A warm, wel­com­ing evening

Enniscorthy Guardian - - NEWS - PHO­TOS BY LU­CIA BUT­LER

THE LON­DON-WEX­FORD As­so­ci­a­tion held its an­nual buf­fet dance at the Rail­way Club in Cricklewood, Lon­don, re­cently. There was there was a good at­ten­dance at the warm and wel­com­ing func­tion, which was well re­ceived by ev­ery­one.

Among the at­ten­dance were a num­ber of coun­cil­lors from County Wex­ford who had made the trip across the Ir­ish Sea for the func­tion.

They in­cluded Cllr Bar­bara-Anne Mur­phy, vice-chair per­son of Wex­ford County Coun­cil, Cllr Joe Sul­li­van, cathaoir­leach of Gorey Mu­nic­i­pal District, Cllr Rob­bie Ire­ton, Gorey Mu­nic­i­pal District, Cllr Wil­lie Fitzhar­ris, cathaoir­leach of New Ross Mu­nic­i­pal District, Cllr Michael Shee­han, New Ross Mu­nic­i­pal District, and Cllr George Lawlor, Wex­ford Bor­ough District.

The or­gan­is­ers said they wanted to say a big thank-you to all who at­tended the func­tion and to all the spon­sors, es­pe­cially to Justin Ffrench, and also to all who do­nated raf­fle prizes and who sup­ports the Lon­don-Wex­ford As­so­ci­a­tion through­out the year. They also thanked Emily Cronin for the sump­tu­ous food which was en­joyed by the guests.

Pre­sen­ta­tions were made to the hon­orary guests and the night con­cluded with a raf­fle. Cllr Lawlor con­trib­uted to the event with ren­di­tions of some beau­ti­ful bal­lads.

Visit the group’s web­site at lon­don­wex­for­das­so­ci­a­tion.com.

Sarah Palmer, Cathy Palmer and Claire Spinola-Palmer.

Trea­surer Breda Weller, vice-chair­man Phil Roche, sec­re­tary Siob­hán Tal­bott, pres­i­dent Michael Sills, pub­lic re­la­tions of­fi­cer Lu­cia But­ler, com­mit­tee mem­ber Paddy Doyle, reg­is­trar Sharon Cave and chair­man Tommy Har­rell.

John McDer­mott, Frances Vidulich, Emily Cronin and George Wil­son.

Dick But­ler and Betty Bin­nions and Kath­leen and Seán Diviney.

Steve and Sue McPartlin.

Kristina Kras­nauski and James Hornsby.

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