Wednesday, 21st December 2011
It is a great pleasure for me as Mayor of Waterford to wish you, the people of Waterford, a Happy and peaceful Christmas.
I know that the past year has been very difficult for many families and particularly for those that have lost employment. My hope is that the next year will see opportunities for you to gain employment again
I would like to extend a special welcome to all those who have come home to Waterford to be with their families for Christmas. To all who are spending Christmas away from their homes this year, I would like to extend Christmas and New Year’s greetings from Waterford.
My thoughts and best wishes go to those who are ill at home or in hospital and I wish you all a speedy recovery.
I would ask you all to remember your neighbours at this time of year, especially the elderly and those living alone.
Finally, may I wish you all a healthy peaceful and Happy New Year.
Beannachtai na Nollag agus na hAthbhliana.
Mayor of Waterford
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