Coming soon: new Enniskillen shops to create up to 90 jobs

Work is well underway at Erneside for the new Next extension    RMGFH191

Work is well underway at Erneside for the new Next extension RMGFH191

 UP TO 90 jobs are expected to be created in Enniskillen over the course of the coming months.

The ongoing expansion at Erneside is to bring in new jobs with the opening of a store extension and coffee shop. And, new restaurant Little Wing, which held an open recruitment day in Enniskillen last week, has promised to create up to 20 jobs in the town centre.


While the roles are expected to be a mixture of part-time and full-time, it does nonetheless represent a move in a positive direction for the town jobs-wise.

From an Erneside perspective, Next have said that they expect to create up to 65 jobs. An adjoining coffee shop in the Next store has said that it will bring 15 new jobs.

Regarding Next, a spokesman said, that ‘everything is on schedule and due to open in November of this year’.

A spokesman for Ground Espresso Bars, which is investing £500k to open three stores across the North, said that the company is looking forward to opening its new store.

“We are also delighted to be expanding our partnership with Next Plc and these new concessions will see Ground feature in six of Next’s department stores before the end of 2015 with exciting plans in the pipeline to partner with Next on a considerable number of new sites as well.”

From a high street perspective, Little Wing Pizzeria is hoping to open before the summer. It held a recruitment day in the South West College on Wednesday past (May 27).
It has said that it hopes to create up to 20 jobs.

Luke Wolsey, managing director, told the Fermanagh Herald: “We were really encouraged by the turnout for our first recruitment fair and the number of enquiries we have received so far for positions at our new Little Wing restaurant in Enniskillen.


“Little Wing provides real and meaningful long term career opportunities for people that are passionate about hospitality and customer service.”

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