Tag Archives: Blanchardstown

Jab and scoot.

This morning/afternoon.

National Aquatic Centre, Blanchardstown, Dublin.

One of the five new walk-in temporary Covid-19 community testing centres that have opened their doors in Ireland today.

Leah Farrell/RollingNews


This afternoon.

Inside the tent.

No appointment or fee for walk-in Covid test centres (RTE)



At Tesco in Blanchardstown, Dublin 15.

Ian Begley tweetz:

People have completely wiped Tesco in Blanchardstown clean of its water. They’d rather die of thirst than drink sparkling!


Ian addz:

New delivery of water just came into Tesco in Blanch. Being snatched up fast!

One woman in Tesco just asked ‘How many bottles would it take to fill my bath?’

Boil water notice issued for people living in parts of Dublin, Kildare and Meath (RTÉ)

At the 24/7 drive-thru at Krispy Kreme in Blanchardstown, Dublin

Last night.

Outside the 24/7 drive-thru at Krispy Kreme in Blanchardstown, Dublin.

Kasia Zabłotna writes:

Since the opening of Krispy Kreme, residents of the Grove Court Apartments can not sleep peacefully, every night there is team trumpeting for donuts … even at 2.30 am. Children can not sleep, baby cries awakened repeatedly. People who live here, for nearly a week are going through a nightmare.

Watch a video of the queuing cars honking at 11.15pm last night here.


Previously: While You Were Sleeping

This morning.

At the official opening of Krispy Kreme’s first ever Irish store in Blanchardstown Centre, Dublin.

Leon Farrell writes:

“Carlos Zurbito [above] queued from 6am and was one of the first people to enter Krispy Kreme’s at the official opening of Krispy Kreme’s first ever Irish store in Blanchardstown Centre. Hundreds of people queued to be the first customers in line at the new Dublin store which opened its doors at 7am to the public. The doughnut company, famed for its original glazed recipe, is now open in seven days per week with a 24/7 drive through…”


Leon Farrell/Rollingnews



Corduff FC (above).

The mini-booted Pride of Blanchardstown.

Corduff writes:

“Is there anyone in Dublin who would like to sponsor this season’s nursery for 4,5 and 6-years-olds* at a cost of €500?”


*Corduff FC charges just €2 each week per tyke player.

Corduff FC (Facebook)



Cordfuff FC write:

“….The fantastic @Powerpainting have committed €500 to our nursery…”

G’wan the Power