The going was damp, but Wexford racecourse night a big hit

Christine, Trudy, Linda and Claire Meehan with their parents Sean and Eileen.
Christine, Trudy, Linda and Claire Meehan with their parents Sean and Eileen.
Margaret Kennedy and Lorene Crowley.
Niall and Sarah Reck, who bought the rocking hnorse which was auctioned by Wexford Chamber to raise funds for It's Good 2 Talk, and Madeleine Quirke, CEO Wexford Chamber.
Aoife Caulfield, Fiona Gainford and Ger Doyle.
Eadaoin Lawlor, Karol Jackson and Denise Fanning.
Lindsey Byrne, Andrew Walsh, Shelly Redmond and Paul Walsh.
Sinead O'Leary, Mags Creegan Smart and Catherine D'Arcy.
Karen O'Connor and Rory McCall.

Wexford Chamber joined forces with Wexford Racecourse on Wednesday evening to host a new event on the Chamber's calendar.

Businesses from across County Wexford enjoyed all the excitement of the eight National Hunt races, while socialising and networking with Chamber members, colleagues and business associates and even the rainy weather didn't put them off their stride.

Guests enjoyed a glass of bubbly on arrival, canapés prepared by Phelim Byrne's Seasuir and music by Damien Nolan. Some guests were lucky enough to even back a winner or two!

'We always try to vary what we offer Chamber Members and I have no doubt that they enjoyed the buzz of the races and soaked up the great nights fun and entertainment in a very relaxed networking environment,' said Chamber CEO Madeleine Quirke.

A hand-made donated wooden rocking horse was auctioned at the Wexford Chamber Race Night with the funds raised going to Its Good 2 Talk.

Wexford People