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Easter Morning '18. Welcometo the newly baptised Babies.

Noonan, .O'Callaghan & Kelly Families.


Don't forget - Thursday 5th April in the Woodlands House Hotel.!!!

Granagh Ballingarry Camogie Club are hosting their fashion show with s

pecial guest Sean Óg OhAailpín who will be joined by Donal O'Grady, Sarah Carey and many more.


​The next class will be held on Sunday 8th April, at 11am in the Community Centre. I see a company in the UK advertising, to

help clients manage and prevent back pain by following five simple S.T.E.P.S.- Stretch, Therapy, Exercise, Posture, Strengthen. Yoga in itself is a therapy and provides the exercise, which includes, stretching, strengthening and improving your posture. You can have that here in Granagh, at a much reduced cost !!!


​Congratulations to ​Granagh Youth club Performers who came home with the Winning Trophies ​from​

L.I.T on Sunday ​25th March after performing at Limericks​'​ Youth Factor​, run by Limerick Youth Service.

Drama group​ members - Ian Sheehy, Zach Hayes, Darragh O'Shea, Sean O'Gorman​ &​ Diarmuid Flynn, ​were d​irected by Dermot Flynn ​​ sketch was​​ The​y were directed by Mary Houlihab​ The Club & Leaders are


Well done to everyone who came out Good Friday and did their bit for TLC. Many thanks to Seamus and Janice who provided free tea/coffee & buns for the volunteers.


Millennium Centre, Caherconlish​: - Wednesday 11th April. Caherconlish/Caherline Sustainable Energy Community invite you to an energy information event ​, ​starting at 6pm. This is the culmination of the community’s work to date as part of the Sustainable Energy Communities initiative, supported locally by Ballyhoura Development​​. From 6pm to 8pm, there will be demonstrations and information on domestic and commercial energy saving equipment as well as test drives in electric cars.

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There will also be information on big energy savings to enhance your home comfort with grants up to 90% from SEAI; increase the value of your home, farm or business; energy upgrades available for schools, churches, clubs and community buildings. ​ ​

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​This year St. Joseph's Spring Fair takes place on Sunday 29th April at 1.30pm at the Baker's rd campus. The services that St. Joseph's provide are now, more than ever, dependent on voluntary fundraising due to HSE cut-backs. The range of services that they provide, to help people with disabilities live the life of their choice, to their fullest potential has grown so much over the years, that it now caters for people from birth to death.

They provide a Pre-School service, primary & secondary education in the Holy Family School. Adults can then choose to work in various sections - the Workshop, Craft Dept, Print Dept, the Garden Centre, the Canteen, Ceramics and The Forge Coffee Shop. When they wish to retire, there are two retirement homes available. St. Josephs provide a range of residential accommodation for adults ( e.g. Morenane reisidence) and children, respite care and short family-based breaks. They also provide a range of services to support families e.g. psychologists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech and language therapists and a music therapist. You can just imagine the costs involved running this service and why they need to fundraise. Your support is always very much appreciated.

​The Book, ' To Care ' telling the story of the Foundation - is now on sale in Charleville shops & St. Josephs', only €10.​


​Good crowds at the ceremonies again this year. On a beautiful Easter Sunday morning we welcomed the babies who were baptised, the Noonan, O'Callaghan and Kelly families were present with one family unable to make it. The Church was beautifully decorated with lots of Daffodils and Hyacinths, it was so uplifting. The Easter garden is still on display and the school children added their beautiful butterfly design to the cross. Well done to everyone who contributed. Photos will be added to the web


Thur 5th Apr: Camogie Club Fashion Show, Woodlands.

Fri 6th : Castletown/Ballyagran - 'Strictly at the Movies', Charleville Park.

Sat 7th : April Market, People's Hall, Kilmallock. 11am.

Wed 11th Give Blood at Castletroy Park Hotel, 5pm - 7.30pm.

Thur 12th - 14th: Éigse Michael Hartnett, N.C. West.

Sun 15th : Newcastle West Car Boot Sale.

Tue 17th: Give Blood at South Court, 5pm - 8pm.

Wed 25th: Give Blood at Rathkeale House Hotel, 5pm - 8pm.

Thur 26th - 28th: Limk Musical Soc present 'Jesus Christ Superstar' in the Lime Tree.

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