The South Wexford Coast is a natural heritage coastline. Located in ‘the Model County’ in the sunny south-east corner of the island of Ireland, the south coast of County Wexford is one of Ireland’s special places. It is special because this lovely…

Jim Hurley describes the outstanding features of Tacumshin Lake, its natural beauty its biodiversity in an interview with James L. Smith of Ports, Past and Present.

Jim Hurley describes the outstanding features of the Saltee Islands, their natural beauty their biodiversity in an interview with James L. Smith of Ports, Past and Present.

Jim Hurley describes the outstanding features of the Keeragh Islands, their natural beauty and their biodiversity in an interview with James L. Smith of Ports, Past and Present.

Jim Hurley describes the outstanding features of Bannow Bay, its natural beauty and its biodiversity in an interview with James L. Smith of Ports, Past and Present.

Jim Hurley describes the outstanding features of Ballyteige Burrow, its natural beauty and its biodiversity in an interview with James L. Smith of Ports, Past and Present.

Jim Hurley describes the outstanding features of Carnsore Point, its natural beauty and its biodiversity in an interview with James L. Smith of Ports, Past and Present.

In the school book for Wexford town, gathered by teacher Victoria M. Sherwood, we find this transcribed clipping from the Wexford Free Press paper, describing the origins of the magpie in Ireland: It is said that the first magpies that came to…

Nearly 5,000 slaving expeditions left Liverpool between the 1690s and the closure of the British slave trade in 1807. The scale and duration of the trade was such that it could not fail to affect ports and their hinterlands on both sides of the…