Around the neighborhoods: Coolgreany in Tara Hill


COOLGREANY

New year greetings

We wish all readers of our notes a very prosperous and healthy New Year and hope that 2022 will be much healthier and happier for everyone.

Orderly Cities Committee

The above committee wish all our sponsors and helpers a very happy new year to keep our village beautiful and hope 2022 will be a healthier year and wish a speedy recovery to all who are currently sick.

Coolgreany Community Alert

We call on everyone in our community to be on the lookout for your neighbors and especially our seniors and we ask everyone to check their neighbors in this time of goodwill and if you can be of any help this. would be a great relief to many, if anyone needs help with retrieving messages etc, please contact a member of the community alert group.

Due to current Covid regulations, it was not possible to hold a community alert meeting to discuss the recent number of thefts in our local areas, until we could meet physically. report any suspect to the Gardaí de Gorey: 053 9430690.

Castletown-Liam Mellows GAA

The Castletown Liam Mellows GAA Club Annual General Meeting will be held on Friday January 14 at 8:00 p.m. closer to time.

Saint-Etienne race – A big thank you to the walkers, runners, strollers and four-legged friends who participated in the 2021 Saint-Étienne run and walk. A big thank you to everyone who offered their help that day , in particular Tom Kavanagh, whose 39th year was to mark the road for this race. Thanks to Eilis and Jack of the Golden Anchor for the delicious outdoor takeout stew for all. The race raised € 1,279 which was donated to the children’s service at St Gabriel, Wexford General Hospital.

This year’s winners were: Pat Foley (1st), Niall Condren (2nd) and Eugene Doherty (3rd) Men’s 10k winners Sarah Joe Sinnott (1st), Deirdre Duke (2nd) and Mia Darcy (3rd) Women’s 10k winners Lara McNulty (1st), Isabella McNamara (2nd) & Kate Kavanagh & Caoimhe Jordon (joint 3rd) winners of the 5k girls. Jamie McNamara (1st), Jim Kavanagh (2nd), Tom Tallon 3rd) Winners of the 5k boys. Well done to Jamie McNamara who won the 2021 Dan Murphy Trophy.

Pat says thank you

Pat O’Malley and his family would like to thank all of our neighbors in Ballyfad, Coolgreany, Arklow, Inch and Gorey for their support and kindness over the past few months. We would also like to thank Dr Tom Kennedy, Terry’s caregivers, Ann, Carol and Sarah, and the Wexford Palliative Care team, who all helped make Terry’s home care possible.

We are also grateful for the many sympathy and mass cards we have received since Terry passed away on December 6th exactly one month before his 80th birthday, January 6th, 2022.

Golden circle.

We’re running a trip to Newbridge Silverware and Newbridge Mall for the January Sale, traveling Saturday January 8th, leaving Tesco parking at 9am and returning in the evening. Cost of 20 € per person, please contact Gertie to reserve your place.

St Patrick Bearna Chle National School

St Patricks’ NS is open for registrations for September 2022. Please call 086 6005977 for more information.

Local Notes.

Remember to send me all the notes before 8:00 p.m. Thursday evening so that they can be included in the journal for the following week. Dan phone: 087 4605166. E-mail [email protected]

COURTOWN

CI Services

The hours of service for the Ardamine parish group are as follows.

Sunday January 9 – The baptism of Christ: Monamolin 9 a.m. (Holy Communion), Kiltennel 10.15 a.m. (Morning Prayer), Kilnamanagh 11:45 (Morning Prayer).

Sunday January 16 – Second Sunday of Epiphany: Monamolin 9 a.m. (Morning Prayer), Clonevan 10:15 a.m. (Holy Communion), Kilnamanagh 11:45 a.m. (Morning Prayer).

Sunday January 23 – Second Sunday of Epiphany: Monamolin 9 a.m. (Morning Prayer), Kiltennel 10:15 a.m. (Holy Communion), Kilnamanagh 11:45 a.m. (Morning Prayer).

Sunday January 30 – Fourth Sunday of Epiphany: Monamolin 9 a.m. (Holy Communion), Clonevan 10:15 a.m. (Morning Prayer), Kilnamanagh 11:45 a.m. (Morning Prayer).

CRAANFORD-MONASEED

Markie Doyle running

The annual Markie Doyle Memorial Vintage Road Run will take place on Sunday, January 30, 2022. Please spread the word and I hope it is as successful as ever. All welcome.

GAA News

Thank you to everyone who has supported the store in the field over the year, we look forward to welcoming you again in 2022. We wish you and your families a Happy New Year.

We ask that those using the walking trail in the field please use the hand washing and sanitizing facilities that have been provided. Personal responsibility is essential so that everyone can enjoy the benefits of belonging to a club, to protect themselves, their family and their community. Thank you for your collaboration during these different periods.

Lotto results for the first two weeks of January will be on the club’s Facebook page.

Wishing everyone a Happy New Year, thank you all for your help and support over the past year.

Transformation of operations

‘Lights up’ will take place again in in collaboration with Operation Transformation. Every Monday and Wednesday evening starting January 12, the lights will be on for the whole community to get involved. Download the My Life app to get involved and make every step count and for a chance to win the O’Neill club voucher when we walk 4000km together to qualify for the draw.

