The death has occurred of Vincent Dallon
Late of Coldwells Ballymore Eustace, Ballymore Eustace, Kildare.
Peacefully in the care of St Joseph’s Ward. St Vincent’s Hospital Athy.
Fondly remembered by his loving Family and Friends.
Funeral took place last Friday morning to St Nicholas of Myra Church Dunlavin, arriving for 11 O Clock Requiem Mass, Burial afterwards to St Mary’s Cemetery Ballymore Eustace.
Donations if desired to St Vincent’s Hospital Athy .
Dunlavin Community Shop – is open Tue 10am-2pm, Wed & Thur 10am-4pm and Fri & Sat 11am-2pm. The shop now have a selection of Communion dresses in stock. Please drop in and show your support.
Dunlavin Defibrillators – can be found in the following locations:
In Dunlavin Fire Station (carried on the engine at all times)
Centra (on wall outside)
Dunlavin GAA Club
St. Kevin Community College
Scoil Nioclais Naofa
Dunlavin Health Centre
Also thank you to the Great Team of 1st Responders in our Town!
Sympathy to Michael Kearney and Mary Brophy and families on the sudden death of their brother Sean . Sean’s funeral took place in Greystones. May Sean rest in peace.
After a very challenging year Teen Scene Dunlavin are looking forward to opening it’s doors again in September. They are currently looking to recruit new leaders.
If this is something you might be interested in please contact Michelle on 0868346170 or Adrienne on 0851363858. Also keep an eye on their Facebook page for updates on registration and new members.
Trip to Sligo
Ger and Josie Duffy are organising a 5 night trip to the Sligo Park Hotel. Trip takes place from Sunday July 18th to Friday July 23rd. Bus trips everyday . Enquiries to Josie at 0596471681 or 0872543235.
Other planned trips 3 nights in Cork 15th to 18th August.
4 nights to Galway 26th -30th September .
Praying the Rosary – has returned in St Nicholas of Myra Church on Wednesday mornings at 10am. All are welcome!
New Book on Dunlavin 1900-1925 – Chris Lawlor has just launched his latest book A revolutionary village: Dunlavin, Co. Wicklow c.1900-1925.
In addition to social history, it covers World War One, the Easter Rising, the War of Independence and the Civil War. There are also lists of householders in Dunlavin in both 1901 and 1911, lists of the members of the three I.R.A. companies in which Dunlavin volunteers served during the War of Independence and lists of the Anti-Treaty I.R.A. in these companies during the Civil War. The book has 344 pages and cost €30.
It is available from Chris’s house on Sparrow Road (Eircode W91 T9W0) and on the website www.chrislawlor.ie.
The book is also on sale in Dermot Hughes’ shop in Dunlavin, Crafty Craic in Knockanarrigan and the Woodbine Bookshop in Kilcullen.
Gardener for St. Nicholas of Myra – To qualify for this position you must be in receipt of a Social Welfare payment for at least a year and be over 21 years of age, training will be provided. For further details contact Tom Whittle on 0879227051 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Plants for Sale – Bedding Plants & Cottage Garden plants along with some Silk Flower arrangements – Contact Pauline Allen 087-6183903. Reasonable Prices!!!!
I can fill your hanging baskets, window boxes and potted arrangements for your patio or Family Grave. Also available are small Garden Signs and Wine bottles with lights suitable for late nights on the Patio.
Mobile Recycling has Recommenced – Dunlavin 2nd Saturday outside Church of Ireland 10-12. Blessington 1st Saturday, outside Secondary School (Naas Road) 10-12. Hollywood 3rd Saturday outside the National school 10-12.
Meals on Wheels – continue to deliver meals on Wednesdays in the area. If anyone would like a hot dinner delivered to their home please telephone 0879693960. If anyone would like to volunteer to drive or help with cooking please contact the mobile number.
Panic Buttons – Anyone who is over the age of 65 may apply for a Panic Button. If you are interested, or know of someone who may require one and is living in the Dunlavin area, the necessary application form can be accessed by calling 086-1020303.
Used Postage Stamps – Please keep your used postage stamps for St. Patrick’s Missions, Kiltegan who use them to fundraise. Stamps can be dropped into the Parish office any time. Thank you to all who have donated in the past.
Libraries have re-opened . Lots of exciting books in store, especially for children.
Great way to introduce young children to reading.
Scoil Nioclais Naofa are now accepting enrolments for Junior Infants for 2021/2022 . Closing date for applications is January 31st 2021. Applications can be made online on the website or by form which is available from school office.
Recent winner were Teresa Whelan, Elaine O’ Reilly . Sellers Mag Lynott. and Elaine O Reilly.. Cards on sale every week. Thanks to all . who support this fundraiser.
ALONE – manage a national support line and additional supports for older people who may have concerns or are facing difficulties relating to the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Professional staff are available to answer queries and give advice and reassurance where necessary. The support line is open seven days a week, 8.00am – 8.00pm, by calling 0818 222 024
Baltinglass Credit Union supports local and hopes the locals support them.
During a crisis or a pandemic, it is so important to acknowledge the businesses that could stay open and did support their local communities and we hope our members seen that here at Baltinglass Credit Union. We have been ever so busy and we cannot thank you enough. From opening a new account to borrowing that Home Improvement Loan, you are helping by supporting local.
Open 6 days a week! If you would like to get in touch please call us on 059 64 81071 or email info@baltinglasscu.
Family Carers Ireland
Family Carers Ireland are seeking volunteers in Dunlavin and the surrounding area to give 1 o 2 hours a week to visit an elderly person in their own home who are experiencing loneliness and isolation. Full training will be provided. A simple gift of time can make a huge difference i a persons life. For more information contact Maggie on 086-0213749. or email@example.com
The Irish Cancer Society – is looking for volunteers to drive patients to and from their chemotherapy treatments in all public hospitals nationwide. Volunteers will need their own car but all expenses are paid. If you have 2 free days a month (Monday – Friday) and an active email address we would love to hear from you. Please call Laura on 01 2310 594, email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.cancer.ie for more information.
“There is a new domestic violence outreach service in West Wicklow provided by Saoirse Women’s refuge in Tallaght.
We can offer confidential appointments providing support to women suffering from domestic violence in the community, including Court Accompaniment. The drop in clinics areas follows: Every Monday 9:30am-11:30am Blessington Library, Every Wednesday afternoon 2:30pm-4:30pm Seomra Imaal Hall Dunlavin and Every Friday 9:30-11:30am The equestrian/The Lawlor centre Baltinglass. Call 085-2710378 for an Appointment.”
Affordable Live-in Homecare – provide live in carers for the elderly in your area. If you are looking for a live-in carer for your relative, please call Tom today on 087 9916791. Our website is www.alhomecare.ie
Dunlavin Nursing Home – have full time positions available in the following areas: Kitchen Assistants, Housekeeping/Cleaning and Health Care Assistants. Further details are available on the Church notice board.
Please forward your CV to email@example.com
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