A Wexford coffee shop is supporting the Wexford flood victims with a kind gesture…
The village of Bridgetown was one of the worst affected places in Wexford. It was reported that residents had not seen a flooding as bad since the 1950’s.
Rescue helicopters and the Emergency services were called to the scene to lend their hand on Christmas Day.
Sue’s Coffee Shop in Kilmore are hosting an event and are placing one hundred per cent of their profits to the Wexford flood victims. Instead of charging for a product, they’ll be requesting donations and all profits will be going towards the community.
The event, entitled ‘A Cup of Positivity for Bridgetown’, will take place on Friday 31st December, New Years Eve.
“Join Sue’s Coffee in the heart of Bridgetown New Years Eve for “A Cup of Positivity” in aid of the flood relief. We will not be charging for our products at this event, and instead welcome those attending to make a donation. 100% of funds raised will be going to the community to support those who have suffered as a result of the Christmas Day floods,” the organisers said.
The event will run for five hours from 9am to 2pm. They will be located directly outside of Kilmore Seafresh, Bridgetown, on the day. All are welcome to attend and support.
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