The Ros Tapestry Exhibition Centre is a Company limited by guarantee with Charitable Status.
Project Management is overseen by the following Board of Directors:
Maureen Clarkin, Ann Kissane, Martin Lawlor, Jennifer Nuttall, Gene O’Sullivan, Antoinette Rogers, Connie Tantrum.
The completion of the project is dependent on the goodwill and financial support that it has attracted to date from its many Supporters, Friends, Sponsors and Patrons – all of whom are gratefully acknowledged.
Sponsorship of this project is a rewarding way for a company or individual to promote their corporate image as well as developing an association with such an important cultural and heritage project.
The Ros Tapestry Project can tailor a sponsorship package to suit the needs and budget of the contributor, for more information contact us or contribute now and become a Friend of the Ros Tapestry Project.
Friends of The Ros Tapestry
Help secure the future of The Ros Tapestry
The aim of the Ros Tapestry is to promote New Ross and its Norman significance through the production and public display of a series of Tapestries.
The Ros Tapestry’s new Friends scheme is designed in recognition of the loyalty and generosity of past and present Friends who wish to strengthen their support of the organisation.
The Friends of the Ros Tapestry are a source of moral and financial support to the Board & the Volunteers. As a Friend to the Ros Tapestry, you play an integral part in its on-going success and help to ensure its future development. The Company being an eligible charity, tax relief is available on annual contributions of €250 or more.
Annual Friendship Options & Benefits
€30 (single) / €50.00 (couple) per annum
Free unlimited admission to the Ros Tapestry Exhibition Centre
and 20% reduction for an accompanying guest
€150.00 (single) / € 250.00 (couple) per annum
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Please complete form with cheque made payable to The Ros Tapestry Project and return to:
‘Friends of The Ros Tapestry’ Ros Tapestry Exhibition Centre, The Quay, New Ross, Co. Wexford, Ireland.