The Kiltealy Tidy Towns committee will turn on this year’s Christmas lights in the village on Saturday, December 4, at 7.30 p.m.
The ceremony will take place after Mass.
The committee is also delighted to announce that there will be an outdoor crib in the garden this year for all to visit, enjoy and reflect on the true meaning of Christmas.
Rathnure drive-in bingo is back on Tuesday nights at 7 p.m., with gates opening at 6 p.m.
There is up to €2,950 in prizes, with the snowball standing at €800 in 52 calls.
It’s a great night out and all for a great cause.
Collection for people in need
There will be a collection for Wexford People Helping People and Wexford Women’s Refuge in Kiltealy village on Saturday, December 4.
It will coincide with the turning on of the Christmas lights in the village. People from the community will be able to donate any of the following items: store cupboard ingredients; dried goods; canned goods and toiletries for men, women and children.
Crisps and sweets will also be greatly appreciated, with everyone in the community is being encouraged to support the collection in whatever way the can because of the worthy causes.
Anyone who can’t make it that night, but would like to support the initiative, can leave their items with John Murphy at Mohurry Mills and all help and support is very much appreciated.
There was a great attendance at the Foróige club in Boolavogue on Friday, November 5, with almost 25 members in attendance.
The junior members meet from 6.45 p.m. until 7.45 p.m., while the seniors meet from 8 p.m. until 9 p.m.
New members are always welcome and can just drop into the hall on Friday at the relevant time to join.
The ‘Scenes from Kiltealy’ calendars are on sale in Bowe’s shop and Mohurry Mills, priced €10.
The local committee is very appreciative of Shane O’Neill for all his hard work in putting the calendar together.
All proceeds from the calendar go towards the Christmas lights, the outdoor crib and other projects in the village.
Galbally Sports and Leisure Club is looking for some help from people within the community who would like to show off their culinary skills.
The club is looking for people to provide cakes or scones to sell at its Christmas Craft Fair on Saturday and Sunday, December 4 and 5.
All enquiries to Dawn at 087 8306206 or any committee member.
The Enniscorthy Country Market is in operation in the IFA Centre, Mill Park Road, every Friday morning from 8.30 a.m. to 12 noon.
The market offers the very best garden produce, including vegetables and eggs, along with a wide range of home-baking products.
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Glenbrien Baby and Toddler Group has resumed gathering every Tuesday in Glenbrien Old School Centre from 9.15 a.m. to 10.45 a.m.
This is an opportunity for young children and their carers such as parents, grandparents and childminders to meet.
For more information, contact Ana Egan (086 1939997) or Anne Marie O’Connor (087 2973324).
The organisers of the group are looking forward to everyone meeting up for a cuppa and a chat.
A swap library is now open in the entrance hallway of Bree Hall.
Users are very much encouraged to take a book or leave for others to enjoy.
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Galbally Badminton Club invites new members to come and play every Tuesday and Thursday at 8 p.m. in the newly refurbished hall.
Everyone is welcome to play, meet up and have some fun.
To find out more contact 087 8306206 or any committee member.
Covid passports must be presented.
Caim Men’s Shed
Caim Men’s Shed is open every Thursday night from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
For more details, contact Paddy at 087 6341532 or 053 9255647.
Island Hunt AGM
The Island Hunt AGM will take place on Tuesday, December 7, at 8 p.m. in Ferns Community Centre, Y21 VW29.
Knit and stitch
Due to the rising numbers of Covid cases, and for the safety of all concerned, the organisers of the Knit and Stitch and crochet group in Caim have decided to cancel the group sessions until further notice.