Annacurra notes week December 9th



The annual St. Vincent de Paul Christmas appeal takes place in all of the Churches of the Diocese of Ferns on the weekend of 7 th/8th December. For some, Christmas is the ‘most worrying time of the year.’ A sincere thanks for your consistent generosity down the years. Your support has saved some from a lifetime of poverty. All money collected in the parish with be distributed between the St. Vincent DePaul Conferences in Aughrim and Tinahealy, for the benefit of those in need who live locally.

45 Card Drive

45 card drive will  be on Friday December 13  in The saltee starting at 9pm .

Barnardos – Used Stamp Appeal Please help vulnerable children in Ireland by simply keeping your used stamps and placing them into the collection boxes, at the following locations, from Sunday the 8th of December: Annacurra Church, Annacurra.The Saltee Pub. Annacurra.Londis, Aughrim. Please help spread the word, by asking your family, friends and colleagues, to help with this worthy cause.    

Thank you to Barnardos, Annacurra Church, The Saltee Pub and Londis, for supporting this local act of kindness. Happy Christmas to all. 

Carol Service 
The pupils and staff of St. Brigid’s National School, Annacurra invite you to their Christmas Carol Service In St. Brigid’s Church, Annacurra On Tuesday, 17th December at 7.00pm. GAA Lotto 2 nd December 2019 7-10-16-21

!!!Jackpot Winner!!!
€5550.00 George Horan c/o Anne Byrne One Match–Three Winner of €100.00 Billy Moules, Woodside Nurseries Next Week’s Jackpot – €1500.00.  Whist There will be a whist drive in Annacurra Community Hall next Saturday night  December 14 starting at 9 pm.

Notes Items to be included in Annacurra notes can be emailed to by 9 pm  on Sunday evening or phone 0833136925

If you have a story that you think the WicklowNews.Net readers and beyond should know about, we’d love for you to get in touch with us. Submit A Story

Related Stories

Hold on a second! Hear us out...

What if we delivered the news to you?

Sign up for our weekly WicklowNews.Net Newsletter below. It only takes 3 seconds.