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15.06.17

 

 

SUPERDRUG OPENS NEW STORE IN LIFFEY VALLEY, IRELAND
-New Superdrug store also makes donation to local charity, Dignity Packs–

Photo 1: Molly Comish, creator of Dignity Packs, alongside Peter McNab, Jerry Walkling and Nigel Duxbury. Photo 2: The new Superdrug store in Liffey Valley

Friday 2nd June saw the opening of the sixth Superdrug in Ireland in the Liffey Valley shopping centre, located on the outskirts of Dublin City Centre and a short drive away from Dublin City airport.

The new store, which has created 23 jobs, offers a wide selection of cruelty free and vegan cosmetics and toiletries and with every purchase Health & Beautycard members can collect points to redeem on future purchases. As well as points, Health & Beautycard members also benefit from exclusive deals and offers, and receive weekly Treat Thursday offers. Health & Beautycard members can also benefit from order and collect on Superdrug.com where customers can place an order online to pick up at the store, taking advantage of a wealth of online exclusives and exceptional offers.

Nicole Doyle, Liffey Valley Store Manager, said, “We’re thrilled to be opening a third store in the Dublin area, along such great brands at the Liffey Valley shopping centre. The new store offers a range of own brand and exclusive products and a vast array of deals and offers which is perfect for purse friendly shopping.”

To support the local community Superdrug has donated products to the local charity Dignity Packs. Dignity Packs was created by Molly Comish who started the project to provide everyday essentials to the homeless for free. Superdrug will be donating a range of toothbrushes, wet wipes, sanitary towels and other essentials to make up the Dignity Packs.

Molly Comish, creator of Dignity Packs, said “I’m so delighted that Superdrug are making a donation of products for the Dignity Packs. The whole reason I started this project is because to me dignity is about being clean so I thought I’d put together a pack of essential items that homeless people might not be able to buy. The packs include items such as toothpaste, deodorant and wet wipes which are all donated by the public and local businesses like Superdrug.”

Store Address:
Unit 51
Liffey Valley Shopping Ctr
Dublin 22

Store Opening Times:
Monday: 9.30am – 7pm
Tuesday: 9.30am – 7pm
Wednesday: 9.30am – 9pm
Thursday: 9.30am – 9pm
Friday: 9.30am – 9pm
Saturday: 9.30am – 7pm
Sunday: 11am – 7pm

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