Ballymore-Mayglass: Sarah wins baking competition - Congratulations to Sarah Brennan on winning the baking competition on the radio station Beat FM Sarah made a beautiful cake in the likeness of the cookie monster from Sesame Street and decorated with its seems many cookies. The judges in Beat FM received hundreds of entries and after careful consideration awarded Sarah the first prize which was a voucher for Joyces Homestore.
Bannow-Ballymitty: Grantstown Community Village - Grantstown Community Village is still doing what we do best, caring for our cocooned residents in our sheltered houses and the local community. Our Nurse and carer are starting an 'exercise for fun' session with the cocooned residents with them standing in their doorways on Thursdays and a Zoom chat/craft/communications meeting with our residents that use the internet on Wednesdays to help keep our residents safe and active physically and mentally.
It wasn't quite what Tom and Annette O'Hara had envisaged when they began planning their 50th wedding anniversary, but, given the unique circumstances we are living in, a video chat with their children and granchildren was the perfect way to celebrate this milestone in their lives.
Ballymore-Mayglass: Writing competition - Write By the Sea Literary Festival 2020, Kilmore Quay, invites all budding and established writers to enter its Writing Competition in any or all of three categories: Short Story, Memoir and Poetry.
Coolgreany: Community Alert - For the benefit of everyone in our community, we have put together a small team of volunteers who are more than willing to help anyone who may need messages or prescriptions to be picked up and delivered to their homes, or in any other way that is necessary.
Adamstown: Dr O'Donovan, Adamstown - During the last month of the Covid 19 crisis, we have had to make a number of changes in the Practice. A note of appreciation to all our patients for their support during this time.
Adamstown: Social Welfare Payments - Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection payments due for collection on Thursday, April 9, may be collected from Wednesday, April 8. Payments due for collection on Friday and Monday, April 10, and 13, can now be collected from Thursday, April 9.
Ballymore-Mayglass: Collections Postponed - Both the Daffodil Day and Wexford Mental Health Association collections were postponed due to the Covid 19 but you may still donate to either. To support Daffodil Day you can text Daffodil to 50300 for a €4 donation. Log on to mentalhealthireland.ie/get-involved/donate to support the Wexford Mental Health Association.
Ballymore-Mayglass: Parish Church Notice - Due to the Covid virus restrictions, there will be no weekend or weekday Masses in the parish till further notice. However, the churches will be open during the day for anyone who wishes to spend some time in prayer. RTÉ News Now broadcasts Mass each day at 10.30 a.m.
Adamstown: Alone - The charity Alone in collaboration with the Department of Health and the HSE have launched a Covid -19 support line for older people. The outbreak of Covid-19 will pose additional challenges for older people who may already be vulnerable and particularly those who struggle with health difficulties, loneliness, and other issues," Contact Alone on 0818 222 024 if you have concerns about your own wellbeing, or the wellbeing of an older person you know. Further information can be found on www.alone.ie
Askamore: Message from parish priest Fr Joe Power - Masses in Askamore and Kilrush Churches continue to be postponed due to the Covid-19 crisis. However, both churches are open for private prayer as normal. For anyone who wishes: Mass is celebrated daily on RTÉ News Now at 10.30 a.m.
Ballygarrett: Local Notes New email address - If you have any items to be included in the Ballygarrett notes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org before 5 p.m. on Thursday or phone 087 7433684.
Bannow-Ballymitty: Corona virus - Due to the Corona virus all activities have been cancelled so hence very little notes. Please keep safe and keep your distance and wash your hands to try and keep it from spreading.
Ballymore-Mayglass: COIN COLLECTION - All households will be contacted in the near future, hoping to collect coins to help the re-build of the stage area in our community hall in Ballycogley. All coins appreciated from 1cent up. The coins will be collected or alternatively can be dropped to the Half Way or Bolgers in Ballycogley or the Merry Elf in Killinick. Why not use the opportunity as part of the annual spring clean.
Boolavogue: GAA Walking Track - With all training, games and competitions suspended till March 29, in response to the Covid-19 pandemic Monageer-Boolavogue GAA Club has received up to date information from the GAA regarding insurance. The club's walking track remains open but all buildings, including he gym must remain closed.
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