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In conjunction with Bewley’s I’d like to invite you to our Afternoon Tea at the House charity fundraiser for the Hospice, celebrating our House’s unique 180 year relationship with Bewleys Tea. The original owners of the House, Waterford Ship Builders the White family, built the schooner Hellas, which in 1835 had the distinction of being the first ship to bring a consignment of tea direct from Canton, China to Ireland for Bewleys of Dublin. Captain Scanlan commanded the ship, importing 2099 chests of tea, breaking the London tea supply monopoly. Join us, the Power family and Bewley’s at the Athenaeum House Hotel to celebrate our unique heritage on Thursday 27th August, 2015. Head Chef Jean Baptist Dubois, has created a Tea themed delicious afternoon tea to accompany this unique event. Book your table any time between 1.30pm & 3.30pm. Tickets €25 per person and includes a glass of pink prosecco on arrival, delicious savoury and sweet treats galore, live music plus entry into a draw to win superb prizes on the day. To book your place contact Athenaeum House Hotel: T: 051 833999 E: info@ athenaeumhousehotel. com




HOSTING: JOINING: Join the Blackwater River, Bat Walk on

Wednesday 26th August at 8.45pm to 10pm. Park at Gleenribbeen Lodge, 120m north on the L5023 from N72 between Cappoquin and Lismore. 15 minute conversation on Irish Bats, then 300m walk to the river. Free Event - Email pfiddle@gmail. com for details or check our www.pfiddle.wordpress. com

Locally based company Colortrend, has generously agreed to sponsor paint requirements for the Waterford Walls street art project, taking place from the 21st -23rd August 2015. Before renowned international, national and local artists descend on the city, project organisers will clean and prep vacant, disused walls around the city with hundreds of litres of paint to prepare for up to twenty-two large scale murals. Edel Tobin Project Manager of Waterford Walls told me, “We are delighted to welcome Colortrend on board as our paint sponsor. Colortrend have agreed to provide all paint for the project which is an extremely generous commitment. As a highly reputable Irish owned company, with creativity at its core, Colortrend has enthusiastically supported other regeneration initiatives in the city including New Street Gardens.” Speaking about their sponsorship, Colortrend spokesperson said: “With the first brushstrokes at New Street Gardens, to this exciting and ambitious urban regeneration project, Colortrend is playing a part in building Waterford’s future layer by layer.”


ATTENDING the official launch of new works by Kathleen Delaney Dancing With My Shadow

at 3pm Sunday 9th of August at the Berkeley Gallery, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny.

HOSTING the Public Meeting, Transforming Waterford And Unlocking Our Potential

Monday, 10th August at 6.30pm in the Tower Hotel. Meeting aimed at gathering your input, we want to hear your vision for the future of Waterford.

JOINING the all Ireland Whale Watch Sunday 23rd of August. Free IWDG guided

land based whale watch at Ram Head Signal Tower. Check out for details

Each and every person from the region and beyond are being asked to do their ‘Bit for the Bid’. Simply tell them your vision for the European Capital of Culture 2020 in Waterford, Kilkenny and Wexford. All ideas, creative thoughts and hair brained plans are welcome. This is Our Bid, Our Region, Our Voice. You can show your support and do your #bitforthebid by branding your social media profile picture to help raise awareness of the bid or simply submit your ideas via twitter using the hashtag #bitforthebid You can share your vision for the bid on

Summer Treat Afternoon Tea for two €25 Athenaeum House Hotel

Available 7 days a week - to book call 051 833 999 E:


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