Carnew notes week December 27th


Congratulations to Henry and Deirdre Brownrigg, Croneyhorn on the birth of their daughter.


Carnew GAA lotto was not won numbers were 7,9,21,24, lucky dips were Seamus Wafer and Dylan & George Lynch.

The next draw is 3rd January and the jackpot is €9,700. Tickets can be bought on line or in any of the local shops.

Thanks to everyone for their support it is greatly appreciated. Wishing you all a very happy Christmas and new year.


The next drive in bingo is on Sunday 2nd January at 2pm in Carnew mart.

The bingo in St Bridget’s Hall is on Sunday 9th January at 2.30pm

Thank you to everyone for their support it is greatly appreciated, wishing you all a very merry Christmas and new year.


The recycling centre is open every Saturday morning at Colaiste Bhride Carnew from 10am -11.30am where you can recycle cardboard, newspapers, bottles, milk cans, tins, small electric items.

It will reopen on Thursday 6th January.

Askamore Remembers Our Loved Ones.

A folder with plastic pockets in it will be placed at the back of the church in Askamore. Each family can insert a page in the folder to remember their deceased family member.

You can put in whatever you like, for example, a photo, memory card, date of death, place of interment etc.

It will be laid out in alphabetical order,  so place your insert under your family initials, i.e. B for Byrne, D for Doyle etc. Feel free to put in for people who may have no family left in the area.

The page could be opened on the day of your loved ones anniversary if you wish to do so.

This will not only let people remember but will also be a great help to future generations.

For more information please contact Jim Gilbert 086 840 6786 or Eileen Doran 087 415 4673.

Coláiste Bhríde’s Split the Pot

Congratulations to Trish Rossiter, Shillelagh, on winning €866.00 in our Parents’ Association Christmas draw.

Well done to all those who won Christmas hampers and to Michael Hayden who won the €100.00 Murphy’s Furniture voucher.

Many thanks to everyone for their ongoing support. 


Wishing everyone a very happy, peaceful and healthy new year, stay safe everyone.

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