Granagh Community

 

Welcome to the Granagh Community website

 

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.

Local  Announcements:

 

MASSES  RETURN:  


After such a long time, Masses will be celebrated in our Churches again, beginning next week. The programme of Masses will be as follows;- Ballingarry - Tuesdays, Wednesdays 10am, Vigil Mass Saturdays at 7pm, ( beginning 11th, 12th & 15th May).   

Granagh - Thursdays, Fridays 10am and Sundays 10.30am, (beginning 13th, 14th, 16th May).
Thanks to everyone for returning their Trocaire boxes and the parish envelopes, it is very much appreciated.
From 11th May, you can call into the sacristy to book anniversary and month's mind masses.
1st May was the Feast day of St. Joseph the worker, a day to remember all those who have been working on the frontlines, through the pandemic, to keep us safe and who have contributed more than we will ever know.

 

HAPPY 86th BIRTHDAY

WISHES to  Mrs.Mary Lynch, Knockfierna. 

HAPPY  Roundy Birthday to Tom Noonan  & his daughter Caitriona for 1st May.

Also best wishes to Neily Brosnan & Marian Sheehy for their birthdays.

 

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New Article - Granagh SEC Page

Jan 2021

Parish Energy Master Plan

Baseline Energy Report.

Watch the Granagh Players 2010 performance of John B. Keane's

"The Field"  Here

"COVID HELPLINE:"

Support helpline is still in operation from     9am - 5pm,   Monday to Friday, on                                      1800 - 832 - 005

"ALONE " The support line is open seven days a day from 8am to 8pm by calling 0818 - 222 - 024.

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Back l-r: Fergal, Colm & Denis. Front l-r: Caitriona, Tom, Marian & Orla.