RESULTS: Wishing all students who are expecting their results on the 3rd, the very best of luck. GRADUATION: No matter what leaving cert results you get, there are many opportunities available and it's possible to begin studies when the time is right for you. Lorraine Fitzgibbon decided to follow her dream and began her Paramedic Studies in University of Limerick in 2016. She then began working with the NHS in the UK as an Emergency Medical Technician, at North West Ambulan
Important General Meeting for anyone interested in Knockfierna Hill. The commonage and Knockfierna Hill is a fantastic amenity for everyone to enjoy. A lot of work has been done, but more needs to be done to improve the amenity. We welcome everyone to come along, past and present members and new members to have an input for decisions for the future. Openness, Transparency and accountability are vital for a community based organisation who will be applying for grants from gove
OPEN INVITE: Friday 20th Aug: 12pm - 3pm. Family Fun Day - getting to know the Glasha river. Reminding all local families to give a call to see the Maigue Rivers Trust display which will be set up outside the school. All our rivers are precious resources and need to be looked after. Joining representatives of the Trust on the day, will be members of the Inland Fisheries and Teagasc's ASSAP advisor, Padraig Fitzgerald. For the children there will be a nature walk, n
POP-UPs Saturday 14th Aug, 10am to 2pm, at the Library Plaza. Charleville Heritage Society are hosting an Outdoor pop-Up Museum. They will have lots of displays including - 3th Century 3D Norman local moated site, 3D Forge from the 1800's, 3D Former Presidents Cottage of Eamon De Valera and The Turretts Cottages Charleville 1800's. Photos of Charleville the Laurence Collection by photographer Robert French taken between 1900 and 1912. Photos taken by local photographer Mi
CHOMHBHRÓN: On Sunday July 25th, we lost two of our neighbours to the awful disease of cancer, Joe O'Brien and Mairéad Cagney(nee Treacy). The date was one of a few coincidences between the two families - schooled in Granagh, both from big families, their mothers ( Bridget & Peg) were very good friends, Joe's sister Maureen was Mairéad's godmother and they both had moved to make their home in Castletown. Joe was well known, a great character with a great sense of humour.