Wexford Food Family members attended our AGM recently, albeit a bit differently, via Zoom.
We reflected on a very successful year despite the enormous and unprecedented challenges many of our producers faced.
We work closely with Wexford County Council and LEO Wexford, who support many of our projects, and look forward to our continued close working relationship.
The local media, People Papers and South East Radio, were thanked for the support and coverage we have received. The support and help from Sheil Kinnear was also acknowledged. We also received sponsorship from GS1 Ireland and The Watershed group for our 2020 Summit Campaign.
Andrea Molloy stepped down from her role as Chair of our group, having reached the end of her two-year term of office. She praised the Food Family for its efforts and achievements and encouraged the network to continue doing what we are doing and that members should continue to network and communicate.
Anthony O’Toole is also stepping down from the board due to other commitments.
The Wexford Food Family is grateful for the valuable contributions made by members who serve on committee.
We now welcome two new members of the committee , Scott Wardlaw (Atlantis Seafoods) and Mary O’Hanlon (Tasty Parlour) with Trudie Power (Trudies Kitchen) taking on the role as Chairperson and John Walsh (Irish Country Meats) as treasurer.
The full list of current board members are as follows:
Trudie Power (Trudies Kitchen) Chairperson
Catherine George (Fancy Fungi) Vice Chair
John Walsh (Irish Country Meats) Treasurer
Tom Sinnott (Wexford Home Preserves)
Liam Byrne (Macamore Buffalo)
Mary Regan (Regan Organic Farm)
Scott Wardlaw (Atlantis Seafood)
Mary O’Hanlon (Tasty Parlour)