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By Carrig Side-29/11/2022

By Tom Aherne

The Month’s Mind Mass for the late Eileen O’Connor, Sacristan Carrigkerry, will be celebrated at St Mary’s Church, Carrigkerry on Sunday, December 4, at 11am.

Thanks to all who contributed to the collection in aid of Milford Hospice which collected €297.50 in Carrigkerry and €270.33 in Ardagh. Thanks also to those who contributed  the sum of €122.00 to the Pro-Life Campaign collection  in Carrigkerry.

Due to the increasing shortage of priests, it will not be feasible  in the future for the local priest to attend every funeral  removal or every funeral arrival in the church, therefore the Bishop  has requested each parish to provide 2/3 volunteers who would be willing to lead  the prayers and funeral liturgies (excluding  Mass). Training will be provided to the funeral team in the new year, which will cover the practical steps involved in setting up the team and all support and resources  required will be provided. People who  are willing to help in this ministry, please contact Pauline in the parish office @069-76678 or email [email protected] or contact Fr. Michael on 087-6796217

St. Kieran’s play Ballygiblin from Cork in the final of the Munster Junior Hurling Championship at Mallow Sports Complex on Sunday, December 4, at 1pm. It will be a proud day for all associated with the club who will have a large following to cheer them on. They are underdogs facing a team that won this competition last year and were All Ireland runners up. Best wishes to all involved with the team and club.

St. Kieran’s were defeated by Ballybricken/Bohermore by 3-10 to 2-8 in the County Under 21 B Hurling Championship quarter final played at Mick Neville Park, Rathkeale on Sunday November 20. They trailed by 0-8 to 0-3 at half time and were still the same margin behind at the final whistle.

Congratulations to locals Darren Dineen and Cormac Downey and their team members on the Munster team that won the inter provincial M Donnelly All Ireland Wheelchair Hurling/Camogie title on Sunday, November 20 in Ashbourne Community School Co. Meath. Munster defeated Ulster, Connacht and Leinster in the group stages and then defeated Ulster by 4-0 to 0-0 in the Final. This has completed the double for Munster as earlier in the year, they won the League title. With four All-Ireland titles, three league successes and a trophy cabinet full of All-Star Awards, this team have no intention of slowing down any time soon.

The CD  Autumn Melodies, in aid of Friends of St Ita’s   was launched at the Longcourt  Hotel Newcastle West on Culture Night,  September 23. It was compiled as a fundraiser  for people to enjoy and to support the work the Friends continue to do at Newcastle West Community Hospital. The CD was the work of  local singers Theresa Doyle McMahon and Siobhán Doody. There are 15 songs to suit every taste on the CD all from local artists. The artists featured include Siobhán Doody, Theresa Doyle McMahon,  Michael Enright, Brian Hartnett, Emmet Scanlon, Michael Nash Fr Tim Curtin,  Canon Tony Mullins, Fr Liam Enright.  The songs include Paper Roses, Whispering Hope, You Raised Me Up,  The Old Rugged Cross,  Golden Rose,  Some Enchanted Evening,  Panis Angelicas,  Softly and Tenderly, South of The Border,  The Dying Rebel,  I Fall to Pieces,  The Rose,  Bendermeer ‘s Stream,  Crazy, and White Rose of Athens.

The CD costs  €10 and is on sale in shops around the locality and from committee members. At Tony Hayes Shop, the Post Office, Sonas Health Food Shop, and St Ita’s reception desk in Newcastle West, Siopa Milsean and, Collins Pharmacy Abbeyfeale, Pat Buckley’s Devon Road, The Post Office, White’s Service Station and Giltenanes Pharmacy in Rathkeale, Moloney’s Shop Carrigkerry, Ta Mullane’s Shop Knockdown, The Old Stand Shanagolden, and Collins Shop Athea. To date the CD has raised over €3,500. The CD  would make a lovely gift for a special friend to enjoy and also contribute to the ongoing improvements at St Ita’s Hospital.

The Copse family, Glensharrold Christmas Light’s display opened  firstly to the public for Christmas 2020. It has been well supported  over the past two years and  cheques have been  presented to Milford Hospice and Pieta House. The family have been very busy in recent weeks and have assembled the light’s again  for display this year. The lights were switched on last Saturday evening (November 26.) by Councillor Tom Ruddle Newcastle West. Fr. Tom Mangan  blessed the lights, and the children present enjoyed the display. The charities to benefit this year will be Milford Hospice and Pieta House both based in Limerick City. The house can be located in Glensharrold, 2 miles from Carrigkerry village and 2 miles from the main Ardagh to Shanagolden road, turn off at Kilcolman cross. Eircode V94V6KC.  All are welcome.

