The Streams of Bunclody Festival is being officially opened by Renowned Singer \Song writer Nial Toner on Friday 21st July at 9.00pm in ArtBank, Main street, Bunclody. To be followed at 9.45pm by a Fire and Musical spectacle. Courtesy of The Fairy and The Fiddler. At 8.00pm it is opening it’s Mid Summer exhibition…Details
To mark 219th anniversary of the Battle of Vinegar Hill, the National 1798 Rebellion Centre are hosting ´The Longest Day´, a memorial ceremony remembering all those who died during the 1798 Rebellion. This annual event is aptly entitled ‘The Longest Day’ as the 21st of June, the day of the battle is indeed the longest…Details
Golden 50th Strawberry & Street Rhythms Events! This year is the Golden 50th Strawberry Fair Festival, one of the countries longest running rural town Festival! Celebrating the harvest of Strawberries with Wheelock fruits, Enniscorthy. The Strawberry Fair has joined forces with Enniscorthy Street Rhythms and Dance Festival along with The Strawberry Roots Festival filling up…Details
Enniscorthy Tourism hold a photo competition running every two months. We have local sponsors who sponsor a prize and entries are posted on our “Enniscorthy Tourism” facebook page. Terms and conditions for the competition are posted below. This has proven to be a great success – seeing the most amazing photographs of our beautiful County…Details
Wexford4Kids.ie is a new County Wexford-centric resource for families living in and visiting the area. Our aim is to assist with every day parenting by sharing information on activities, clubs, events, family friendly businesses and family support services along with charitable organizations. Wexford 4 Kids will be a one stop website for anyone wanting…Details
Southeast Rock n Roll Club
Tomcat and The Zodiacs plus DJ, I.F.A. Centre, Enniscorthy, Easter Sunday 16th April 2017 at 9pm
Thank you to The Echo Newspapers for sponsoring the fantastic prize €500 Advertising Package.
Well done Steemers’!
Enniscorthy Town was completely decked out in green white & gold for St Patrick’s Day. Thousands of spectators lined the streets to enjoy the sites and shounds of the parade which had everything from hilariously well thought out floats to vintage cars and machinery and of course a whole load of cute and excited children…Details
2.00pm Market Square Entertainment: Music, Dance and children’s entertainment with free face-painting
3.00pm Street Parade will commence from St Senan’s Church