Lá Fhéile Pádraig Contae Loch Garman

By Dan Walsh Marching sports and cultural organisations, floats and vintage machinery, music and colour, are some of the amazing features of the St. Patrick’s Day parade, and of course the children, the families, the atmosphere and the crowds! Tonight, Met Éireann gave us the forecast; “St. Patrick’s Day morning will be mostly cloudy withContinue reading “Lá Fhéile Pádraig Contae Loch Garman”

The search for Ireland’s Next Big Tourist Attraction!

TG4 and Adare Productions are back with a new series of ‘Beidh Mé Ar Ais’, in search of Ireland’s Next Big Tourist Attraction. If you feel your tourist attraction isn’t getting the attention it deserves or maybe the effects of the pandemic knocked your tourist attraction right off the map, or maybe you have aContinue reading “The search for Ireland’s Next Big Tourist Attraction!”

Wexford wears Green for St. Patrick’s Day

By Dan Walsh Thankfully, the pandemic has gone and the St. Patrick’s Day festivities are welcome back restoring pride in our nationhood, celebrating in our own inimitable style, music and entertainment at the parades and a social gathering that is all-inclusive and a joy to experience. There is a parade near you and WexfordLocal.com hasContinue reading “Wexford wears Green for St. Patrick’s Day”

New daily river cruise between New Ross and Waterford

By Dan Walsh Tourism and adventure in the South East will be enhanced with a daily river cruise service between New Ross to Waterford when the Barrow Princess commences its schedule on Friday, March 18th. Departing from New Ross marina each morning, a 90-minute cruise will bring passengers from New Ross down the river Barrow,Continue reading “New daily river cruise between New Ross and Waterford”

Senator Byrne selling Wexford to the French!

By Dan Walsh Wexford’s Senator Malcolm Byrne was part of a small group of Irish parliamentarians meeting with members of the French National Assembly and Senate in Dublin today. The meeting discussed furthering links between the two countries, particularly in the areas of trade, tourism, culture and education. The French group is part of theContinue reading “Senator Byrne selling Wexford to the French!”

Easing congestion at Cahore Pier

By Dan Walsh With the June Bank Holiday looming, and the weather forecast favourable for outdoor pursuits, positive efforts are being made to avoid last week’s traffic chaos at Cahore Pier. Cllr Mary Farrell has announced a temporary solution to some of the parking problems at the popular North Wexford resort. “I have been workingContinue reading “Easing congestion at Cahore Pier”