Mr iPhone shop in Drogheda forced to temporarily close as extensive works get carried out on listed building – TheLiberal.ie – Our News, Your Views

Mr iPhone shop in Drogheda forced to temporarily close as extensive works get carried out on listed building




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The best known mobile phone repair shop in Drogheda, County Louth, Mr iPhone, has been forced to temporarily close its doors for a short time until extensive works get carried out on the listed building in which it’s located.

At the intersection of Shop Street, West St, Laurence St and Peter St lies the beautiful building where Mr iPhone’s shop is.

The Liberal understands that on Saturday morning, the proprietor of Mr iPhone found a large piece of stonework on the ground having fallen from the roof of the building.

Putting the safety of the public first, Mr iPhone is temporarily closed for extensive works to be carried out in conjunction with Drogheda Council.

Mr iPhone told The Liberal:
“We’d like to re-assure our customers that our shop, Mr iPhone is not closed down, it is just closed temporarily while the building gets refurbished and renovated. The public’s safety in and around our shop is our priority and we’d like to thank our customers for their well wishes and look forward to welcoming them back in soon”.

“In the meantime, our customers can continue to enjoy our service in our other phone shop beside Meat Market Lane on West Street”.

The good news for Drogheda is that a number of construction works are being carried out in and around the centre of the town which should revitalise the main thoroughfare of the town centre area.

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