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Local News 2009

Welcome to the Mayo Abbey local news for 2009 on www.mayogaels.com .
From time to time we will keep you informed on local happenings.
Notes are compiled by Paddy Gibbons. 094 93 65 987 or mayoabbey@eircom.net

Mayo Abbey Local News 16-Dec-09

NATIONAL SCHOOL CHILDREN PRODUCE CHRISTMAS CARDS AND CALENDAR.
The pupils of Mayo Abbey National School are very busy at present, while coping with their school lessons they put their art & drawing classes to practical use by producing a calendar and Christmas cards. Both are on sale locally and in the resource centre. The calendar is very colourful with pictures drawn in crayon and pencil with the names of the artists on each month. 47 children are featured in the calendar and all the children are pictured at the end. This is a souvenir that no doubt will be sent to all the relations, especially grannies and granddads. The Christmas card features a mini drawing by each of the 47 pupils. Children who took part are; Adam Oates, Aileen Ruane, Alan Walsh, Aoife Brennan, Aoife Duggan, Ben Dawson, Caoimhe Mannion, Clara Gilroy-Kenna, Colin Ruane, Colum Morley, Colum Prendergast, Conor McNamara, Daniel Quinn-Monaghan, David Sloyan, David Quinn, Dean Cunnane, Eoin Duggan, Hannah Scahill, Holly Barrett, Jack Dawson, Jack Fallon, James Gilmore, Jarlath Judge, Jason Healy, Jennifer Ruane, Jessica Scahill, Kevin Kenna, Laura Brennan, Leah Nestor, Liamy Rushe, Martha Solan, Max Gilmore, Michaela Forde, Molly Allen, Molly Quinn-Monaghan, Niamh Mannion, Oscar Seville-Leech, Pierce Gilmore, Rachel Prendergast, Ryan Killeen, Sarah Mannion, Scott Cunnane, Sean Carney, Shane Dixon, Shannon Roughneen, Shauna Walsh, Sylvester Ruane.
Thanks to their teachers and assistants who are keeping up the high standards set by the school. Overseeing and helping when necessary were, Principle, Miriam Quinn, teachers, Geraldine Glynn, Michelle Tuohy, Eilis Clarke, secretary, Carmel Flynn, special need assistants, Marion Nally and Lorraine Cawley, part-time resource teacher, Angie Munks. You can see the school in all its glory on www.mayoabbeyns.com.

LOCAL PLAYERS WIN ANNUAL CARD GAME
The Mayo Abbey annual 25-drive kept up its reputation again this year as one of the leading games in the region with its usual supply of spots as well as the main prizes.
First prize was won by Willie Fitzgerald and Agnes Mellett. Second was divided between two cards, Pat Ward and Eileen Burke, and Seamus Hughes and Sean Vahey. Last 10 was shared by three cards, Martin McDonnell and Mary Doherty, Tom and Patsy Flatley and Jim Malone and Phil White. Spot prizes were won by Brendan Burke and Declan Hughes, Martin McDonnell and Mary Doherty, Johnny Egan and Bernard Fallon, Jim Doherty and Michael Carney, Willie Duggan and Imelda Duggan, Seamus Kearns and T.J. Gilligan, Tom Ansboro and Mary Ansboro, Winnie Tunney and Ger McGreal, Teresa McDonagh and John McGurrin. Raffle prizes were won by Pat Flatley, Mary Ann Sheridan, Evelyn Coffee, Judy Clarke, Tomas Solan, Jim Corley, Pat Griffith, Maura Grant, Kitty McGreal, Peter Glynn, Bernard McDonagh, Gerry Varley, Martin McDonnell, Tom Heneghan, Michael Ansboro, Pat Killgallon.
The organising committee thank all who attended, all who sponsored prizes, those who sought sponsorship and of course all who supported on the night.

VOLUNTEERS
Volunteers are needed to carry out a bucket collection on St Stephens’s night in local towns in aid of Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation. Organised by the Facefield support group, this collection is well known as it has been going on for many years and has proved very worthwhile for the charity. This year they are looking for new people to help. Anyone interested in taking part can contact Mary 094 93 65 180.

HOSPICE CARDS
The Facefield branch of Mayo / Roscommon Hospice have Hospice Christmas cards on sale in Mayo Abbey Resource centre, or from Mary at 094 93 65 180. Cards are only €5 for a pack of 10.

