Shop ’n’ Drop valet service for Cork city shoppers

Shop ’n’ Drop valet service for Cork city shoppers

Lord Mayor of Cork, Cllr Mick Finn, and Paul McGuirk, Cork City Council city centre co-ordinator, preparing for the opening of the Christmas Shop ‘n’ Drop valet service at 1/2, Cook Street, in aid of Breakthrough Cancer Research. Picture Denis Minihane

BUSY Christmas shoppers will now be able to enjoy the city hands-free with a new service that allows you to leave your bags in a safe place.

Located at 1-2 Cook Street (previously Specsavers), just off Patrick Street, the service asks for a small donation from shoppers for Breakthrough Cancer Research.

It aims to encourage shoppers to enjoy the city by allowing them to drop off their bags and go for a drink or a meal, hassle-free.

Orla Dolan, Breakthrough Cancer Research CEO, said, it is not only convenient for shoppers but will also raise funds for cancer research.

“If you are shopping in the city this Christmas, please do stop by and avail of our special shopping-bag minding service,” said Ms Dolan. “We will be providing a safe place to leave all your heavy bags.”

Raymond Kelleher, chair of the Cork City Centre Forum, has urged shoppers to add their support to Breakthrough Cancer Research and avail of the service.

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