The Beast from the East: Bulk-buying bread in Ireland

By | 01/03/2018

The Beast from the East: Bulk-buying bread in Ireland

THE weather’s bad in Rotherham but has the Beast From The East hit anywhere here as hard as it has in Ireland?

People there have reacted to The Beast by bulk-buying bread, rushing to stock up on a loaf or two to get them through the next few days.

 

 

There are reports of supermarket shelves cleared out of bread and milk in many areas. Such is the demand, ‘breadwatch’ began trending on Twitter as a response to those panic-buying for the storm.

 

 

Undoubtedly, there will be many people in Rotherham unable to get out to the shops, with reports of locals carrying out shopping for elderly neighbours.

Do you have any examples of good Samaritans helping out others as the Beast From The East bites hard?

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