Creeves Celtic drew 1-1 (Brian Meade) at home to Abbeyfeale United in the Desmond Premier Division  League on Sunday, November 20. Carrig Celtic defeated Shannonside B 6-1 away in Division 3. Sean Kelly2, Darren Ward 2,Gavin Hayes and Lorcan Murphy scored the goals. In Division 1 of the Desmond Ladies League Creeves Celtic received a walkover from Breska Rovers B, and Kilcolman Rovers had no match.

The Ardagh Development Association and Saint Kieran’s GAA joint weekly lottery   draw took place on Monday November 21. The numbers drawn were 8,12,15,29, and  there was  no  winner of the €10,400 Jackpot. Congratulations  to the five lucky dip winners who received  €40 each, May Gallagher Ardagh (Online), John Doyle Carrigkerry (Online), John and Mary Buston Reens, John O’Flynn (Online), Conor Sheahan c/o Greaney’s. Next Monday night’s jackpot will  be €10,500. People can play online using club force on the club’s Facebook page, with 6pm on Monday evening the deadline. The tickets are also on sale at the usual outlets, and all support will be appreciated.

Congratulations to John Dwane, Newcastle West, who  won €250 in the West Limerick 102fm 50/50 draw, held on Friday, November 25. The tickets cost €2, or 3 for €5 and they are available from volunteers, in local shops, (including Moloneys  Carrigkerry, and Denis Greaney’s Shop Ardagh) or from the radio station. All support will be appreciated. The station can be contacted at 069-66200 if people have news of interest to the West Limerick area.

The Limerick GAA Club draw for November was held on  Saturday, November 26, and announced during the Limerick 95fm sports show. Congratulations to St Kieran’s, Michael A Noonan, who won €100. The final draw for 2022 will be held on Saturday, December 10.

A meeting will be held in the sacristy of Ardagh Church on Thursday, December 1, at 7.30pm to plan a Christmas/New Year party for the parish. All who are willing to help out are asked to attend the meeting.

Hayes Christmas lights in Shanagolden and Noonan Christmas lights in Templeglantine are now open each evening to the public.

A walk takes place each Wednesday evening from outside Ardagh Church from 7pm sharp. The 5km walk will be along the Greenway and a Hi-Viz vest and alight are needed and all are welcome. It commenced on Wednesday, November 16, and continues up to Christmas.

The Old Mill Ladies Football Club held their AGM in the club’s dressing room Old Mill on Thursday, November 24. A clothes collection will be held on the weekend of Saturday, December 3. Only clean clothes and no duvets. Clothes can be dropped to any committee member beforehand.

The Irish Rambling House following their successful  trip to Harrow London are holding a return home concert in Siamsa Tire Tralee on Wednesday, November 30 at 8pm. The three-hour show will feature the cast members plus special guests Sean O’Sé, Bryan Murphy and Elle Marie O ‘Dwyer. Tickets cost €31 each plus booking fee, are available online or from Siamse Tire on 066-7123055. A great night’s entertainment is promised.

Newcastle West Film Club present ”Compartment No 6” in the Desmond Complex, Newcastle West on Friday, December 2, at 8pm. Admission is €8, and refreshments are available, and all are welcome.

The next  rambling house will be held at Jim’s Rambling House, Newbridge on Friday, December 2, at 8pm.  All musicians, singers’ dancers and storytellers are most welcome to attend.

West Limerick Singing Club will hold their next singing session on Friday, December 2, at the Ramble Inn, Abbeyfeale. John Kinsella of Listowel will be the guest artist. John is a frequent visitor to the West Limerick Singing Club. John won the Sean McCarthy Ballad Competition (2022) with his own composition ” Goodbye to the Maharees”. He was a very worthy entrant at the Ramble Inn at the Garry McMahon newly composed Ballad Competition again this year with his song ” The Natterjack Toad”. Looking forward to another great night of singing and storytelling, and all are welcome to attend.

The Glin Christmas Craft Fair  will take place on Saturday, December 3, at 11am at Ceol Corbraí Community Hall. 20 indoor tables are available to book at €20 per table, by contacting John Sheahan on 087-2079268, or John Culhane on 087-9963282.

