Need some supplies?
If you’re hunkered down in West Cork during the Covid-19 shutdown, a Ballydehob bar could be the ideal place to stock up on groceries while avoiding the supermarket in the coming days and weeks.
The Market Shop opens in Levis today, on Wednesday, March 18th from 9.30am until noon, with fresh stocks of bread, local veggies and plants available.
The Levis crew are asking visitors to observe strict rules on social distancing so a maximum of two customers will be allowed into the shop at the same time and everyone is asked to keep a distance of two metres.
No babies or children under 16 will be allowed into the shop for now.
You can pre-order baked goods from local bakery Coolagh Bakes (their spelt bread, sourdough, brown soda bread and granary is top-notch) if you need larger volumes and pay via PayPal here.
You can also pull up to the building and have your groceries dropped out to your car if you’d rather avoid any social contact for now and Levis have also offered to deliver locally for anyone who is unable to leave their home.