Fish shop moving out of Belmore Street

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Paul Molloy, of Molloy’s Fish Market

ONE OF Enniskillen’s best known food shops – Molloy’s Fish Market – is moving out of Belmore Street and will now operate exclusively from Tesco in the town.

The store, which provides a fresh selection of fish from Killybegs each day will shut up shop on Belmore Street on Monday, November 17.


Despite the store closing the owners of Molloy’s Fish Market, brothers Shane and Paul Molloy say shoppers can be assured of the same high quality fresh produce as the counter receives daily deliveries from Molloy’s processing facility in Killybegs.

A family owned business, originally established in 1968 by Conal Snr, Molloy’s, have been supplying fresh, frozen and smoked fish for over 40 years.

Shane Molloy, Director of Molloy’s Fish Market, said: “We look forward to enhancing our customer’s experience by delivering a wider product range at great value prices combined with new extended opening hours. We would like to take the opportunity to sincerely thank our customers for their support and custom in our Belmore Street Store as well as their support to date in Tesco’s. We look forward to continuing to serve you from our dedicated Fish Market Counter within Tesco, Enniskillen.”

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