Shillelagh & district hunt and Tinahely Riding Club are hosting a table quiz on Friday 20th march at 8pm in Kennys Pint Depot Carnew. Tables of 4 €40 contact 0851056141 for more information
Support Daffodil Day!
Save the date!…Friday 27th March is Daffodil Day. You can be part of this Daffodil Day appeal by joining us for a Coffee Morning in the Courthouse Arts Centre, Tinahely 10 a.m – 1 p.m. Daffodil Day is the Irish Cancer Society’s annual fundraising campaign. Thank you as always for your valued and wonderful support.
Tinahely walking club
On Sunday March 8 the walk is at Croghan (Grade B, 14km, 3 hours) meeting in Tinahely Square at 9.00am. New schedule for April/May to be announced shortly. Please ensure to wear proper walking boots, to bring adequate food & drink and to pack (or wear) rain gear. (Walk grades: A is the hardest and C is the easiest – depends on gradient and duration.) Full walking schedule is on the Tinahely Website.
‘A Laugh for Hope and Hospice’
Marshalstown, Camross and Newbawn/Adamstown Drama Groups, with guest artists to surprise you on the nights, will be out in force soon to give you four nights of comedy drama!
Music will be provided each night by ‘On the Run’ (Domo, Mick & Tom). Come out and see us in the Cloch Bán Clonroche Fri 13th March, Mernagh’s Bar Oilgate Sat 14th March, The Holy Grail Ballindaggin Fri 20th March, Bellefield GAA Complex Enniscorthy Fri 27th March.
No entry fee but donations greatly appreciated as 100% of all money raised goes to the chosen organisations: Hope Cancer Support Service and Wexford Hospice Homecare. Hamper and raffle each night. Kick off time 9.30! If it’s a good belly laugh you need, make sure not to miss it!
Training times for Carnew camogie club
Junior team, every Friday night, , @ 6pm
U14-U16, Sunday, Mornings @ 10am
U8-U12, Tuesday night, April 7, time TBA
New players welcome, spread the word.
Don’t forget our fundraiser
Race night 13th March , horses on sale from members and players.
Registrations are ongoing contact any committee member for details.
Carnew St. Patrick’s Day Parade
St. Patrick’s Day Parade will take place on the Tuesday 17th March this year. This year’s Parade is being run for the Community, by the Community. In order to ensure that this Parade is a success we are calling on members of the Community to volunteer their time, in a small way, on the day.
Carnew Training & Development Centre at 053 9426555
Carnew got off to a disappointing start on Friday night 13th February in the Castletown Hurling Tournament. With good individual displays from Dan Murphy, Thomas Collins, Dan Redmond, Maurice Sheil and Richard Greene. Carnew were just behind the curve on this occasion but will take comfort in the knowledge that they know they can play better and may well come back to be in contention for the finals. Mentors ask that all under 12 hurlers for this year turn up for training and make this another good year for Carnew Emmets Juvenile Club.
The next bingo in St Bridgit’s Hall, Carnew is this Saturday 7th March at 8.15pm, all welcome, your support would be greatly appreciated.
Pride in Carnew Lotto
Winners of the pride in Carnew lotto were 25th February Mick Hall, seller Vincent Hall. 18th Margaret Dowse, 11th Jackie Mullholland, tickets only €2 from any committee member or Victor Young.
The boys and girls of feile are having a sponsored walk in Tominafogue Wood on this Sunday.
A CPR/Defb course will take place in Askamore Hall on Monday 23rd March at 7pm, full details from Paula Mulroe 0868759824.
World day of prayer
A service will be held on this Friday 6th March at 4pm at Carnew Community Care to mark the World Day of Prayer, tea will be served at 3.30pm, all welcome to come along.
Kilrush drama group ‘Poor Beast in The Rain’
The group will be taking part in eight Drama Festivals around the country during the month of March, They will be in Mountmellick on the 6th Lislea 7th Gorey, 9th Wexford 10th, Ballyduff 13th Shercock 14th Rathangan 20th and in Holy Cross 28th in their quest to reach the All Ireland Final which will take place in Kilmuckridge this year.
Poor Beast in the Rain
was written in 1989 and the setting for the play is a Wexford betting shop on the day of the all-Ireland Hurling finals: “A former Wexford man rekindles lost dreams and forgotten heartaches. But the next day he departs again, this time in the company of his step-daughter. taking her to spend Christmas in Shepard’s Bush with her long absent mother. An interlocking drama. which is rich in the comedy of self-deception reflects the transience of youth and fretful middle age.
Carnew Training & Development Centre
Handheld pesticide application and Boom Sprayer pesticide application courses will be held in Carnew over Easter (30th March – 1st April & 7th -10th April). These courses satisfy the “Sustainable Use Directive” that anyone professionally using pesticides have to be trained in the safe use, storage, disposal and application of pesticides. Please contact the centre 053 9426555 for bookings and more information.
Congratulations and well done to all involved in the boxing night on Friday last in The Amber Springs Hotel, to the boxers for all their hard work, their trainers and helpers Barry O’Toole, the Hotel and staff, and all who helped in anyway before and on the night, Brendan Lawerence for MC, many thanks the winners on the night were Carnew Emmetts 7, Tinahely 5. Well done all.