Carnew notes week September 7th


Carnew GAA lotto was not won numbers were 15,18,28,32, lucky dips were Aoife Doran and Edel Kennedy, the next draw is on 14th September in the Club House and the jackpot is €5,900. Tickets can be bought on line or from any local shops.


Sincere sympathy is extended to the family, relatives and friends of Conor Dace Kavanagh, Chapel Hill, Shillelagh aged 24 who died in Vancouver, Canada following an accident.


The recycling at Colaiste Bhride Carnew has resumed on Saturday mornings as the new Centre in Tinahely has opened. Black bags can no longer be accepted along with certain plastic even though no 5 is on them ie butter or margarine tubs, meat and vegetables containers, yougurt bottles.


Carnew Training and Development Centre has re-opened with numerous courses taking place, Saturday 12th, 19th & 26th September PHECC first aid course €300, 9.30 – 4.30pm TBA Tuesday Certified Principles of HACCP and food safety €140, 9.30-4pm also available online Saturday MEWP Mobile Elavated €200, 9-12 noon available on line Abresive wheels €50 at your own paceInfection Prevention and control course €50Covid19 Compliance Officer course €75 at your own pace.

 To enquire about any of the courses you can phone them on 05394265550876417172 or e-mail or web www.carnewtdc.ieMASS TIMESThe following are the mass times from 29th August Saturday evenings Shilleagh 6.30pm, Carnew 7.30pm(possible changes for summer). Sunday’s Tomacork 8.45am, Coolafancy 10am, Carnew 11.15am.


The items for the premature babies are still being accepted and the Rotunda and Temple Street Hospitals are looking for bereavement blankets size 36×36 in white pink or blue.

Ballyellis National School

A big welcome back to everyone!

Thank you to the parents for the great effort made in getting your child/children back to school on Wednesday last. All the teachers gratefully appreciate the work involved and we thank you for your continued support. Thanks so much to all the pupils who have been so good starting back in school.

We would like to welcome our twelve new Junior Infants and our two new pupils to the Early Intervention Class. We hope they enjoy their time in Ballyellis School.

New Early Intervention Class

We are delighted to announce that a new Early Intervention Class has opened in Ballyellis National School. Our Early intervention Class is available for children aged between 3 and 5 years with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. This class is intended to provide early support for children with ASD in a specialised setting up to a maximum of 6 pupils.

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