One Of The First Businesses To Open Its Doors On Leeside This Morning Was Cork Builder Providers
They have been managing a steady flow of customers since 7am this morning
One of the first businesses to open its doors on Leeside this morning was Cork Builder Providers who have been managing a steady flow of customers since 7am this morning.
The premises at West Link, Togher Industrial Estate had been scheduled to reopen its doors to the public today under phase one of the Government's roadmap in easing the COVID19 restrictions.
The firm which is one of the largest builder providers in the country say they're anticipating a boost in trade in the coming weeks as many have been unable to make purchases due to the lockdown.
David Heavin of Cork Builder Providers has been telling RedFM News what people have been looking for:
These people were queuing for hardware supplies and they told RedFM News it's a great feeling to back out, and everything is being managed well:
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