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It’s unprecedented times for businesses as attempts are made to flatten the curve of the spread of coronavirus.

Many doors remain open and The Clare Echo has compiled a local directory by areas to alert you as to what businesses are still operating as normal and are in need of your support.

If your business is open but does not feature below, please contact us and we will add it to the list. Tweet us @ClareEcho, message us on Facebook or Instagram or email news@clareecho.ie.

CARRIGAHOLT:
Long Dock is open as a takeaway only. Ideas on what to order available from thelongdock.com. Ring and collect from 065-905-8106 between 12pm and 8pm (Thursday to Sunday).

COORACLARE:
Vaughan’s Filling Station are asking customers to adhere to social distancing guidelines. Deliveries are being carried out for those that make requests. Hours: 7am – 9pm (daily). Contact: 065-905-9338.

CREE:
Meaney’s have installed screen protectors and have hand sanitises at the entrance to their store. Home deliveries are being carried out, alternatively customers can phone in their order and it can be dropped to their car. Hours: 9am – 8pm (Monday – Sunday). Contact: 086-193-2338 / 065-905-9015.

DARRAGH:
McNamees Londis still open. Their deli is full to the brim. Contact: 065 683 8078.

DOONBEG:
McInerney’s Shop have started free deliveries. Order and pay by card over the phone. Hours: 08:30am – 08:30pm (Tuesday – Saturday), 08:30am – 2pm, 3pm – 08:30pm (Sunday), 08:30am – 09:30pm (Monday). Contact: 065 9055010.

KILDYSART:
Safety screens have been installed at Centra for the benefit of staff and customers. Hand sanitiser is in store for customer use. A fresh batch of anti-bacterial wipes has also been delivered to the store. Hours: 7am – 10pm (Monday – Saturday), 8am – 6pm (Sunday). Contact: 0656832056.

Doohan’s Foodstore have said customers are all following HSE guidelines on social distancing. Hours: 07:30am – 9pm (Monday – Saturday), 07:30am – 6pm (Sunday). Contact: 065-683-2100.

KILKEE:
McNamara’s Shop are following all Government guidelines. Hours: 07:45am – 7pm (Monday – Saturday), 9am – 1pm (Sunday). Contact: 065-905-6075.

Next Door Off Licence open from 10:30am to 10pm, one customer at a time policy in place.

Nolan’s Deli have put new measures in place as they remain open. Six customers only are allowed in the store at one time, all customers must keep 1m apart, contactless payments have been encouraged, cash payments will still be accepted. Hours: 8am – 6pm (Monday – Friday), 8:30am – 6pm (Saturday), 9am – 5pm (Sunday).

KILLIMER –
Shannon Ferries are continuing operations. Those on board the ferry must remain in vehicles when crossing at all times, management have encouraged the purchase of tickets online to allow for minimal contact. The latest ferry until further notice is at 7pm (Killimer) and 7:30pm (Tarbert).

Irish ICE Cards are open. They produce In Case of Emergency Cards. CONTACT: 0879777011 / info@irishicecard.ie

KILMALEY:
McNamees XL is fully stocked. Hours: 8am – 9pm (Monday – Saturday), 8am – 8pm (Sunday). Contact: (065) 683 9392

KILMIHIL:
Fitzpatrick Costcutter & Circle K have a 24 hour fuel pump payment method via card. Customers have been asked to use hand sanitiser when entering their store. Hours: 07:30am – 09:30pm (Monday – Friday), 8am – 9pm (Saturday), 08:30am – 9pm (Sunday).

Johnston’s Centra are on top of everything with fresh stock keeping their regulars happy. Hours: 07:45am – 8:45pm (Monday – Friday), 07:45am – 7:45pm (Saturday & Sunday).

Ryan’s Butchers are open and are following all HSE recommendations in store.

KILRUSH:
Chiropodist Erica Burke is to do house calls on request. Contact: 065 905 1000.

Coffeys Café and Pizzeria at Market Square now operating a call and collect service. Hours: Contact: 065 905 1170.

Gleesons Household & Cycles on Henry St now have a phone and collect service. Hours: 9am – 6pm (Monday – Saturday). Contact: 065 905 1127.

Eileen Clair Holistic Health is still open “helping with emotional and physical health at this crucial time as we always do”.

J Hartman Jewellers commenced a call and collect service and delivery for any items from their Moore St store. Hours: 10am – 6pm (Monday – Saturday). Contact: 065 905 1135

Kelly’s Meat Store have their Sausage Van on the road dropping orders to the door. Contact: 065-9052818 / 086-8148855. Hours: 8am – 6pm (Monday – Saturday).

