A Liverpool Football Legend Is Coming To Wexford For A Q&A Next Month

A Liverpool football legend is set to be in Wexford next month... Liverpool football legend, Ronnie Whelan, will be in Paddy Blues next month. Taking place at 2pm in Paddy Blues, Ronnie Whelan will be taking part in a Q&A and a meet and greet on the day of Sunday 27th February. Liverpool will also …

Wexford Father And Son Doing ‘Gig For Gambia’ This Friday

County Wexford father and son Colm and Oisín Mac Con Iomaire are gearing up for a special online fundraising event this coming Friday at 8 pm... Colm Mac Con Iomaire is an internationally acclaimed violinist who was a founding member of legendary Irish acts Kíla and the The Frames, and he has released three solo …

Wexford Native Releases Heartfelt Single For People Battling With Their Mental Health

A Wexford native has released his own single... The single entitled 'Lay By My Side' was released by Wexford native Justin Murphy on New Years Eve, 2021. Speaking to Wexford Weekly on the release of his new single, Justin said that: "Lay My By Side is dedicated to each and every single person battling mental …

Wexford Weekly To Release Free eBook Showcasing Wexford’s ‘Best’

At Wexford Weekly, we're always at something and now, we're releasing an eBook... And the best of all, it's free to the public! Remember all the voting you did last summer as part of the 'Wexford Weekly - Wexford's Best' campaign? We'll, we've just went ahead and created a little eBook which has compiled all …

Wexford Band ‘Corner Boy’ To Go Live This Evening

Popular Wexford band 'Corner Boy' will be going live this evening... The Wexford band will be going live across their social media channels this evening. The event will take place this evening, Wednesday 27th December, at 7pm. LIVE STREAM: They were originally meant to be playing live in front of an audience on Wexford's Quayfront, …

Event: Wexford Coffee Shop Placing 100% Of Profits To Wexford Flood Victims

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 …