SHINE A LIGHT
‘Let Love Shine a Light’ cards are available in Mayo Abbey centre at €5 each. You are invited to sponsor a Christmas light for a friend, a family member or in memory of a loved on. All names are entered in a Book of Remembrance for the Special Ecumenical Service in Knock on the third Sunday in January.

XMASS CARDS
Anyone buying cards for local charities are asked to buy them from local shops or sellers as it has been confirmed in a survey that the large multinational stores only give 10 percent to the charitable organisation. This means that if you purchase a pack of Christmas cards for €7 only 70-cent goes to charity. Local sellers return all monies to the charity. So it is important that to give your full support to charities you should know how much of your money is supporting that charity.

G.A.A DINNER
Mayo Gaels G.A.A club dinner dance takes place in the McWilliam Park Hotel, Claremorris on Tuesday December 29th . Tickets €30 available from club officers.

JACKPOT €19,200
Mayo Gaels G.A.A club lotto jackpot is now at €19,200. Results from lotto draw Mon December 14 in the Rendezvous bar, Balla. House draw: Michael Chambers and Paul Murtagh. Numbers: 18, 22, 30, 32. Wilson family, Ballinlough had three-numbers and enter the end of year draw.
€30 winners Joe Frainey, Facefield, James and Teresa Moran, Brize, Patricia Plunkett, Moorehall, Peter Tuohy, Newbrook, Andrew Quinn, Mayo Abbey. You can now buy tickets on-line at www.mayogaels.com or you can buy an annual ticket from the local sellers.

TRAINING
St. Colman’s training centre, Mayo Abbey are now taking names for two horticulture course starting in the new year. A horticulture level 4 course, starts on January 29th. Cost €500. A horticulture course Level 3 course, stating on February 2nd . Cost €400.

YOGA
Yoga Classes will commence in Mayo Abbey centre on Wednesday evenings starting in January. Fee is €72 for 6 sessions or €14 per session.


ANNUAL 25 DRIVE THIS FRIDAY NIGHT
This Friday night Dec 11 sees the Mayo Abbey Community Council Annual card game (partners), which takes place in the Bishop O’Healy Centre, Mayo Abbey. Doors open 8-30 p.m. Game starts at 9-00 p.m. Prize money of €500 plus spots galore on the night. 1st prize €200. 2nd €150. 3rd €100. Best of last ten, €50. Adm. €7.
This is one of the leading games in the run up to Christmas. The funds raised go to the running of the community council, which now provided many services to the community.

FÁS VACANCY
Mayo Abbey Community Employment scheme has a vacancy for a childcare worker in Abbey Tots childcare centre, Mayo Abbey. Further information from the Supervisor 094 93 65 735, or FÁS office, Castlebar.
If you are accepted for the post, you will be required to complete a Garda vetting process.

G.A.A DINNER
Mayo Gaels G.A.A club dinner dance takes place in the McWilliam Park Hotel, Claremorris on Tuesday December 29th . Tickets €30 available from club officers.

TRAINING
St. Colman’s training centre, Mayo Abbey has a number of courses in the new year.
A horticulture level 4 course, starting on January 29th. Cost €500.
A horticulture course Level 3 course, stating on February 2nd . Cost €400.

YOGA
Yoga Classes will commence in Mayo Abbey centre on Wednesday evenings starting in January. Fe is €72 for 6 sessions or €14 per session.


