On Saturday 13th June children and young people are invited to take part in a range of events created by Wexford artists, creatives and organisations. Cruinniu na nOg is a national day that celebrates and encourages children and young people’s participation in culture and creativity. It is a day for doing, working and creating where young people can enjoy a range of fun activities and learn new skills. This year all our events will be online and for more information visit the official website to learn all about Cruinniu na nOg and see how it is being celebrated right across the country. All events are free.
While Wexford County Council Public Parks & Playgrounds are not planned to re-open until Phase Three (scheduled for 29th June), the tennis court facilities in both Duncannon & New Ross are already reopened. Please see Return to Tennis Guidance advice from Tennis Ireland available here.
A new booklet, ‘Gardening for Biodiversity’ has been launched to encourage people to promote wildlife in gardens at home, with tips for beginners and those who are more ambitious DIY enthusiasts. Funded by the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, the booklet is available to access here, along with a range of other interesting activities for your garden such as how to create a wildflower garden, bee nesting sites and much more.
Wexford Public Libraries have a range of activities available through their YouTube channel and on their facebook pages. Activities include Monday Crafternoons, Story Time and lots more.
A reminder to check out gov.ie for more national resources and supports.