Programme of Events 2015
How to Preserve Fruit & Vegetables: 8th October, 2015 @ 8pm in Castlebridge Community Centre. A talk given by Rose Hurley.
Castlebridge Show: 9th August, 2015 from 1.45 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. Annual competition and display of horticultural, agricultural, home industry, art, flowers, photography, including exhibition of children's entries. Baby Show; Dog Show; Fancy Dress Parade for Children - dressed as a vegetable or flower; Best Dressed Lady and Gentleman in 1940's style; Most Glamorous Granny; Exhibition of 1940s farming equipment; Pets Corner; trade stalls and more.
How to present vegetables in the Show: 8th August, 2015 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. in Castlebridge Hall. Tips and Advice for Show Competitors.
Growing Vegetables in your Garden: 7th July, 2015 @ 8 p.m. in Castlebridge Community Garden. Talk/Demonstration by Syl Doyle of Wilton Garden Centre, Bree, Co.Wexford.
Soil Preparation: 7th July, 2015 @ 8.30 p.m. in Castlebridge Community Garden. Talk by Colin O'Connor.
Home Baking Demonstration: 15th July, 2015 @ 8 p.m. in Castlebridge Community Centre. Demonstrations by Declan Dempsey, Head Baker at Pettit's Supervalu, St. Aidan's Crescent, Wexford. Assisted by Colm Flanagan.
Flower Arranging Demonstration & Exhibition in Ardcolm Church, Castlebridge: 21st July, 2015 @ 8 p.m. Demonstrations by Fergus Hemmingway.
Growing Vegetables in your Garden: 17th June, 2015 @ 8 p.m. in Castlebridge Community Garden. Talk/Demonstration by Syl Doyle of Wilton Garden Centre, Bree, Co.Wexford.
Art/Drawing for Children: 27th June, 2015 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in Castlebridge Community Centre: Workshop by Don Conroy.
(2015 is U.N. Year of the Soil)
Growing from Seeds Project with 3 local primary schools - Castlebridge N.S., Curracloe N.S. and Screen N.S.: Schools were each presented with two large growing boxes in which the pupils would grow vegetables and flowers from seed and then display these boxes at the 75th Castlebridge Show on 9th August, 2015.
Build a Scarecrow: Each of the 3 schools to build and display a scarecrow.