Donnybrook Fair To Open New Store Creating 20 New Jobs

Twenty new jobs are to be created following the announcement that Donnybrook Fair are to open a new store at gallery Quay, Grand Canal Square.

The fine food store currently employs more than 270 people across its stores on Morehampton Road, Donnybrook, Baggot Street, Stillorgan and Greystones.

Management of the stores say that the opening of the new store will not just create new jobs but also support jobs in the wider food industry in Ireland


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