Carnew notes week April 19th


Carnew GAA lotto was not won, numbers were 9,17,27,31, lucky dips were were Aoife Doran and Thomas Collins.

The next draw is 26th April, tickets can be bought on line or in any of the local shops.


Carnew GAA are holding drive in bingos on Sunday 2nd and 16th May at 2pm in the GAA grounds.

Single book €10, double €15, baby €5.  1 line €30, two lines €50, full house €100, every 3rd page €200, Jackpot sheet €3 or two for €5, 1 line €50, two lines €100, full house €500. Single sheet €3 or two for €5, 1 line €50,, two lines €100, full house €200.

Depending on HSE guidelines.


Sincere sympathy is extended to the family and relatives of Nancy Kehoe, new McDonald, Bolinrush who died last week and was buried on Sunday in Kilrush cemetery.


Get well wishes go to Anne Doyle, Main Street. Marylinn Wilkinson, Tombreane. Seamus Keogh, Minebridge. Martin Murphy, Kiltilahane.


The knitting and crochet is still going on for the Crumlin, Coombe and Wexford hospitals. Cardigans, hats, mitts, bootees, blankets 12’x18’, 20’x24’, 24’x34’, or squares are also needed for the Apostolic work society, large squares and blankets needed for orphanages and hospitals on missions.

All items can be left into Carnew Community Care and a sincere thank you to everyone who has donated items and those who have given money towards wool, it is greatly appreciated.

Masses are on line, the Carnew/Tomacork parish is every evening Monday-Saturday at 7.30pm with rosary before hand and Sunday morning at 10am.
Kilrush is every Morning Monday-Friday at 9.30 am, Saturday evening at 6pm, Sunday morning at 10am on Church and Askamore is Sunday morning at 11am on Facebook on Ashling Walsh’s page.

Split the Pot

The lucky winner of our Split the Pot draw was Sinead Kinsella who won €226. Congratulations Sinead. 

The winners of our seller’s draw are Sheila Doyle who won a  €10 voucher for victors and Aimee Jordan who won the lucky dip.Congratulations to all. Our next split the pot draw is Friday 23rd April. 

Many thanks for your support.

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