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  • Northside West

Marks & Spencer arriving in Santry

Friday, 24th November, 2017 1:00pm
Marks & Spencer arriving in Santry

The new Foodhall opens on November 30.

Marks & Spencer arriving in Santry

The new Foodhall opens on November 30.

A NEW Marks & Spencer Foodhall is opening at Omni Park in Santry next week.

The 9,000 sq ft store, located next to Lidl, is creating over 50 jobs and will be opened on Thursday, November 30 by store manager, Richie Fahey.

The Foodhall features a 42-seat M&S Café and will offer an extensive range of M&S’s quality food and drink products including everything from everyday essentials to show-stopping dishes and desserts.

There will also be an exciting range of products from M&S’s new Christmas collection that includes Christmas classics like mince pies, Sparkling Caramels, Chocolate and Raspberry Reindeer Cake, milk and dark chocolate mousses with sponge and raspberry jelly.

Store Manager, Richie Fahey, says he’s looking forward to welcoming locals into the new Foodhall.

 “We’re so excited to be bringing the very best of M&S food and drink to Santry,” he added.

“The new store has been widely anticipated in the area, and we can’t wait to be part of the community.

“We’ll be working hard to ensure we offer fantastic customer service, and putting customers at the heart of everything that we do.

“We can’t wait to welcome our first shoppers through the doors next week.”

Shoppers will be able to take advantage of the popular M&S Click & Collect service which gives customers the option to have their M&S.ie orders, across clothing, home and beauty, delivered to the store free of charge. 

The store’s opening hours are 8am-8pm Monday, Tuesday and Saturday and 8am-9pm on  Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Sunday hours are 10am-7pm.

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