PROLOGUE: "If we counted our blessings instead of our money, we would all be rich."

Linda Poindexter.

DEATHS; The death has occurred of Catherine Murphy, (Padua, Clash Road, Abbeyfeale, formerly of London and Sheskin, Abbeyfeale. Sympathy is extended to her bereaved niece, Mary O’Leary, nephew, David Murphy, grandniece, grandnephews, relatives and friends .

The death has occurred of Jerry (Darby) Browne, Orchard Drive, Abbeyfeale, and formerly of Knockadarrive, Brosna, Co. Kerry..

May they rest in peace.

CINDERELLA: Well done to the Transition Year students for their production of Cinderella panto at the Colaiste last week. It was a most enjoyable night with Andrea Collins as Cinderella portraying a mixture of pathos and gumption and stealing the show with her wonderful singing voice. The Ugly sisters were hilarious with the multi-talented Jackie Harnett proving that there is the making of a comic actress in her and Deidre O’Connor with her impeccable timing providing Jackie with a perfect foil. Muireann Hickey as the lovelorn Buttons was witty and lively, Joanna Maynard as the Wicked Stepmother was menacing and Queen Kerry Ann Finucane with her beaming smile lit up the auditorium as she and her husband His Majesty Matt Hunt discussed the need to get a wife for the Prince. Fairy Godmother Aishling Scanlon was fun, Prince Charming Daniel Leahy was both handsome and regal and his valet Katie Ahern delivered some great lines with panache. We had music and dance, a fast moving chorus line, witty lines that gave us great laughs, a solo from one of the girl’s chorus which was beautiful, Mary O’Brien on piano and memorable sets from Mr Vaughan – the first of many musicals to come we hope, and a hard act to follow. Well done too to all the local businesses who sponsored the students.

YOUTH CAFE: Foróige supported by Limerick Youth Service is holding an information night on Friday, January 31 in St. Ita’s Hall from 7 – 7.45pm. If you are interested in working with youth and have a couple of hours free during the week to volunteer please come along. All our volunteers will be garda vetted and must be over the age of 18. Volunteers should be patient, reliable, self-motivated, responsible, energetic and trustworthy. If you are interested come talk to us! All volunteers will be trained and supported by staff. Contact Bríd 086 – 2043599 or Laura 087 -1733489.

YOUNG MUMS GROUP: Young mothers are being invited to join a new group will support their personal development. The group will start in February in Abbeyfeale and names are now being taken. Contact Mary at West Limerick Resources on 087 9382883.

ABBEYFEALE MALE VOICE CHOIR; Practice every Thursday @ 8pm in St Mary’s Boys NS. New members welcome from all over West Limerick and North Kerry.

DROMTRASNA N.S. FUNDRAISER; Sliabh Notes with Donal Murphy are in concert in the Devon Inn on Friday next, January 31. Tickets €10 available from the Devon Inn, Sheehys Hardware and Dromtrasna N.S. and on the door on the night.

BEE KEEPING CLASSES: Plans are in train to run a class in bee keeping in the Adult Education Centre starting in February. Names are now being taken for those wishing to participate. Contact 068 31198.

GLORACH CONCERT: Plans are afoot to hold a musical celebration around St. Patrick’s Weekend in the Glorach. Details to follow.

FEALEFIT: Fealefit will be holding a Fundraising 5k / 10 k walk at the Railway on Sunday, February 16 at 10.30am to raise money for the Special Olympics 2014 which will be held in Limerick this June. We encourage you all to come out and support such a worthy event, all donations welcome & refreshments after in the Railway bar. Fealefit will commence NEW Couch to 5k training Friday February 21 at 6.30pm at Town park. .Fealefit are working in conjunction with St Ita’s Ac Abbeyfeale to coach Little Athletics & develop children’s Athletic capabilities and fitness every Monday 5PM. Contact Shane 087 2891015 or Kadie 087 7771552 for further details.Check out for all details on Classes..

ARA NA FEILE ACTIVE RETIREMENT: Our new committee is as follows; Nancy Wall Chairperson, Joan Leahy Vice Chairperson, Bridie Collins Secretary, Josephine Halpin Assistant Secretary, Bernadette Ahern Treasurer, Mary Moloney Assistant Treasurer, Ann Hennessy PRO, Tess Lane Assistant PRO. Committee; Marion O’Connor, Mary Theresa Cahill, Madeline O’Connor and Mary Healy. Our next meeting is on Wednesday, January 29 @ 2pm in the Adult Educational Centre. We look forward to welcoming new members.

