Adamstown: Beauty and the Beast - Coláiste Abbáin students will perform Beauty and the Beast as this year's Pantomime production in the college from Wednesday, January 29, to Friday, January 31, at 7.30pm each night.
Clonard: Clonard lotto - Results for Wednesday, January 15: winning numbers 4, 22, 27 and 28. No jackpot winner. Five match-three winners receive €130 each: Maurice Tennant; Larry O'Neill; Grainne Power; Mary Thomas, and Mr Billy Meaghar.
Over the Water: Pilates - A pilates class commenced in Blackwater community centre today, Tuesday, January 21, at 11.30am and the next class will take place on Thursday at 8.15pm. These will continue for the foreseeable future every Tuesday and Thursday.
Ballymurn: Ferrycarrig Five - We would like to thank everyone who participated in the annual Ferrycarrig Five Mile road race, we were delighted with the huge turnout of runners and walkers from all around the county and beyond.
Kilmore: Ballycogley Players - The group is busy rehearsing and preparing for their upcoming performances in the Jerome Hynes Theatre February 14 to February 16 and on the Drama Circuit with their festival play Dreamland by Jim Nolan.
Clongeen: Memorial Pool Competition - Congratulations to Séamus Bennett, who has just become the winner of the 24th year of the Michael 'Handball' Whelan pool competition that was held in the Oak Tree on New Years day.
Ballymore-Mayglass: Ballycogley Bingo - Ballycogley Bingo has taken a two-week break for Christmas. Bingo will return to the hall on Sunday, January 5, at 7.30pm with 10 games of bingo, higher/lower and spin the wheel as well as the jackpot game which now stands at €300.
Ballymurn: Christmas Fair - Thanks to everyone that supported the Transition Year Christmas Fair. It gave young people a chance to showcase their skills. Proceeds from the Christmas wreaths and Table centres went to St Vincent de Paul.
Adamstown: Cards - The weekly '30' Card Game continues in the community centre this Friday, December 27, at 9 p.m. There will be no catering on the night. Thanks to the ladies for the tea last week. Proceeds going to parish funds.
Wexford Borough Council are to write to the Irish Heritage Trust in a bid to get them to review admission prices at Johnstown Castle. Following on from some major work done at the historic Wexford landmark, significant price increases followed, generating an air of discontent among regular patrons.
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