Rosslare is a rich and vibrant community, where spirit and personnel development is important and even though the permanent population is only 1800 the community has developed a vast fabric of organisations societies and groups. There is a wealth of opportunities for residents and visitors to involve themselves in.
Informal gatherings such as the Christmas day swim provides us with more glue to cement the community together. For those looking in from the outside Rosslare is a sleepy resort town where life ambles on at snails pace, but scratch the surface and you will reveal a hive of activity and host of opportunities for involvement. No wonder so many people are choosing to make Rosslare their permanent place of residence or as nearly 10,000 have done, their "get away from it all" second home.
Is a voluntary organisation set up to help with the upkeep of Rosslare. The primary focus of TidyTowns is to encourage communities to improve their local environment and make their area a better place to live, work and visit. Meet every Wednesday @ 10:30am in Cois Barry Community Centre
Rosslare Active Retirement
The Active Retirement Movement has over 450 affiliated groups in Ireland promoting social, cultural, recreational and sporting activities amongst the over 55’s generating friendship and community integration.
Rosslare ARA is one of 60 groups in the South East region and is noted for its range of activities and the energy and enthusiasm of its members. With 140 members in a village population of 1700 Rosslare ARA is a significant influence in the community and retirees from other parts of Ireland and abroad find acceptance and involvement through membership of the Association.
Activities include: Group holidays and outings, lunches and sporting and recreational activities and guest speakers on a range of topics.
Meet every Tuesday & Thursday from 2pm – 4pm.
Call Jim 0876815029
A Men’s Shed is a dedicated, friendly and welcoming meeting place where men come together and undertake a variety of mutually agreed activities.
Men’s Sheds are open to all men regardless of age, background or ability. It is a place where you can share your skills and knowledge with others, learn new skills and develop your old skills.
New members are always welcome and can be assured that there is something of interest for everyone as the men have ownership of their Shed and projects and decide their own program of events.
An objective of Men’s Sheds is to enhance or maintain the well-being of the participating men.
Our Club was founded in 2003 and presently consists of 42 members. The club is based in the facilities of the Rosslare Sports and Recreational Centre.
The club is noted for its friendly atmosphere and a cordial welcome is extended to new members and visitors alike.
They meet regularly on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 12pm. New members always welcome. Come on down to join in.
Call Ken Murphy on 087 417 4169 for more info
Rosslare Historical Society
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Rosslare Women's Shed
DROP- IN Wednesday's
10:30am – 12:30pm
Located in the shed behind the playground in Rosslare
For more Information contact
Contact Gemma on 085 1833 251
Menapians AC caters for all level of athletics and age groups both in Wexford town and county. Training is at various locations including Rosslare Strand, Presentation Secondary School, RSC Waterford etc.
Mon: Circuit training 8pm, Presentation Sec School, Wexford.
Tues: Rosslare strand athletics track ages 10+ 7pm, Seniors/Juniors RSC Waterford 6pm.
Wed: Presentation Sec school 6-7pm for 7,8,9, year olds. 7:30pm in TotalFitness gym for seniors/juniors.
Thurs: 7-9 Middle/Long distance Rosslare Strand
6-7 pm and 7-8pm for all other Juveniles, Seniors/Juniors RSC Waterford
Sat: 11am in TotalFitness gym for seniors/juniors.
Sun: Wexford Racecourse all groups 10am
St. Pauls Athletic Club is based in the Rosslare area, Co. Wexford and we cater for juvenile to senior athletes for varied events.
We cover Rosslare Hbr, Kilrane, Our Ladys Island, Broadway, Rosslare and Further.
Our Training Times Are:
Monday -Kilrane National School 6-7
Rosslare Track: 6pm to 7pm indoor in Winter
5.30-7.30pm in Spring
Wednesday - Rosslare Track 5.30-6.30
Friday - Rosslare Track 6-7 (secondary school students and seniors only) 7 & over, all abilities.
New members always welcome.
We compete in competitions throughout the year in track and field, cross country and road races.
Meet in Rosslare Community & Sports Centre to enjoy a friendly game of Tennis. All welcome to come along for a friendly game.
R.C.D.A Yearly Membership runs from Jan - Dec with Weekly Donation to Rosslare Tennis Club €2 per person.
Looking for members NOW!
Back in September!!!!
A.G.M RYC will be held on Fri 16th Sept & club will resume on Fri 23rd Sept, parents must attend. Forms need to be returned before members can attend RYC. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for updates. Suitable for all Secondary school students. €2 per week. Join our group on Facebook for details.
Running from 7pm - 9pm. Our plans are already coming together with our dates filling up with activities. We will be organising trips, discos & fun activities so make sure you come along and check it out! Volunteers Needed – if you can help out one night each month it would be a great help!
Paint Needed – if you have some old tins of paint lying around that you could donate to our club so they can decorate their own area please drop it into us! Thanks!