PROLOGUE"I have learned silence from the talkative, toleration from the intolerant, and kindness from the unkind; yet strange, I am ungrateful to these teachers."
Kahlil Gibran:

DEATH: Sincere sympathies are offered to the family of the late Helmut Kostal, Mountmahon and Germany. May he rest in peace. Sympathies too to the family of the late Anne Murphy, Main St and Tralee whose funeral Mass was celebrated in the parish church last week. May she rest in peace.

COFFEE MORNING: The Wednesday Club are hosting a coffee morning on Wednesday morning in the Ploughman Bar in aid of Limerick’s homeless charity Novas. 11-2pm. Call in for a bit of banter and a cup of tea or coffee and help someone in trouble.

NEW BOXING CLUB: A public meeting was held last week and the attendance was good. A committee was established, some of the members are engaging with the Sports Coaching programme that West Limerick Resources are delivering in conjunction with Limerick Sports Partnership. Two world silver medals in Abbeyfeale already this year in kickboxing so who knows what heights will be reached with the new club. No pressure lads and lassies!

HOPE FOUNDATION FUNDRAISERS: Five TY students are travelling to Calcutta in the Spring with the Hope Foundation. There are two upcoming fundraisers being organized by Cian Blair, son of Josie Foley and Bill Blair to help with the €3,100 that each student is expected to raise and which will be used to help children in desperate need in Calcutta. The first is an Afternoon Tea Dance in Fr. Casey’s on Sunday, December 13 and then two nights after Christmas, on December 27 a Trad night is planned for the same venue.

EXHIBITION AT GLÓRACH: All are most welcome to the Glórach this Saturday for the opening of an exhibition of new paintings from talented local artist Mary Leahy, entitled The Sky and the Ground. Mary has drawn much inspiration from the West Limerick landscape, and many of the paintings within this collection reflect this. The exhibition will be opened by Mary Shanahan and a cheese and wine reception will follow. So come along to the Glórach Community Theatre this Saturday, November 14 at 8 pm and see these wonderful paintings that will brighten your mood on these dreary winter evenings.

TOWN PARK NEWS: We, the members of Abbeyfeale Town Park Committee, would like to express our deepest sympathies to the Kostal family and employees of Kostal Abbeyfeale on the recent unexpected death of Mr. Helmut Kostal. Mr. Kostal was a most generous patron of Abbeyfeale Town Park. How notable it is that both he and the other great patron of the park, Mr. Dan Murphy, passed away this year. In the town park, they have left a great legacy to the people of Abbeyfeale and the surrounding area.

‘THE RAIN AT THE END OF SUMMER’: Word is spreading fast about this rarely seen John B Keane play, with enquiries coming from well outside the Abbeyfeale area. Just a few bits to be done to the set and the countdown is on to our opening night at the Glórach community theatre on Thursday, November 19 at 8 pm. A stellar cast are looking forward to bringing this gem to stage, and further performances will take place on the 21/22/24/27/28/29 November. Tickets can be booked at 0871383940.

FEALEBRIDGE SOCIAL; Fealebridge and Headley’s Bridge Co-Op are holding their 45th Annual Social at the Devon Inn Hotel, Templeglantine on Friday, December 4 at 8.30 pm. Last year’s social was a wonderful night, and this year’s event promises more of the same. Music is provided by Ui Bhriain and there will be numerous spot prizes, novelties, etc on the night. Tickets are available at both creameries and from staff and committee


LEARN ABOUT DIABETES: A ‘Go Blue for Breakfast’ event will be held in the Abbeyfeale Community Education Centre on Thursday, November 12 from 11am-1pm. Events include: Diabetes Ireland: Information stand and free blood sugar testing, HSE Public Health Nurse: General health information, Limerick Sports Partnership: Taster fitness class, National Screening Service: Information stand on the free diabetic retinopathy screening programme available to all people over 12 years who have either type 1 or type 2 diabetes. Primary Health Care Project: Information on healthy eating and nutrition. Breakfast will be served throughout the morning. This is a free event and is open to all adults. For more information, contact West Limerick Resources on 069 61316. Diabetes mellitus, or simply diabetes, is a chronic disease that occurs when the pancreas is no longer able to make insulin, or when the body cannot make good use of the insulin it produces. Insulin is a hormone made by the pancreas, that acts like a key to let glucose from the food we eat pass from the blood stream into the cells in the body to produce energy. All carbohydrate foods are broken down into glucose in the blood. Insulin helps glucose get into the cells. Not being able to produce insulin or use it effectively leads to raised glucose levels in the blood (known as hyperglycemia). Over the long-term high glucose levels are associated with damage to the body and failure of various organs and tissues. (From the International Diabetes Federation Website:

THE KUBE: Takes place at the Devon Inn on Saturday, November 28 at 7.30. Fundraiser for Abbeyfeale UTD.

