NEW STEP FOR ULTAN WITH QUIN’S PHARMACY IN BRAY
MINISTER for Health Simon Harris was in Bray last Thursday afternoon for the official opening of Quin’s Pharmacy on Quinsboro Road.
‘This really is a fantastic show of confidence in the town of Bray that another independent business is opening,’ said Minister Harris.
‘I want to take this opportunity to wish everyone in Quin’s well in their new business and commend the Bray business community for working to continue to attract new businesses into the town.
‘Growing and developing the business community in Bray is key to creating more jobs and I will continue to work to assist in any way that I can.
Bray man and pharmacist Ultan McKeon is at the helm of the new venture.
The family owned and managed community pharmacy aims ‘to improve and maintain the health and well-being of our customers and community by providing the highest possible levels of service and care,’ they said.
Ultan has always been interested in science and medicine. He studied pharmacy in Scotland and qualified as a pharmacist in 2001.
Ultan worked in community pharmacies all over Dublin before returning to Bray where he can apply his many years of experience to his job on a daily basis.
Minister Simon Harris with pharmacist Ultan McKeon, Cian McKeon and Niamh McKeon