MacDonagh Junction now offer a FREE personal shopper service throughout the Centre. Why not take advantage of this unique opportunity to get personalised style/fashion advice.
Our new gift card service offers the facility for a Savings Club. This allows shoppers to put money aside and then at their own convenience withdraw a gift card when required. The savings club is available to use at the customer service desk 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday and 12 noon to 5pm Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holidays. For further information please contact a member of our centre management.
- Easy to lodge
- Easy to track balances
- Easy to withdraw savings
- FREE children’s play area
- Postal Stamps at Customer Service
- Spacious toilet and baby changing facilities
- FREE WiFi
- Free Phone Taxi service
- Indoor car parking
- Customer Service Desk
- Complimentary children’s buggy
- Complimentary umbrella loan service
- Flat battery start service in our car park
- Bicycle parking
- Boardroom hire
- Borrow a bike lock
- Phone charging service
- Fax and photocopy service
- Personal shopper
- Pregnancy / Mother & Baby Parking
- Public notice board
- Gift cards
- iDME wristband hire
- Complimentary wheelchair loan service
I received fantastic assistance today at the customer service desk. The assistant even helped me enter a draw. The Halloween Party was very enjoyable. The kids had a fantastic time, very child friendly.
Great atmosphere in MDJ today. Lots of activities for the kids to enjoy on a miserable day. Great help from the lady on the front desk. Needed some help as we are in Kilkenny for just the weekend.
MacDonagh Shopping Centre is probably one of the cleanest Centres I’ve shopped in, toilets are always immaculate.
We were in Kilkenny for the long weekend and popped into MacDonagh Junction for a bite of lunch on our way to Kilkenny Castle. We were just about to leave when the kids entertainment kicked off. Many thanks to whoever organised the entertainment – it really made our weekend. We usually head to Spain for the Easter break but I think the smallies will vote for Kilkenny (or rather MacDonagh Junction) again next year.