ICA NEWS; The Mainistir na Féile Guild of the ICA has resumed for the season and meets again on the first and third Tuesday of each month at the Community Education Centre, Mount Mahon. All members are invited to attend. New members very welcome – if you would like to make new friends do come along.

"ONE FOR THE ROAD" NOW ON SALE: The newly updated edition of "One More For The Road" by Raymond Fennelly is now available to purchase from Ann Lyons shop in The Square. Price €8.00. The book is also availabe from Amazon and Kindle. For more details check the local Abbeyfeale On Line website at;

‘ST0P IT NURSE’: Athea Drama Group presents a production of the comedy ‘Stop it Nurse’ by Sam Cree. Performances will take place in Con Colbert Memorial Hall, Athea on Thursday 30 continuing Saturday, February, 1 and Sunday, February 2 at 8pm nightly. Suitable for all ages, the play promises much-needed belly laughter and sore ribs. The show is set in the men’s surgical ward of a hospital which is run by the stern ward sister (Hannah Finnegan) who is aided by hard working nurse Holmes (Claire O Connor) and the not so bright trainee Freda Ferguson (Karina Buckley). You have a recipe for hilarious madness and mayhem all in the setting of the hospital ward from hell! The Play is directed by Theresa O’Halloran is a play not to be missed!!

YOUTH CLUBS: Abbey legends are in St. Ita’s on Friday from 8-9.30. Teen unite are in St. Ita’s and Yolo club are in the sports complex on Saturday night from 7.45-9.15. New members are welcome. Youth leaders are only responsible for registered members who sign in and stay until club is over, no one is allowed to leave club during club hours without parental permission.

MEENKILLY N.S. CARD GAME RESULTS: Winners with 14 games; Jer Roche, Peggy Riordan, JJ Leinihan. Runner’s up with 13 games; Dan Reidy, Fintan Quirke, Jeoffery Fitzgerald. Table Prize; Billy Broderick ,Paddy O Sullivan ,Sheila Breen. Door Prize;

Betty Daly, Patrick Murphy. Ticket Prizes; Toddy O Conner*2, Paddy O Sullivan,

Lisa Mcfadden, Dan Reidy *2.

RAMBLING HOUSE: Minister for Arts, Culture & Gaeltacht Jimmy Deenehan will visit Knockfierna at 2.30pm on Saturday next, February 1 . Mr. Deenehan will launch a guide brochure of Knockfierna which shows famine roads, potato ridges which are still intact since the famine of 1847. All are welcome for this very unique occasion. The afternoon will be followed by entertainment at the Rambling House. All are welcome.

INSE BÁN MACRA CLUB: The inaugural meeting of Inse Bán Macra took place recently. The following are the new officers Chairperson Maria O Sullivan, V Chairperson Selena Gardiner, Secretary Myles Cunningham, Assistant Secretary David Mulcahy, Treasurer Ben O Shea, Assistant Treasurer Shane Brouder, P.R.O Sean Cunningham and assistant John O Donnell.. Names are being taken for the mystery tour leaving the South Court Hotel, Limerick on Saturday, February 1. Get names into Myles by Thursday if interested. Our next meeting will be held in the Halla Inse Bán Temple Glantine on Thursday, February 13. All new members are welcome,Any new members contact Brigid Walsh on 0860822038 or come along to our next meeting. Calling all persons aged between 17-35 years of age with an interested in the sport, public speaking, performing arts and travel or perhaps just the social interaction then Inse Bán Macra wants you.

COMMUNITY GAMES: Abbeyfeale community games are holding a talent night for

children of the parish aged between u11-u16 on Friday, January 31@7pm in the rugby club any enquiries/entries. Tel Maurice 087 6315169.

‘COME AND SEE’ – THE STORY OF LOURDES; Fr. Micheál Liston’s book ‘Come and See’ is for sale in several shops around town.

MONAGAE RAMBLING HOUSE: Dates for 2014 have been changed to the third Monday of the month. Next Rambling House will be Monday, February 17 from 8.30pm.

