ASH WEDNESDAY: A traditional day of Fast & Abstinence. Mass in Granagh at 9.00am and in Ballingarry at 7.00pm. A Day in the Life: Thur 27th Feb, 3.30pm. An exhibition of photographs by a group of girls from the Rathkeale Youth Space will take place in The Rathkeale Arts Centre, upstairs in the Rathkeale Library Building. The event will be officiated by Dr. Sindy Joyce. PARISH MEETING: Tue 3rd March, 7.30pm, Community Centre. As a result of Fr. Dan's upcoming retirement, the parish will not have a resident priest after July. The Baptisms, Communions, Weddings and Funerals etc will in future be provided by a visiting priest from one of the parishes in our Pastoral Unit. But w

Will We Have a Government ??

Mairéad Chawke in her 98th year voting in this historic election. She has voted in every election since her first in 1943. GRANAGH UTD: Friday 27th Mar: The Club are organising a fundraising Race Night at the Rock Bar. Contact any member to get your horse & jockey. Please support if you can, it is vital to keeping the club in finances, as costs continue to rise. You can choose to buy a horse & own him for only €20 or for a business you can take out half/full page adverts. LITERARY FESTIVAL: Friday 21st to Sunday 23rd February: The Limerick Literary Festival, formerly known as Kate O'Brien Weekend, is this year celebrating its 36th edition. The event continues to honour the lif

Granagh's First T.D.

COMHGHAIRDEAS: Congratulations to Richard O'Donoghue on being elected County Limerick's first Independent TD. It was a tough campaign, many hours spent travelling all over the county, meeting as many people as possible. His hard work has paid off and we wish him the very best of luck in his new role. GIVE BLOOD: Wednesday 12th: Woodlands House Hotel. 5pm - 8pm. Monday 24th: Southcourt Hotel. 5pm - 8pm. GRANAGH UTD: Thursday 13th Feb. The Club AGM will be held in the Granagh Community Centre at 8pm. All existing and new members are welcome to attend. LADIES FOOTBALL: Friday 14th Feb: Granagh Ballingarry Ladies Football club are holding our registration night for U6’s, U8’s, U

All Good after the 13th Production....

We wont see these Faces for another Year....!!!!!!! GRANAGH PLAYERS: What a brilliant run we had over the last two weekends, once again, director Jimmy Sheehy chose a winner for our thirteenth production. 'The Government Inspector' went down a treat with audiences. For a play that was written in 1836, it is amazing how topical it was, especially in the run-up to the weekend elections. Richard O'Donoghue called in, after a long day canvassing and the only 'brown envelope' produced was a donation towards the raffle. Again, this year, we were astounded by the generosity of our raffle sponsors - sincere thanks to each and every one . Our lucky audience members were treated to at l

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