Update: More Leitrim businesses are offering free food to front line staff

Leitrim Observer Reporter

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Leitrim Observer Reporter

Leitrim businesses are offering free food to front line staff

Free food for Gardai at Sliced

The Leitrim Observer has been made aware that at least three businesses are offering free food to those working on the front line.

Newly opened Sliced Wood Fired Pizza, BR Bistro and Supermacs, all in Carrick-on-Shannon are providing take way food for those in emergency services and frontline staff.

The owners of Sliced  said "we are offering complementary meals to our emergency services. Anybody on duty in our emergency services during these uncertain times we are happy to look after you all. Call ahead and we will have it ready for you or we are glad to deliver it to you."

The BR Bistro chef is "feeding the heroes free of charge through out this hard times." All gardai, fire brigade, medical personnel and all other emergency staff on duty is getting lunch 1-2pm and dinner 6-7pm daily for as long as possible from the bistro on Main street of the county town.

All Supermac outlets including the one in Cortober, Carrick-on-Shannon are offering free food to emergency workers. They stated: "Supermacs will provide free meals to members of the emergency services in recognition and apprectiation of  the effort that is being made by each and every one of them at this challenging time.

These businesses are open and operating an extensive take-away menu.

A list of Taste Leitrim members who are open, selling food online or vouchers is available on TasteLeitrim.com

If you or a business you know is helping the front line effort - let us know at fiona.heavey@leitrimobserver.ie