You are not alone – If you are concerned and need to talk to someone there are people to help.
First of all – if you feel unwell and think you have symptoms of Coronavirus – ring the HSE triage line 185 0241 850. Do not ring 112 or 999.
Locally, speak to your neighbours, ring and check on them.
Keep in touch with your friends, don’t feel lonely.
To all our neighbours in Kilbaha, Ross, Fodera, Cross, Querrin, Doonaha and Kilkee and all surrounding areas we want to make ourselves available for collections of food shopping, fuel or prescriptions for anyone who is anxious about being out and about right now. You can call or text.
- Liz Greehy – 086 1924385
- Teresa O’Gorman – 087 774 4646
- Mags Keane – 086 888 6820
- Mark Carmody – 086 377 9958
Kenny’s Taxis, Kilkee.
086 268 7987 Happy to help delivery of shopping and medicines.
Prescriptions and Pharmacy
Williams Pharmacy, Circular Road, Kilkee
Open 9.15am – 6pm Monday – Saturday
You can ring before hand and your order/medicine can be brought out to your car.
065 9056 141
If you need some else to collect your prescription, please ring to say who the nominated person is.
Food supplies and newsagents and fuel
McNamara’s O’Connel Street
Supermarket and newsagent
Monday – Friday 7.30 – 8.45pm
Saturday & Sunday 7.30 – 7.45pm
065 905 6075
Hickies Victuallers O’Connell Street
Butchers and Grocery
Open as usual
065 905 6027
Hayes Supermarket O’Connell Street
Grocery and newsagent
9am – 9pm
086 089 7336
Mace Supermarket O’Curry Street
Open as usual
065 905 6249
065 905 6028
9am – 5.30pm Monday to Friday
065 905 58182
11am – 4pm closed Wednesdays and Sundays
086 888 6820
Kerry Agri Business
Petrol, diesel and coal
Monday – Saturday 9am – 5pm
065 905 8037
Grocery and fuel
Prescription and medicine pick up daily
Monday to Saturday 10.30am – 6pm
Sunday 10.30am – 2pm
086 085 8153
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