Waterford Truck and Motor Show returns to Tramore

Waterford Truck Show is back for its 11th year; home to everyday working trucks and fleets, as well as vintage, classic and show trucks from all over Ireland and the UK. It will be held in Tramore on 11th and 12th May.

This year’s show will be held on a hard standing area at the end of Tramore’s famous promenade, the Burrows car park and the adjacent site, by kind permission of Waterford County Council and Walsh Hotel Group.

Waterford Truck and Motor Show returns to Tramore on the 11th & 12th of May in aid of Tramore/Dunmore RNLI. Pictured here are committee members, John Burke, Jean McGrath and Larry Power with members of the Fund Raising committees from Tramore/Dunmore RNLI. Photos: Joe Evans

The Waterford Truck Show has cemented itself as a premier Truck Show in Ireland. This annual event has been attracting exhibitors and attendees from Ireland and abroad since 2013.

“From the day it was conceived, it was important to us that this annual event became a firm fixture on the calendar for transport’s finest from all over Ireland and the UK. In addition to the business and commercial aspect of the event, there is particular attention paid to families attending, with a range of entertainment, activities and retail stands that will keep the whole family entertained for the day,” commented one of the show’s organisers.

As a not-for-profit organisation, proceeds from the event will continue to raise much needed funds for the Royal National Lifeboat Institute (RNLI) Dunmore East/Tramore, which has special meaning for communities in Waterford and the South East. It is worth noting that the RNLI is fully reliant on charitable donations, receiving no Government funding in providing an outstanding and vital service to the community and beyond.