Thursday 27 July 2017

COLLOONEY -- all the news

PILGRIMAGE -- A Pilgrimage to Medjugore is being organised for 2013.

The Group Leader is Sr. Sheila Molloy and the Spiritual Director is Fr. John Loftus. This pilgrimage will be flying out on 18th September 2013 for 7 days. The price is €689 per person inclusive. €150 off if paid in full by 14th December 2012 or €100 off if paid in full by 1st February 2013. The Group will be flying from Knock travelling with Joe Walsh Tours. Contact 086-3821810 for further details.


Congratulations to Laura Harte, Ardcotton, Collooney on graduating from NUIG with a degree in Commerce last Wednesday. Congratulations to her parents, Carmel and Gerry and to her family. Well done Laura!


Collooney Foroige would like to thank Alma Patton for giving up her free time and teaching us a thing or two about Crochet! A very enjoyable evening, the girls loved it. Thanks ever so much Alma, hope to see you again soon!


Weekly Card Games have resumed in the Community Centre in Ballinacarrow and are held every Thursday at 9 p.m. All welcome.


The Traditional Music Class Music has resumed in the Teeling Centre and takes place on Tuesdays evenings. For further details please contact Michael Hurley on



Irish Pilgrimage Trust help bring young people with special needs (9 – 30 years of age) to Lourdes each Easter as part of their pilgrimage. There is no cost for the young people who travel. Application forms are available from 086-1579903 or email


Scoil Rince Nic Éinrí Irish Dancing School now enrolling new students. Classes every Thursday in Ballincarrow Community Centre. All levels welcome. For more information contact 0876100597.


Beltra Country Market has resumed normal hours – 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. every Saturday. The following is a list of their Autumn Schedule: 10 Nov – Mosaic Workshop for kids; 24 Nov – Christmas Card Workshop; 1 Dec – Christmas Decoration Workshop; 15 Dec – Christmas Cake Decorating Workshop for kids and adults

All workshops will take place during Market hours from 10 a.m to 12 p.m. All welcome to come along.

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