#Waterford Tweets this week
We thought we start a new initiative and start sharing Tweets using the hastag#Waterford and show you what people are talking about in #Waterford.
A blast from the past when “The Wild Man from Borneo” won the Grand National. Joe Widger’s descendants are still trading as butchers in Michael Street in Waterford city.
The ‘Wild Man from Borneo’ won the Grand National in 1895 ridden by Waterford jockey Joe Widger. Read more here:https://t.co/Fs4jJhwwFH#IrishHistory #IrishHeritage #Ireland #IrishSportsHistory #waterford @watefordhistory pic.twitter.com/Jl9JxMCxwo
— Irish Heritage News (@heritage_irish) February 4, 2019
Fiachra Ó Céilleachair tweeted a photo of the new Palliative Care Centre based at University Hospital Waterford
The new (South East) Regional Palliative Care Centre (+ 72 new single rooms for @UHW_Waterford) supported by @HSELive South East Community Healthcare + @HospiceMovement, featuring individual patio gardens for each Palliative Care room on ground floor, taking shape in #Waterford pic.twitter.com/xlYiQKGEPI
— FiachraÓCéilleachair (@FiachraOCr) February 5, 2019
Who remember’s when Kilmeaden Cheese was made in Kilmeaden? The Fillet of Cheddar.
“You could call it the fillet of cheddar” – an old tagline which came to mind today cycling the @WaterfordGrnWay passing through Kilmeaden – a beautiful day in @ancienteastIRL 👍#ireland #waterford @VisitWaterford @DiscoverIreland pic.twitter.com/uAjwvxiTuB
— Niall Twamley (@ntwamley) February 4, 2019
GIY are doing a brilliant job of promoting “Grow It Yourself” and are inviting people to get involved in their courses. Plenty to choose from.
Interested in growing tomatoes? We have the perfect course for you with @mickkellygrows you can sign up here – https://t.co/ZWlRPTWgXY #GIY #Tomato #Grow #Waterford pic.twitter.com/gp2tIixsPf
— GIY (@giyireland) February 5, 2019
Sure we had to post one of our Tweets. Des and Mona Manahan are Grand Marshalls for this years Waterford city’s St Patrick’s Day Parade.
Des and Mona Manahan are Grand Marshalls for this years #StPatricksDay Parade in #Waterford Read more at https://t.co/stHmvbYCPr pic.twitter.com/h48StlyOYT
— WIYP (@WaterfordIYP) February 5, 2019
Here’s something different. A Sudanese Exhibition at St Patrick’s Gateway Centre
The Sudanese Community Group Waterford will host a Sudanese Exhibition from 4pm to 7pm at St Patricks Gateway Centre Waterford
All are welcome to attend this exhibition. #waterford @wlrfm pic.twitter.com/hFjRJ9PH01
— Waterford Area Partn (@WAPartnership) February 1, 2019