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Laragh Glendalough notes week April 27th

Looking down the glacial valley of Glendalough, taken from overhead the 6th century monastic settlement

Laragh Tidy Towns

You may be aware that on 21 April 2020, the Minister for Rural and Community Development announced that this year’s Tidy Towns competition is cancelled in the interests of public health and safety, due to the ongoing COVID-19 emergency. There has been work done at resident’s homes to keep our village looking tidy, well done. Just a reminder to adhere to social distancing and the guidelines set by the government.

The Brockagh Resource Centre 

Metal Scrap Day

We are still planning to hold this event so please hold on to your scrap metal and when we get news about this we will let you know through the community notes or on our social media outlets.

Community Call

Brockagh Centre are part of the Community Call, anyone needing assistance should call community assistance 1800-868-399 or e-mail the centre brockaghresourcecentre@gmail.com

For further information, or to share advice, email brockaghresourcecentre@gmail.com, consult the Brockagh Resource Centre Facebook page or visit www.brockaghresourcecentre.ie 

Recycling Bank 

The clothes bank and bottle recycling banks are being emptied when full. 

St. Kevin’s Parish 

Blessing of Graves

In the event that restrictions are lifted, Glendalough cemetery will be blessed on Saturday May 16th at 8 pm while Brockagh cemetery will be blessed on Saturday May 23rd after 7 pm Mass. 

Chair Yoga

Louise Curran has been keeping active with clients by providing chair yoga classes online, supporting health and fitness in recent weeks during restrictions. If you would like to join you can contact Louise on 087 603 2202 or email at louiseyoga12@gmail.com.

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