Weekly News Roundup - Monday 4 May 2015
Tinryland in National Pride of Place Competition
Work is well underway to prepare for Tinryland Village entry in this year’s –National Pride of Place Competition. This is a wonderful opportunity for the community to showcase your achievements on a national platform. The next planning meeting will take place on Tuesday May 5th at 7:30pm in Tinryland Parish Hall. Please come along as everyone has a contribution to make. It is really important that representatives from community groups, residents associations and sports clubs and businesses active in Tinryland attend.For further information you may contact Trudi Shannon 087 6387447 member of organizing group or - Margaret Nolan Community Section Carlow County Council 059 9172484 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tinryland GFC Lotto Results 27/4/2015
Numbers Drawn 11,14,15,21
No Winner of €10,000 Jackpot
€25 Draw Winners
Promoter’s Prize: Conor Byrne
Nurney Field Day
The annual Field Day in aid of Our Lady’s National School will be held in Nurney Village on Sunday 7th June 2015. Gates open at 2pm for a fun day out for all the family. Attractions on the day include Wheel of Fortune, Bottle Stall, Cake Stall, Super Slide and lots more. M.C. John McGrath. Admission: Adults €2, Senior Citizens and Children free. All welcome
‘Internet Basics for Beginners’ classes are still running in CRISP Centre, Castle Hill, Carlow. Only €10 for a 5 week course. 2 hours each session. It is also a great social event and an opportunity to meet new people. Course is subsidised by the Governments Benefit 4 programme.
Book early to avail of this offer.Call 059 9143972.