CRAFTY CORNER: knitting and crochet class returns after the Christmas break on Tuesday nights 7.30 pm in the Adult Education Centre. New members welcome just come along on the night.

ITA’S SET DANCING CLASSES: Learn to set dance in Monagae every Thursday night from 8.30pm. Everyone welcome.

GLOR TIRE: Micheal Collins from Tournafulla, band leader with the Micheal Collins Band is a contestant on the new series of Glor Tire on Tna G. Watch him this Wednedsday night doing a duet with Louise Morrissey. Micheal is looking for votes so that he will be able to stay in the running. He is asking everyone who knows him to support him over the next few weeks.

PANTO: A bus will travel to Puss n Boots performed by the one and only Killorglin players in the I.N.E.C. Killarney on Sunday, February 16, leaving N.CW. at 4.30pm. We will pick up en route at the bus stop outside the Church in Abbeyfeale at 4.45pm. You will have time for refreshments before the performance commences at 6pm. Early booking is advised as this is a very popular event. Contact Maureen 087 9845102.

GATHER BY THE FEALE 2014: The first meeting of the Gather by the Feale ( July 16-20, 2014) took place last Tuesday and it was decided that we will go with more or less the same dates as last year and that the festival will be based on the arrival of the Vikings and their routing by Brian Boru. Our A.G.M. will take place in Leens Hotel on

Tuesday, February 4 at 8pm. We hope that anyone with an interest in repeating or even surpassing the success of the Gathering last July will attend and help us establish a yearly festival. Check out our new Facebook page Gather by the Feale or our website : for regular updates.

COUNTRY MUSIC RADIO: Our own Ann O’Halloran is broadcasting to the world three days every week Wednesday 5-7pm, Friday 1-5pm and Saturday 10-1am. Log onto studio and leave a request for her.

CD LAUNCH: Maura Nolan from Kilcolman, and a native of Knockfinisk, Athea, is launching her first CD in Saint Ita’s Hospital Newcastle West on this Thursday, January 30 at 2pm. A second launch will take place on Friday,February 14 at the Top of the Town Pub in Athea. They will be music, song fun and enjoyment at both venues and the CD will be on sale for € 15. The CD is also on sale from reception in Saint Ita’s, and also at Maura’s live performances. A percentage of the proceeds from the sale of the CD will be donated to the Friends of Saint Ita’s Hospital. SUE RYDER: Manager Maria Moloney says “ We currently have an extensive range of winter clothing, including coats, jackets, scarves and footwear.At the moment we have a range of new musical instruments including Spanish guitar left for €49. Our books are still only 50 cent eachWe are always delighted to receive donations of clothing, footwear, bags, working toys and bric a brac. We regret that we are unable to accept old duvets, pillows, broken toys or electrical items. Thank you for your continued support.”

HUMOUR: When you are courting a nice girl, an hour seems like a second. When you sit on a red- hot cinder a second seems like an hour. That’s relativity. Albert Einstein.

TRAINING FOR RADIO: West Limerick 102 is currently running an 8 week training course at its studios in Newcastle West for those over 55 who would be interested in learning how to produce a monthly radio programme aimed at older members of our community. The course runs each Monday and Wednesday from 2pm to 3.30pm and is free of charge. Full details from Connie at West Limerick 102. Ring 069 66200.

SET DANCING WEEKEND: The West Limerick Set Dancing club’s workshop weekend will run from Friday, February 7 to Sunday, February 9 at the Devon Inn Templeglantine.

PILGRIMAGE: Lay ‘Dominican Pilgrimage to Fatima 7 nights, Hotel Tres Pastorinhos departing Dublin October 2 €799 pps. Includes all meals for the duration of your stay and Insurance. Singe Room Supplement €25 per night. If paid in full by February 3 there is €100 off price or if you pay a deposit of €200 by the same date then there is €50 off price. Spiritual Director travelling with group. Further details from Bro. Michael Neenan O.P. phone 01-4048100 or contact Maureen Finnegan 087 9845102. Pligrimages Abroad – Lauri Duffy Travel.

COMMUNITY ALERT: Elderly people are very vulnerable at this time of year with the changeable weather and threat of storms, ice and snow. The local branch of community alert would urge people to be vigilant and keep a close eye on their neighbours, offer to do the shopping, check that they have enough firing inside and call and visit them. All fire alarms should be tested at least once a month. Carbon Monoxide alarms should be placed on a work surface or window sill in a kitchen or any room with a stove or open fire.

