Tesco opens Superstore in Adamstown 

At the official opening, from left to right, are store colleague Debbie O’Connor, area manager Brian Farrell,  store colleague Sumera Pila and store manager David Murphy

76 new jobs created



23 May 2023

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Tesco Ireland has opened a new Superstore at Adamstown in Dublin, with 76 new jobs  created at the “state-of-the-art store which offers customers a modern style shopping experience”.

An in-store bakery, an F&F clothing department, homewares and quality fresh local and Irish produce are just some of what is on offer for shoppers in the local area.

“We are thrilled to have opened this latest new store in Adamstown,” said Geoff Byrne, chief operating officer, Tesco Ireland. “The customer offering is of a very high quality and the store has brought more employment and choice to the local community.”

The Adamstown store measures more than 26,000 square foot and is equipped with a number of energy saving measures such as a zero-carbon heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system powered by green electricity, dimmable LED lighting and doors on all chill and milk fridges.

“We’ve been open and trading for several weeks now, and it’s great to see customers enjoying their shopping experience,” said store manager, David Murphy.

“The whole team and I have been given a great welcome by the local community, and we are looking forward to working together with them over the months and years ahead.”

Adamstown is the 166th Tesco store in Ireland providing supports to communities. To date, Tesco’s Community Fund has helped support thousands of organisations across the country. In its first campaign, the Adamstown store will support the locality with donations to three local causes, Adamstown Youth Community Centre, Lucan Sarsfield, and Adamstown/Lucan Crosscare.

Through the food surplus redistribution programme, FoodCloud partners and OLIO Food Waste Heroes will be on hand to ensure no good food goes to waste. The Adamstown 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, Temple St, Tallaght, and Connolly hospitals.





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