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Kirks Seafood
Main Street, Castleblayney Co Monaghan
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Kirks Seafood

Mary and Jim Kirk, who are from the well known fishing port of Clogherhead, now run this retail outlet in Co. Monaghan, where they offer a fine range of seafood sourced from their own home port.

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