Carnew notes week September 10th


Sincere sympathy is extended to the family and relatives of Alison Kidd, Greystones and Ballisland who died during the week and was buried on Sunday following 3pm service in All Saints Church, Carnew.



Carnew GAA lotto was not won, numbers were 9,15,30,32,, lucky dips were Big 4, c/o Tom Culkin. Mrs Hennessy, c/o James Doran. Ellie Morrissey, c/o Damien Osborne. Loaise Doran, c/o Diarmuid. The next draw is 10th September in Sinnott’s and the jackpot is €3,600.



A Hopsice coffee morning and cake sale will be held on Thursday 20th September from 9am – 10pm in Ailish Little’s house in Donishal, all welcome, proceeds towards the local hospice.



Training for new responders will take place in October, if you have some spare time and would like to join the group and be trained to learn to do CPR, Administer asprin and use an AED please contact 0872413293.



The pilgrimage to knock from Carnew is on Saturday 29th September and return on 30th September, the bus will leave Carnew chapel at 7.30am, Gorey 8 am, if interested please contact Marie on 0539426646 or 0872323966.



Carnew Heritage club are holding their annual working day on Sunday 16th September at 1pm with cutting and threshing of corn, butter making, loy diggers, vintage ploughing, vintage car display, Country markets and crafts, trade stands, tractor pulling, live music on the field with Theresa and the Stars, Stacey Breen, Dancing with Declan and Take 5.


The Garden County Country Fest is on Saturday 15th with Lee Matthews and Cliona Hagan starting at 8.30pm and Friday 14th Open Air Teen Disco Event and Carnival. Admission to the disco is €10, Saturday night is €20, Saturday night and Sunday is €25 and Sunday only is €10.


Tickets available from any of the committee or Victor Young’s, Main Street, Carnew.



Sunday Sept 16, Curracloe/Ravenswood, C, 10km, 2.5 hours. Meet at Curracloe 10.00 (car-pooling from Tinahely or Avoca). As usual, please ensure to wear proper walking boots, to bring adequate food & drink and to pack (or wear) rain gear.


Ballyellis National School “Split the Pot”

Friday 7th September  winner of   “Split the Pot” is The O’Neill Family, Kiltilahane  winning €142.   We thank everyone for supporting “Split the Pot”. Envelopes can be obtained from the School or any Parent and from Ashling Walsh after weekend Masses in Askamore Church.Draws will take place every Friday morning in Ballyellis School.


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