opzioni binarie legale Ladies it’s the day to come to town and wear your Easter Bonnet. Enjoy strolling the streets of New Ross browsing shops. New Ross has unique family run businesses from Fashion, Jewellery, Gift Cosmetic and Food what a choice of top quality goods at the right price, a compact shopping area to spend a few hours and pick up some of the special offers on the day.
You can also enjoy all the bonnets on display and spend time exploring the shops, as there will be bonnets of all shapes and sizes young and old to admire as the annual binary options uk live trading room Wexford Sports and Classic Car Club will have the Quay full of cars and are hosting Keflex pharmacy Ford 100 cars marking a historical landmark in Irish motoring. This event gets bigger and better every year and is one of the biggest buying options FREE CAR SHOWS around.
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Large demand for Agri-Food graduates in the South East, careers event hears:
50 top names in Agri-Food, Horticulture and Forestry industries participate in the annual Land Sciences Careers Day for WIT students.
Students and companies in attendance at the annual WIT’s Land Sciences Careers Day (24 March 2017) heard that there is a need for approx. 1,000 candidates to ‘sustain’ the sector. Read More…..
There will be rolling road closures in New Ross for this years parade on Friday. Sergeant Eddie Wilde said road closures will follow the parade’s route from the Bosheen to Irishtown and down through the town. He said the quay will be closed to lorries with traffic diversions in place from 3:00pm – 5:00pm.
There will be a large Garda presence in the town on the day. Parade organisers said excitement is building in New Ross as St. Patrick’s Day approaches for what will the biggest parade ever. All home owners on the route are asked to move the cars before 11:00am on Friday morning.
This year there will be a new prize category for best dressed pet, with a fantastic prize courtesy of fine crystal make Fred Curtis from Bannow.
Please see New Ross St. Patrick’s Day 2017 on Facebook for more information on all the award categories. If anyone is interested in getting involved and is looking for more information please contact Anthony Connick at firstname.lastname@example.org or Ollie Somers at 087
Thank you to all who attending our “Energy Awareness Workshop” last Thursday 16th February 2017.
Increasing the energy awareness of employees and motivating them to work as a team can lead to reductions in energy consumption and save you money. Savings estimates range in the order of 5 to 15%. When implemented effectively these savings can be realised quickly and cost effectively. More Details…
A business after hours event with a difference!!..Are you brave enough to tour the most haunted house in Ireland with your Local Chamber. Enjoy a guided interactive tour of the abandoned haunted house, absorb the history, and experience the Legend, of Loftus Hall. It will be an evening of fun, networking, nibbles and some great prizes.
The Wexford Food Family, the not for profit network of food producers established in 2011 to promote Wexford as a food brand locally, nationally and internationally, they are delighted to announce the “Fourth Annual Wexford Food Summit” This year’s theme is “Ingredients for Sustainable Success”
Skillnets in association with New Ross & District Chamber brings to you “Time Management ” with Terry Harmer.
This one day course will help anyone who finds themselves, having to deliver more with less. Finds work backing up, feels that they are being controlled by their work, rather then controlling it. More Details…
Business Training with your Local Chamber!!..Book your place today for our three day “Occupational First Aid Course” starting on Monday the 27th March 2017 COURSE DETAILS…
No matter what size your business is, you need to manage safety and health. In fact you are legally responsible for the safety of yourself, your employees, and any other person that may be affected by your work activities.
AND DID YOU KNOW…Under the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007, there is a requirement on employers (based on a risk assessment) to have a sufficient number of
Occupational First Aiders trained and deployed in the workplace.