We Investigate The Meaning Behind The Murals Across Wexford

‘As a Wexford local I like to think I know my town pretty well, but here I was surprised by art exhibited on streets I have walked hundreds of times…’ Nothing lights up an urban area quite like a mural. Muralists have long excelled in utilizing ordinary buildings to produce beautiful and often thought-provoking artwork. …

How Castlebridge In Wexford Became The Birthplace Of The Guinness World Records

The Model county is known for many things, but being the birthplace of the Guinness World Records often gets overlooked… Everybody at some point in their lives has seen a copy of the Guinness World Records. Chock-full with bizarre facts, fascinating stories and interesting titbits, the Guinness World Records is the absolute go-to guide for …

Who Fears Speak Of ’93? Wexford’s Forgotten Rebellion And Its Mysterious Monument

When one thinks of rebellious activity in county Wexford in the 1790s, inevitably the events of the 1798 rebellion come to mind... Indeed, the rebellion of ’98 was the most eventful and prolonged uprising of that decade, but it was by no means the only one. In nearly every nook and cranny across county Wexford, …

New Documentary Film Details Wexford’s Role In The Irish War Of Independence

[social_share_button themes='theme1'] A new documentary film was released just last week... 'The Road to Independence' is a journey through some of the incidents that happened in 1920 in Wexford during the Irish War of Independence. Scenes from the film were recorded in Gorey, Bunclody, Ferns, Enniscorthy, Ballindaggin, Ballycarney, Clonroche and Kilanne and recall important incidents …