DRAW PRIZES STAY LOCAL
Another successful Mayo Abbey development draw has passed. This year the prizes were won by local punters. Neighbours Joe O’Brien and Tom Donoghue won first and second. Even with the recession ticket sales were up on last year. The committee thank the sellers who have put in such dedication through the past nine years and the sponsors who have supported.
The full list of winners is; 1st ,€2,000, Joe O’Brien, Brownhall, . Seller Joe O’Brien ( €100 voucher from Malachy Byrne). 2nd €1,000, Tom Donoghue, Ardcorkey. , Seller Tom Donoghue, (€50 voucher from Malachy Byrne). 3rd € 500 Tom Monaghan, Maltpool, Seller Willie Fitzgerald, (Sunday lunch in McWilliam Park hotel). 4th €200, Leah Staunton, Manulla, Seller, Catherine Gibbons .
5th € 100 Tom Clarke, Manulla, . Seller, Pauline Wilson.
Sellers prize winners were; Seller of most books, 1st Catherine Gibbons, (2 nights B&B + one evening-meal for 2 people Slieve Russell Hotel), Sponsor Quinn Cement. 2nd Pauline Wilson, ( An Post €100 voucher). Catherine sold 13 books and six tickets, Pauline nine books and six tickets.
Every 2 books sold; 1st Dave McNulty, (Flo-Gas breakfast cooker).2nd Geraldine Joyce, (I night B&B in City West sponsored by John Daly ). 3rd Fr. Austin Fergus ( MP3 Micro Hi-Fi system), 4th , Catherine Gibbons, ( dinner for 2 in Castlecourt Hotel), 5th Willie Fitzgerald, ( Paper shredder sponsored by Office Supplies, Ballyhaddereen), 6th Kathleen Vahey, (Bottle of whiskey).
Sellers draw; Breege Walsh, (dinner for 2 in Breaffy House Hotel), Fr. Austin Fergus (Mirror, sponsored by Fireplace Madness), Dan Reilly (Paint sponsored by Heiton Buckley) Willie Fitzgerald, (Diary & Calculator sponsored by Business Supplies, Ballina.). The organising committee, Nancy Fitzgerald, Mary Jo Barrett, Martina McGing, and Paddy Gibbons thank all those who sold tickets, sought sponsorship and Malachy Byrne for holding the draw.
As sponsorship is the lifeline of the draw all parishioner are asked to support the following sponsors whenever possible. AIB Bank, Castlebar, Andrew Carney construction, Business Supplies, Ballina, Castlecourt Hotel, Coilte, Fireplace Madness, Flo-Gas, Gay Nevin Breaffy House Hotel, Griffith garage, Heiton Buckley, JK Jennings Electricians, John Daly, Joyce Oil, Malachy Byrne, Office Supplies, Ballyhaddereen, , O’Malley Roadmaking, Quinn Cement, Richard Trench tractors, Seamus Gallagher McWilliam Park Hotel, Tom Higgins Construction., So thanks to all who contributed to another successful draw.

ANNUAL 25 DRIVE THIS FRIDAY NIGHT
This Friday night Dec 11 sees the Mayo Abbey Community Council Annual card game (partners), which takes place in the Bishop O’Healy Centre, Mayo Abbey. Doors open 8-30 p.m. Game starts at 9-00 p.m. Prize money of €500 plus spots galore on the night. 1st prize €200. 2nd €150. 3rd €100. Best of last ten, €50.
Adm. €7. This is one of the leading games in the run up to Christmas. The funds raised go to the running of the community council, which now provided many services w to the community.

XMASS CARDS
Anyone buying cards for local charities are asked to buy them from local sellers or shops as it has been confirmed in a survey that the large multinational stores only give 10 percent to the charitable organisation. This means that if you purchase a pack of Christmas cards for €7 only 70cent goes to charity. Local sellers return all monies to the charity. So it is important that to give your full support to charities you should know how much of your money is supporting that charity.

HOSPICE CARDS
The Facefield branch of Mayo / Roscommon Hospice have Hospice Christmas cards on sale in Mayo Abbey Resource centre, or from Mary at 094 93 65 180. Cards are only €5 for a pack of 10.

SHINE A LIGHT
‘Let Love Shine a Light’ cards are available in Mayo Abbey centre at €5 each. You are invited to sponsor a Christmas light for a friend, a family member or in memory of a loved on. All names are entered in a Book of Remembrance for the Special Ecumenical Service in Knock on the third Sunday in January.

FÁS VACANCY
Mayo Abbey Community Employment scheme has a vacancy for a childcare worker in Abbey Tots childcare centre, Mayo Abbey. Further information from the Supervisor 094 93 65 735, or FÁS office, Castlebar.
If you are accepted for the post, you will be required to complete a Garda vetting process.

G.A.A DINNER
Mayo Gaels G.A.A club dinner dance takes place in the McWilliam Park Hotel, Claremorris on Tuesday December 29th . Tickets €30 available from club officers.

TRAINING
St. Colman’s training centre, Mayo Abbey has a number of courses in the new year. A horticulture level 4 course, starting on January 29th. Cost €500. A horticulture course Level 3 course, stating on February 2nd . Cost €400.

