James’s Nolans News

Christmas Opening Times 2020 

OPEN MONDAY 14th TO SATURDAY 19th DECEMBER – 8 am TO 6 pm
CLOSED SUNDAY 20th DECEMBER
OPEN MONDAY 21st DECEMBER – 8 am TO 6 pm
OPEN TUESDAY 22nd DECEMBER – 8 am TO 6 pm
OPEN WEDNESDAY 23rd DECEMBER – 8 am TO 6 pm
OPEN THURSDAY 24th DECEMBER - Christmas Eve - 8 am TO 4 pm
CLOSED FRIDAY 25th DECEMBER
CLOSED SATURDAY 26th DECEMBER
CLOSED SUNDAY 27th DECEMBER
OPEN MONDAY 28th TO THURSDAY 31st DECEMBER - 8 am TO 6 pm
CLOSED FRIDAY 1st JANUARY
CLOSED SATURDAY 2nd JANUARY
CLOSED SUNDAY 3rd JANUARY
OPEN MONDAY 4th JANUARY 2021 at 8 am

We thank everyone for your valued custom throughout 2020 and assure you all of our best efforts to continue our high standard of service in 2021

Please note the Closing time on Christmas Eve is 4 o’clock

Download our Christmas Fare Flyer below

Nolan’s of Kilcullen had a very successful day at the Associated Craft Butchers of Ireland National Craft Finals which were held in the K Club, Straffan on Sunday 29th October.

Christmas 2016 

Winner of the Champion of Champion’s Butchers Shop in the U.K. & Ireland 2015

All cuts of BEEF, PORK and LAMB available.

We also have a vast selection of Home Produce and advise Customers to order EARLY to ensure availability

• Home Baked Hams
• Home Cooked Roast Beef
• Home Cooked Spiced Beef
• Nolan’s Gold Medal Homemade Sausages & Puddings
• Nolan’s Festive Cranberry Black Pudding and Cranberry Sausages
• Nolan’s Homemade Sausage Meat & Homemade Stuffing
• Nolan’s Homemade Sausage Rolls
• Nolan’s Homemade reduced Fat Sausages & homemade turkey sausages
• Nolan’s Home Cured Low Salt Rashers
• Fresh Fish & Smoked Salmon
• Irish & Continental Cheeses
• Fine Wines from around the world
• Homemade Preserves & Fruit Juices
• Fresh Fruits & Vegetables

HAMPERS - made to order, to the value of your choice.

TURKEYS
Supplied by Bertram Salter, Carlow & Denise Healy, Cork.

HAMS
Our own Special Home Cured Low Salt Hams

SMOKED HAMS

‘Rural Oscars’ 2011 –Irish winners announced 

The Countryside Alliance Ireland Awards, nicknamed the ‘Rural Oscars’, celebrate the characters, skills, traditions and enterprise of the countryside through the people who work so hard to make it tick. The Awards are public-nomination led, meaning each business is put forward by a supportive customer. Judging of a shortlist of finalists has now taken place and a winner declared in each category. Ireland’s winners for 2011 are introduced by Lyall Plant, Countryside Alliance Ireland Director:

Butcher category champion