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Monday 23 October 2017

Back to their roots at Sherwoods

By Amy Lewis

CUTTING THE TAPE ON THE NEW-LOOK STORE: Bernie Riordon, Nancy Sherwood, Liam Riordon, John Sherwood , Roy McCabe and Margaret McCabe.
CUTTING THE TAPE ON THE NEW-LOOK STORE: Bernie Riordon, Nancy Sherwood, Liam Riordon, John Sherwood , Roy McCabe and Margaret McCabe.

Staff at McCabes Sherwoods returned to their roots when they unveiled their new shop under the name Sherwoods Pharmacy.

The store, which is still running under the McCabes brand has been in existence in Wexford Town for over 50 years.

They decided to rename the store to keep the original Sherwoods name alive.

Along with the rebranding efforts, the store owners recently refurbished the interior.

The store was unveiled to the public last weekend at a celebratory launch.

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