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Niamh Hartigan receives first prize from Donal O'Grady, Limerick Selector
Niamh Hartigan receives first prize from Donal O'Grady, Limerick Selector

The parents association held a fundraiser "Munster Hurling Championship Prediction". The kids had to sell tickets to extended family and beyond. There was a prize for the child that sold the most tickets

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This group sold in excess of 10 tickets each
This group sold in excess of 10 tickets each

Back L-R Cian O'Brien, James Condon Front L_R Adam Clancy, Alicia Kiely, Kate Callaghan & Sadie Hanrahan

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Fergal Hanly, Fr. Tom & Mark O'Shea.
Fergal Hanly, Fr. Tom & Mark O'Shea.

To mark the Season of Creation, Sept '21, an Oak tree was planted by Mark O'Shea, in the Church grounds.

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Niamh Hartigan receives first prize from Donal O'Grady, Limerick Selector
Niamh Hartigan receives first prize from Donal O'Grady, Limerick Selector

The parents association held a fundraiser "Munster Hurling Championship Prediction". The kids had to sell tickets to extended family and beyond. There was a prize for the child that sold the most tickets

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Granagh is a small village just off the N20, heading south out of Croom.  Please take some time to discover something about our community by exploring our site.   If you would like to contact us, you will find our details on the Contact page.

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  'MESSY PLAY' WORKSHOPS:
Granagh Development are delighted to welcome Louise Casey from “Na Seasur” Play Workshops.   
Boys and girls from 5 months to 5 years will enjoy this fun interactive workshop.      Messy play is beneficial for any sensory issues and helps with speech, language, role playing, social development & making new friends.
It also a great chance for parents of this age group to meet up and enjoy a chat. 

Our Taster sessions were sold out BUT there are still a few places for the June Camp.

This will be held on Wednesdays 10am - 11am, in the Hall, €7 per session. 

We have added a second session from   1-2pm also.
Bookings can be made on this link - bookings@class4kids.co.uk or contact Louise for further info on 087-4382453, or

sensoryworkshops@gmail.com

  OPEN DAY Sunday 19th June:

  Lady Harrington will open her Gardens       in aid of Kilpeacon Church & Granagh       Dev Assoc.   

   Enjoy a stroll around  the Glebe                        flower & vegetable gardens and               have your Afternoon Tea in the                                  Courtyard. 

    Plant Sale on the day also.

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LISKENNETT  WOOD,  CAR PARK:

 

                 Mar 2022:   

 Barrier Opening/Closing Times                            Changed.                                    7am - 10pm.   Until further Notice.

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