The pharmacy in an area of Dublin where homeless people are allowed to take prescription medication was created by a pharmacy owner whose family moved to Britain.
Tom thumb is a name that was coined by a man who used to live on the streets of London and the name derives from a nickname for his family.
He bought the pharmacy in 2015 after his family moved from London.
Tom thumbs pharmacy in Dublin, with the sign above, has become a popular local name with people who live in the area, including the homeless.
Tom’s wife and son live in nearby Kilkenny.
Tom says his family was originally from London but moved to Ireland when he was 11.
They left London at the age of 11 to get a better life in the UK.
“I was a very sheltered child and my dad was a school teacher, so I went to a boarding school,” Tom said.
“He worked very hard and I got on well.
I always got to go to the playground with my friends, and I always made friends.”
Tom and his family were homeless at the time.
“I said, OK, I’ll take a look and it was Tom. “
He was very good. “
I said, OK, I’ll take a look and it was Tom.
He was very good.
He knew where I was and he took the medication.”
Tom’s family moved back to London when Tom was 12.
He and his mother moved into a house near the end of the block of flats they shared in Kilkennen.
Tom said he and his brother have been homeless in the same area since the age in which they were taken to Dublin.
“There are a lot of people who have moved into the area.
There is no homeless community,” Tom explained.
“Now, it’s the same. “
There are many homeless people. “
Now, it’s the same.
There are many homeless people.
The people here have a better quality of life.”
Tom thumb, in the town of Kilkyn, in Ireland, is the only pharmacy in the city where people can buy medication for the homeless on a first come, first serve basis.
Tom and the staff have been busy selling medication to the homeless for the past year.
Tom has also worked on the medication in Kilmarnock.
Tom is now in a job that allows him to take the medication and is earning €500 a week.
“We’re not homeless but we don’t have any money to support ourselves. “
“If you ask any of the people who work in the business, they’ll tell you we are a local pharmacy and we’re just helping people.” “
Tom said that he was not looking to change the name of the shop, which is just one of many that he is doing. “
If you ask any of the people who work in the business, they’ll tell you we are a local pharmacy and we’re just helping people.”
Tom said that he was not looking to change the name of the shop, which is just one of many that he is doing.
“That name is a bit old and people don’t understand it,” he said.
Tom explained that he came to Dublin to find out about medicine.
He said he had a friend who had been living in Kilbournen and that she had been homeless for some time.
Tom had been working in the pharmacy and he decided to start a business selling medication in Dublin to people living in the surrounding area.
Tom told the BBC that he and the other staff have also been working on medication in Cork.
Tom was happy to get on with his life, and the work is helping him pay the bills and make ends meet.
Tom adds: “We don’t want to change any names.
We just want to help out. “
This is what we’re trying to do.
“And I’m saying, it is for people who are homeless. “
“They don’t ask us if we’re selling medicine, they just want us to take them to the hospital and they don’t care if they come back sick. “
“These people are just trying to make a life for themselves.””
Tom said the staff and he are trying to stay positive in their job and keep the pharmacy going. “
These people are just trying to make a life for themselves.”
Tom said the staff and he are trying to stay positive in their job and keep the pharmacy going.
He added: I just want the whole area to know that we are here for the good of the community.
Tom also said that if the medication were not for the people in Kilknoyle, he would still be working there. “
Everybody here knows what we are and we want them to know it.”
Tom also said that if the medication were not for the people in Kilknoyle, he would still be working there.
Tom went on to say that he would not