Ballygarrett is a small village in County Wexford, on the south-east coast of Ireland. Situated on the coast road, just 5km from the popular holiday resort of Courtown, Ballygarrett is itself a popular destination for tourists, with easy access to miles of golden beaches, as yet unspoiled by commercial tourism. As a result, it is a popular area with visitors who want to get away for a quiet break, in a relaxed rural setting.
We are a small committee representing all the groups of the parish doing our best to work together for the good of our area. It may seem that very little is being done but a lot of legwork goes into even the smallest project. The unseen work includes planning clearance, deputations and applications for grants and ongoing fund raising work. If you can help us at all please contact any of the committee members and well have a job for you!
Created by Frances and Iain MacDonald, The Bay Garden was started when they moved to Camolin in 1989. To a neglected orchard full of trees and wild cherry, Frances and Iain applied their academic talents and practical experience building the garden of their dreams.
County Wexford is located in the Southeast corner of Ireland. The County has four main towns, Wexford, Enniscorthy, Gorey and New Ross. Co. Wexford is located in north Wexford in the South East of Ireland and the electoral area is home to a population of approx 30,000 according to the latest census in 2006.