Serving the public for almost 40 years
MCFADDEN’S of Drogheda Street Balbriggan has been a family run business since 1977. Stan and Pauline McFadden first opened their doors to the public 40 years ago. Back then the main focus was on custom made curtains, blinds, wool, bedding, haberdashery and sportswear. Followed shortly by the manufacturing of school uniforms. Today McFadden’s still provide all these products. The sportswear and uniform section is now run by Noel Heaney and he is synonymous for providing quality school uniforms for many of the schools in Balbriggan and surrounding areas.
Two years ago Tracey McFadden took over the business. Since taking charge Tracey has introduced a vast array of new products and brands. Existing ranges have also been enhanced. As this is McFadden’s 40th year in business and to mark this momentous occasion McFadden’s are having an extensive sale from May 15th to May 27th.
Most of the Luxaflex range of blinds will have 20% off for this period. This discount will apply to roller, wood venetians, roman and vertical blinds and many more.
All custom made curtains will have 20% off and will include fabrics such as Clarke & Clarke, Emily McGuinness, Ashley Wilde, Studio G & Prestigious Textiles to name but a few. Scatterbox and SLX ready-made curtains will have 20% off during the sale.
Even the new stock of Catherine Lansfield Bed Linen including the Bianca 100% cotton range and Malini Cushions will have 10% off.
The 40 year celebration will culminate with a massive one day sale in store on Saturday the 27th of May.
Follow us on Facebook for updates (www.facebook.com/ mcfaddensest1977). We are launching our new website in June 2017 which will cater for online shopping shortly after (www. mcfaddensbalbriggan.com).
McFadden’s would like to thank their customers and suppliers for their continued support and here’s to another 40 years of business in Balbriggan.
Photo courtesy of Balbriggan & District Photographic Group
Debbie O’Mahoney, Tracey McFadden and Rachel Farrell. Missing from picture is Margaret Sheridan.