Featured Posts

AUTUMN HUES:










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 Ambulance Service, Bolton. This involved huge upheaval for herself and the family but with their support she completed her
service and finally graduated on 26th August this year. Congratulations and well done Lorraine on your achievements. Lorranie's favourite quote - " Set your goals high, and don't stop till you get there ", Bo Jackson.
UPCOMING EVENTS:
Sun 5th: 11am - 3.30pm: Urban Co-Op Shop, 8 Eastway Bus. Park. The monthly Food & Craft Fair celebrates the best of local craft, artisan food, organic coffee and treats.
Sun 5th: 2pm - 6pm: Rathkeale Greenway Fun Day. The free celebration in the park next to the historic Augustinian Abbey will feature music, food, games, competitions, spot prizes, as well as a market. Proceeds will be donated to the Butterfly Club.
BRUFF FEST:
This September marks the 50th birthday of Dolores O’Riordan and the Limerick town of Bruff is hosting "Young Dreams", a weekend festival to remember Limerick’s much-loved artist.
Young Dreams features a series of music workshops for children and a showcase for young artists aged 18-25.
Opening of Children’s Art Exhibition - Saturday 4th September at 2pm.
Based on work created through outdoor workshops over the summer, an exhibition of visual art, created by local young people, will be unveiled in shop windows along the main street of Bruff. The exhibition continues for the month of September. Singer Songwriter Showcase Online Event, Sunday 5th September at 3pm, which will be streamed on www.lcyp.ie.
DRUM RESPITE:
Great credit is due to the management committee and volunteers who originally came up with the idea of providing local, affordable and short-term care for individuals and their families. The Respite Centre had to remain locked down for the duration of the pandemic unfortunately. The Centre has since undergone a total transformation and as a result will be re-opening on Wed 22nd Sept. Best of luck to all involved in providing such an invaluable service.
DID YOU KNOW:
30th Aug,195;- First Mini goes on sale in Britain for £497.
31st Aug,1997;- Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed are killed in a car crash in Paris.
1st Sept, 1900;- Cumann na nGael founded by Arthur Griffith, in order to promote a buy Irish campaign.
2nd Sept, 1982; - Rolling Stone, Keith Richard's house burns down.
3rd Sept, 1965; - Rolling Stone concert at the Adelphi, in Dublin, halts after 12 minutes, due to riot.
4th Sept, 1998;- First ever "Who wants to be a Millionaire?" hosted by Chris Tarrant debuts on ITV.