Slattery’s Pub keeps the ‘GOOD’ in Good Friday

by Gazette Reporter

Slattery’s Pub in Beggars Bush, is keeping the ‘GOOD’ in Good Friday, on 30th March.

 

With the new change in licensing laws this year, Slattery’s have decided to mark the occasion by donating all bar proceeds from the day to Our Lady’s Hospice Care, Harold’s Cross and Blackrock, and local 4th Port Dodder Sea Scout Group.

 

The Dublin 4 pub is gifting all bar proceeds made on March 30th to Our Lady’s Hospice Care and the local 4th Port Dodder Sea Scout Group

 

This Good Friday is the first time in 90 years that patrons can enjoy their favourite tipple at the bar while also supporting two worthy causes!

 

Slattery’s Pub will open on Good Friday at 12.30pm, with the sponsorship running until close at 12.30am. All proceeds made on Friday will be donated to the two organisations.

 

Speaking about the decision to gift all proceeds, publican Irial Slattery said: “We wanted to do something constructive for the area on our first Good Friday with a drinking licence. While people have mixed views on the ban lift, we thought taking the opportunity to support groups close to our hearts would preserve the day as a positive.”

 

Whether someone is looking to pop in for a quick drink or somewhere to spend their Friday night, everyone is welcome to join Slattery’s in supporting both Our Lady’s Hospice Card and the local 4th Port Dodder Sea Scout Group.

 

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