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Warrenpoint Bowling Club

Warrenpoint Port is delighted to be supporting Warrenpoint Bowling Club as they take on role of President Club for the 2022 season. Warrenpoint President Thomas Hanna, will throughout the season, be representing the NIBA (North of Ireland Bowling Association) at all their functions, cup matches, finals and visiting the various clubs. The Club recently hosted […]

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2021 Results

21st April 2022 Warrenpoint Port Delivers Record Year with Tonnage up 12.6% 2021: Overall tonnage up 12.6% YoY Vessel calls up more than 14% Containers up more than 16%. Warrenpoint Port has today released details about its performance for year ending 31st Dec. 2021. In a year which brought exceptional challenges, not least in relation […]

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‘Maybe’ Visit

Did you see our visitor yesterday? Warrenpoint Port had a sailing training vessel berthed to shelter from the high winds. This impressive vessel the ‘Maybe’ launched in 1933, was designed for round the world cruising. After being hidden during World War Two and undergoing a complete refit, she took part in her first Tall Ships […]

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Port ‘Nets’ a new Service Offering for Fishing Vessels

Warrenpoint Port has launched a new service to support large fishing vessels to manage the inspection and repair of their nets. Due to the expanse of the quayside at Warrenpoint Port, pelagic fishing vessels (pelagic fish are species which live and feed away from the bottom of the sea) can, by arrangement, berth at the […]

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International Women’s Day

Happy International Women’s Day! The theme of this year’s day is #breakthebias. We want to break the bias that women do not work in shipping. We would be very keen to have more women join our team at the Port. If you are interested in finding out more about careers at the Port, please contact […]

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Flower Arranging Course

Thanks to Action Mental Health New Horizons Newry and Mourne for sending us this beautiful photo.  The group ran a four-week flower arranging course, after being a recipient of the Port Community Fund. Clients at AMH New Horizons take part in the Working It Out project, which is part-funded through the Northern Ireland European Social […]

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Christmas Community Fund 2021

MACS work with children and young people (aged 6 –25) who haven’t had a fair deal in life for a number of reasons. Warrenpoint Port was delighted to support the local Newry branch with provision of projector for cinema nights and other support for young people availing of MACS services. It is fantastic to receive […]

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Say Cheese

Warrenpoint Port would like to profile another very worthy recipient of the recent Community Fund. The local ‘Point Camera Club’ received funding to purchase a new Epson A3+ Ecotank printer which will allow members to print their photography help showcase their work at club exhibitions. Point Camera club is a cross community photography club open […]

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National Apprenticeship Week

As we approach the end of National Apprenticeship Week we wanted to mention the camaraderie that apprenticeships can create. We profiled Cavan earlier in the week who is in his first year with Warrenpoint Port. Today we would like to mention Jack Campbell who is in third year of his electrical apprenticeship. Jack is a […]

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Community Christmas Fund 2021

This week we handed over £1,300 to the Maternity Comfort Unit at Daisy Hill Hospital in memory of Emma-Jayne O’Hare, a much loved midwife who sadly passed away in August 2021. £650 was fundraised by the employee led group and matched by the Port through the Community Fund. Pictured presenting the cheque to Derval Tinnelly […]

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