A Céilí will be held in Cois Na hAbhna Ennis on Sunday December 4, from 3-6pm. Music by Donie Nolan and Taylors Cross, tea served and admission is €10.

Confessions for Christmas will be held at St. Colman’s Church. Kilcolman on Monday. December 5, at 7.30pm.

 

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By Carrig Side-22/11/2022

By Tom Aherne

The death has taken place of Fr. Seamus Power, former PP Our Lady of the Rosary Parish, Ennis Road, Ardagh and Carrigkerry and Adm. St. John’s Cathedral, Limerick, on Tuesday, November 15, peacefully at Limerick University Hospital. Predeceased by his brother Liam and sister Sr. Mary RSM. Reposing at Our Lady of the Rosary Church, Ennis Road on Friday, November 18, from  4pm to 6pm. The Requiem Mass took place on Saturday  at 11am followed by burial in Mount  St. Lawrence Cemetery extension. Sympathy to  his sister-in-law Margaret, nephews John and Kevin, relatives, friends and parishioners. May he rest in Peace.

Fr Seamus served as parish priest in Ardagh/Carrigkerry from 1984 to 1993. On his arrival it was clear that a lot of renovations to Church property was needed. The parishioners were very supportive  financially after the initial shock at the costs involved. The Parochial house was fully renovated, wooden floors on ground floors renewed due to dry rot being present, house was completely rewired, new plumbing throughout, oil fired central heating installed,  new PVC windows, new kitchen presses, fridge and cooker, new carpets throughout the house, downstairs toilet created, and the house was painted inside and outside.

Ardagh Church was painted inside and outside, central heating was upgraded, and PVC windows installed in the toilet. Carrigkerry Church was completely renovated. The church was reroofed, rewired, new lighting system, central heating upgraded, new oil burner installed, new amplification system, new seating, new carpet, sanctuary area refurbished, new marble altar, lectern and chair, marble tabernacle pedestal, new confessional unit and the church bell was repositioned from the roof to the ground. He introduced the household envelopes to help pay the costs involved. He left the parish in a good position when he was transferred back to Limerick city. He served the people well and often returned to visit his parishioners.

The go fund me page for Ian Gardiner from Glensharrold following  a very serious workplace accident at his newly opened Gardiner food hall has reached over €8,000. It was set up by President Tom Ruddle of Newcastle West Chamber, after Ian had to close his business due to this accident. Both Ian and Tom are very thankful to all the people who donated so generously to Ian’s Fundraiser. This will be a great help to Ian in his rehabilitation.

Limerick Council workers continue their work at  the traffic light junction top Cross Ardagh. The purpose of this work was to build up the land bank on the Newcastle West side  to enable them to provide drainage, footpaths and public lighting. They are presently working outside the Dairygold Co-op shop after laying the path on the Newcastle West side. The reason for the work is to provide enhanced safety features on this road for residents within the 50kmph speed limit.

St Kieran’s defeated Banner (Clare)  0-17 to 0-16 after extra time in the Munster Junior A Hurling Championship semi final on Saturday November 19, at Cusack Park Ennis. The day was wet and windy but two committed teams produced a very exciting game despite the elements. St Kieran’s were never led and were up by 0-8 to 0-4 at half time. The Banner’s defence were on top on resumption and gradually came back to level with the final puck of the second half to leave it 0-12 each. St Kieran’s led by 0-15 to 0-13 after the first 10 minutes of extra time. The final half saw Saints extend it to 3, but Banner hit three in a row to level with added time being played. Donie Nolan hit the winner from play with the last puck to book a Munster final spot.

TEAM: Cillian Ambrose 0-3, Diarmuid Mulcahy, Paudie McCarthy,  Aaron Heffernan, Jack Ben Harnett, Brendan McCarthy, Cathal Mc Enery 0-1, Sean Ryan, Mossie Shine, Cormac Mann 0-1, Johnny McCarthy, Anthony Mullins 0-1, Ian Mackessy 0-6 (Captain),  Eoin McEnery,  James Muckell 0-1. Subs Anthony Molyneaux, Liam Kennedy, Donie Nolan 0-3, Mike Flynn 0-1, Shay Greaney, Mossie Shine and Johnny McCarthy again.  The team had great support on the day and well done to players, management and all associated with the team.  Roll on the Munster final.

