The leading ladies of Wexford’s ICA being celebrated at Enniscorthy Castle… an exhibition celebrating the achievements of Wexford’s pioneering ICA members entitled “Deeds not Words” is on display at the beautiful Enniscorthy Castle until June 2012.
The exhibition features several of the key members associated with the foundation and development of the Irish Countrywomen’s Association including Anita Lett, Oonagh Corbett, Margaret Stamp and Lady Talbot Power. Also on display are range of crafts and memorabilia dating back to the formation of the organisation, completed by some of its most influential members.
Coming up on March 19 is a not to be missed celebration of the legendary hurler Nickey Rackard. An amazing bronze statue of Nickey Rakard will be unveiled at a public ceremony in Selskar Square on March 19 at 2.30pm.
The event is open to the public and the more the merrier. The sculptor who has created this work of art is none other than the much acclaimed Mark Richards who amongst many creations was the Royal Wedding Coin of William and Kate….
For further information see www.visitwexford.ie