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Swords Airside Tesco store gets €2.7m facelift

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Pictured are Geoff Byrne, Chief Operating Officer, Tesco Ireland and Tony Pannu, Store Manager

Pictured are Geoff Byrne, Chief Operating Officer, Tesco Ireland and Tony Pannu, Store Manager

Pictured are Geoff Byrne, Chief Operating Officer, Tesco Ireland and Tony Pannu, Store Manager

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Tesco Ireland has completed the €2.7 million expansion of its Swords Airside store adding new services for customers in the North Dublin area.

Joining the state-of-the-art store, customers can now avail of the F&F clothing range as well as a new dedicated Tesco Mobile phone-shop.

Originally opened in May 2017, the Airside Retail Park store is already a hive of activity, employing 85 people, many from the local area.

The expansion has seen this investment bring the total footprint to over 28,000 square feet with the 229 free car parking spaces including a dedicated electric car charging point and a Click & Collect service.

Geoff Byrne, Chief Operating Officer at Tesco Ireland said: 'We are delighted to have completed the expansion works on our Swords Airside store. Our customers in Swords and the surrounding North Dublin area have welcomed these new services and the store into its community, which opened just three years ago.

'We're very thankful to our colleagues and customers for their patience and support as we all worked to respond to Covid-19, all the time reviewing operations to introduce measures to protect health and safety in line with public health advice. Customers can now enjoy new services like F&F and Tesco Mobile knowing that they can continue to shop these added services, safely.'

As part of Tesco's food surplus distribution programme, in partnership with FoodCloud, the Airside store has donated over 6,500 meals to local causes such as Addiction Recovery Ireland, Aoibhneas Women and Children's Refuge and Dublin Simon Community.


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