Carrig Celtic lost 5-1 away to Broadford United B in Division 3 of the Desmond League on Sunday November 13. Creeves Celtic had no match. In Division 1 of the  Desmond Ladies League Kilcolman Rovers defeated Feenagh 6-0 at home with Gillian Musgrave 3, Charlotte Lynch 2, and Rebecca Hogan scoring. Creeves Celtic defeated Dromore United 2-1 away with Caoimhe Boyce and Bridget Liston scoring.

The four-part traditional music series Ceolaireacht on TG4 presented by musician Doireann Ni Ghlacáin featured the West Limerick area on Sunday November 13. Among those featured in the final part were locals Donal Sullivan, Frank O’Connor, son Francis and wife Aine. and an old recording of Con Greaney. It was a very enjoyable programme, promoting the traditional values of the area from top class entertainers.

The Ardagh Development Association and Saint Kieran’s GAA joint weekly lottery   draw took place on Monday November 14. The numbers drawn were 10,11,21,25, and  there was  no  winner of the €10,300 Jackpot. Congratulations to the five lucky dip winners who received  €40 each:  Paul Mullins c/o Neary’s, Eoin McEnery (Online), Noreen Ambrose Lee (Online), Owen Hayes junior (Online), Catherine O’Donnell c/o Neary’s.  Next Monday night’s jackpot will  be €10,400. People can play online using club force on the club’s Facebook page, with 6pm on Monday evening the deadline. The tickets are also on sale at the usual outlets, and all support will be appreciated.

Congratulations to Muiris O’Connor Ardagh, who  won €340, in the West Limerick 102fm 50/50 draw, held on Friday, November 18. The tickets cost €2, or 3 for €5 and they are available from volunteers, in local shops, (including Moloneys  Carrigkerry, and Denis Greaney’s Shop, Ardagh) or from the radio station. All support will be appreciated. The station can be contacted at 069-66200 if people have news of interest to the West Limerick area.

The Hayes family Christmas Lights Display, Shanagolden Eircode V94NC3F switched on their Winter Wonderland on Saturday, November 19. The Carrigkerry Wren group were among the special guests present for the big switch on. All money raised goes to Milford Hospice, Children Ark Unit, Limerick University Hospital and St Gabriel’s Foundation.

A walk takes place each Wednesday evening from outside Ardagh Church from 7pm Sharp. The 5km walk will be along the Greenway and a hi-Viz vest and alight needed and all are welcome. It commenced on Wednesday, November 16, and continues up to Christmas.

The Abha Bhán Players present ‘The Buds of Ballybunion’ in the parish hall Ballyhahill on Friday/Saturday, November 25/26. Tickets can be booked at Paddy O’Rourke’s Shop, Ballyhahill.  Phone 069-82106.

The Old Mill Ladies Football Club will hold their AGM in the club’s dressing room Old Mill on Thursday, November 24, at 8pm and new members are welcome. A clothes collection will be held on the weekend of Saturday, December 3. Only clean clothes and no duvets. Clothes can be dropped to any committee member beforehand.

SSE Renewable invites community groups to apply for funding from their community fund.  The groups need to be within a 20km radius of their Tournafulla, Rathcahill, Dromada, and Athea  wind farms in West Limerick and Lenamore wind farm in County Kerry. Preference  will be given to those within 5km. The closing date for Community Fund applications is 5pm on Friday November 25. For more information on how to apply visit sserenewables.com or contact their Community Fund Manager on 0868783104. Email: [email protected]

Rathkeale and District Historical Society next talk is on Friday November 25, at 8.30pm in the Community Arts Centre New Line Rathkeale. The title is Piracy in Munster in the age of sail and the speaker is Connie Kelleher UCC. Admission is free and all are welcome.

The Limerick GAA Club draw for November will be held on  Saturday, November 26, and the results will be announced  during the Limerick Live 95 Sports Show. The entry fee  is €10 per month or €20 for the remaining two draws  and €21,000 will be given out in prize money each month. The first prize is €10,000, 2nd prize €3,000, 3rd prize €2,000, 4th prize €1,000, 5th prize is an exclusive star prize, and 4  prizes of €500, four prizes €250, and 17 prizes of €100. This month’s star prize is a €500 voucher for Smyth’s Toys.  St. Kieran’s  club are the local promoters for the draw.

The Coolcappa Christmas Bazaar will be held in Coolcappa Community Hall on Sunday, November 27, from 12 noon. The family day out will include the Wheel of Fortune,  a visit from Santa, Community Crafts, Bake Sale and lots more activities for all to enjoy. Contributions to the bake sale and community crafts would be much appreciated.

