Wexford Town Library, Friday mornings during term, 10.30am to 12.30pm

Wexford County Council Public Library Service, through the Reader in Residence programme, will bring the hugely successful Fighting Words creative writing project to Wexford Town Library in 2019. Fighting Words Wexford will be offering free creative writing workshops for primary school children living in County Wexford.

 Volunteers Invited

Would you like to volunteer to join this initiative?.  Each session will be held on a Friday morning from 10.30am -12.30pm during term time. All volunteers will be given Fighting Words training to deliver this creating writing programme for students in Wexford Town Library. Volunteer tutors are people from all walks of life. Anyone who enjoys working in a creative environment, and is a good listener, is welcome to volunteer. You don’t need to be a writer or a teacher to be a Fighting Words volunteer. Each person can volunteer for the dates that suit their circumstances.

If you would like to apply or to get more information, please complete the below volunteer form.

fighting words volunteer application form – wexford

 Volunteer Training

Training will take place in Wexford Town Library in late January, date TBC

 About Fighting Words

fighting wordsFighting Words was established in Dublin by Roddy Doyle and Séan Love and aims to help children and young people to discover and harness the power of their own imaginations and creative writing skills. Find out more at

For more information about Fighting Words Wexford please email or contact Wexford Town Library on 053 9196760.

To Volunteer:

Please fill out the attached application form and return it to library staff at the desk.

Alternatively you can download an application at :

and email it to

Wexford Town Library, Mallin Street, Wexford
Tel: 053 9196760

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