Cogús activists held a hugely successful day of activity in Enniscorthy, Co Wexford, culminating in the annual walk to that bastion of resistance, Vinegar Hill.Proceedings started with a information stall and leaflet drop around the town highlighting the issues which face Republicans POW’s today in Portlaoise and Maghaberry Gaols. Activists were overwhelmed with the response by the passing public with some giving a commitment to lobby their local representatives.

Activists then made their way to the local Edentubber Monument were a wreath was laid by activists from the Midlands. The walk then proceeded to Vinegar Hill which over looks the town of Enniscorthy were again a floral wreath of lillies was laid in honour of the men, women and children of 1798 and to all of Ireland’s patriot dead.

Proceedings then concluded with tea and refreshments back in Enniscorthy Town. A big thank you must go out to all who organised and attended today’s event.