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Trish McDonald, Kerry Cloney and Maddy Gordon at the Bree Barndance.

Trish McDonald, Kerry Cloney and Maddy Gordon at the Bree Barndance.

Bree Barndance host by Ballyhogue GAA Club in Byrne's Grainstore. Daniel Power and Dale Kirwan.

Bree Barndance host by Ballyhogue GAA Club in Byrne's Grainstore. Daniel Power and Dale Kirwan.

Bree Barndance host by Ballyhogue GAA Club in Byrne's Grainstore. Conor and Rory Doyle.

Bree Barndance host by Ballyhogue GAA Club in Byrne's Grainstore. Conor and Rory Doyle.

Bree Barndance host by Ballyhogue GAA Club in Byrne's Grainstore. Claire Donohoe and Rebecca Carr.

Bree Barndance host by Ballyhogue GAA Club in Byrne's Grainstore. Claire Donohoe and Rebecca Carr.

Bree Barndance host by Ballyhogue GAA Club in Byrne's Grainstore. Dianne Peare and Leah Doran.

Bree Barndance host by Ballyhogue GAA Club in Byrne's Grainstore. Dianne Peare and Leah Doran.

Bree Barndance host by Ballyhogue GAA Club in Byrne's Grainstore. Dylan Owens, Brandon O'Reilly, Craig Turner, Joey McHale and Adam Roche.

Bree Barndance host by Ballyhogue GAA Club in Byrne's Grainstore. Dylan Owens, Brandon O'Reilly, Craig Turner, Joey McHale and Adam Roche.

Bree Barndance host by Ballyhogue GAA Club in Byrne's Grainstore. l-r: Sinead Reck, Ava Kelly, Roisin Fortune, Eabha Farrell, Kate Mooney, Kellyanne Dempsey, Ruth O'Brien, Cork and Jacqui Devereux.

Bree Barndance host by Ballyhogue GAA Club in Byrne's Grainstore. l-r: Sinead Reck, Ava Kelly, Roisin Fortune, Eabha Farrell, Kate Mooney, Kellyanne Dempsey, Ruth O'Brien, Cork and Jacqui Devereux.

Bree Barndance host by Ballyhogue GAA Club in Byrne's Grainstore. Brian Ormonde, Jason Reck, Dean Reck and Joe Reck.

Bree Barndance host by Ballyhogue GAA Club in Byrne's Grainstore. Brian Ormonde, Jason Reck, Dean Reck and Joe Reck.

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Trish McDonald, Kerry Cloney and Maddy Gordon at the Bree Barndance.

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THERE was a great night of music and fun held recently in Byrne’s Grain Store in Bree village.

The annual Bree barndance is one of the most highly anticipated events on the local social calendar and with the pandemic restrictions lifted and live events taking place once again there was a lot of excitement in the lead up to the event.

Headlined by the Kilkennys the night was a fantastic success and as usual was organised by the local GAA club with profits from the night going towards the ongoing development of facilities and activities in the club.

The night was very well attended and in addition to the great music there was also some tasty food available on the night courtesy of Thomas Kinsella, from New Ross.

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The organisers appreciated all of the support from the local community and thanked everyone involved in making the night a great success.


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