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Author Archives: Mike Gilbert
After discovering that Limerick Youth Service were going to divest themselves of the centre at Ballyloughran a public meeting was called and held at Tomasín’s on Friday night the 10th of April. Over 70 people attended the meeting. A survey … Continue reading
While driving from the cross to Ballybunion this morning I passed a red Google Streetview car travelling from The Switch towards Lisselton.
Lisselton parent and toddler group meet every Saturday morning in Lisselton School at the new time of 10.30am – 12.30pm. All welcome, suitable for children 0 – 3 years.
The Irish Blood Transfusion Service will be holding a Blood Donor Clinic in The Community Centre, Ballybunion on Tuesday next, March 8th. Time: 6.00 – 9.00pm.
With the recession in full swing, the buzz word seems to be self-help. With this in mind, you now have a golden oppurtunity to attend gardening classes in this area. Commencing on Saturday, March 5th in Ballybunion, the class will … Continue reading
Congratulations to Mairead Behan, daughter of Bridie and the late Bob, Ballyegan and Colm Garvey, son of Nancy (Linnane, Ballydonoghue) and Tadhg, Co. Wexford who were married on Friday, February 18th in St. Theresa’s Church, Ballydonoghue.
A great night of Set Dancing was enjoyed by many in Tomasín’s Lisselton on Saturday night last as Ballydonoghue CCE held their Annual Confined Set Dancing Competitions. The hall was packed with teams from North Kerry and West Limerick competing … Continue reading
The 2011 edition of Ballydonoghue Parish Magazine has been chosen as a finalist in the Arts, Heritage and Culture category of Kerry Community Awards. The committee are, naturally, delighted with the news but the real honour goes to the people … Continue reading
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