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Waterford Chamber goes green

The Port of Waterford building in George’s Street, home to Waterford Chamber, is going green for St Patrick’s Day and we are asking our members to follow suit.

Get in touch if you would like green filters for your exterior lights or join in the fun by dressing your window. You can also get involved at home.

Waterford is to be the host to Ireland’s largest virtual St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Over the coming weeks we are asking the community of Waterford to plan a parade at home or in your garden, all within the current restrictions. Dress up and parade around your garden, your street, your green and record a short video to upload to a dedicated Facebook group page. Waterford needs you, the Community, to play your part in bringing to life our annual Parade, with all your heart and soul.

Watch out across Waterford City and County as our landmark buildings go green in the lead up to St. Patrick’s Day. The Waterford City parade route will be flooded in green lighting on and before St. Patrick’s Day, as will many of our iconic buildings across Waterford County.

Fáilte Ireland are engaging with RTE in the hope of attracting more coverage for these events when it all kicks off in mid March.

The online Story Map will capture the event in totality and give us a unique piece of digital social history with multiple promotional elements within. Highlights will include Thomas Francis Meagher Bypass Bridge, Kilmacthomas Viaduct, Metal Man Tramore, Reginald’s Tower and much more.

More details on this exciting project will be available on and the Waterford St Patrick's Day FB page.


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“Tom Murphy Car Sales Ltd has been a member of Waterford Chamber of Commerce for over 25 years. It’s a membership that serves us well as we find it gives us a platform to interact with similar businesses and puts us in front of a wide audience. Having staged a number of very successful Chamber events, both at our dealership on the Cork Road and at venues chosen by the Chamber, it really puts into perspective the value of networking and meeting with potential customers face to face. We intend to continue the partnership between Waterford Chamber of Commerce and Tom Murphy Car Sales into the future, as the results speak for themselves and we see the value in being a member of Waterford Chamber.”

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