The one-stop village for all your needs this Christmas
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.