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Pettitt's SuperValu Bray 1st Birthday. Faye Byrne from Bray cuts the 1st birthday cake, with Pettitt's management and staff

Pettitt's SuperValu Bray 1st Birthday. Faye Byrne from Bray cuts the 1st birthday cake, with Pettitt's management and staff

Pettitt's SuperValu Bray 1st Birthday. Four generations: Breda O'Keeffe with daughter Triona Brett, grandaughter Emma Brett and great grandaughter Zara McCormack, and their friend Finn O'Connor

Pettitt's SuperValu Bray 1st Birthday. Four generations: Breda O'Keeffe with daughter Triona Brett, grandaughter Emma Brett and great grandaughter Zara McCormack, and their friend Finn O'Connor

Pettitt's SuperValu Bray 1st Birthday. Karen, Hannah and Kate Gubbins, Breda Ellard

Pettitt's SuperValu Bray 1st Birthday. Karen, Hannah and Kate Gubbins, Breda Ellard

Pettitt's SuperValu Bray 1st Birthday. Zak Jenciragic and Taylor Flood

Pettitt's SuperValu Bray 1st Birthday. Zak Jenciragic and Taylor Flood

Pettitt's SuperValu Bray 1st Birthday. Sebastian Barry on his 8th birthday with brothers Toby and Darwin

Pettitt's SuperValu Bray 1st Birthday. Sebastian Barry on his 8th birthday with brothers Toby and Darwin

Pettitt's SuperValu Bray 1st Birthday. Stephen Millar, Des Wolohan, David Grendon

Pettitt's SuperValu Bray 1st Birthday. Stephen Millar, Des Wolohan, David Grendon

Pettitt's SuperValu Bray 1st Birthday. Fiona Whelan and Mary Ganly

Pettitt's SuperValu Bray 1st Birthday. Fiona Whelan and Mary Ganly

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Pettitt's SuperValu Bray 1st Birthday. Faye Byrne from Bray cuts the 1st birthday cake, with Pettitt's management and staff

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There was a party atmosphere at Pettitt’s SuperValu Bray as the store celebrated its first birthday.

The supermarket opened its doors on the Southern Cross Road in 2021, but was unable to hold a big celebration at that time due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Store Manager Aidan Doyle said: “Our first birthday gave us an opportunity to celebrate and showcase the store. It was also a chance to thank our customers, who gave us a massive welcome, and our staff.”

The weekend of celebrations included special offers, a plant sale, sourdough starters and in-store tastings of a range of products.

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Over 500 free cups of coffee and hundreds of free ice creams were enjoyed by customers throughout the event.

Bakery staff created a stunning cake to celebrate the store’s first birthday, which was cut by local girl Faye Byrne.

"We have a fabulous building here, departments and equipment. But it’s the staff and customers that make it.

"Our staff are our most valuable asset and we want to thank them for their hard work and dedication. We also want to thank our customers for their trust and giving us their valued business.”

Mr Doyle also thanked local suppliers for their support.


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