As a community, we need to realise that our spending decisions will directly impact on the job security of our friends and families. Every Euro we spend locally has a multiplier effect in our community that benefits us and the local economy.
The vouchers are available in denominations of €20, and €50 and are accepted in over 70 businesses in New Ross. Vouchers can be purchased by completing this Order Form, or contact New Ross & District Chamber Office directly by phoning 051-425077, or by emailing email@example.com
Under the current revenue rules, employer’s are permitted to give a once off payment up to €500 worth of vouchers to each employee without any tax implications for either, i.e. the employee can accept vouchers without incurring PAYE, PRSI USC or BIK. The employer is not liable for PRSI . Also if the voucher is treated as a bonus or part there of, it can be claimed as a business expense. The only obligation on the employer is to keep a record of employee’s that they issue vouchers to.
If you are in business and would like to join the New Ross & District Chamber Voucher Scheme please contact New Ross & District Chamber Office on 051-425077 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Main benefits of becoming a participating outlet are:Accepting New Ross & District Shopping Vouchers encourages uplift in sales, Maintain and develop your customer base, Attract new customers from surrounding areas, Get recognition for work to promote New Ross collectively, Part of a brand that promotes quality, value, choice and excellence in customer service,
Your money is spent in the New Ross & District and stays in the New Ross & District.
Your money supports New Ross District Jobs & Employment.
“The Homecoming” of James O’Neill who left New Ross on Board the Famine Ship India as a 5 year old in 1851”
(wine reception from 7.30pm)
This will be a unique opportunity to attend the Irish premiere of the 1913 classic film starring James O’Neill, father of Nobel Prize winning American playwright Eugene O’Neill. This promises to be a special evening and will include an illustrated tale presented by Dr Richard Hayes WIT on the relationship between James and Eugene O’Neill and their Irish roots. The film will be accompanied by an especially created live music score by WIT lecturer and perform Phil Collins.(Read More)
On Saturday 20th October 2018 business & community groups from across the New Ross District will come together to celebrate their successes and achievements. The 2018 Business & Community Awards are there to recognise the dedication of local business people and community organisations who continually provide quality products and services in the New Ross area.
This event will take place in the Brandon House Hotel and MC for the night will be Mr Alan Corcoran from South East Radio.
Music on the nightwill be provided by “REVIVAL” followed by Disco (Late Bar). This will be a Black Tie Event and tickets are now available to purchase online at
This Project will involve the most significant reform of the PAYE system since its introduction in 1960. Employers will need to calculate and report their employees pay and deductions as they are being paid.
The new real time reporting regime will be operational for all employee payments being made from 1stJanuary 2019.
Join us for an informative short seminar with PAYE Specialist Carmel Fortune from The Revenue Commission.
Thank you to all those who turned up for the New Ross Red Carpet Premiere of the Brian O’Malley award winning movie,”The Lodgers” on Tuesday the 13th March at St Michaels Theatre, a very enjoyable night was had by all.. If you have not yet seen the movie we recommend that you do..it portrays our district and county at its best…..filmed on location in Loftus Hall, Johnstown Castle, Tintern & Clongeen………
About the Movie………… Set in 1920’s rural Ireland. Anglo Irish twins Rachel and Edward share a strange existence in their crumbling family estate. Each night, the property becomes the domain of a sinister presence (The Lodgers) which enforces three rules upon the twins: they must be in bed by midnight; they may not permit an outsider past the threshold; if one attempts to escape, the life of the other is placed in jeopardy. When troubled war veteran Sean returns to the nearby village, he is immediately drawn to the mysterious Rachel, who in turn begins to break the rules set out by The Lodgers. The consequences pull Rachel into a deadly confrontation with her brother – and with the curse that haunts them.