VISIT TO THE DAIL: Maureen Finnegan is running a day trip to the Dail on Wednesday, March 26. Leaving NCW at 8am. Breakfast and dinner in the Harbour View Hotel, Naas. We will be having a guided tour of the Dail – you will be pleasantly surprised as to how beautiful this building. There will be some free time in Dublin for you to do as you please. Contact Maureen for more details and booking 0879845102.

SPECIAL OLYMPICS: Athletes and Volunteers meet every Tuesday, starting on January 28 at 7pm. in the Community Centre. If you would like to become a volunteer please contact Rose McMahon (087 9845102) who will be pleased to give you all the details.

MARIAN’S DANCING: Classes have resumed every Friday night in the Community Centre, New St. at 8.30pm. Learn to waltz, jive, foxtrot, siege of Ennis, slosh and much more.

FILM SEASON: Friday, February 1 is the start of the current film season. In the early 70’s a shy Mexican singer/songwriter in Detroit makes two albums which sell six copies. 30 years later he’s tracked down by a journalist from South Africia where he’s become "bigger than Elvis". SEARCHING FOR SUGARMAN sounds like a fairy tale, only this is real life. Starting at 8pm. in the Desmond Complex (rear of the fire station). €7.00 per screening. Refreshments available before and after. If you are unable to attend we are back again lst November 1 and December 6, 2014. Phone 087 6877970. Email: NCWFilmclub

WORLD DAY OF THE SICK: World Day of the Sick is Sunday February 2. Pope Francis in 2014 is commending the 22nd World Day Of Sick to the intercession of Mary, so that she will help sick people to live their own suffering in communion with Jesus Christ.

DESMOND HALL: Celebrate St. Brigid’s Day at Desmond Hall:- Learn to make different types of St. Brigid’s crosses and hear about traditional customs and folklore associated with St. Brigid on Friday, January 31 at 7pm. in the Desmond Hall, The Square, NCW. Free Admission.

DRAMA: ‘ The Honey Spike ‘: the play by Bryan Mac|Mahon is taking place in the Community Centre, Granagh at 8pm on the nights of January 31, February 1 and 2. Shop & Raffle each night. Adm. Adults €10, Students €5.

The play tells “a tale of the Irish roads, of a tinker and his wife.

It’s a tale of trouble and wildness and a child that’s born to life.

There’s mating in it, birth and death and drink to flood a dyke,

So here’s how they raced the coloured road that led to the Honey Spike."

SUPPORT SERVICE: Do you, or someone you know, need help and support with someone

else’s drug/alcohol/gambling addiction or abuse? Bushypark Treatment Centre (a Clarecare service) offers weekly FREE Family Support Programmes in Ennis and in Limerick. These are drop in services, so no need to phone ahead or book a place. Just come! Tea/Coffee/Biscuits. Counsellor & Facilitator Led. Limerick Tuesdays 8-9.30 pm Pastoral Centre Denmark St., Wednesdays 3.45 – 5.15 pm Ana Liffey Drugs Project Building, The Fairgreen.

CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK: Catholic Schools Week takes place from January 26-Feb 1.

The theme for Catholic Schools Week 2014 is: Catholic Schools – Centres of Faith and Learning’.

ABBEYFEALE PARISH CHURCH NOTES: ‘The place where we all feel valued, welcomed and can take our place’.

Parish office 11-1pm Tuesday-Friday 068 31133. A.A. 061-311222 Al-Anon 086-8143425, Bereavement Support: 068 / 31203 068/ 31262 068/51984Console 061-306792. Parish Support Worker 068/31019. Counselling Appointment 061/314213.Church 068/51915, Accord 069/61000 NCW, John O’Shea P.P.: Tel: 068 – 31157 Mobile: 087 – 9708282,Fr Joe Foley CC: Tel: Mobile : 087 – 2618412 C.M.A.C. Counselling: 069 – 61000 – Limerick 061 – 313287, Cura: Limerick 061 71318207 Tralee: 066 27355. Mass Tuesday – Saturday at 10am except in the event of a funeral when Mass is 11am. Mass Monday at 7pm, Mass on Saturday 11am followed by Confessions, Vigil Mass 7pm, Sunday 9.30am and 12 noon. Mass Intentions: Intentions for the week; Wednesday 10am Daniel Sheehy. Thursday 10am Joan Kelly & John Murphy

Friday 10am John Moore, Shanbally Saturday 7pm Christy Leahy & Patrick Sheehan,

Knockbrack, Nell Lenihan, Cragg. Sunday 9.30am David Ward, Ballaugh.

