Childers Road Celebrates 10th Birthday

Childers Road Retail Park will celebrate its 10th Birthday with a weekend of fun and exciting celebrations from Friday 6th November to Sunday 8th November.


The action-packed celebrations – a ‘thank you’ to the people of Limerick for their continued custom and support, will include a live radio broadcast, instore entertainment, special offers, spot prizes, face painting and much more.


Childers Road Retail Park is located at the junction of Childers Road and Bloodmill Road and is considered one of the finest examples of retail warehousing in Limerick and indeed the country. It’s home to 12 retail stores, 1 café Costa Coffee and 2 restaurants, KFC and Pizza Hut, in a traditional open mall with ample front car parking.


The main feature of the birthday weekend will take place on Saturday the 7th November when Limerick Live 95FM will broadcast The Weekend Mix Show live from Childers Road Retail Park from 11am-2pm.


They will also have their promotional team on site on the day to give away amazing spot prizes to lucky shoppers. The retail park is a pivotal shopping destination with Dunnes Stores as its anchor tenant. It’s also home to Lifestyle Sports, Maplin, Smyths Toys, Heatons, Next, Harry Corry, Boots and many other popular shops.

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