Monday 22 January 2018

First aid

The Parents' Council at Our Lady's Greenhils would like to extend a huge thanks to P.J. O'Brien for his recent 'First Aid In The Home' and to Enda Murphy for his 'Positive Mental Health and well-being in our teenagers' talk, both of which were very informative and interesting.

Also a big thanks to all who contributed to and all who participated in the Church Gate Collection. The next Monthly Meeting takes place on Wednesday 2nd April at 8.00pm in the school library.

Results of Our Lady's College, Greenhills, six week draw are as follows: Week 1: Thomas Murphy €150, Roksana Gajda €100, Patricia and Niamh Walsh €50. Week 2: Mary Eaton €150, Michael McCullough €100, Suzanne Ledwith €50. Week 3: Margaret McNabb €150, Sandra Brangan €100, Kevin Shevlin €50. Week 4 : Susan O'Brien €150. Mary Coffey €100, Sinead Martin €50.


350 SINN Féin candidates from all over Ireland's 32 counties met up in the Boyne Valley Hotel in Drogheda last Saturday.

All the candidates have been selected to stand in the 2014 Local Government Elections and were joined by TDs, MLAs, European Candidates, MPs and various members of the leadership including Sinn Féin president and vice-president.


Drogheda & District Support 4 Older People will hold their Coffee Morning and Easter Raffle on Thursday April 10th at 11am in their office at 7 The Haymarket.


SOCIALIST PARTY member of Drogheda Borough Council, Cllr Ciarán McKenna, is calling on the council to finally get around to installing 'long overdue' traffic calming measures in the Bryanstown Manor estate.

Cllr. McKenna, who is a resident of the estate,says that he has collected, in partnership with the Bryanstown Manor Residents' Association, a petition from residents calling for the council to make provision in the 2014 roads budget for these works.

'Currently there are no traffic calming measures on the estate and cars are speeding through it, very often at high speed,' he says.

Drogheda Independent

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