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Black Friday Weekend At Thurles Centenary Co-Op

thurles-centenaryBlack Friday Weekend begins at Thurles Centenary Co-Op today (Friday 25th- Sat 26th November 2016), with massive saving to all consumers.

Call and check out Centenary Home & Garden at Templemore Rd. Thurles today and tomorrow.

Coal 40kg Premium bag €15.00 – a saving of €2.25 per bag.

Bord na Móna Briquettes – normally €3.85 per bale (Cheapest price currently in Thurles) are now even further reduced in price to just €3.50 per bale.

Broxo Water Softening Salt – normally €7.25 per bag – this weekend 5 x 1 bags for just €30.00.

Dog FoodsGain and Star Brands  – normally €18.70 per bag and €16.95 per bag – this weekend €32.00 and €28.00 respectively, per 2 x 1 bags purchased.

There are huge reductions also on Household Paint and special offers on other DIY Goods including Stanley, Bacho and Tata branded hand tools.

The Black Friday Sale will continue into Saturday only, to ensure that those unable to take advantage, due to work or other commitments, are given an opportunity to take full advantage of the huge discounts on offer.

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4 comments to Black Friday Weekend At Thurles Centenary Co-Op

  • Michael

    We need a lot of Black Days.

  • Katie.

    Michael. Katie here. I have been asked to write up some Christmas Cards in Gaelic. Have no idea. What is. With Best Wishes for Christmas and New Year. In Gaelic. Hope you can help Michael.

    Katie.

  • George Willoughby

    Hi Katie,
    In reply to your query of today, including options.

    “Nollaig faoi shéan agus faoi mhaise duit.”Roughly translated – Wishing you a very Happy Christmas
    “Nollaig Shona agus Bliain Úr faoi mhaise.”Happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year
    “Beannachtaí na Féile agus athbhliain faoi shéan’s faoi shonas.”Seasons greetings and a Happy and Prosperous New Year.
    “Nollaig shona duit”. – Happy Christmas (Singular)
    “Nollaig shona daoibh”. – Happy Christmas (Plural)
    “Nollaig faoi shéan is faoi mhaise duit”.Happy Christmas to you (Singular)
    “Nollaig faoi shéan is faoi mhaise daoibh”.Happy Christmas to you (Plural)
    “Beannachtaí na Nollag ort”. – Christmas Greetings to you (Singular)
    “Beannachtaí na Nollag oraibh”. – Christmas Greeting to you (Plural)
    “Athbhliain faoi mhaise duit”. – Happy New Year to you (Singular)
    “Athbhliain faoi mhaise daoibh”. – Happy New Year to you (Plural)
    “Nollaig shona duit”. – Merry Christmas (To one person).
    “Gurab amhlaidh duit”. – Same to you (To one person)
    “Nollaig shona daobih”. Merry Christmas (To more than one person).
    “Gurab amhlaidh daoibh”. – Same to you (To more than one person).
    “Nollaig shona agus athbhliain faoi mhaise duit”. – Merry Christmas and a happy new year! (To one person )
    “Nollaig shona agus athbhliain faoi mhaise daoibh”. – Merry Christmas and a happy new year! (To more than one person)
    “Bíodh Nollaig mhaith agat/agaibh”. – Have a good Christmas (‘agat’ To one person) and (‘agaibh’ To more than one person).
    “Beannachtaí na Nollag ort, a chara”. – Christmas greetings to you, friend
    “Beannachtaí na Nollag oraibh, a chairde”. – Christmas greetings to you, friends.

    Trust the above is helpful, and may I wish you and all your expatriate comrades early “Seasons Greetings”.

    Best regards George

  • Katie.

    Thank you George. The above is great. I always tell our people you are my encyclopaedia. George. We are having a huge Christmas party. And Derrick Ryan singing hold on to your hats. Is the most requested song. I will be printing out the Christmas menu. That should be fun. I am sure all my expats will agree with me if I wish you and all Thurles people “Nollaig shona agus athbhliain faoi mhaise daoibh.

    I will be doing the menus with a calligraphy pen.They will look more like Gaelic writing. George how on earth do you do your Gaelic writing on computer so well.

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