Siopa an Phobail enters new chapter as Tesco Indreabhán

Tesco Ireland has today opened the doors at Siopa an Phobail, Indreabhán, Co Galway. The newly refurbished store was officially opened this morning by store manager, Majella Conneely, a native of Indreabhán, who welcomed the first customers into the store which is bringing employment and choice to the local community.

This Tesco/ Siopa an Phobail will offer customers an extensive range of quality fresh Irish foods and will also feature produce from several local Galway producers including An Garraí Glás, All about Kombucha and West Ireland Art. The Indreabhán store will employ local colleagues, the majority of whom are native Irish speakers and will operate as gaeilge with customer choice at the forefront.

Geoff Byrne, Chief Operating Officer, Tesco Ireland said: “I’m delighted to be here in Indreabhán today to see the doors open on our latest store. It is a significant day for us as it will be our first store that we will operate through Irish and English. We welcome Siopa an Phobail to our store network and look forward to playing a big part in the local Indreabhán community for years to come.”  

Majella Conneely, Store Manager, said: “Táim an-sásta fáilte a chur roimh chustaiméirí anseo inniu. 

The team and I are really excited to welcome customers into our store today. We have put in a lot of work to ensure that customer experience continues to be of the highest standard. We, at Siopa an Phobail, are all really looking to continuing our relationship with the local community while providing them with the benefits that Tesco brings.”

 Through Low Everyday Prices, customers can be assured of great value on their shopping, while also getting rewarded with Clubcard points. Low Everyday Prices are available on everyday essentials from cupboard staples to household basics, while Aldi Price Match offers customers hundreds of products price matched against Aldi including great value meals for four.


The Tesco Community Fund which supports local community groups across the country with donations will work with three local causes, Michael Breathnach CLG, Playground and Taisce Chois Fharraige. The Indreabhán store will collaborate with Tesco partner FoodCloud and food sharing app OLIO, to ensure that surplus food gets redistributed in the community. The team will also join Tesco’s continued efforts to support its charity partner, Children’s Health Foundation which supports all sick children in CHI at Crumlin, Connolly, Temple Street, and Tallaght hospitals.

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