Tuesday, 28 May 2013

Celebrate EU Neighbours' Day at Redmond Park

The last Friday of May is EU Neighbours' Day, the day when neighbours all over Europe come together to celebrate the community glue that binds. And, you will be glad to hear, Wexford is no different. We at Love Redmond Park are delighted to be hosting, once again, hosting a Neighbours' Day get-together in Redmond Park. We invite you to join us on Friday next (May 31) at 10.30am for a complimentary cuppa, a chat and a bit of craic.

The raison d'etre of Neighbours Day is a simple one: get to know your neighbour. Why? Well if for no other reason than “the devil you know is better than the devil you don’t know”! On a more serious level a strong community spirit is only as good as the links between individuals in the community. All it takes is a little more friendly communication and a willingness to lend a helping hand when its needed. Maybe think of your neighbourhood as an army and apply the maxim from Aesop's Fables: "United we stand, divided we fall"!

This year’s Neighbours’ Day event will be officially launched by The Mayor, Councillor Jim Allen while local historian and writer Liam Gaul is this year’s guest speaker. As author of the recently published “Wexford: The American Connection” Liam will focus, in his talk, on our links with the USA.

Note: If those nice people in the Met office don't deliver on the fine weather they have forecast the event may be postponed. Fingers crossed, however, that the sun will be beaming down.

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