YOGA
Yoga classes will take place on Wednesday evenings in January. Cost €72 for 6 sessions or €14 per night.


DEVELOPMENT DRAW IN BYRNES THIS SATURDAY NIGHT
This Saturday night November 14th is the big Mayo Abbey development draw, held this year in Malachy Byrnes. This year the aim is to clear the building debt now at €15,000, down from €170,000 nine years ago. “It would be a great achievement to clear it off within ten years of the building opening and for that reason I ask sellers to ensure that all households in the parish have an opportunity to buy tickets” said draw organiser Paddy Gibbons..
Despite the recession there will be no reduction in the prize money this year. 1st prize is €2,000, 2nd, €1,000, 3rd €500, 4th, €200 and 5th €100. For those great prizes, tickets still cost only €10. So five people will be better off and when you add in a possible 10 sellers’ prizes, that makes 15 winners.
To show the committees appreciation of the great work done by sellers over the years this year there are many prizes for the sellers. The prizes for the sellers of the first three tickets, Seller of the most tickets, 1st 2 night B&B + one evening meal in the Sleibe Russell Hotel, Cavan (Sponsored by Quinn Cement). 2nd ,An Post €100 gift Voucher. Draw for those who sold two or more books (4 books = 2 entries) 1st Flo-Gas breakfast cooker. 2nd ,one night B&B in City West, Dublin, sponsored by John Daly, 3rd Dinner for 2 in Castlecourt Hotel, sponsored by Castlecourt hotel. Seller draw, prizes to be confirmed.

RÉADÓIRI
Castlebar Regional finals of the Pioneers Réadóirí take place in Mayo Abbey Centre on Sunday November 15th at 7-00p.m. Anyone from Mayo Abbey parish intending to take part should contact Paddy Gibbons or Jarlath Duggan. Events are: Figure Dancing, Junior Solo Singing, Musical Group, Junior Recitation, Senior Solo Singing, Junior Musical Solo, Junior Novelty Act, Group Disco Dancing, Senior Novelty Act, Senior Musical Solo, Senior Recitation, Group Singing, and Set Dancing.

PIONEER DINNER
The Castlebar Region Pioneer Dinner Dance takes place on November 27th in the T.F. Castlebar. Tickets €30, music by The Coasters, Tickets available from Jarlath Duggan or Mary Jo.

PARISH DINNER
The Mayo Abbey parish dinner takes place on Sunday December 6th in Mayo Abbey Resource centre. Starting at 2-00p.m.
Tickets (€25) available from Catherine Gibbons or contact the resource centre.

G.A.A DINNER
Mayo Gaels G.A.A club dinner dance takes place in the McWilliam Park Hotel, Claremorris on Tuesday December 29th .
Tickets €30 available from club officers.

DEATHS
The death has taken place of Breege Gilligan, Ballyglass P.O. Sympathy is extended to her husband, John. Son, Sean, Ballyglass, Daughters, Mary, Garryduff, Claremorris, Aine Fallon, Ballindine, Veronica Feerick, Ballinrobe, Noreen, Ballinrobe, Nuala, Ballinrobe. Sister, Aine Moylett, Castlebar.
The death took place in Ohio of Rev Tom Duggan, Brownhall, Burial took place in Mayo Abbey. Sympathy is extended to his brothers, Willie, Ballinaster, Jarlath, Cullentragh. Sister Bernie Fitzpatrick, Kilconly. Sister-in-law Mary Duggan, Brownhall and their families.
The death has taken place of Margaret Murphy Derrowel. Sympathy is extended to her husband, Albert. Son, Damien, Galway. Daughters, Claire, Athlone, Denise, Derrowel, Deirdre Ryan, Belcarra.
The death took place last week after a long illness of Mick Fitzpatrick, Kilconly. Husband of Bernie Duggan. Brownhall.
Sympathy is extended to wife Bernie, his brothers- in-law, Willie, Ballinaster, Jarlath, Cullentragh. Sister-in-law Mary Duggan, Brownhall and their families.

