Sean Halford of Halford’s Hair Studio will lead the way this St Patrick’s Day as he has been selected as the Grand Marshal for the Gorey parade.
Sean’s new role will give him double the cause for celebration as this year, Halford’s will also 100 years in business. Formed in 1923 by Leo Halford, the business has stood the test of time with a total of four generations transforming hair and turning heads.
Sean is an active member of the Gorey community and previously served as Town Commissioner. He has tirelessly given back to the town since 1978 when he became part of the Junior Chamber, and has also been actively involved with Gorey Rangers, Gorey Traders and Gorey Chamber of Commerce over the years. He is no stranger to the Gorey St Patrick’s Day Parade, having served as a member of the previous committees.
Photo caption: Sean Halford received the ‘Grand Marshal’ sash from the Cathaoirleach of Gorey-Kilmuckridge Municipal District Cllr Donal Kenny on Friday evening pictured with Senator Malcolm Byrne, Michael Gleeson (St Patrick’s Day Parade Chairman), Conor Brennan, Cllr Andrew Bolger. Pic: Jim Campbell