Wexford County Council’s highly popular Primary Schools Christmas Decoration Competition came to a close yesterday evening with a reception and prize-giving reception in the Council’s headquarters at County Hall Wexford.
Providing a festive note to the start of the school Christmas holidays, dozens of children and their parents, families and teachers joined with Cathaoirleach Cllr. Keith Doyle, elected members, Council officials together with Alan Corcoran of South East Radio at the special awards ceremony. On view on the evening were hundreds of colourful and ingenious Christmas decorations, all of them made from recycled materials by primary school children from every part of the County.
Following on from the sucesssful applications made in 2017 and in 2018 and in order to prepare for an anticipated announcement in 2019, the Community Section of Wexford County Council intends to hold 4 Open Workshops – one in each of the main towns – to prepare Community Groups to be in a position to make a competitive application if any such funding is made available in 2019.
Wexford County Council’s Severe Weather Assessment Team met this morning to review our preparations for Storm Diana.
Our immediate concern relates to the possibility of high winds as indicated by the orange Weather Warning
Catherine Fulvio - 'Making the most of Food this Christmas'
Wexford County Council present Catherine Fulvio 'Food - Making the most of it this Christmas' cookery demonstration with fabulous Christmas recipes and top tips on reducing food waste.
Notice is hereby given that the Budget of Wexford County Council for the financial year ending on 31 December 2019, has been prepared and will be considered by the Council at the Budget Meeting to be held on 26 November 2018 in the Offices of the Council at the County Hall, Carricklawn, Wexford. A copy of the Draft Budget can be viewed
Bunclody was honoured at the annual IPB Pride of Place awards held in Cork City Hall on Saturday evening (17 November 2018).
The town took first place in the Main Competition Population category 2,000 - 5,000, beating Maghaberry, County Antrim and Thomastown, County Kilkenny to the title.
Calling all Community Groups in County Wexford
Wexford County Council in partnership with The Gardaí, HSE, The Fire Service, The Civil Defence, Wexford PPN, GAA and IFA intends to hold 4 Open Workshops – one in each of the main towns – to prepare Community Groups to be in a position to take an active role in emergency management arrangements and planning.
The Ferrycarrig Hotel was filled to capacity on Monday 12 November as the annual Wexford County Council Environment Awards took place. More than 300 representatives supported by their local councillors from all across County Wexford attended, including community groups, volunteers, resident groups and individuals, as their wonderful year-long efforts to enhance their local community were ackn
Cois Abhainn, Blackwater is tops at local authority estate awards
Wexford County Council Local Authority Housing Estate Award Scheme 2018 took place on Friday 2nd November 2018. In its second year, the event drew fantastic interest and saw winners across all districts in the County.
WexSci, Wexford’s first Science Festival, runs from 11th to 18th November with events taking place all around the County. Part-funded by Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) the Festival is led by Wexford County Council in partnership with IT Carlow, WIT, Waterford Wexford ETB, EPA and BIM.
Wexford County Council’s Crisis Management Team met earlier today to review preparedness for Storm Callum. The meeting was attended by senior staff of the Council and also by representatives of an Garda Siochana.
Following the issuing of an Orange Weather Warning by Met Eireann for County Wexford and other coastal counties, Wexford County Council’s Crisis Management Team will meet tomorrow morning to review preparedness for Storm Callum.
12 locations across County Wexford are set to benefit from almost €1.334 million in funding for a wide variety of community-led projects. The welcome news was announced today by Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring TD, when he gave details of grant allocations totalling more than €21 million to 224 towns and villages across Ireland under the 2018 Town and Village Renewa