Kilrush Laundry on Burton Street is open  and adhering to all HSE guidelines. Hours: 10am – 4pm (Tuesday – Friday), 10am – 4pm (Saturday). Contact: 0872379835.

Next Door Off Licence open from 10:30am to 10pm, one customer at a time policy in place.

O’Sullivan’s located on Moore St have reminded customers to wash their hands. They have posted some virtual browsing on their Facebook page and can put aside any items for collection that viewers like. Hours: 09:30am – 6pm (Monday – Saturday). Contact: 065 9051071 / osullivanskilrush@gmail.com.

Pen2Paper have assured customers they are maintaining the highest health standards possible. Hours: 10am – 6pm (Monday – Saturday). Contact: (065) 908 0946.

Ryan’s Butchers are open and are following all HSE recommendations in store.

Queally’s SuperValu on Francis St have constructed safety screen at checkout tills to protect staff and customers. Home deliveries an option for customers that wish to avoid the store. Hours: 8am – 10pm (Monday – Saturday), 8am – 9pm (Sunday). Contact: 065 905 1885

The Family Store on Moore St have started postage orders with social distancing being followed in store. Contact: 065 905 1703. Hours: 09:30am – 6pm (Monday – Saturday).

West Coast Catering are offering a seven day meal deal for €40. From Monday, they will be offering a small temporary menu on a ring and collect basis only to minimise contact. The menu will be posted in advance on their Facebook page. Contact: 087382767.

LISSYCASEY:
Talty’s Mace is fully stocked. They are also running a call and collect service, phone 065-683-4151. With the shortage of hand sanitiser, they are offering 100ml from their stock free of charge to loyal customers who bring their own bottle. Opening hours: 7am – 9pm (Monday – Friday), 7am – 8pm (Saturday), 8am – 8pm (Sunday).

MILTOWN MALBAY:
An Siopa Beag are open selling fashion, footwear and elderly care supplies. Home deliveries are an option for those who cannot make it to their store. Hours now reduced to 11am – 3pm (Monday – Saturday), contact 065 708 4860.

Cottage Garden Centre have started local deliveries and have now a call to collect service in place. Hours: 10am – 5:30pm (Tuesday – Saturday), 12pm – 5pm (Sunday). Contact: 087 686 5443.

Jones’ Super Valu have set up a shop and collect service. After scanning the product list at supervalu.ie, email your shopping list to supervalujones@gmail.com with your name, phone number and address, once the basket is checked out you will receive a phonecall. Collection times will be dictated by the levels of orders but the process is expected to take at least two hours. Queries to 0657085677 or 0879777878. Open from 8am to 9pm daily.

Londis have increased their contactless limit from €30 to €50. They received a new delivery of stock on Wednesday. Contact: 065 708 4101. Hours: 8am – 7pm (Monday – Wednesday, Saturday), 8am – 8pm (Thursday – Friday), 8:30am – 6pm (Sunday).

Old Bakehouse Restaurant in Miltown Malbay have increased the distance between tables. “In response to today’s guidelines on social distancing, our tables are now all at least one meter apart. We hope this will give you peace of mind”. For takeaways, contact (065) 708 4350.

Rays of Beauty are posting and delivering vouchers. Contact the beauty salon: 087 9063865.

Vaughan’s Spar is offering a free home delivery service to anyone unable to get to the shop, contact 065-7084734 or 0876871040 to avail of it. 24 hour fuel pump is available on site with payment at the pumps. They are open from 7am to 11pm daily.

QUILTY:
O’Dwyers XL still open. Contact: 083 892 5389

Paschal O’Dwyers Shop & Filling Station are encouraging customers to let staff fill their fuel or use gloves provided. “Keeping our customers safe is our top priority”.

SPANISH POINT:
The Armada Hotel is closed but they are still taking bookings for gift cards, hampers, luxury soaps, Jo Brown skincare and Armada gin. Phone 065 708 4110 for more.

TIERMACLANE:
Carrigs Mace & Applegreen has pointed out dropping fuel prices as it remains open seven days a week. Hours: 06:30am – 9pm (Monday – Friday), 7am – 9pm (Saturday), 8am – 8pm (Sunday).

Páraic McMahon is Head of News & Sport with The Clare Echo. The Newmarket-on-Fergus native also writes for national papers including The Irish Examiner, The Irish Independent and The Irish Times along with doing work for RTÉ, Today FM, TheJournal.ie and The42.ie. A graduate of Mary Immaculate College, Páraic was previously employed by The Clare Herald and Clare FM. If you have a story, tip or some feedback for him then send an email to - paraic@clareecho.ie

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