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" A wet & windy May, fills the Haggards with Corn & Hay".


Last Sunday, we remembered the anniversaries of Peggy & Tom Treacy and their daughter Mairéad and also Pauline Sheehan. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a nAnamnacha dilís.

Thought for the Week: Be grateful, Be positive - Life is too short to always be worried.


Reminder for Tuesday 21st May at 8.00pm, in the Community Centre, regarding the future of the Parochial House. Everyone has an opinion on the pros and cons of selling, buying or leasing this property and the committee wants to hear these views, both positive and negative.

The questions to be answered on the night are as follows:-

(1) Should we give the diocese the go-ahead to sell the property on the open market.?

(2) Should the parish purchase the property outright from the diocese and look at ways to develop the house and grounds to benefit present and future generations.?

3) Should we ask Limerick County Council to purchase the property and lease it back to Granagh Parish.?

Your parish, your decision. If it is to be sold, so be it - when it's Gone it's Gone.


They are looking for donations of saleable second-hand goods for the bric-a-brac stall and other stalls like: clothes (no underwear), jewellery, handbags, shoes, soft toys, books, cds, dvds, household goods ornaments, etc.

Donations NOT accepted are: duvets, pillows, mattresses, electrical goods and broken items. Items can be dropped off at Rathfredagh Cheshire Home.


Sat 18th Broadford Community Hall, from 9.45am - 5pm.

Relax and enjoy a pleasant day in the company of Éanna ní Lamhna of RTE and Carl Wright renowned plantsman along with local experts Maurice Cremin, Jim McNamara and others. Chats about Compost, Planting Summer Pots, Biodiversity, Flower Arranging & Vegetables in pots. Refreshments will be available. Book on

Sunday 19th May from 2.30pm - 3.30pm, A Guided Biodiversity Walk will take place in Newcastle West Demesne, meeting at the car park near the playground.


12th May, 1999 - Hillary Clinton becomes the first woman to be granted the Freedom of Galway.

13th May, 1938 - "When the Saints Go Marching In" recorded by Louis Armstrong .

14th May,1878 - Vaseline is granted a patent in the U.S.

15th May,1990 - The Church of Ireland votes for women priests.

16th May, 587 - St. Brendan the Navigator, early transatlantic voyager, died.

17th May,1911 - Birth in Roscommon of actress Maureen O'Sullivan Boyle, who is remembered for her role as Jane, opposite Johnny Weissmuller's Tarzan.

18th May,1939 - The first aircraft lands at the newly opened Rineanna Airfield which is later to become Shannon International Airport.


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