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This year marks the 20th anniversary of the opening of Joyce’s Supermarket in Knocknacarra. The Knocknacarra store was the second Joyce’s store and now the number has increased to 10 stores all across Galway city and county.
A Galway supermarket chain is making changes to its shops to accommodate people with autism.
Move over Strictly…there’s a new show in town and this month, Headford is gearing up for a night to remember as staff, parents and friends of Kilcoona National School get ready to take to the stage for LipSync Battles Kilcoona-Style.
Joyce’s Supermarket Group announced today (Thursday) that it has entered into an agreement to acquire the assets of the Nestor’s Supermarket Group in Galway — a move that will see the creation of four new Joyces stores in the city and county.
The grocery sector has been undergoing significant change in recent years. Apart from the challenging economic environment that has no doubt put considerable pressure on consumer spending and food retail, there has also been a significant change in the structure of the grocery sector in terms of participants. While the German chains gained a significant foothold, community based owner-operated local grocery, convenience shops, and supermarkets are correctly regarded as the economic and social mainstay of rural towns and villages and as such play an important role in larger urban areas. Locally owned grocery and convenience shops are a key part of the social fabric of Irish communities, and make a strong social and economic contribution to communities and economies, much more so than foreign owned multiples.
Fans of the Strictly Come Dancing television series will be familiar with the grace and precision of dancers such as Brendan Cole, Anton du Beke, Kristina Rihanoff and Aliona Vilani but, as Headford gears up for Strictly Come Dancing Kilcoona Style, rest assured…you ain’t seen nothing yet.