Adoration has resumed on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 6-8pm and Tuesday and Friday all day. Adoration takes place in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 6-8pm and all day on Tuesday and Friday from 10am to 10pm. A new wooden display with a variety of inspiring CDs, prepared by Catholic priests and eminent Catholic lay people. These talks are guaranteed to deepen your appreciation and understanding of our Catholic Faith.” First Holy Communion will take place on May 17, 2014. With the data protection laws, priests no longer have access to the patient lists in any of the hospitals. Priests have no way of knowing when someone from their parish is in hospital. It is now the responsibility of family members and relatives, if they require a visit to let the priest of their parish know who is in hospital. This is Christian Unity Week.

HUMOUR: In the Beginning God created the Earth and rested, then God created Man and rested, then He created Woman and rested. Then, neither God nor Man rested.

MEN’S SHED: Meetings take place every Monday from 6-9pm. The group would welcome donations of paint, wood etc. They are also hoping that someone might donate a small fridge.

CHANGE IN MASS TIMES: The 8.15 Mass on Saturday morning has changed to 9am. There will be no Mass at 10am on Monday mornings but instead an evening Mass at 7pm.

BODYCARE WELLNESS CENTRE: The Bodycare Wellness Centre has moved to 3 Mountmahon, Abbeyfeale.. Telephone Chris O’Shea 0872293636.

BUS: Contact Eoin on 087 2522402 re bus leaving Abbeyfeale Square at 7.40 pm every Tuesday for Castleisland Bingo.

PARENT AND TODDLER GROUP: The Abbeyfeale Parent and Toddler Group has resumed on Tuesday mornings from 11- 12.30pm in St. Ita’s Hall. Safe play environment is provided; baby/toddler social skills improve. Language and play skills develop. This is also an important time for Mom and Dad’s to meet, have a cup of tea and chat. Music and movement facilitators will visit the group. New Parents are made especially welcome. Contact Mary on 097 9382883 with any queries.

THE RED DOOR BIC : If you are interested, or if you know anyone interested in starting their own business, please e-mail info or ring the chamber office at 069-77751.

THE OPTIMISTIC GROUP: The Optimistic group (Formerly the NCW Jobseekers Network) meets on Thursdays in the NCW Community Centre from 1:30–3:30 pm. The group recently began a selection of training which will run up to Christmas including Confidence in Communication, Art, Healthy eating and cooking on a Budget. This is an open door, drop in, relaxed format with a social group aspect. New members are always welcome. Further details are available from Dearbhla at West Limerick Resources’ Rural Employment Service (RES) on 069 61316.

PHONE CALL SERVICE: FEALE CONNECTED, the Abbeyfeale branch, has recently trained new Volunteers and so has the capacity to take on more Clients. If you would like to receive a weekly phone call, please contact 087 329 0483 or 087 118 4160. FEALE CONNECTED would like to thank St. Ita’s Daycare (Abbeyfeale) and the Community Foundation for Ireland for their kind support to this service. This is a West Limerick Resources initiative.

TOASTMASTERS: Next meeting of West Limerick Toastmasters Wednesday, February 5 at the Desmond Complex from 8.30pm – 10.30pm. Toastmasters meet twice monthly on the first and third Wednesday of each month from September to May. If you would like to gain self confidence in your public speaking abilities then this is the place to go. For further information contact Donnacha on 086 8494505.

CANCER SUPPORT GROUP: Men’s Cancer Support Group meeting

in Recovery Haven (Cancer Support House) Tralee, on Wednesday night at 7.30pm. All men

with any type of Cancer, at any stage of their journey are welcome to join this new group.

We are having a talk on "Diet for Optimum Health" by Erina MacSweeney

(Nutritionist). Any queries please contact Siobhán on 066-7192122.

ADULT SUICIDE BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP: A support group meets on the first Wednesday of every month from 7-9 pm at Console House, 114 The Grange, Raheen. Family, friends, work colleagues and community bereaved by suicide all welcome. You do not need an appointment to attend. Further information 061 306792.

