Phone: 086 170 8889
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Brideview Drama is an amateur drama group based in Tallow, County Waterford. The club was founded in 1989 and has since flourished, winning the 3-Act confined all-ireland final in 2005 with 'Moonshine' by Jim Nolan. Brideview Drama compete annually in the 3-Act Festival Circuit in the open section.
Chairperson: John Pratt
Phone: 087 7692960
A community based organisation consisting of different sub committees all involved in the promotion of the local community.
Tallow GAA Club is a thriving and dynamic asset to Tallow community which has built and continues to build generations of friendships, associations, support and wellbeing as well as providing great sport, fun and entertainment.
The origins of Tallow GAA club can be traced back almost to the foundation of the GAA itself in 1884. Though it is now predominantly a Hurling Club Tulach An Iarainn has a longer association with Gaelic Football. In Michael Cusack's Celtic Times, the Gaelic games newspaper published in 1887, Tallow is listed as one of only twelve football clubs in competition in Waterford in April of that year.
Phone: 058 56807
Brideview Utd are based in Brideview Park, Woodview Park in Tallow. The season typically runs from the start of July until the end of April. Teams start from the age of under 7 years right through to adults.
The society of St. Vincent De Paul was established in Ireland in 1844. The Tallow Conference of the St. Vincent De Paul was founded in 1934 to help those who need it most in Tallow and surrounding areas.
At present, we have 8 members who are voluntary and meet on a regular basis to discuss cases that have arisen. If anyone needs to contact SVP Tallow, please don't hesitate to ring 087 6509886. Confidentiality is assured for anyone who contacts us.
Contact (Via Tallow Enterprise Centre):
Phone: (058) 56445
Tallow active retirement group was founded in 2008. Currently the group meet on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month in the convivial surroundings of Tallow Enterprise Centre. One of the most valued aspects of the Active Retirement concept is that everyone involved retains their independence and freedom of choice including their level of participation.