Carnew notes week November 30th


Sincere sympathy is extended to the family and relatives of Marion Whitty (Nee O’Neill), Cummerduff who died during the week and was buried on Friday in Coolafancy cemetery.


The Pop Up Shop on the Main Street, Carnew will open on Thursday 3rd, Friday 4th, Friday 11th and Friday 18th December from 9am – 2pm with Christmas gift sale and great bargains for all the family, all welcome.

Please wear a mask.

Ballyellis NS – Split the Pot

Winner of “Split the Pot” on Friday 27th  November 2020 is   –  Margaret Carton, Donishall  – winning €182.   We thank everyone for supporting “Split the Pot”. Draws will take place every Friday morning in Ballyellis School. Many thanks for your continued support.

Carnew Community Care are holding their annual raffle which would normally be held at their November Fair, 1st prize €400, 2nd Firewood (value€160), 3rd €50 voucher for Centra, 4th €50 voucher for Topline Correll’s, 5th €50 voucher Ultimate Oil, 6th Hamper, 7th Hamper, tickets are €2 each or 3 for €5 available from the Center, members of the committee or Correll’s Hardware.

Draw will take place on Wednesday 9th December in Carnew Community Day Care Centre.

A sincere thank you to everyone for their support to the Center, it is greatly appreciated.


The Recycling Centre at Colaiste Bhride Carnew is open on Saturday mornings from 10am -11.30am.


Seeing as we are going to be back home again for a few weeks and have a bit of time on our hands don’t forget you can be making hats, mitts, bootees and blankets for the premature babies in Crumlin and The Coombe Hospital. Or squares if you can’t do anything in that line or bereavement blankets 36×36 in white, blue or pink.


Carnew Training and Development Centre have courses online for more information contact them on 0539426555 or email training


Masses are back on line now, Carnew can be found on Facebook on Carnew Tomacork parish with masses every evening Monday-Saturday at 7.30pm with rosary before hand at 20 past 7.

Kilrush is on line at church media.iego into the black box on the top right hand corner, click on churches and then St Brigid’s Church, every morning Monday to Friday at 9.30 am, Saturday evening at 6pm , Sunday morning at 10am.

Churches remain open for private prayers.

Stay safe all.


This year for Christmas why not shop locally and help your local shops stay open and give employment to your own area where possible, every little bit helps in this difficult time.

If you don’t know what to get people you can always get them a voucher which can be purchased from any shop in the town.

Your support would be greatly appreciated.


The winner of Scoil Aodan Naofa Carnew Split the Pot of 28th November was Anne Moore winning €219, sellers prize was Ali Byrne and lucky dip was Emily Wafer.

The next draw is on Friday and tickets can be purchased from the school or local shops.

Thanks to everyone for their support it is greatly appreciated.

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