BOWLS CLUB FIRST TOURNAMENT
Mayo Abbey ARA bowling club had their first taste of competitive bowling last week in Claremorris. Thrown it the deep end in a very competitive competition they were pitted against Ballinrobe and Ballina. They put in a fine show on their first outing. Losing to one of the favourites for the trophy Ballinrobe in a trilling finish by 11 to 6. Level at 6 all after 7 ends, the eight end saw one of the best end of the tournament with Ballinrobe eventually securing 3 pts. The ninth end went Ballinrobe’s way by 2 pts. Their second game, against Ballina was another cracker with no more than 2 points separating the teams at any stage. With the teams level at 6 all at the end, Mayo Abbey won the tie-breaker by 3 points. Players were Mary Barrett, Paddy Gibbons and Martin Gibbons. Bowls are played every Tuesday night in Mayo Abbey centre from 8-00 to 10-30. The club is now looking for new members. This is a very enjoyable game, easy to get hooked on and great exercise. Tournaments are played in a very sociable atmosphere and great fun. If more members joined the club it could field a number of teams in competitions. Next venture that we know of at present on the cards will be the All-Ireland Championship coming up in Breaffy House Hotel next March.

ANNUAL DRAW
Plans are now being finalised for the annual Mayo Abbey Community Council draw.
Despite the recession there will be no reduction in the prize money this year. 1st prize will be €2,000, 2nd, €1,000, 3rd will be €500, 4th, €200 and 5th €100. For those great prizes tickets will still cost only €10. The aim this year is to clear the debt on the building which now stands at €15,000, down from €170,000 when the centre opened in 2000. So the committee are asking for as many sellers as possible to volunteer to sell. They are also asking local business in the area to consider giving sponsorship. No offer will be refused. This would be a great achievement for a small community to clear a debt of €170,000 inside ten years. So come on board and get involved.

SET DANCING
Set dancing classes take place every Monday night in the Mayo Abbey centre. New members welcome.

DATES TO REMEMBER
There are a number of upcoming dates to remember for Mayo Abbey Resource centre. On Sunday December 6th the annual Christmas dinner takes place. Tickets will be on sale in the coming weeks. The following Friday December 11th sees the annual card game.

ST COLMAN’S TRAINING CENTRE
St Colman’s training centre Mayo Abbey are now taking names for a number of courses.
Manual and computerised payroll FETAC Level 5. Starting on October 15th 9:30 to 4:30 BTEI Funded
A one-day Horticulture course on Ground Preparation, Composting & Vegetable Varieties takes place on Oct 16th 9:30 – 4:30 approx.
A Safe-Pass takes place on Nov 3rd starting at 8-15a.m.
Names are being taken for a number of courses starting soon. A one-day refresher course in Occupational First Aid, participants must hold a full level 5 cert which must not be older than 3 months out of date.

Mayo Abbey Local News 12-Oct-09

FORÓIGE CLUB WINS NATIONAL AWARD.
Mayo Abbey Foróige club has been awarded a national recognition award at the TSB Young Citizenship Programme. The club was one of 17 clubs to be recognised nationally for their work. 156 clubs involving 10,000 members took part in the competition. The Mayo Abbey club achieved their award for their ‘Emergency Lights for the Elderly’ project. After a number of meetings discussing different ideas it was decided to go for the emergency lights. As most members have grandparents and know the anxiety of the elderly worrying when there is a danger of power cuts. After meeting with Mayo Abbey Active Retirement Association on one of their Friday afternoon sessions they got a list of those interested the lights. A sponsored walk and bag-pack raised €1,136. Mayo Abbey Foróige Club was established in 2000, the club has been going from strength to strength ever since. Last year it had 14 members and 2 leaders. Their activities include Christmas decorations, St. Bridget's crosses, going to the cinema, bowling alley, disco’s and Delphi adventure centre. Every year the club organises one fundraiser for charity. This is a young club doing their best and enjoying themselves doing it.

ANNUAL DRAW TIME AGAIN
Plans are now being finalised for the annual Mayo Abbey Community Council draw.
Despite the recession there will be no reduction in the prize money this year. 1st prize will be €2,000, 2nd, €1,000, 3rd will be €500, 4th, €200 and 5th €100. For those great prizes tickets will still cost only €10.
The aim this year is to clear the debt on the building which now stands at €15,000, down from €170,000 when the centre opened in 2000. So the committee are asking for as many sellers as possible to volunteer to sell. They are also asking local business in the area to consider giving sponsorship. No offer will be refused. This would be a great achievement for a small community to clear a debt of €170,000 inside ten years. So come on board and get involved.

