Students are busy selling

First year students at Carrick CBS, who have set up mini companies. Back: Nathan Casey, Charlie Case , Cameron Foley-Carroll, Kevin ODoherty, David Sheehan and Criostoir Gerash. Front: Mathew OToole, Brian Walsh, Paul Moore, Darragh Whelan and Evan Power.
The CBS Secondary School’s young entrepreneurs will be selling their wares at Carrick-on-Suir Farmers’ Market on Fridays and other local venues such as outside the town’s Post Office.

The CBS Secondary School’s young entrepreneurs will be selling their wares at Carrick-on-Suir Farmers’ Market on Fridays and other local venues such as outside the town’s Post Office.

They will also be setting up stall at the Showgrounds Shopping Centre in Clonmel and Dovehill Centre near Carrick-on-Suir at weekends during the busy pre-Christmas shopping season.

Last week, the Transition and first year students showcased and sold their products at Bank of Ireland, Carrick-on-Suir.

The students said they would appreciate support for their enterprises from the local community in the coming weeks and thank all who have helped them with creating their products and getting them to market.

The students particularly thank Sue-Anne O’Donnell, South Tipperary Enterprise Co-ordinator, and their Enterprise Teacher Majella Gleeson for all their help and guidance.