Monthly Archives: July 2016

Festivals Galore this August Bank Holiday in Wexford


Gorey Market House Festival to Rock Wexford with Free Music Concerts this August Bank Holiday A weekend filled with free music concerts from artists including Seo Linn, Paddy Casey and Cry Before Dawn plus an action packed programme of family … Continue reading

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Rock ‘n’ Roll Festival and Food Festival join forces to create a Rock’in Food Festival in Wexford this August Bank Holiday


Enniscorthy Rock ‘n’ Roll Town Festival and Enniscorthy Food Festival have joined forces to bring create the unique experience of a Rockin’ Food Festival and welcome thousands of visitors this August bank holiday in Enniscorthy, Wexford.   Food and music … Continue reading

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Johnstown Castle Open Day


Johnstown Castle, Co. Wexford is opening its doors next week to give the public a glimpse of what has been happening there recently and learn about its exciting plans for the next few years. Thanks to the generous support of … Continue reading

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First cruise ship in 20 years to visit Wexford


First cruise ship to visit port in twenty years Port and tourism interests working together to bring more cruise ships to Wexford   Rosslare Europort will welcome the Fred Olsen Lines cruise ship MS Braemar this Thursday (14th July) to … Continue reading

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Enjoy a day out at the Bannon & Rathangan Show


Now in its 67th Year and rich in tradition, the Bannow & Rathangan Show continues to showcase all that is good within our community.   This show which is a one day event, takes place on the second Thursday in July, … Continue reading

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Kennedy Summer School… 8th, 9th and 10th of September – Save the date!


First announcements from the 2016 Kennedy Summer School The Kennedy Summer School is billed as ‘A Festival of Irish and American, History, Politics and Culture’, and 2016 is set to be a dramatic year on all three of these fronts, and on both … Continue reading

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