Carnew notes week February 8th


Sincere sympathy is extended to the family and relatives of Margaret Sheridan ( Nee O’Toole) Ballyboley who died during the week and was buried on Saturday in Coolafancy cemetery.

To the family and relatives of PJ Travers Tombreane who died during the week and was buried on Monday in Tomacork cemetery.

To the family and relatives of Mary O’Connor (Nee Gregan), Clohamon who died recently and was buried in Kilrush cemetery.


Happy 21st birthday to Helen Hughes, Tomacork.


Congratulations to Lar and Marylinn Wilkinson, Tombreane who celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary.


The Recycling is back at Colaiste Bhride Carnew on Saturday mornings from 10am – 11.30am.


Carnew GAA lotto was not won, numbers were 8,21,23,26, lucky dips were Aoife Fleming and Lorraine House, the next draw is 15th February and the jackpot is €7,400.

Draw is online and if you would like to join and your not sure how it works contact any of the committee.

“Scoil Aodán Naofa, Carnew N.S. are now accepting applications to enrol for the junior infant class for September 2021.

The admissions form can be downloaded from our website or requested by email at

The school’s admission statement, contained on the school website, sets out the timeframes for the admissions process. All relevant school policies and information can also be accessed on the school website”.

All Saints’ N.S. Carnew is accepting applications from 21st January – 11th February for enrolment in the 2021/2022 academic year. 

Please refer to for further details.
Email enquiries to


I appeal to Dog owners please when you are out walking with your dogs and they need to go please please can you use the dog bags to pick it up off the pathways.

It’s terrible when your out walking and it’s on the pathways, especially I notice it along by the church walls and on the Main Street. Can we not go for a walk without having to avoid this along the way, it’s terrible if you step in it and then have to get into your car to drive home.

Please please dog owners can you pick up after them so walkers can enjoy their walk.

Thank you so so much.

CALENDARSA student in Colaiste Bhride Carnew has produced a Calendar featuring GAA teams past and present as a project and they are on sale in Victor Young’s Main Street Carnew at €10, your support would be greatly appreciated.

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