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Overeaters Anonymous

Do you have a problem with food? Have you been worried about the way you eat? Have you tried numerous Diets and plans to deal with your problem with food. Overeaters Anonymous offers you the solution. OA is not a diet club there are no weigh in no dues or fees for members. OA is a twelve step fellowship of men and women who are recovering from compulsive eating, anoxeria, bulimia, food addiction and obesity. For more information about the OA meetings phone 08940781865 or go to

Presentation Convent Class of 1977

Tickets are now available for the Presentation Convent Class of 1977 reunion which will take place on Saturday 18th. November 2017 at the Tower Hotel and Leisure Centre, The Mall, Waterford. The event which costs €30.00 will begin with a wine reception at 7.30 p.m. followed by dinner. All primary and post-primary past pupils are invited to attend. Further information can be had from Maureen at 087-9652370 or Kathleen 0863478382 or Facebook Presentation Convent Class of 1977 Reunion.

New Yoga Studio open in Lismore Park

Have you been thinking of trying yoga and looking to explore it's many benefits? A new yoga studio has opened in the Lismore Park area of town in the former 'A Cut Above' Hair Salon.

With lots of classes for beginners, intermediate and advanced practitioners, hatha yoga, vinyasa yoga, yin yoga, hot yoga and meditation classes starting soon, for further information visit,

Tel: 087 3589141 by text or visit them on facebook.

Singers/musicians wanted

Singers and musicians wanted for local Gospel Choir. Tel 086 0897535.

Samaritans Street Collection

The annual street collection for Waterford and South East Samaritans will take place on 17th and 18th November 2017 in Waterford City. Please give generously.

Annual Mass for the Holy Souls

The Annual Mass for all those interred in St. Mary's Cemetery will take place on Thursday 16th November 2017.

Waterford Treasures - Three Museums in the Viking Triangle

Waterford Treasures has the pleasure of introducing Alan Cox, CEO of Core Media who will present; 'Think long-term for growth: unleashing Waterford's potential as an internationally recognised tourist destination'. Core Media is Ireland's largest media communications group. It has been voted Agency Network of the Year for the last five years at the Media Awards and the company was also recently voted one of the top workplaces in Ireland by the Great place to Work Institute for the eight year running. Alan was named 'Most Trusted Leader in Ireland' by the Institute in 2013.

This will be an important event for the future branding of Waterford. Venue: Medieval Museum. Time: Note the earlier time of 7.00pm. Booking is highly recommended!

Contact the reception at the Medieval Museum or the Bishop's Palace, phone 0761 10 2501 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. This will be another FREE event

by Waterford Treasures.

Tuesday the 14th of November at 7.00pm,

Medieval Museum, Viking Triangle, Waterford.

Waterford & Tramore Flower Club

Annual Christmas Floral Demonstration

The Magic of Christmas

Takes place on Wednesday 22nd November @ 8pm at The Woodlands Hotel Demonstration by Betty Holden Floral Artist. Donation to Waterford Hospice & Cancer research. Tickets 10euro can be got at Door on the night. Door Prize & raffle. All visitors welcome.

Irish Conversation - Tramore's Ciorcal Comhrá

Thursday evening is the established time for Tramore's popular Ciorcal Comhrá (Irish conversation group) which will meet again in Tramore library, from 7pm to 8pm. The Ciorcal has a friendly atmosphere with a céad mile fáilte to all who come along, so whether you would like to join in with the comhrá or whether you prefer to listen, you are more than welcome to join us! For more information, please call Tramore Library. Bí linn!

Christmas cards, and Table Quiz for Helvick Lifeboat in Minnie's

Minnie's well known bar in Abbeyside, Dungarvan are hosting a table quiz in aid of Helvick Lifeboat Station at 8.30pm this Friday 17 November. Everyone is most welcome to attend for such a worthy cause.

"We have a wonderful night of fun, hilarity and some great prizes lined up for you" said Kevin O'Morchoe, Hon Chairman of RNLI Dungarvan & Helvick Fundraising Branch. "Tables of four are €40 or €10 per person, so if you arrive on your own, we can join you with a table."

"We also have RNLI Christmas cards in the following locations in Abbeyside: Eurospar; Kelly's Pharmacy; Centra; Abbeyside PO; Ballinroad Convenience Store. Also in DHSC; Kelly's Pharmacy and I Eye Opticians in Dungarvan and SPAR An Rinn" added Hon RNLI Fundraising Treasurer Dolores Walsh.

The RNLI is the charity that saves lives at sea.

Visit us on Facebook: Dungarvan Bay and Helvick Head RNLI Fundraising Branch.

Fenor Bingo

Bingo at Fenor National School will take place on Friday 17th November at 8pm. Bus leaves shop at Riverstown at 7.15pm. Great night assured.

Fenor Sale of Work

Sale of Work will take place on Sunday December 3rd at Fenor National School Hall commencing at 2pm. Over the past 46 years the Sale of Work has become famous for its entertainment and value for money. It attracts many people from all over the South East trying to win many magnificent prizes on the spinner, The famous Hamper. The Monster Prize is valued at E1,500. Fenor Sale of Work is a funfilled day so come and join us and have a wonderful day.

Footpath for Fenor Village

Great to see that work has commenced on the footpath from the School to the Village. The work is being undertaken by Waterford Co. Council in cooperation with Fenor National School, Fenor Tidy Towns and with the support of the local residents. It is hoped to have it completed for Christmas and it will be of major benefit and will be safe for school children and local residents who walk this route as it has become very dangerous due to high volume of traffic using the coast road to access the Copper Coast and for members of all local communities using it for both work and access to both Tramore and Waterford.


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