Garth Arnold, District Governor of Rotary Ireland, recently visited Wexford.  Maura Bell, President of the Rotary Club of Wexford, was delighted to have the opportunity to showcase Wexford to Garth and indeed to introduce him to the Members of the local club.  Over 40 members attended lunch in the Riverbank House Hotel where they enjoyed.. read more →

The Rotary Club of Wexford was presented with a Manchester United jersey by Wexford woman Teresa Grant when she visited us some months ago.  Teresa runs Trafford Council in Manchester and she made a very interesting presentation to Rotarians on what her job as Chief Executive entails and the interesting places it has taken her… read more →

The Rotary Club of Wexford were delighted to accept two certificates in recognition of the work undertaken by its Members. The District Governor presented a Silver Club Citation in recognition of our commitment to  helping to serve others and our efforts both locally and nationally on behalf of Rotary Ireland. The second presentation was a.. read more →

The Rotary Club of Wexford are delighted to welcome new President, Maura Bell.  Maura proudly accepted the Chains of Office from Niall Reck at a dinner which was held at the Irish National Heritage Park last Friday,  23rd June.  Niall stepped down after a very successful Presidency which saw the Club go from strength to.. read more →

06 Dec 2016
December 6, 2016

Christmas Greeting from Wexford

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Rotary Wexford’s Annual Club Christmas Dinner Party  took place on Friday, 2nd December in the Talbot Wexford.  Attended by Club Members, their spouses/partners and invited guests, it proved to be a great evening of seasonal merriment, excellent food and drink, wonderful entertainment and lots of good after dinner stories. Niall Reck, President of Wexford Rotary,.. read more →

An annual event, the aim of this competition is to help young people prepare for their future careers through emphasis on leadership, citizenship and personal development.  The competition is open to any qualifying citizen of an EU/state living on the island of Ireland who must be under 18 years of age in March of the.. read more →

22 Nov 2016
November 22, 2016

Richard Mulcahy Guest Speaker at Rotary

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Richard gave a very insightful talk about his Grandmother Min Ryan, which the new park in Killeens will be named after.  Richard has donated €200,000 to the development of the park. Richard, 59, grew up in Rathmines as the eldest of Risteard and the late Aileen’s six children. He is the grandson of General Richard.. read more →

Eoin Pinaqui is the overall winner of the Wexford Youth Leadership Awards 2016, he is now put forward to represent Wexford in the national Finals in Kilkenny in 2 weeks time, So we wish Eoin the very best of Luck. This Contest takes place every year in October – November. 12 Schools participated with 13.. read more →

As part of Irish Road Safety Week (3rd to 9th October), an initiative aimed at saving the lives of young drivers is about to be rolled out across Ireland thanks to the work of Rotary.  2015 saw 166 fatalities on Irish Roads and while this overall figure is decreasing, it is still too high. The Just 1 Life.. read more →

The dates for this years Wexford’s programme are set out below. Any  Rotarian contemplating running this District initiative in their own Club and wishing to attend one of the sessions as an observer should contact Mike Brand on 087 6387370 or mikebrand@eircom.net to check for availability and details Thursday September 29th. Thursday October 20th Thursday.. read more →