DATES TO REMEMBER
There are a number of upcoming dates to remember for Mayo Abbey Resource centre. On Sunday December 6th the annual Christmas dinner takes place. Tickets will be on sale in the coming weeks. The following Friday December 11th sees the annual card game.


FORÓIGE CLUB NEEDS SUPPORT IF ITS TO CONTINUE.
Mayo Abbey Foróige club is now looking for support if it’s to continue for this year. A parents meeting was very poorly attended but the leaders have decided to give it a try even with little support from parents and the hope that some parents will become involved. The first meeting of the members takes place on Thursday 1st October. This year the times are from 7-00p.m. to 8-30p.m. The Mayo Abbey club is one of the most progressive in the county but due to a lack of parental support last year the future of the club is now in doubt. As parents we are continually complaining about no facilities for youth but it is very unfair for us to use youth clubs for childminding and turning a blind eye when a rota of people to supervise is drawn up. This is now becoming a problem through the country. With the drinking laws as they are, we should be delighted to have somewhere for our children to socialise and gave any support we can. At the most parents will have only to attend two nights in the six-months the club runs each year. A small price to pay for our youth. Unless parents and leaders become involved the club will not continue.

SUCCESSFUL FETAC PRESENTATION NIGHT
There was a full crowd for the FETAC presentation evening in St. Colman’s Training Centre, Mayo Abbey on Thursday 3rd September. FETAC certificates were presented to 74 adult students who had successfully completed courses in different levels in Childcare, Organic gardening and Computers classes.
Ger Maguire, manager of the Resource centre was MC for the evening. He welcomed everyone the students, their families, guests for the occasion, Mr Kevin McBrian, FETAC, Mr. Frank Kelly FÁS and Minister Dara Calleary T.D. who presented the awards. He thanked FÁS, the Dept. of Education (BTEI) and the National Organic Training Skillnet for their support.
All speakers congratulated the students and the fact that St Colman’s training centre had put so many students through since getting FETAC accreditation in 2008.
Ger acknowledged the work and commitment put in by tutors and staff.
Mr Kevin McBrian from FETAC spoke about the importance of achievement recognition and how the streamlining of the National Certifying Bodies under FETAC now means that certification is now achieved under a national standard.
Mr. Frank Kelly FÁs acknowledged the efforts and commitment that some adult learners make juggling home life with course work and attendance. He said FÁS has a long association with Mayo Abbey and highlighted the success of the Resource Centre, Abbey Tots community childcare, the Organic Community Garden and the Community Housing Development along with St. Colman’s Training Centre.
Minister Calleary commended Mayo Abbeys role as a progressive and forwarded looking rural community.
Rachel Quinn and Mary Tiernan introduced the students individually to the Minister who presented them with their certificates followed by group photographs, light refreshments were then served to students and guests

24 HOUR PRAYER

The 24 hours Continuous Prayer list is now being finalised. Anyone wishing to join should contact Paddy Gibbons immediately. Mayo Abbey parish’s day of prayer is the 16th of every month. You can pray for one hour in your own home. New members would be most welcome especially during the night and early hours of the morning.

IRISH KIDNEY ASSOC
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The Irish Kidney Association, Mayo branch thank all who contributed to their recent church-gate collection in Mayo Abbey. Thanks to the collectors who stood out in a wet and windy weekend.
Amount collected was € 551.96


WESTERN CARE
Western Care collectors are reminded to return their collections immediately to Peggy Ruane or Mary Jo Barrett.

CONTINUOUS PRAYER
The 24 Hour Continuous Prayer takes place in Mayo Abbey Parish on the 16th of each month. The list has now been updated and is now being finalised. Anyone wishing to join should contact Paddy Gibbons immediately.

COMMUNITY LAUNDRY
Mayo Abbey community laundry is now open Tues., Wed., Thurs. 10-00a.m.
to 4-00p.m. & Fri., 10-00a.m. to 12-30p.m. Clothes are taken in everyday.

‘FIRST STEP IN COMPUTERS’
A "First step in Computers" course for over 50’s commencing on Tuesday Oct 6th in Mayo Abbey centre. Time: 2.00 p.m. – 3.45 p.m. (6 Tuesdays). There is no charge.Contact: 094-9365987. Places limited.

DIPLOMA IN IRISH;
A 'Diploma in Irish'course run by N.U.I. Galway will start in Mayo Abbey centre shortly if enough of people


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