The Kiltealy Tidy Towns committee will be turning on this year’s Christmas lights in the village on Saturday December 4th at 7:30 p.m.
The ceremony will take place after mass.
The committee is also delighted to announce that this year there will be an outdoor nativity scene in the garden for all to visit, enjoy and reflect on the true meaning of Christmas.
Bingo at the wheel
Rathnure’s drive-through bingo is back Tuesday evenings at 7 p.m., with doors opening at 6 p.m.
There are up to â¬ 2,950 in price, with the snowball rising to â¬ 800 in 52 calls.
It’s a great evening and all for a good cause.
Collection for people in need
There will be a collection for Wexford People Helping People and Wexford Women’s Refuge in the village of Kiltealy on Saturday 4th December.
It will coincide with the lighting of Christmas lights in the village. People in the community will be able to donate one of the following items: storage cabinet ingredients; dried products; canned goods and toiletries for men, women and children.
Crisps and candies will also be greatly appreciated, with everyone in the community encouraged to support the collection in any way they can due to good causes.
Anyone who cannot come that evening, but would like to support the initiative, can leave their items with John Murphy at Mohurry Mills and any help and support is greatly appreciated.
The ForÃ³ige de Boolavogue club was very present on Friday 5 November with nearly 25 members present.
Junior members meet from 6:45 p.m. to 7:45 p.m., while seniors meet from 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
New members are always welcome and can simply come to the room on Friday at the appropriate time to join.
The ‘Scenes from Kiltealy’ calendars are on sale in the Bowe and Mohurry Mills store, priced at â¬ 10.
The local committee is very grateful to Shane O’Neill for all his hard work in developing the schedule.
All proceeds from the calendar go towards Christmas lights, the outdoor nativity scene and other projects in the village.
Cook in the oven
The Galbally Sports and Leisure Club is seeking assistance from individuals within the community who wish to show off their culinary skills.
The club is looking for people to provide cakes or scones for sale at its Christmas Craft Fair on Saturday and Sunday December 4 and 5.
All inquiries to Dawn on 087 8306206 or any committee member.
The Enniscorthy Country Market is open at the IFA Center, Mill Park Road, every Friday morning from 8:30 am to 12:00 pm.
The market offers the best produce from the garden, including vegetables and eggs, as well as a wide range of homemade baked goods.
This journal features obituaries honoring bereaved family members and friends of the local community who have recently experienced the loss of a loved one.
The weekly service is offered free of charge and all obituaries are fulfilled in a manner sensitive to your personal wishes and requests.
Obituaries are also entirely shaped by your management and are written in full consultation with you at all times and at all stages.
Please feel free to contact reporter Brendan Keane via [email protected] if you would like to publish an obituary tribute article in this journal to honor the memory of a loved one who has passed away.
Songwriters across the county and beyond who write their own material and try to get their songs and music known to the public can send them to this journal for review.
If you are about to release an album, or if you already have an album in the public domain, please feel free to email [email protected]
Submissions must include the name of the deed, along with a photo and a brief biography.
Group of toddlers
The Glenbrien Baby and Toddler Group resumed its gatherings every Tuesday at the Glenbrien Old School Center from 9:15 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.
This is an opportunity for young children and their caregivers such as parents, grandparents and childminders to meet.
For more information, contact Ana Egan (086 1939997) or Anne Marie O’Connor (087 2973324).
Group organizers are anxiously awaiting everyone to gather for a cup of tea and a chat.
An exchange library is now open in the lobby of Bree Hall.
Users are strongly encouraged to pick up a book or leave others to enjoy.
The Enniscorthy Guardian is available as an ePaper, which is an exact digital version of the physical print edition of the newspaper and allows easy access on a device of your choice.
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The Galbally Badminton Club invites new members to come and play every Tuesday and Thursday at 8 p.m. in the newly renovated hall.
Everyone is welcome to play, meet and have fun.
For more information, contact 087 8306206 or any committee member.
Covid passports must be presented.
Men’s shed Caim
Caim Men’s Shed is open every Thursday evening from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
For more details, contact Paddy on 087 6341532 or 053 9255647.
Island Hunting AGM
The Island Hunt AGM will be held on Tuesday, December 7 at 8 p.m. at the Ferns Community Center, Y21 VW29.
Knit and stitch
Due to the growing number of Covid cases, and for the safety of all concerned, the organizers of the Tricot et Point et crochet group in Caim have decided to cancel the group sessions until further notice.