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New Ross Old Folks Club meet ev­ery Wed­nes­day in The Pas­toral Cen­tre, Robert Street. If you’d like to spend some qual­ity time in great com­pany the group would love to see you there.

Af­ter­noon tea is al­ways a treat where you can chat with mem­bers. The group go on the odd out­ing in the sum­mer and are renowned for their Christ­mas party.

Free trans­port is pro­vided to and from the club to your home, cour­tesy of the Com­mu­nity Bus Ser­vice. For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion con­tact 087 2141417. in­volved in the war.’

Sea­mus said there will be a great va­ri­ety of songs about the men and women who went and didn’t come back.

Sea­mus and Jack would like to know from peo­ple who have Great War con­nec­tions they may not know any­thing about.

Also any­one with any mem­o­ra­bilia. You can con­tact jack­staceyirl@gmail. com or phone 087 2256881.

Tick­ets are avail­able from St Michael’s The­atre on 051 421255. loads of fun ac­tiv­i­ties, in­clud­ing arts and crafts and singing, where both adults and chil­dren can meet new friends. Text Véro on 086 1034878 for more in­for­ma­tion.

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