Glanbia Ireland’s Dungarvan Agribusiness store will this weekend celebrate 100 years in existence for the Dungarvan Co-operative Society.
The centenary event will kick off with an open day at Glanbia Ireland’s Dungarvan Agribusiness store on Friday, August 23rd from 12 pm to 5 pm as farmers, staff and members of the community look back over the action-packed decades.
Fun, Food & Games
Minister of State Andrew Doyle; Glanbia Group managing director Siobhán Talbot; Glanbia Ireland chief executive Jim Bergin; Glanbia group Chairman Martin Keane, and even the Waterford hurling team will be in attendance.
Local radio station WLR FM will be broadcasting live on-site throughout the day, keeping guests and listeners entertained.
Nore Valley Pet Farm on-site from 1 pm, and there will be ongoing giveaways throughout the afternoon, free refreshments to mark the occasion, children’s face painting and treats such as the popular Avonmore Mooju drinks.
A BBQ will get underway from 1.30 pm, with Kilmeaden cheese, strawberries and Avonmore cream among the refreshments.
There will be offers and special discounts running throughout the weekend, including a chance to meet the team behind a new book to mark the centenary celebration of Dungarvan Co-op.
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