Sisters of Charity say NO

Sisters of Charity say NO Tramore Educate Together are in urgent need of a new school.   A vacant school building on Pond Road in Tramore which has not been in use for the past 4 years would be an ideal location to accommodate the ever growing needs of Tramore Educate Together but sadly the owners […]

Rose of Tralee Kirsten Returns to Work

The winner of the Rose of Tralee, Waterford’s Kirsten Mate Maher Returns to Work at Redlane, Tramore on Monday 27th August 2018 with well wishes not only from her work colleagues but from the people of Tramore. Kirsten Mate Maher who was the Waterford Rose to go on to be crowned the “Rose of Tralee […]

Heritage Week 2018 in Waterford

Heritage Week 2018 in Waterford 18th to the 26th of August Each year, during the last week of August, many national and hundreds of local community organisations participate by organising events throughout the country for Heritage Week. Many of the events that take place during the week are FREE and the programme highlights the abundance […]

Friendship Ceremony at the Tramore Gardens

Click of a ‘like’ button spurs new transatlantic ties between Canada and Waterford TWO Japanese gardens located over 6,500km apart are forging an exciting new relationship over the coming days and adding a whole new meaning to the term ‘click and go’! A Canadian delegation will visit the Lafcadio Hearn Japanese Gardens in Tramore, Waterford, […]

Waterford Youth Arts take the show on the road

Waterford Youth Arts take the show on the road Family fun circus shenanigans coming to a playground near you! Mrs. Montgomery’s Tale of the Travelling Circus with Waterford Youth Arts. Mrs Montgomery and her Travelling Circus of wonders, wow-ser’s, pow-ser’s, twirlers, tricksters, magic makers, clowning abouter’s, dancers, delighters, ponder-thoughter’s, flipper flappers, thinker-thanker’s, wandering wonder’s, magical […]

Blue Flag Beaches in Waterford

Waterford Blue Flag and Green Coast Awards 2017 At an An Taisce awards ceremony held at Crosshaven Yacht Club on May 22nd, County Waterford’s beaches were awarded with 4 Blue Flag awards and 7 Green Coast awards for 2017.  These awards are only made to bathing areas with excellent water quality and beach management.  Clonea […]

Palm Oil ‘Fatbergs’ on some Irish Beaches

Palm Oil ‘Fatbergs’ on some Irish Beaches An alert has been issued from the Environmental Protection Agency Palm Oil ‘Fatbergs’ on some Irish Beaches In recent weeks there have been a number of reported occurrences of white / off-white oily solid residues, similar to that pictured below, being washed up on Irish beaches. Analysis of […]

The Lafcadio Hearn Japanese Gardens

The Lafcadio Hearn Japanese Gardens Large numbers are enchanted by spectacular winter light experience in the Japanese Gardens Tramore. The Lafcadio Hearn Japanese Gardens Tramore turned on their winter light display on the 21st of December with music from the High Hopes Choir. The gardens were brought to life with twinkling lights creating a magically […]

Comeraghs Wild Festival 2016

Comeraghs Wild Festival 2016 “The Comeraghs… from the Mountains to the Sea…..” The Comeraghs Wild Festival 2016 has a myriad of events lined up to suit all tastes and all ages. It takes place from 15th to the 18th of September. It has become such an established festival since it first graced the Comeragh area […]

Local Sand Artist Goes International

Local Sand Artist Goes International Sean Corcoran from The Art Hand Following on from the success of Sean Corcoran’s sand art at the Ardmore Pattern Festival we are delighted to announce that our Local Sand Artist Goes International!! Sean’s first international assignment as a sand artist is in Spittal Seaside Festival in Northumberland in Northern […]