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Stephen Stokes and Kathleen Kelleher at Greystones Train Station.

Stephen Stokes and Kathleen Kelleher at Greystones Train Station.

Stephen Stokes and Kathleen Kelleher at Greystones Train Station.

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The Holyhead Festival is set to include a stand to encourage residents of the Welsh town to visit Greystones.

Greystones is twinned with Holyhead and this year’s festival will have a special interest for the Wicklow town.

The Holyhead Festival will take place from July 28 to August 1. Festival coordinators are planning to organise a Greystones stand to encourage Holyhead residents to visit Greystones.

This is also an opportunity for Greystones businesses and enterprises to promote themselves to visitors at the festival. A contingent from Greystones is set to attend the festival. Kathleen Kelleher, Stephen Stokes and Cllr Derek Mitchell are some of those expected to attend.

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Greystones formally twinned with Holyhead and both communities have benefitted from numerous intercultural exchanges. 

Stephen Stokes stated: "The Holyhead Festival is affordable and great fun. I've been a few times. The people of Holyhead are always so welcoming".

More information is available by contacting  stephenstokes101@gmail.com. 


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