Church News

The parish office will reopen on January 10.

Mass intentions – Saturday January 8, 6 p.m. Aidan and Annie Finn, Ballyregan. Sadie Murphy, Ballinacoola. Hughie Mulhall, Spirit Month. Sunday January 9 10:30 am Patricia Whelan and all deceased members of the Whelan Family Bannpark.

Mass cards – Sympathy cards, mass bouquets, Get Well mass bouquets, etc. are available at the parish office and in Londis (Carnew Road)

Used stamps for Missions – Many thanks again to the people of Craanford and Monaseed for their continued support of the missions by putting their stamps in the boxes in the porches of both churches. A reminder to remove the stamps, leaving approximately 1.5 cm around the stamp please, from their envelopes and put them in the box in the porches of the church.

KILANERIN-BALLYFAD

Community alert

Membership in the community alert text messaging service is now due. A € 10 membership in an envelope with your name on it can be given to any committee member or left in the Murphys store for collection. Any new member wishing to join can contact Pat on 087 2485148.

KILMUCKRIDGE

Christmas tree chipping

Wexford County Council will shred your Christmas tree for free between the following dates, Tuesday, January 4, 2022 from 8:15 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday January 8, 2022, the opening hours are from 8.15 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., Closed for lunch from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. at one of the following locations, Gorey, Household Recycling Center, Gorey Business Park, Ramstown, Gorey, Enniscorthy Household Recycling Center, Old Dublin Road, Enniscorthy, Holmestown Household Recycling Center, Barntown Wexford. Redmond Park Wexford Monday to Sunday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. There is no € 2 entry to bring your tree for shredding.

Covid-19 Community Helpline

For help and information on the following: food, household items, medicine for fuel, collected or delivered, someone to talk to or other social supports, meal delivery, response to issues related to custody or assistance for other medical or health needs; please phone Wexford County Council on 053 91 96000 – Dial 1 or email [email protected]

Be careful

As we now enter our second year of the pandemic, the most effective way to minimize the risk of one of us spreading the virus to others is to avoid mixing with people indoors. other households. It is essential that we all continue to keep our social contacts as low as possible in the days to come.

Social distancing, hand washing, and ventilation in small spaces are ways to stay safe as we experience another winter with the coronavirus. Stay safe everyone.

MONAMOLIN

Good year

We wish all of our friends and neighbors, wherever they are, a Happy New Year. We think of those who are hospitalized, in nursing homes and those who have not been able to return home in the past two years.

Big thanks

Thank you to everyone who decorated the church for Christmas, to those who took care of the manger and the Christmas tree, to the cleaners, to the altar helpers, to the choir and to the men who collect year round and to Father Murphy, who said two Masses on Christmas Eve and one on Christmas Day.

St Vincent de Paul

If you need assistance, please call SVDP on their confidential hotline 085 1159495. We’re here to help.

TARA HILL

Sympathy

Our deepest condolences to Gerry Brauders, Kilcavan on the recent passing of his sister Mary Doyle Brauders, Arklow. I think of you and your family during these difficult times. May her sweet soul rest in peace.

Our deepest condolences to Barbara Lande, Tara Hill on the death of her father. I keep you all in our thoughts and prayers at this time. May he rest in peace .

Get well

With best wishes to all who are currently ill in the region. I keep you all in our prayers and thoughts.

Saint-Etienne race

Many thanks to the walkers, runners, strollers and 4-legged friends who participated in the St. Stephen’s Day Run & walk 2021. Many thanks to everyone who offered to help that day, especially Tom Kavanagh, whose 39th year was to mark the road for this race. Thanks to Eilis and Jack of the Golden Anchor for the delicious outdoor takeout stew for all. The race raised € 1,279, which was donated to the Children’s Service of St. Gabriel, Wexford General Hospital.

This year’s winners were: Pat Foley (1st), Niall Condren (2nd) and Eugene Doherty (3rd) Men’s 10k winners Sarah Joe Sinnott (1st), Deirdre Duke (2nd) and Mia Darcy (3rd) Women’s 10k winners Lara McNulty (1st), Isabella McNamara (2nd) & Kate Kavanagh & Caoimhe Jordon (joint 3rd) winners of the 5k girls. Jamie McNamara (1st), Jim Kavanagh (2nd), Tom Tallon 3rd) Winners of the 5k boys. Well done to Jamie McNamara who won the 2021 Dan Murphy Trophy.

Next year is the 40th anniversary of this race, so we look forward to seeing you all and many more in 2022.

School enrollment

St Kevin’s National School, Tara Hill, will begin accepting applications for 2022 young children on January 10, 2022. The 2022 admission notice and application form are posted on the website. tarahillns.ie school under the Admissions tab. A form can also be requested from the school office 053 9420321 or [email protected]

Your news

Please call 087 9434090 or [email protected] before 7 p.m. on Tuesday 21 for any notes for next week’s article for inclusion in next week’s article.

May 2022 bring good health to all of us and a happy and safe New Year to all of our readers.


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