A Castlebridge

Welcome

We live, work and shop in Castlebridge, located on the outskirts of Wexford Town. Once an agri-industry village producing malt barley for Guinness. Castlebridge is now a busy, diverse small town of over 2000 people. We find local energy and pride in Castlebridge’s sports clubs and in the enthusiasm of the many local community groups. We are a welcoming place that enjoys the natural environment and our rich heritage. Castlebridge is the birthplace of the Guinness Book of Records idea and is surrounded by the natural beauty of the Slaney estuary, the river Sow and Edenvale.

You may be living here or visiting Castlebridge, whoever you are, you are heartily welcome. Our invitation is to enjoy the best of Castlebridge, to get involved locally and do business locally. In doing so you will continue to build a dynamic town and a great place to live.

Village Life

Men’s Group

One of the Castlebridge Senior Citizens Groups. Monday morning the Men’s Group meet for activities such as pool, cards etc. Once a month we have

Bridge Rovers Football Club

Bridge Rovers was founded in 1971 by three founding members: Brian Murphy, John O’ Neil and Peter Walsh. The opening games of the Wexford Division

Drumbelievables

Drums are the oldest instruments in history. Throughout antiquity drums were used for keeping armies psyched up and marching in time, used to assist Vikings

Village News

Here we will share snippets of what is going on within our community. 

If you have some news to share please get in touch through our Contact Us page

Birthplace of The
Guinness Book of Records

After a shooting party on the North Slob in November 1951 an argument ensued over which was the fastest game bird in Europe, the golden plover or the red grouse.  From here The Guinness Book of Records began.

Get Outdoors

Castlebridge is very fortunate to have the breath-taking beach of Curracloe within a 15-minute drive. Also the magic of Edenvale is within walking distance for all in Castlebridge to enjoy and discover.