The Roundwood Historical Society is delighted that our first post-pandemic meeting will be on ‘The Unsung Heroines of the Asgard’ given by Colm J. Galligan. Colm‘s insight as an offshore sailor and his immense admiration of both Mary Spring Rice and Molly Osgood Childers and their roles in the gruelling sail will throw new perspectives on the voyage.
This will be in Roundwood Parish Hall on Tuesday 26thOctober at 8 p.m. All welcome but coming masked would be appreciated!
Roundwood Parish Christmas Raffle 2021: The Sale of Work will not take place this year, but the Raffle is going ahead! The draw will take place following the turning on of the Christmas Lights on December 4th. Further details in the coming weeks.
Results of the draw held on Sunday October 10th .There was no jackpot winner. The numbers drawn were 3, 12, 13 & 25.There were two match three winners, Eugene Whelan & S.M.T Next week’s jackpot will be €11,500.
Indoor Bowls has resumed in Annamoe Centre on Tuesday nights at 8pm. We are looking for new members to come along and enjoy the game. Bowls is social and a great way to meet new people. Covid rules are fully adhered to.
Roundwood Badminton Juvenile Club are happy to announce that they will be back open for all secondary school students from Monday November 1st (7.30pm to 8.30pm)
Our centre is now open. Hospital transport is being provided as per usual. Counselling for cancer sufferers and their family is available. Reflexology, massage and other therapies are available also. If you would like any further information regarding any of the above, please do not hesitate to contact us on 086 1534011 or call into the office for a chat.
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