The following arrangements have been made for a homecoming ceremony for the Waterford Senior hurling team. If the match is drawn, the event will not go ahead.
Waterford City and County Council is proud to announce arrangements for the homecoming ceremony for the Waterford Senior Hurling Team who are 2017 finalists. The Mayor of the City and County of Waterford, Cllr. Pat Nugent has invited the players, family and friends of the team and senior team selectors and management to attend a Civic Ceremony on Monday 4th September 2017.
The Civic Ceremony to mark the Homecoming of the 2017 Waterford Senior Hurling Team will go ahead on Monday 4th September unless there is a drawn result.
The Homecoming Ceremony will be held on The Quays in Waterford City and access to the viewing area will be open to the public from 4.30pm onwards. The Quay and all quay car parks will be closed to traffic from 2pm onwards and diversion routes will be clearly marked.
Access for People with Disabilities will be available to a viewing area close to the stage and Disabled Parking will be available at Bolton Street and Waterside car parks.
Waterford City and County Council is working with An Garda Síochána to ensure the event is safe and enjoyable for all. Parking will be restricted within the city centre. Parking and viewing arrangements will be clearly signposted within the city centre and we are encouraging the public to park safely and legally and preferably outside the city centre areas.
Waterford City and County Council owned car parks will be open at Millar’s Marsh, Bolton Street, Waterside and RSC. Free parking arrangements will apply at these car parks from 4pm onwards.
Members of An Garda Siochána and stewards will be on duty across the City and at the Homecoming Ceremony site and we respectfully ask members of the public to comply with directions issued.