 

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By Carrig Side-15/11/2022

By Tom Aherne

The death of Helen Moynihan, Killoughteen, Newcastle West, following a road accident on Monday October 31, sent shock waves throughout the locality. Reposing at Riedy’s Funeral Home  Newcastle West on Wednesday November 9, from 5pm to 8pm. Her Funeral Mass was celebrated at the Church of the Immaculate Conception Newcastle West on Thursday at 11.30am. Private cremation afterwards at Shannon Crematorium. Sympathy to her partner Seanie King Carrigkerry, children Jack, Ayla, baby Ryan (predeceased),parents John and Teresa, brother Alan sister-in-law Sarah, nieces Grace ,  Sadie, Grandmother Kathy, the King family Sean, Helena, Leanne, Karyn,  Eoin, their partners and children, the extended  Moynihan, Nelan and King families, friends, neighbours, work colleagues. May she rest in Peace.

The death has taken place of Michael Mc Namara, Killaheen Reen’s Pike Ardagh peacefully at University Hospital Limerick on Wednesday November 9. Reposing at the family home on Friday November 11 from 4pm to 8pm. His Requiem Mass was celebrated  in St Mary’s Church Rathkeale on Saturday at 11am. Burial took place afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. Sympathy to his wife Josie, children Alison, Martina, Michael, Noel, Miriam, sisters Addie, Marie, grandchildren, nephews, nieces, brother-in-law, sons -in-law, daughters-in-law, neighbours and friends. May he rest in Peace.

Sympathy to Frank and  Joan O’Connor and family Glenville Ardagh on the death of Frank’s sister Bridie O’Connor (nee O’Connor) Clouncourivane Castlemahon and late of Glenastar Ardagh and Meenoline Templeglantine on Wednesday November 2. Her Requiem Mass was celebrated  in St John the Baptist Church Castlemahon on Sunday November 6, followed by burial in Aglish Cemetery. Sympathy to all her family members, neighbours and friends. May she rest in Peace.

Sympathy to Chrissie and Sean Mc Carthy and family Rathreigh Ardagh, on the passing of Chrissies brother Patrick (Patsy) Roche Killoughteen Newcastle West peacefully at University Hospital Limerick on Thursday November 3. His Requiem Mass was celebrated at Monagea Church on Sunday November 6, at 11.30am, followed by burial in Monagea Cemetery. Sympathy to all his  family members, neighbours and friends. May he rest in Peace.

The Munster Junior A Hurling Championship semi-final St Kieran’s V Banner (Clare) is fixed for Saturday November 19, at 1.15pm at Cusack Park Ennis. Best of luck to all the players, management, club officers and members.

St Kieran’s GAA club pitch development is up and running after the official launch on Friday September 30. The pitch will proceed in three phases subject to funding with phase 1 due to commence this winter with land acquisition fencing, subsoil movement, walkway started and drainage. People can offer financial assistance by donating in a number of ways: Monthly instalments and a lump sum,  through Club force, or directly to the club’s bank account. The club as an approved  sports body with Revenue can claim tax relief on donations over  € 250 in a calendar year.  Business sponsorship options are also available. A brochure outlining the development, which is estimated to cost € 350,000, has been sent to all households to view in recent weeks. Contact any of the Club Development Committee for further details on how to become involved. All financial support will be appreciated.

Creeves Celtic lost 3-2 away to Rathkeale in the 3rd round of the Munster Junior Cup on Sunday November 6. Carrig Celtic had no match. In the Desmond Ladies Division 1 League Cup Kilcolman Rovers defeated Creeves Celtic 4-0 away with Rebecca Horgan 3, and Kate Neville scoring.

Congratulations to Sarah Moynihan, who won € 514 in the October fourteenth   Creeves Celtic FC Split the Pot monthly draw. Tickets to enter the draw are available from committee members, club managers, at Neary’s Ardagh,  Inver five crossroads Rathkeale and the  Thatch Newbridge. All support will be greatly appreciated.

The Ardagh Development Association and Saint Kieran’s GAA joint weekly lottery   draw took place on Monday November 7. The numbers drawn were 2,4,9,16, and  there was  no  winner of the € 10,200 Jackpot. Congratulations  to the five lucky dip winners who received  € 40 each:  Tanya Saharova Ballyhahill, (Online), John Murphy c/o Neary’s, Michael Enright Dromranee, c/o Greaney’s, John ‘Spud ‘Murphy Knockaderry, c/o Neary’s, Meadhbh Ambrose (Online). Next Monday night’s jackpot will  be € 10,300. People can play online using club force on the club’s Facebook page, with 6pm on Monday evening the deadline. The tickets are also on sale at the usual outlets, and all support will be appreciated.

