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General News / November 13, 2020

This year’s Henry Street Christmas Markets have been cancelled

Photo: Photocall Ireland
General News / November 13, 2020

This year’s Henry Street Christmas Markets have been cancelled

Words: Katie Gartland

The City Centre won’t be the same this Christmas.

Stall owners on Henry Street and Mary Street have been told they can’t trade this Christmas, due to the Covid 19 pandemic. Dublin City Council announced yesterday that the markets weren’t going ahead.

Necessary social distancing during this year’s Christmas shopping season has meant the beloved stalls will have to cease trading due to the narrow width of Henry Street.

Social Democrat Councillor Gary Gannon criticised the Coucil’s decision in a thread on Twitter: