The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work, (General Applications) Regulations 2007, Chapter 4 part 2, outline the requirements that must be adhered o in relation to manual handling.
Some of the biggest names in Irish and American politics and media came together for an insightful and inspiring Kennedy Summer School. The Summer School was hailed as a great success by New Ross Municipal District Cathaoirleach Cllr. Willie Fitzharris, while its Chairman Willie Kielthy said he was thrilled with how well it went, especially the way it branched out to incorprate events at New Ross Library, the Kennedy Homestead, the John F Kennedy Arboretum and St. Mary’s secondary School.
An event that brings business and prestige to the town of New Ross – as well as being pure pleasure to music lovers. There’s a new Jazz Day on Wednesday, with a lunchtime concert at 1 pm with Phil Ware [piano] and Damian Evans [bass]. Why not take your employess up? There’s complimentary tea and coffee afterwards, so they could bring their lunch! In the evening at 8pm the legendary jazz pianist, Enrico Pieranunzi , will be performing. Not to be missed.
The rest of the week is full of events. Details at www.newrosspianofestival.com and Facebook.
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Congratulations to Ernest and his team celebrating 40 years in business in New Ross on the 1st July. Ernest a long standing member of New Ross & District Chamber and a director for many years has tirelessly supported New Ross Businesses and Community. We are delighted for him and his celebrations and wish him many more years in New Ross. www.ewlevingstoneaccountants.ie
A fun family day out in New Ross for all.
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 Wexford Sports and Classic Car Club will have the Quay full of cars and are hosting Ford 100 cars marking a historical landmark in Irish motoring. This event gets bigger and better every year and is one of the biggest FREE CAR SHOWS around.
Bring your family to New Ross and, let your children take part in a fun Treasure Hunt, experience been a pirate on board the Tall Ship Dunbrody which is moored at the quayside, visit the Apex Leisure Swimming Pool for a swim or gym work out.
Get together throughout the day for morning coffee, lunch or afternoon tea in the many cafes restaurants like the shops are family run offering a variety range of home coking
Pick up the New Ross Street Focus street map and take a walk along the river side board walk, shake hands with John F Kennedy, visit the Ros Tapestry, a short walk away is the award winning Library Park and then take a stroll around the refurbished St Mary’s Church and grounds as part of The Norman Way. There is so much to be seen, things you miss every time you rush long the quays and over the river Barrow.
New Ross Boat Club and New Ross Sea Scouts will be out enjoying the waters of the River Barrow on the day, if interested in taking up water sport activities do make contact and they give you advice
This year the New Ross Branch of the RNLI will launch their National Mayday Appeal on the 22nd April in conjunction with the Wexford Sports and Classic Car Club car show, the Mayday Appeal raises much need moneys to ensure the volunteer crew members are fully trained and equipped to answer the call whenever it comes regardless of time or conditions. and details on how to get involved
New Ross is so close, it’s just down the road, the centre of the South East come and visit on Saturday 22nd April enjoy the area and all the Bonnets on the day.
We are pleased to announce that The 4 July- Irish America Fest 2017 will take place from Friday 30th June to Sunday 2nd July 2017 in New Ross, with the Food and Craft element of the Festival taking place for the 3 days along the quayside in New Ross.
This year’s Festival promises to be a fun filled weekend for Families, with FREE outdoor Gigs, Puppet Theatre, Picnic in the Park local acts, Read more…
UPDATE ON ST. PATRICK’S DAY PARADE:
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 email@example.com or Ollie Somers at 087
The parade will start at 2:30pm.
Further information please check out New Ross St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2017 Facebook page.
The organising committee are holding a window display competition for St. Patrick’s Day.
Winner will be announced on St. Patrick’s Day
To register just call 051 425077 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Best of Luck!!!
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…