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Arts Council's Making Great Art Work-

At least 47 people((tenth of the local population)  across all age groups  wanted on Wednesday next May 15th at 5p.m. in the village. A bespoke bench will be installed along the new looped linear walkway in the near future and the team wish to measure a snapshot of locals to ensure the bench is the correct height for members of the community to enjoy. The seating design will reflect the different height measurements of people from the village.
A poem based on the measuring event ( specially commissioned) will be etched into the new seating. This event is part of the final phase of the Arts Council's Making Great Art Work- Open Call Award project. Please come along on the day and support this project which will enhance our village into the future.




Safeguarding Children

Parish Safeguarding Representative is Mary Kenny, Nicholastown, Slieverue     

An Garda Siochána 1800-555-222
Túsla–Child and Family Agency, Waterford 051-842827 
Diocesan Designated Liason Person  -  Cathal Cullen  - 0871000232

Slieverue is strategically located in an area known in ancient
times as Comar Tri nUisce (Meeting of the rivers Nore, Barrow and Suir) at the south east tip of County Kilkenny and the province of Leinster. Although Slieverue Village the hub of our community is located 3 miles from Waterford City we still manage to retain our
rural cuture and heritage . Slieverue parish is home to Belview Port, the main sea port of the South East.. There are two national schools in the parish: Slieverue and Ringville. Slieverue is the birthplace of the famous Irish scholar John O'Donovan (1809-1861) who translated the ancient text    Annals of the Four Masters into English.


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