Carnew notes week September 13th

Carnew Heritage Club Vintage Working Day

Carnew Heritage Club will host a Vintage Working Day on September 19th.

We hope to host a static display for vintage cars, tractors and stationary engines. Auto jumble and stalls are welcome also.

There is plenty of space for everyone to socially distance and walk around safely and all HSE guidelines still apply.

There will be no tea tents or any indoor parts to the event, so exhibitors are welcome to come, no entry fee, no refreshments, no gift but come along for a chance to meet up with friends.

The working field will have the usual attractions. Open to the public from 1pm with Admission €5 per adult.

All proceeds will go towards St. Brigid’s Community Hall.


The winner of Scoil Aodan Naofa Carnew split the pot draw WHO WON 276 EURO was Veronica Denehy.

Lucky Dip was Alex Moynahan House and Abbey Finerty 10 euro voucher.

Congratulations to all and thanks to everyone for their support, it is very much appreciated.

Sincere sympathy is extended to the family and relatives of Noel Rock, Raheengraney, Clonegal /Enfinn, Co Roscommon who died during the week and was buried on Thursday in Tomacork cemetery.

To the family and relatives of Michael The Master Tuothy, Monaseed who died during the week and was buried on Friday in Monaseed cemetery.

To the family and relatives of Kathleen Lancaster nee Conroy, Ballyconran who died during the week and was buried on Saturday in Askamore cemetery.


God bless all the children from Ballyellis NS and Ballyroebuck NS who made their confirmation at the weekend.


Congratulations to all students who received their Leaving Cert results last week and all the best in the future.


Get well wishes go to Harry Stephen’s, Kiltilahane.


The next drive in bingo in Carnew is on Sunday 26th September at 2pm in the GAA grounds, please note change of date.


Ailish Little Donishal is holding her annual coffee morning on Sunday 19th September from 10am to 10pm in a marquee at her house, with social distance. All welcome.


Please note that from the weekend of 4th & 5th September that mass times will be as follows

Saturday’s Coolfancy 5.30pm, Shillelagh 6.30pm, Carnew 7.30pm.

Sunday’s Tomacork 9am, Coolfancy 10am, Carnew 11am.


Carnew Garda are setting up a Text Alert scheme in the area, local representatives will be calling to all the houses in the area with the application forms and forms can be returned to your local Garda station, Carnew Enterprise Centre or Victor Young News Agents with €10 to join.

If you did not get a form and you are in the Garda area forms can be got in the Post Office, Garda station or Victor Young’s, the area of Hillbrook.

Coolboy/Coolfancy are also in the area and forms can be got from Christy Gregan’s, Sonnie Gregan’s or Gavin Nolan.

Could forms be returned as soon as possible.

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