Undientified Tesco store, Dublin.
Every Little Helps indeed…f**k you Tesco.
Tesco Newbridge, County Kildare.
I hope you’re all proud of yourselves.
*fills trolley with remaining bread*
Yesterday: Dun Dun Dunnes
Tesco Clearwater, Finglas, Dublin
Tesco Balbriggan, County Dublin
Tesco Ardkeen, Waterford
Tesco Clare Hall, Dublin 17 (temporarily shut)
— Joni McKenna (@joanmckennaTV) March 12, 2020
Earlier: Dun Dun Dunnes
TESCO are now hiring at the following Dublin stores:
Ballybrack, Liffey Valley, Balbriggan, Finglas, Santry, Aungier Street, Lucan, Kimmage Road
— Job Prospect (@Job_Prospect) March 12, 2020
Top pic: Rollingnews
Donabate, County Dublin,
Sheep dog Jess (above) among farmers blocking trucks from entering the Tesco central distribution centre to pick up produce for delivery for food outlets – part of the ongoing farmers’ campaign for an increase in beef prices.
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!
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?’
Alan Colohan twasks:
…why do unpackaged apples cost twice as much as plastic wrapped apples? This seriously impacts people’s ability to limit their use of single use plastics.
Further to Tesco’s efforts to halt redevelopment of Phibsboro Shopping Centre/Dalymount Park…..
Paul McCarthy writes:
Voting underway in Phibsboro as a community decides how to fight back against a supermarket that sees fit to hold back vital development. #Texit
Previously: They’re Big On Your Community
81 votes cast between 14:15 -16:15PM. Phibsboro favors standing up to Tesco. Watch this space it seems…