Wexford Saint Patrick’s Day Parade
Wexford St Patricks Day Parade will have ten bands along with one hundred and thirty groups and floats taking part in the parade; again, it will be one of the biggest parades yet. Our sincere thanks to all the people who have supported us in any way and to the business community of Wexford along with Wexford Credit Union, Wexford Borough Council and Wexford County Council for their financial support for this year’s parade.
The Wexford Town St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee thank each and every one of you and we would encourage the public to please support our contributors by shopping locally. The parade will take place on 17th March. It will assemble from the Fisher’s Rowe area up to the Maudlintown area at 10.15am and move off at 11.00am from the junction at Fisher’s Rowe, William’s Street. It will take in the following route which can be seen on the map below:
William’s Street, Trinity street, Paul Quay, Cresent Quay, Commercial Quay, Wellington Place, Redmond Square and West Gate. The Reviewing Stand will be located on the Quay Front adjacent to the Bridge.
This year’s parade will see many floats and numerous marching bands and will be one of Wexford’s best parades.
Groups will assemble from Fisher’s Rowe up to the Green in Maudlintown at 10.15am sharp, while the floats will assemble at 10am from the Mace Service Station in Trinity Street on the right hand side of the road, down towards the Talbot Hotel.
The Wexford Saint Patrick’s Day Parade will move off at 11.00am.