90375378 This afternoon.

Dunnes Stores, Newbridge, Co Kildare.

Some decent parking, in fairness.

Earlier: Holding The Line Always Better Value

(Eamonn Farrell/Photocall Ireland)

Update: 90375377-1 None shall pass.

The picket outside the Dunnes Newbridge car park.

(Eamonn Farrell/Photocall Ireland)

Meanwhile… 90375410 Veterans of the Dunnes apartheid strike, from left: Liz Deasy, Mary Manning and Sandra Griffen on Henry Street, Dublin this afternoon. 90375437 Mary Manning and passerby outside Dunnes Stores, Henry Street, Dublin in July, 1984.

(Eamonn Farrell/Photocall Ireland)

11 thoughts on “*tumbleweed*

  1. Der

    There was no picket outside Dunnes in the Beacon shopping centre in Sandyford. Very disappointed to see store open some staff working and some people shopping- although fewer than normal!

    1. Drogg

      A mate of mine just posted on FB that the staff at the dunnes in swords were asking people to come in and shop.

  2. martco

    Cornelscourt was looking (successfully) dead when I passed earlier

    boycott the bstds into the ground where they belong!!

  3. Atticus

    Dunnes in Liffey Valley seemed to have a successful picket outside. Passed by it a couple of hours ago and there didn’t seem to be anybody inside.

  4. Lilly

    I was tempted to poke my nose in Stephen’s Green Dunnes to see if it was deserted but that would have meant passing the picket so I shelved my curiousity. No one going in or out though so that’s a good sign!

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