Aughrim notes week April 9th

Aughrim

Active Retirement

Chair yoga continues on Tuesday mornings.  We have a trip to the Dail on April 18th. Bus will leave from Lawless’ Hotel at 10.30 am sharp. Lunch in Buswell’s for 12.30. For our garden party in June, the Thrift shop will have a selection of vintage clothes next Saturday April 14th if anyone would like to take a look.

Tai Chi & Qi Gong Classes in Aughrim
Learn gentle flowing healing movements that relieve stress, improve flexibility and mobility.  Tai Chi & Qi Gong Classes every Wednesday evening from 7 – 8 pm &  Friday Mornings 10 – 11 am at Aughrim Sports & Leisure Complex. Beginners Welcome.  Cost € 80 for a block of 8 classes.For enquiries or to book a place call Ann Martin 087/6081219.  Email: [email protected]gmail.com.  Ann is a registered instructor with the Jade Sun School of Tai Chi & Qi Gong. She is also a registered practitioner of Solar Sound Healing. See www.jadesunschool.com

Lotto

The numbers: 11, 14, 21 and 23 were drawn in the sports club lotto on Monday last  April 2nd.  Match three  winners were: Becky & Zoe Moules, Eithne, M.J. Evesson and Aidan Delaney c/o K. Byrne.   The jackpot was not won.   The jackpot is €2250.

Aughrim Community First Responders

It is with Great Pleasure that Aughrim Community First Responders can announce Aughrim’s 3rd Public Access Defibrillator. The new unit is located at Aughrim National School beside the main entrance.

The Purchase of the AED and Cabinet would not have been possible without the hard work of the Aughrim National Schools Parents Association. They raised every cent needed to purchase this equipment. They and the School have agreed to make it available for our community to use if needed. So a huge thanks to all involved for that. We would like to thank Kevin Forsyth and his son for their work installing the cabinet for us. They drove from Sallynoggin on a wet Bank Holiday Monday morning to do this work free of charge for the community. We are extremely grateful for this. The locations of our 3 Public Access Defibrillators are: – Aughrim Credit Union, Main Street. – Aughrim National School, Main Street. – Sports Complex, Andy Allen Park. Aughrim Community First Responders are on call 24/7 to respond to our community when they need us. It is through the generous donations and support of our community that we are able to keep our life saving group going.

Market

Aughrim Town & Country Market at the Pavilion every Saturday from 10am – 2pm. Enjoy a relaxing sociable morning, catching up with friends and neighbours over a tasty breakfast/brunch or delicious home bakes with a choice of organic barista-style coffees.     You will find a great selection of local organic fruit & vegetables, fresh farm eggs, jams, chutneys, home baked breads & cakes, fresh meat and lots more including aran knits and handcrafts.    Visit the thrift shop, playground or enjoy a leisurely walk around the fishing lake….you may even catch a glimpse of the bowlers on the bowling green.   For further details please contact Caroline 086 0865838.

Annual Chernobyl Walk

This years Annual Chernobyl  Walk organised by Jimmy Cullen and run in conjunction with the 4 A’s Hillwalking Club will take place on the morning of Sunday the April 15th starting from the church car park in Annacurra. There will be a 10K walk, a 5K walk and a Family Friendly 2.5 Km loop of the Ciaran Shannon route. Registration is at 09:30 in the car park and costs €10. The walk starts at 10AM.
Runners are welcome. Dogs are not allowed on the event. Sponsorship cards and further information are available by phoning or text Jane Cullen on 087 2703498 or by e mail to [email protected].
Proceeds raised aid specific building projects in Chernobyl and all works are carried out by Volunteers with the Children of Chernobyl Foundation (Arklow Gorey Group)

GAA

Our adult team had a well deserved win against a useful Lacken/Kilbride team last Saturday on a score line of 1-11 to 0-10 .It was a keenly contested game and both sides were guilty of a good number of wides in both halves. We started well and were soon three points ahead before Lacken/ Kilbride got on the board but it was not long before it was level. We were ahead at halftime and when Peo Kavanagh finished a good move to the net early in the second half we managed to keep a margin of four points between the teams to the end. Overall an encouraging team performance and we look forward to our next game away to Enniskerry next Saturday, please come along and support.

Notes Deadline
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