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REMEMBERING OUR DECEASED IN NOVEMBER:









CHURCH NEWS:

Thought for the Week: The Idea, that some lives matter Less, is the Root of all that is wrong in the World.

November Masses: Wed 1st, All Saints;- Ballingarry 10am & Granagh 7pm.

Thur 2nd All Souls;- Ballingarry 10am & Granagh 7pm.

Sat 4th, Ballingarry Remembrance Mass 7pm.

Sun 5th, Granagh Remembrance Mass 7pm ( No Morning Mass).

Rosary in the Graveyards each Sunday in November; 3pm in Seanabhotha and 3.15pm in Granagh.


CONCERN COLLECTION:

Friday 3rd Nov at O'Gradys and on Sunday 5th before 7pm Mass in Granagh, the annual collection for

Concern will take place. Every cent collected is more than appreciated. More info www.concern.net


DEFIB MEETING:

Mon 6th Nov, Ballingarry GAA complex at 8pm. Calling on all sports clubs, community organisations and interested members of the Granagh Ballingarry community, regarding a very important meeting of the defibrillator group . We urgently need new members and encourage you to please attend the meeting. Please spread the word to your friends and family members. All are welcome.


COURSES - B.HOURA DEV

Thur 9th Nov, 10.30 a.m.–1 p.m. A 6-week woodcraft course starting in the Further Education and Training Centre in Kilmallock. In this course, is an introduction to the materials, tools, and techniques involved in basic woodcraft. You can register and find out more information at this link: Woodcraft (ballyhouradevelopment.com).

Thur 9th Nov, Deebert Hse, 7pm, 'Cultural Heritage and Me' is a workshop that will focus on how you can explore your community’s cultural heritage. There will be an opportunity to learn about techniques such as digital storytelling and culture mapping. More information about the course is available at this link: Cultural Heritage and Me (ballyhouradevelopment.com)

Mon 13th Nov, 'It's Only Water'. A family-friendly science show that will be in the Friars Gate Theatre, part of Science Week 2023. More information is available on this link: It's Only Water! (ballyhouradevelopment.com).

Tue 14th Nov, Deebert Hse. ''Live a Greener Life Style In Small Steps'' is a workshop that will focus on how you can make small changes to your lifestyle to make it more sustainable. You can find out more information about this workshop at this link: Live a Greener Lifestyle in Small Steps! (ballyhouradevelopment.com).


G/B CAMOGIE CLUB:

Fri 10th Nov, Ballingarry Clubhouse, 8pm. Club AGM will be held, all are welcome to attend.


GIVE BLOOD:

13th, 14th, 15th Nov, Colaiste Iosaef Kilmallock. Appointments available, please call 1800 222 111 to book.


WHAT's ON:

Fri 3rd. Nov, Desmond Complex, 8pm. Film club presents “Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom”.

Sun 5th Nov, Charleville Showgrounds. Monster Autojumble & Dog Show.

Fri 10th Nov, closing date for Shoebox Drop Offs.

Wed 15th Nov, Omniplex at the Crescent, new documentary film '100 Years Of Change'.

The film, by a lady in her one hundredth year, tells about old agricultural methods, days before electricity, first family car, going places by pony and trap and more.

Sun 19th Nov, Croom Sports Complex, 12pm-4pm. Christmas Craft Market.

Sun 26th Nov, Friars Gate, 8pm; The Music of the Drifters'.


DID YOU KNOW:

It’s SCARY the amount of batteries that don’t get recycled! The equivalent of 60 million AA batteries are sold in Ireland every year and frighteningly, many of these end up in landfill, wasting the precious resources within them.

Be a bright spark & support Batteries for Barretstown by recycling your batteries this Halloween.

It’s SCARY the amount of mobile phones that don’t get recycled! The equivalent of 6 billion mobile phones are in use worldwide and over 5 million will become waste by the end of this year alone. Frighteningly, only a small part will be recycled. The recycling of electronic waste not only saves valuable natural resources, but also reduces the environmental harm of e-waste. Be a bright spark & recycle.


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