The one-stop vil­lage for all your needs this Christ­mas

Wexford People - - NEWS -

WELLINGTONBRIDGE is a vil­lage more and more peo­ple are turn­ing to for their shop­ping and sundry needs.

At Christ­mas, when the vil­lage is look­ing its best – all lit up and full of fes­tive cheer and charm – there is a gen­uine warmth and magic to the place.

The must visit Christ­mas des­ti­na­tion is ex­cel­lent for shop­ping, warm cus­tomer ex­pe­ri­ence and its buzzy at­mos­phere.

With more choice than ever be­fore, there is truly some­thing for ev­ery­one in Wellingtonbridge. Wal­lace’s at the en­trance to the vil­lage, of­fers ev­ery­thing from a supermarket which caters for all your Christ­mas shop and ev­ery­day needs, to its Agri depart­ment, depart­ment store, Homevalue shop and gar­den cen­tre.

At Tom Mo­ran’s garage across the road you can choose from a wide se­lec­tion of ve­hi­cles to get you mo­tor­ing in style for 2019.

The ser­vice at Ryan’s Fu­neral Home is sec­ond to none, while if you’re look­ing for fan­tas­tic fur­ni­ture at an af­ford­able price, there is nowhere in the re­gion that can com­pare to Next to New and Cahill In­te­ri­ors.

The Home­place cafe serves up hearty, tasty food from their fa­mous break­fasts to their won­der­ful lunches and home baked con­fec­tionar­ies.

Any­one look­ing to en­joy some fes­tive drinks should con­sider a night out in Wellingtonbridge, and with A 2 Zee taxis you are as­sured of a ride home in com­fort, in four and eight seaters which are wheel­chair ac­ces­si­ble.

To get you look­ing just right over Christ­mas why not book in at The Bridge uni­sex hair salon.

Ballingly Join­ery have all your door needs catered for. The spe­cial­ist man­u­fac­tur­ers of fire door sets, be­spoke, pre-hung doors and ma­chined tim­bre for re­quired stan­dards and cus­tomer spec­i­fi­ca­tion have it all.

Karen Mol­loy Nu­tri­tion busi­ness is your must visit des­ti­na­tion as we head in to the New Year. Karen ‘s new nu­tri­tion busi­ness is of­fer­ing ex­pert one-on-one con­sul­ta­tions and she has al­ready pro­duced some amaz­ing re­sults, with cus­tomers re­port­ing huge weight losses.

Christ­mas in Wellingtonbridge is al­ways a mag­i­cal time of year made all the more so by the wel­come of­fered by its busi­ness own­ers and lo­cal res­i­dents.

The pic­turesque vil­lage has sev­eral roads lead­ing into it so it forms a nat­u­ral meet­ing place for peo­ple in the south of the county.

Lo­cated in the heart of south County Wex­ford, the vil­lage’s re­tail of­fer­ing and level of ser­vice to cus­tomers has never been bet­ter.

Each busi­ness has unique of­fer­ings but the com­mon thread which binds this fan­tas­tic com­mu­nity to­gether is their own­ers’ will­ing­ness to work to­gether, cou­pled with a will­ing­ness from lo­cal res­i­dents to shop lo­cal thereby sus­tain­ing jobs lo­cally.

Ar­riv­ing into the vil­lage at any time of the year there is al­ways a buzzy at­mos­phere and this is es­pe­cially true at Christ­mas time.

For time im­memo­rial the vil­lage by the wa­ter has been a hub of ac­tiv­ity, bridg­ing the gap be­tween the re­tail hubs of Wex­ford town and New Ross.

To this day you can en­joy has­sle free park­ing, din­ing and en­ter­tain­ment in the vil­lage, with no park­ing me­ters to worry about.

The thriv­ing vil­lage was his­tor­i­cally called Bal­ly­owen (Baile Eoin) af­ter the town­land it oc­cu­pies. The vil­lage was on the Lim­er­ick to Ross­lare rail­way line. The rail­way sta­tion opened on Au­gust 1, 1906 and closed on Septem­ber 18, 2010.

To this day, through the in­ge­nu­ity and graft of its busi­ness own­ers, the vil­lage re­mains an im­por­tant cen­tre of ac­tiv­ity so be sure to shop in Wellingtonbridge this Christ­mas as you will be sur­prised by the re­tail of­fer­ing and friendly ser­vice there.

There are plenty of fes­tive goods on of­fer at Wal­laces Homevalue & Gar­den Cen­tre in Wellingtonbridge.

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