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Buttercrane Shopping Centre customers urged to wear a mask during visits

With shoppers legally required to wear face coverings from Monday 10 August 2020, Newry’s Buttercrane Shopping Centre is encouraging shoppers to protect themselves and others.


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Buttercrane management is encouraging shoppers (other than those who are exempt) to protect themselves and others by wearing a face-covering when visiting the centre. 



Buttercrane Centre mall staff will wear a mask while working on the mall.

Speaking to Newry Times, Buttercrane Centre Manager, Peter Murray, said, “By wearing a face covering, customers are showing their support and consideration for other shoppers and staff as well as playing their part to prevent transmission of the COVID-19.



“We are encouraging shoppers to wear face coverings whilst visiting the centre and moving about on mall between stores.

“The message to customers is – we want them to shop safely and feel comfortable with all the measures we’ve put in place.



“We’d remind people to adhere to social distancing guidelines and to protect yourself and others by wearing a mask or face covering when you are visiting,” Peter added.


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