Carnew notes week October 28th

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SYMPATHY 

Sincere sympathy is extended to the family and relatives of Nick Kelly, Croneyhorn who died during the week and was buried on Thursday in Tomacork cemetery.

To Lilly Molloy, Loughleitrim on the death of her mother Mrs Gorman, Tullow who died during the week.

GET WELL 

Get well wishes go to Graine Fleming, Valley Heights.

GAA LOTTO Carnew

GAA lotto was not won, numbers were 7,8,15,29, lucky dips were Joseph Byrne c/o Jody. Oisin Doyle. Kathrine Kinsella, Arklow. Kevin Keane, c/o Sinnott’s . The next draw is 29th October in Kenny’s and the jackpot is €2,400. Tickets only €2 from any player or local shops.RINGS

TOURNAMENT 

There will be a rings tournament on 2nd November at 9.30pm in McCrea’s Lounge Carnew, admission only €5 with a door prize and raffle on the night, all proceeds towards Carnew Christmas lights appeal, all welcome or if you would like to purchase a ticket contact Anto in the vegetable shop.

COMMUNITY GAMES 
Shillelagh Community Games events: Cross Country (Mondays 7-8pm. Sign-in at the Shillelagh Courthouse @ 7pm. Contact: 0876207193) and Draughts (Mondays 6:15-7pm. Venue: Shillelagh Courthouse. Contact: 0876785233)

 COFFEE DOCK 

The coffee dock in Askamore is now open on Monday – Friday morning from 9am – 1pm, coffee/tea/hot chocolate and a biscuit €2, the state of the art coffee machine takes €1 or €2 coins, self service. We have been asked to organize talks of interest for all ages, so if you have a topic you would like discussed please let us know. Why not meet your friends or family and have a cuppa and a chat .

CHRISTMAS CONCERT 

A Christmas concert will take place in Kilrush Church on Friday 6th December with music by Des Willoughby and the Celtic Brothers, admission €20, special offer for families.

FINCHES FITNESS 

The fit for anything group is very popular with people who may have health issues or want to take gentle exercise at their own pace. If you would like to take part come along on Wednesday mornings from 11.15am – 12.15pm and stay for a cup of tea/coffee and a chat afterwards.

Pilates classes take place at 8.45amevery Wednesday morning followed by fitness class at 10am, if you are interested please come along or contact Finches Fitness on 0868468165.

The Pilates classes also takes place on Friday evenings at 6.45 pm in Colaiste Bhride, Carnew followed by the fitness class at 8pm

CHRISTMAS LIGHTS APPEAL

Reminder to please return your Christmas Lights Donation Envelope to Carnew Training & Development Centre as soon as you can.  We will appreciate any donation, however big or small. The main thing is that everyone knows that we have to raise money to light up the street for Christmas, unfortunately we are only starting out again and  we need  a lot of money to replace the old stock of lights –   bit by bit we can get there but it is going to take time and money.  Thank you for your support.

BINGO 

The next Bingo in St Bridget’s Hall, Carnew is on Sunday 3rd and 17th November all monies raised will go towards the hall renovation fund, thanks to everyone for their support to date it is greatly appreciated.

TINAHELY WALKING CLUB 

The following are the walks for the next two weeks for Tinahely Walking club on Sunday 

November 03: Askinagap. Level B, 10 km, 3 hrs. Meet Tinahely 10 am or Askinagap 10.30 am.

November 10: Avondale. Level B-, 10 km, 2.5 hrs. Meet Tinahely 10 am or Rathdrum carpark 10.30 am.

As usual, please remember to wear proper walking boots, pack full rain gear and bring adequate food & drink. Please check Tinahely Walking Club Facebook page for any changes to the scheduled walks.

 CANDLE OF HOPE CERMONY

The Hope Cancer Support Centre would like to invite all those who have been touched by cancer (or other illnesses or loss) to join them at their annual Candle of Hope Service on Friday 1st November in St. Aidan’s Cathedral Enniscorthy at 8pm. If you are unable to attend you can still partake by lighting your own candle and listening to South East Radio who will broadcast the service live on air.

New To Carnew Training Centre Forklift Training

We are now providing Forklift Training here in Carnew Training and Development Centre. Lift Trucks are an essential part of todays’ working environment. As drivers operate these vehicles they fall under the legislative guidelines within the ‘Code of Practice’. This outlines the operational requirements and the training needed for operators of lift trucks in Ireland.

If you would like to book a place on this course or find out more information please contact us 053 9426555 or email us at sales@carnewtdc.ieManual Handling 13th November 2019Manual Handling is an essential requirement in the workplace. Book your place with us only €50 per person.

Book your place with us only €50 per person.

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