Congratulations to Kieran Ryan Dromcollogher who  won € 330 in the West Limerick 102fm 50/50 draw, held on Friday November 11. The tickets cost € 2, or 3 for € 5 and they are available from volunteers, in local shops, (including Moloneys  Carrigkerry, and Denis Greaney’s Shop Ardagh) or from the radio station. All support will be appreciated. The station can be contacted at 069-66200 if people have news of interest to the West Limerick area.

The November Remembrance Mass in St Mary’s Church Carrigkerry will be celebrated on Thursday November 17 at 7.30pm. Those to be remembered in Carrigkerry are Pat Collins, Pat Nally, Maurice (Moss) O’Connor,  John Doody, Danny Hartnett,  and Eileen O’Connor.

The next  rambling house will be held at Ballyhahill Hall on Wednesday November 16, at 8pm.  All musicians, singers’ dancers and storytellers are most welcome to attend. The last rambling house on October 19, was a great success with a big attendance present. A total of € 2,000 was collected for the Palliative Care Team Newcastle West. Ita Mc Quinn Monagea Rambling House is holding her next monthly rambling house on Friday November 18, at the Desmond Complex Newcastle West at 8pm. It is a new venue and a fine crowd attended there last month. All musicians, singers’ dancers and storytellers are most welcome to attend.

The formation of An Garda Síochána on February 22, 1922, was a key moment in the establishment and evolution of new political and administrative structures in the fledgling Irish Free State. Throughout the year serving and retired members of the force around the country have been celebrating the 100-year anniversary. Guardians of the Peace is a newly written song by musician Tim Collins, Killeedy and performed by acclaimed traditional singer, Deirdre Scanlan, Monagea a member of An Garda Síochána, living in Clare. Accompanying the song is a video collage of historic images relating to policing in County Clare and the country, produced by Malbay Studios. It was premiered at the 2022 National Age Friendly Awards in Dromoland Castle, Co. Clare in October 2022. The arrival of the first Garda to Newcastle West will be remembered this Friday/Saturday with events taking place in the town.

A  Fundraising   Céilí will be held at the Devon Inn Hotel to raise money and support Halla Ínse Bán, Templeglantine on Friday November 18.All tickets sold are entered for a Door Hamper.  Music by Donie Nolan and  Taylor’s Cross Céilí Band, raffle prizes,  and tea served. Admission is € 10.

The Abha Bhán Players present ‘The Buds of Ballybunion’ in the parish hall Ballyhahill on Friday/ Saturday November 18/19 and Friday/Saturday November 25/26. Tickets can be booked at Paddy O’Rourke’s Shop Ballyhahill.  Phone 069-82106.

Kilcolman Rovers soccer club will hold a fundraising quiz at Neary’s Bar Ardagh on Saturday November 19, at 9.30pm sharp.  Table of 4 and spot prizes given out and support will be appreciated.

Athea will host the Limerick finals of Ceol an Gheimhridh in Athea National School and Con Colbert Hall on Sunday November 20. The age category is for Under 11 and Under 14. The events include music, singing, Céilí and set dancing, storytelling and recitation. Competitors from branches around the county will be participating and the winners will progress to the Munster final.

Noonan Christmas Lights will be switched on by Nickie Quaid Limerick All Star hurler  on Sunday November 20, at 4-30pm. Tadgh Morley Kerry All Star footballer will also be present plus the Mc Carthy Cup and the Sam Maguire Cup. Santa will make a visit also to meet all the children and all are welcome to attend. Four local charities from Limerick and North Kerry will benefit from the funds collected over the Christmas season.  They are Milford Care Centre Limerick, Limerick Suicide Watch, Cari, Limerick and Recovery Haven Tralee.

SSE Renewable invites community groups to apply for funding from their community fund.  The groups need to be within a 20km radius of their Tournafulla, Rathcahill, Dromada, and Athea  wind farms in West Limerick and Lenamore wind farm in County Kerry. Preference  will be given to those within 5km. The closing date for Community Fund applications is 5pm on Friday November 25. For more information on how to apply visit sserenewables.com or contact their Community Fund Manager on 0868783104. Email: [email protected]

 

 

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