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07-08-2020, 22:33   #6811
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Yes, they are now closed.

That section of Bridge street is looking very empty now!
And it's gonna be all ripped up for the best part of a year shortly too.
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07-08-2020, 22:43   #6812
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And it's gonna be all ripped up for the best part of a year shortly too.
What's gonna be happening there?
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Everyone will be familiar with the famous area outside Siamsa near the big tree where young people gather and congregate during rose of tralee.
A guard told me they used to call it "the hormonal tree"

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Town is really busy with people around the last few days, the mall especially so.
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Town is really busy with people around the last few days, the mall especially so.
Good. Hopefully people are spending..
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Town is really busy with people around the last few days, the mall especially so.
Noticed that too, outside of rose of tralee I would say busiest I've seen it in years
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I was in from about 12pm - 2pm today and it didn't seem as busy as a normal Saturday, but I'm sure the sunshine had people flock to the beaches so its not surprising!
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Has the Saturday farmers market outside the Brandon carpark finished for the summer? I haven't been down that way on a Saturday in a while, but we were parking there today and they weren't there (just before 2pm).
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It's been on the past few Saturdays, don't think they finish for summer but 2 is a bit on the late side, I find 11 is even too late if you want cinnamon rolls!
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It's been on the past few Saturdays, don't think they finish for summer but 2 is a bit on the late side, I find 11 is even too late if you want cinnamon rolls!
I wasn't going there specifically, I just noticed they were all gone by 2pm when I was going into carpark. I thought they were usually the until 3pm. I never get down to them on time any time I'm down there!
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The theory is probably 3 but realistically they are well sold out by that stage so I doubt anyone is still there that late. I used to do a market years ago which was supposed to last until 2.30ish but it was on Sundays and once the after Mass crowd was gone most people packed up and went home early.
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I guess it's a good sign if they are sold out! Glad to hear they are still doing it though. If I manage to get down early some Saturday I must try and pop over. Especially for a cinnamon roll!

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The last one was packing up when I passed at 1:15 today.
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What's gonna be happening there?
The next phase of the town centre rehabilitation, extending the works that were carried out on the Mall & Bridge St, to Russell St & Lower Rock St.
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