Fourth generation Skerries fishmonger stocking local seafood
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With over 80 years in business this is a fourth generation family fishmongers, trading since 1926 in Dublin and 1932 in the Midlands.
The friendly and helpful Skerries shop opened in 2008 and stocks a wide variety of fresh, locally caught fish, including Loughshinny Crab and Dublin Bay Prawns (landed in Skerries and Balbriggan).
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