Carnew notes week February 27th

St Patrick’s day parade is going ahead on 17th March at 12.30 pm, many thanks to all who attended the meeting, entry forms are available from Victor Young’s, Candy’s and the Enterprise Centre, floats are to be in by 12 noon with assembly from 11.30 am on the Gorey road, for more information contact 0539426555, 0879285122 or email


The lucky winner of our Split the Pot draw for Scoil Aodan Naofa CARNEW who won €329 was  Alex House. Congratulations.

Our monthly family Cinema ticket was won by Michael Kinsella.

The winner of our sellers draw was Jake Harris and the lucky dip winner was George Lynch. Congratulations to all. Our next split the pot draw is Friday 3rd of March.

Many thanks for your continued support. 

Split the Pot

Winner of “Split the Pot” on Friday 24th February is Adrian Byrne, Carnew c/o Adam Redmond  – winning €130.  

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

Coláiste Bhríde Split the Pot

Congratulations to the week’s winner of the CB Split the Pot Draw; Daire & Aobha Lancaster, Ballyellis.  The seller’s prize was won by Florrie Bower. 

Men on The Move

The men on the Move programme has secured part funding to continue in Carnew GAA complex until June 18TH and will start again in early September 2023.

The wellness and physical activity programme is designed for community based beginners physical activity for inactive adult men.

The instructor who delivers the programme on behalf of HSE and Sport Ireland provides group sessions and individual advise to engage men around exercises to improve their mobility issues.

This programme caters for men who do not want to join a gym but want to improve mobility and fitness in fun, friendly and non- judgemental manner. The banter and group dynamics inspires all participants to practice muscle and joint movement and becomes an enjoyable social gathering.

The knowledge acquired by those involved is a long terminvestment in good health practice.

The next 8 week term starts on March 6th costing €40. This is €2.50 per session.

Every Monday 10 am and Thursday 10am for one hourexercises to improve physical fitness are practised in Carnew GAA complex.

All men are welcome from the surrounding areas. NOW is the time to come and see what the programme can do for you.


Pilates every Wednesday morning in Askamore Hall @ 9am. 

Social Dance in Askamore Hall Y25 F6D8

Friday 3rd March 2023

Music by Noel Ryan & Ashling Rafferty

Doors open 9pm. Dancing starts at 9.30pm

Admission e10. Refreshments served.

Looking forward to seeing you all. 

Kilrush Askamore GAA Club

Annual Road 5km Run or Walk

Sunday March 5th 2023

Askamore Community Centre

Register @ 1pm

Start time @ 2pm

Adults e10

Children e5

Family e20

Prizes & Refreshments on the day.

Zumba Classes every Wednesday @ 7pm in Askamore Hall.

Ballyellis National School

Enrolment Notice for September 2023

We are currently accepting enrolment applications for Junior Infants starting in September 2023.  Please contact the school at 053 9426159 or email the school at to receive an enrolment form.

The meeting room in the club house is available for meetings, etc if you would like to book please contact Niamh on 0877702498

The best of luck to all who are taking part in the Scor Na Nog on 10th March in Blessington representing Carnew are solo singing Aoibhe Doran, recitation Abbey Doran and Thomas Kinsella, instrumental music Caoimhe Kinsella Nolan, Leah Doran, Karen O’Brien, Lilly Kate Buttle, second group Keelin Kinsella and Holly Brennan, question team Karen O’Brien,Laoise Doran, Finnan Kinsella and Rian Rooney, novelty act Caoimhe Kinsella Nolan, Finnan Kinsella, Keelin Kinsella, Lucy Kennedy, Faye Doran, Aoibhe Doran, Aimee Jordan and Thomas Kinsella.

Best of luck to all.

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