Carnew first responders are holding an information evening on Wednesday 23rd November at 7.30pm in tge meeting room in Carnew GAA grounds, want some more information on volunteering with the group? Pop in for a chat and a cuppa.
Bunclody Christmas Market is on Saturday 26th November..outside on the street weather permitting and if not it will be in the hall in bunclody …please support local crafters and makers ….we look forward to seeing you all ..over 30 stalls of all sorts ..shop local ..Merry Christmas Ho Ho Ho ..
Split the Pot
Winner of “Split the Pot” on Friday 11th November is Lisa Beasley, c/o Ballyellis NS – winning €150.
Split the Pot” envelopes can be had from any parent in the school or by calling into the school. Many thanks to everyone for your support. It is much appreciated.
SPLIT THE POT
The lucky winner of our split the pot draw for Scoil Aodan Naofa CARNEW who won €307 was Teegan Darcy.
Congratulations. The seller’s prize winner who won €10 was Tom O’Brien and the lucky dip winner was Fíbí Nolan.
Our next split the pot draw takes place next Friday 18th November. Thank you for your continued support.
Carnew Community Care – Charity Shop
Carnew Community Care and our volunteers are delighted to finally reopen the Charity Shop at the Day Centre after COVID. The Shop will reopen on Wednesday the 23rd and Thursday the 24thof November from 11am until 3pm.
The Charity Shop will remain open every week on Tues, Wed and Thurs from 11am until 3pm. Donations are being accepted during the shop opening times. We regret that we cannot take electrical goods, books, toys and some baby equipment items.
Please call in advance of dropping in with donations – 053 94 26510. We look forward to welcoming everyone back to the Charity Shop at the Day Centre where the volunteers have made a great job of displaying all the bargains to be had.
Crafting at Carnew Community Care
Crafting Afternoons are continuing on Tuesdays at Carnew Community Care from now until Christmas from 2pm to 4pm. We have had a taste of paper crafting and cross stitch in the last two weeks. Those attending loved both crafts and have decided that from next Tues the 22nduntil Christmas that they will try Paper Crafting, kindly being led by Betty Commiskey.
– some may even try their hand at making some Christmas cards.
All are welcome to attend, we request a donation of €3 towards costs.
Carnew Emmets GAA club are holding their AGM on Friday 25th November in The Club House, all welcome.
Carnew Musical Society – Forth Coming Show – Guys & Dolls
Guys and Dolls, directed by Michael Dunbar, Musical Director, Conor McCarthy and Choreographer, Frances Ryan will run in St. Brigid’s Hall Carnew from Monday the 21st of November to Saturday the 26th. Booking this year for Carnew Musical Society’s production of Guys & Dolls is now available on line. Tickets prices range from €10 –€20 (+ booking fee) from www.gr8events.ie
Also to help with the cost of staging their annual show, Carnew Musical Society have a wonderful Super Draw each year and this year’s prizes are again fabulous:
1st Prize: Designer Necklace (Value €220.00) Sponsored by McGuire Diamonds, Gorey
2nd Prize €200.00 Sponsored by Ian Pearson, Orbital Fabrications UK
3rd Prize: Super Christmas Hamper (Value €150.00) Sponsored by Quinn Property (Carnew and Gorey
4th Prize: €100.00 Fuel Voucher Sponsored by Glen Fuel Services Ltd., Gorey.
The Draw will take place after the Final performance of Guys & Dolls on Saturday 26th November, 2022.
LETS KEEP THE HEAD RIGHT .
( Essential nourishment for the brain ) .
Askamore Community Council with the support of Wexford IFA & Wicklow IFA are hosting a series of Seminars on four consecutive Tuesday evenings from Nov 22nd 2022 until Dec 13th 2022 starting @ 7.30pm until 9.30pm in Askamore Community Centre. The cost is e10 per night or e25 for the four nights. Proceeds to the upkeep of the Hall. Refreshments will be served each night, good conversation and company is guaranteed.
Night One November 22nd 2022
Una Sinnott, Teagasc/UCD PhD Scholar and Food Entrepreneur
General Introduction & Overview
George Lawlor, Cathaeirleach, Wexford County Council,
Community Response Wexford Marine Watch
Night Two November 29th 2022
Fr. Denis Kelly, PP of Castlebridge and Former Curate of Askamore,
Grief & Loss
Lorcan Brennan, Mens Health Network, Poet and Writer,
Night Three December 6th 2022
Catherine O Callahan, Life Coach and Mindfulness Teacher,
Harold Kingston, via zoom, Vice President Munster IFA,
General Work Stress
Night Four December 13th 2022 Craic and Nostalgia .
A very special Guest Speaker will join us, ( more details to follow) and they will be joined by some of our local talented singers, storytellers and musicians.
Everyone is welcome. Pay on the night. If you would like to know more about this event, please phone Sean on 0872898805, Enniscorthy IFA on 0539233090 or Askamore Community Office on 0852156848. Thank you.
Askamore Singers started up before Covid and are delighted to be returning on 3rd of November to the community centre in Askamore.
Time 7:30 to 9.
Coach Honor Heffernan Fee €50 per 4-week term.
Our aim is to visit nursing homes and day care centres and entertain with some great songs, starting with Christmas songs and also singing for the turning on of the Christmas lights in Askamore. This is a great way to improve your voice and gain skills and confidence and perform for people who will really love it. Everybody Welcome, whether you’re a newbie or a seasoned professional, this is suitable for men & women of all abilities.
MEN EXERCISE CLASS
Men on the move Programme continues for another 8 weeks on Mondays at 10.30 am and Tuesdays at 10 am in Saint Brigids Hall . Each session cost €5 and lasts one hour. This Programme is suitable for all levels of fitness.
Askamore Christmas Indoor Market will take place on Sunday December 4th.
Phone 085-2156848 to book your table.
Have you got what it takes to take part in the xfactor? Then come along to McCrea’s Bar Carnew on Saturday 19th November at 9pm, first prize €600, second prize €300, third prize €100, all proceeds towards Carnew FC club.
The annual subscription for Text Alert is now due for renewal.
Payment of e10 can be made to Brian Buttle, Paddy Byrne, Noeleen Deegan, Stacy Gilbert or Askamore Hall office. Stacy will be available to take subscriptions at the Art Exhibition from 12 noon until 2pm on Sun 20th Nov. Thank you for your continued support to this valuable service.
Table Quiz in Askamore Hall On Thursday November 24th 2022 @ 8pm.
Carnew GAA lotto was not won numbers were 9,15,25,29, lucky dips were Patty Collins and Cathrine Fogarty, the next draw is 21st November and the jackpot is 12,000, tickets can be bought on line or in any of the local shops.
Sincere sympathy is extended to the family and relatives of Michael Behan, Knockananna and formerly Coollattin Road who died recently and was buried in Knockananna.
To the family and relatives of Enid Cush nee Roache, Clonamona, Craanford who died during the week and was buried on Sunday in Craanford cemetery.
To the family and relatives of Patrick (Pat) Banana Brennan, England and formerly of Brideswell who died recently in England.
To the family and relatives of of James (Jimmy) Murray, Cummer who died during the week and was buried on Tuesday in Coolfancy cemetery.
Congratulations to Carnew Emmet’s GAA club on winning the All Ireland Scor in Castlebar on Saturday night with their sketch The Great Prentender with cast James Doran, Fergus Kinsella, Tom Darcy, Emma Culkin, Tom Culkin, Christina Kinsella and John O’Hara. Well done to all involved and to all who travelled.