WE would like to invite you to a Village Picnic! On Saturday, April 27, to celebrate the planting of our allocation of trees from the
One Million Trees initiative we would like people to come and join us and bring your own picnic! Trees can also be sponsored for loved ones or family names, plus there will be a Tidy Towns raffle on the day. Please support.Grenagh Tidy Towns would like to thank everyone who was out over the weekend for the start of National Spring Clean Month. Teams were out from early morning and we had designated different areas for picking. Grenagh Macra Team took on one of the litter black spots and did terrific work.
This year we contacted all the food take-away outlets within a 10-mile radius of our village and McDonalds Drivethru in Blackpool responded, and sent four staff out to help us with our pick, which was greatly appreciated.
One skip of rubbish was collected by Cork County Council for disposal, with several bags of recycling also included. We hope everyone could see the difference from this activity and will continue to support the efforts of Grenagh Tidy Towns.
SCOR NA bPAISTI
Scór na bPáistí County Final County Champion!! Congratulation to Luke Walsh who won the county final in recitation/storytelling on Sunday, March 24.
So that is two county final winners for Grenagh in recitation/storytelling this year. Paul Barry-Murphy in Scor na nOg and Luke Walsh in Scor na bPaisti Well done lads.
Well done to the Junior B hurlers who beat Iveleary last weekend in the league which was played in Grenagh.
The same day the under-14 hurlers had a great win over Kinsale in the league again played in Grenagh.Then to top off a very successful few days the under-13 footballers beat Carraig Na bFhear in a leauge match played in Grenagh.
Best of luck to Seán Bourke and the Cork minor hurlers as they play Clare in the championship tonight in Páirc Uí Rinn.