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English soap opera actor to open city shop

Alan Lewis - Photopress Belfast    7/6/2008
Dominic Brunt who plays Paddy Kirk signing autographs at the Emmerdale Experience at Holywood County Down this afternoon.

Alan Lewis - Photopress Belfast 7/6/2008 Dominic Brunt who plays Paddy Kirk signing autographs at the Emmerdale Experience at Holywood County Down this afternoon.

ENGLISH soap opera actor Dominic Brunt - aka Paddy Kirk - will visit Londonderry on Saturday for a fun day to celebrate the opening of a new Poundland shop in Waterloo Place - which will create 27 new temporary jobs.

The family fun day will take place on Saturday, September 22 when Emmerdale’s Dominic Brunt gets the party started signing autographs and having his picture taken with local fans.

From 10am ‘Paddy Kirk’ will be giving out £1 vouchers, which shoppers can exchange for anything from multi-bags of Walkers Crisps to greeting cards for every occasion.

The family fun day will offer shoppers plenty of ways to win Poundland goodies. Party goers can take part in ‘Poundland Lucky Numbers’ where £100 worth of store vouchers will be up for grabs. The fun will continue all day with Poundland’s in-store DJ handing out balloons and sweets and getting the crowds excited.

Poundland has over 400 stores nationwide selling an array of products at just £1. The range includes top brand essentials including Mr Muscle, Cadbury, Weight Watchers, Colgate and Heinz.

Poundland also offers seasonal products including a special range for Halloween. There are plenty of offers including 3 for £1 on pick and mix crisps, chocolates and drinks, and ‘buy one get one free’ deals, so shoppers can get even more for a pound.

Poundland’s Trading Director, David Coxon, says: “We are delighted to bring our unique proposition to Derry, Waterloo Place.

“Poundland offers exceptional value on top branded products to over 4 million customers every week .The £1 price hasn’t changed since we opened our first store 22 years ago. Our current customers love us and we are sure the Derry shoppers will too.”

 

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