Polish in Ireland: ‘Our community has been invisible even though it’s so large’

They came to Ireland in their tens of thousands from 2004, quickly establishing themselves as the country’s biggest minority.

he Polish community spread across the country, and grocery shops opened in every sizable town or suburb to cater for their desire for smoked meats, pierogi dumplings and the ingredients for a bigos stew.


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