GROW MOVEMENT: Grow – the community mental health movement – meets on Thursday’s at 8pm, in the Station Room in The Desmond Complex Newcastle West.

LIVING LINKS: Living Links provide practical help, information and support to persons bereaved by suicide. Phone 061-400133 /087-7998427.

USED STAMPS: Please send all your used stamps to either St. Patrick’s Missionaries. Kiltegan Fathers, Kiltegan, Wicklow or the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary, Castleview Gardens, Clancy Street, Limerick. Both these orders can sell the stamps and thereby use the money for the missions.

NANO NAGLE SOCIAL which had to be cancelled before Christmas will now take place in the Listowel Arms Hotel on Friday, January 31. Music by Heart and Soul. Lots of spot prizes on the night. Tickets are available from Nano Nagle School. Phone 068 21942. All welcome.

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION: The Dominican Biblical Institute,Upper Cecil Street,

Limerick will offer a Course on Inter-Religious Dialogue for six Tuesday evenings before Lent and for three Tuesdays after Easter. It will begin with a short overview of inter-religious

dialogue in the Church to date. This will set the context for how we approach Judaism and Islam – to appreciate them as faiths in the One God and in their likeness and differences in

relation to Christian faith. Dates: January 28. February 4, 11, 18, and 25.

April 29, May 6 and 13. Time: 7.30-9.00 pm. Cost €5 per session. Course Director: Sr. Jo O’Donovan RSM. Her recent book, Understanding Differently, considers Judaism, Islam,

Hinduism and Buddhism, and Christianity’s relationship and dialogue with them.

USEFUL WEBSITE: provides local contacts and useful resources for those looking for a particular course or information on further education and training opportunities in Ireland. The website which has been especially developed for use on a smartphone tablet or PC also includes Frequently Asked Questions and video testimonials from adult learners who have returned to education. Another feature of the new website is an online calendar which provides information about lifelong learning events and allows people to subscribe to hear about events taking place in their own area.

AL ANON CONVENTION|: Al-Anon Family Groups is an organisation that offers understanding and support for families and friends of problem drinkers in an anonymous environment, whether the alcoholic is still drinking or not. Groups in the general Limerick area will participate at the Alcoholics Anonymous Limerick Area 34th Annual Convention which will be held at the Castletroy Park Hotel on the weekend of Friday January 31 to Sunday February 2. The convention will commence with registration at 6pm on Friday with the last presentation starting at 9pm. Saturday’s business has a 10.30am start with the last session again starting at 9pm. Sunday’s proceedings run from 10.30am to the closing session which starts at 2pm. The suggested registration fee is €6. Leaflets are available at the back of the church or you can e-mail alanonlimerickmember For more information about Al-Anon you can contact the information centre at (01)8732699 or check these websites: and

PILGRIMAGE: Medjugorje 2014:- NCW Medjugorje Prayer Group are organizing a piligrimage to Medjugorje (July 30 to August 6 ) departing from Dublin Airport. One week B/B and evening dinner. Cost is €659 ex airport. Full comprehensive insurance included. If €100 is paid before February 15 the total cost is reduced by €50. Spiritual Director Fr. Frank Duhig P.P. Contact Mary Keating (069-60375/086-6046524) or Paddy Geary (069-77595/087-6247672).

ARDFERT RETREAT CENTRE Exploring John Moriarty’s Vision & Wisdom with Michael Joyce & Josephine Fitzgibbon on Saturday, February from 10.30am. – 4.00pm. Celebration of Married Love Tuesday, February 11 at 8.00pm. Bookings 066 -7134276.

HOLIDAY BREAKS: Maureen Finnegan says; “Would you like a week end away? We are going to one of the most picturesque places in Ireland and steeped in history. Leaving NCW on Friday, May16 at 10am. We will have dancing on Friday and Saturday nights to the music provided by Micheal English and his band and stepping it out to Locklin’s Bar! Dancing again Sunday night and returning home after a hearty breakfast on Monday 19. We will be based in the Parkway Hotel, Dunmanway the home town of the famous Sam Maguire who is well known to all who follow G.A.A. We will be out an about during the day. This is a giveaway price for this great break. Contact Maureen0879845102 for more details and booking.