, pictured with Joe O’Mahony, Supervising Craft Butcher, at the new shop in the Pavilions Shopping Centre, Swords. PHOTO: DARA MAC DÓNAILL

MULTI-AWARD winning James Whelan Butchers has announced the introduction of their craft butchery excellence and expertise to another Dunnes Stores location, at the Pavilions Shopping Centre, Swords.

The new shop, which opened on October 20, follows the successful launch of James Whelan Butchers shops in Dunnes Stores Cornelscourt and Rathmines in 2016. The company also has shops in Avoca Stores in Rathcoole and Kilmacanogue,  bringing the number of James Whelan Butcher shops in Dublin to five. 

In 1960, James Whelan Butchers opened its first shop in Clonmel, County Tipperary, building a butchery brand that is now recognised nationally and internationally for creating innovative artisan products. 

Currently employing over 110 people, the new shop opening will bring 27 jobs to the Swords area.

Customers can expect to be met with an intimate and authentic artisan shopping experience in an exciting environment, where customers will be assisted with friendly, approachable and knowledgeable experts. 

Customers can also look forward to buying and tasting award-winning quality meat products from James Whelan Butchers as well as other artisan food producers from Ireland and abroad, who share the same passion for creating great food.

Speaking about the opening, Pat Whelan of James Whelan Butchers said: ”Our team in Swords, headed up by Supervising Craft Butcher, Joe O’Mahony, is looking forward to getting to know their customers in Swords individually, helping them pick the best cuts that will suit their families and their lifestyles. 

“Shoppers in the Swords area will see first hand how we approach our craft and we are very much looking forward to serving and educating existing and new customers in our newest butcher shop.”

Visit www.jameswhelanbutchers.com for more information. 

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