Ballygarrett is a small picturesque coastal village in the Sunny South East, located 14km south of Gorey, Co. Wexford on the regional road R742.

Our village is a wonderful place to live & to visit. We have an amazing community spirit which is evident in our local clubs, groups and parish.

Our community website is just a glimpse into our life by the sea.

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Latest Community News

Ballygarrett Youth Club returns

Ballygarrett Youth Club returns this Friday 30 September 2022 and each Friday from 7pm evening in the Killenagh Wanderers AFC Club House. BYC is one of the biggest and best attended Youth Clubs in Wexford ... Read more

Walking Festival 2022

Enjoy the great outdoors and discover a sample of the wonderful walking trails throughout the County Wexford that are now part of Wexford Walking Trails. The trails featured during the 2022 Walking Festival are suitable for all walking ... Read more

Beautiful Glasscarrig

A beautiful local poem written by John Doyle ( A grand uncle of Jimmy Crowe – Cahore). Jimmy will lead a fantastic walking history tour of Cahore in association with The Strand Cahore over the ... Read more

Guided tour of Cahore

The Strand Cahore have organised a fantastic guided history walking tour of Cahore this Saturday 30 April with local history buff Jimmy Crowe followed by Tea and Scones. Book your place : Email bookings@thestrandcahore.ie Meeting ... Read more

Spring Clean 2022

A little later than usual but its Spring Clean time again. Ballygarrett Tidy Towns are arranging their Annual Litter Pick Up from all the approach roads around Ballygarrett Village to support the An Taisce National ... Read more

Outdoor Market

Ballygarrett Tidy Towns are holding an Outdoor Market at Ballygarrett Parish Hall on Easter Saturday 16 April from 9:00 to 12:00 If you would like to have a stall ( €10 fee ) please get ... Read more

A Way Forward Together

Synod of the Catholic Church Pope Francis has planned a Synod of the whole Church for October 2023. Unlike previous Synods, the Pope has requested that the conversation begins at Parish and Diocesan level, and ... Read more