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Lenihan’s Family Butchers

Lenihan's Family Butchers, Main Street, Delvin

Main Street, Delvin, County Westmeath, N91 Y6WV
044 966 4115

Established in 1934, Lenihan’s Family Butchers is a third generation family business and Certified Craft Butcher, owned and managed by Declan Lenihan.

All beef and lamb either comes directly from Declan’s own farm or from other trusted local farms. Our customers can be fully assured that our meats are fully traceable from farm to fork.

Aside from our quality meats, fresh fish is delivered each Wednesday. In addition, we proudly sell a full range of deli products and a wide range of fresh vegetables and sauces. With friendly and knowledgeable staff, we will happily assist our customers with queries on food portions or tips on how to prepare our meats.

Call in today and see the special offers we have available in store.

Hours Of Business

Monday – Saturday
9am – 6pm

Contact

T: 044 966 4115
E: declanlenihantld@gmail.com

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9 months ago

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We will be selling Daffodils for the Irish Cancer Society on Friday if anyone would like to support Daffodil Day 🌼

Daffodil Day

Daffodil DayMarch 24, 2017, 12:00amEach year, thousands of people across Ireland take to the streets to raise vital funds for the fight against cancer during Daffodil Day.

This year is Daffodil Day’s 30th anniversary! Help us celebrate and turn Ireland yellow on Friday, 24 March!

Join thousands of volunteers around Ireland selling daffodil pins and flowers (on streets, in businesses, homes and shopping centres) and hold Daffodil Day events to raise money for the Society’s free, nationwide services for those with, and affected by, cancer in Ireland.

There are many ways to get involved and support the fight against cancer: Hold a coffee morning at home, organise an event at work or at school, order a box of Daffodil Day pins to sell in your local business, or volunteer for a few hours on Daffodil Day itself on Friday, March 24.

To learn more and to get involved visit www.cancer.ie/daffodilday.
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