Rolls Royce

Rolls Royce Club Visit Waterford Last weekend (21st – 23rd of October).  you may have seen a convoy of Rolls Royce when the Rolls Royce Club visited Waterford.  21 cars in total ranging in ages from 1929 to 2000 payed a visit to Curraghmore Estate at Portlaw in County Waterford. The Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts’ Club (RREC) […]

The Comeragh Mountains

The Comeragh Mountains The magic of the Comeragh Mountains is something that has to be witnessed.  Their beauty and seeping hills flowing down to the sea are easily accessed and are a haven for walkers and climbers alike. From the corrie lakes to the beautiful Mahon Falls, the Nire Valley and the many villages dotted […]

Remembering Waterford

Remembering Waterford Looking back and remembering Waterford in the by gone days has been a great interest to many people.  Sitting around with our parents and grandparents and families listing to story’s of ‘long ago’ and how things were back in the old days, was always a time of happy memories. For the past few […]

Dunmore East

Dunmore East If you have never visited Dunmore East then you are in for a real treat!  The fishing village which is on the mouth of the Waterford Harbour is in the barony of Gaultier which translated from Irish means ” Land of the Foreigner”.  Dunmore or Dún Mór, which means “Great Fort”, got it’s […]

Museums in Waterford

Museums in Waterford If you have ever visited Waterford or indeed plan a visit then the museums in Waterford are a must.  Between Reginalds Tower, the Medieval Museum and Bishops Palace in the city you are in for a journey through our 110o year history.  From the arrival of the Vikings right up to modern […]

Waterford Newfoundland Connection

Waterford and Newfoundland Connection Did you know about the Waterford Newfoundland connection? Emigration was and is always a major topic in Ireland and indeed Waterford and the Port of Waterford has always played a major role in bringing people to and from our shores.  Ships from all over the world would bring their cargos to […]

What’s a Blaa?

What’s a Blaa? All across the world bread is consumed for breakfast in many different forms.  From toast to croissants, Bagels to crumpets the variety seems to be endless.  But here in Waterford we have the Blaa and it has EU PGI (Protected Geographical Indication) status, which means that the humble piece of culinary heaven  […]

Crough Woods

Crough Woods Autumn is that time of year when nature is ablaze with colours and one great spot to witness the beauty of this time of year is Crough Woods.  Nestled in the foot hills of the Comeragh mountains in County Waterford Crough Woods is quiet easy to reach.  On the road to Mahon Falls,from […]