GREAT SOUTHERN TRAIL: There was a very large and representative attendance at the silver jubilee celebrations of the GST last Saturday.
Proceedings commenced at Newcastle West’s Desmond Complex at 1pm. The new video "From a Railway to a Greenway" outlining the story of the GST was premiered with Kevin Daly getting much praise for his production skills. Refreshments were provided courtesy of Marguerites and the Desmond Complex are to be complimented for the excellent facilities.
Following the video the gathering which included Patrick O Donovan T.D. and Councillors Seamus Browne, Francis Foley and Tom Neville was addressed by Liam O Mahony, Cathaoirleach GST; Michael Guerin, North Kerry GST Convenor; Josephine Cotter Coughlan, Director of Services Limerick City and County Council (LCCC) and Liam Galvin, Mayor LCCC. Mayor Galvin announced that LCCC were taking over responsibility for managing the GST and enhancing it. Kerry County Council are also setting aside €120,000 for planning and surveying the North Kerry portion of the GST which they are acquiring from CIÉ. Mayor Galvin then started the commemorative walk along the line to Ardagh where everybody enjoyed further refreshments at Neary’s bar where the lovely atmosphere facilitated a pleasant singing session. Finally, Phelim’s Coach returned everybody safely to Newcastle West. Check out the video on twenty five years of the Great Southern Trail on their website or go directly to YouTube using the link below:

YOUTH CLUB NOTES: Abbey angels are in St. Ita’s Hall on Friday night at 8 till 9.30pm. Teens together are in the Sports Complex on Saturday night and the yolo club are in St. Ita’s Hall on Saturday night from 7.45 – 9.15pm.

FEALE FIT NEWS: Best of Luck to the members of Fealefit / St Ita’s Ac running club taking part in the Listowel Half Marathon / 10k this coming weekend. If you wish to join Fealefit for training for any events please don’t hesitate to contact us. All event training is free of charge and open to all levels of fitness…see for all details on training & Upcoming events!!Save the date : Fealefit Xmas Party Saturday December 12more details to follow…

PRACTICAL GARDENING COURSE: It’s never too late to join up with the gardening course at the Abbeyfeale Community Education Centre. Running two days a week on Mondays and Tuesdays, for further enquiries ring 068 31198.

WEIGHTWATCHERS: Weightwatchers meetings are being held in Fr Caseys GAA clubhouse every Tuesday morning 10am -11am and evening 7pm – 8pm. For more details call Sandra on 087 6718377 or call into the meetings.

SUPPORT GROUP: Bereavement Support Abbeyfeale Bereavement Support Group Tel. 068/31230 or 068/51984 or 068/31262.

ARE YOU REGISTERED TO VOTE: To vote, you must be on the electoral register. November 25 is the last date to register before having to do so at a Garda Station. If you are not on the draft register for 2016/2017 (the Register of Electors that will come into force on 15 February 2016) or if you are on the draft register but your details are incorrect you may claim to have a correction made by completing the application form RFA 1 and sending it to the Franchise Section, Limerick City & County Council, City Hall, Merchants Quay, Limerick by 25 November 2015. If you miss that date, it is still possible to register. To check if you are registered and to check your details: Go to You can get the form you need at the post office, library or council office or on-line to If you want more information about voting and registering to vote go to

SUE RYDER NOTES: Manager Maria Moloney writes “Looking for a winter jacket? Here in Sue Ryder, Main St., Abbeyfeale we currently have a fantastic selection of coats, jackets and other winter clothing. Sue Ryder is a registered Irish Charity that helps older people to live safe, independent lives in a secure environment. There are 6 Sue Ryder facilities in Ireland and the majority of their funding comes from the 30 charity shops around the country. Here in the Abbeyfeale shop, we sell clothing, shoes, bags, brick a brac, toys etc. We are always grateful for donations of items that can be sold in the shop or recycled (clean clothing, bags and shoes). Unfortunately we are unable to accept electrical items, duvets or pillows. As Christmas approaches we would also love to accept any unused or unwanted gift sets such as jewellery or toiletries that you may have from last Christmas or birthday and last but not least if you have any 1 or 2 cent coins but not enough to make up a full bag, why not drop them in and we will make sure they won’t go to waste. Thank you once again for your continued support. Our Abbeyfeale shop is going from strength to strength thanks our tireless volunteers and our loyal and generous customers.

CHURCH GATE COLLECTION: The annual church gate collection in aid of West Limerick Community Radio takes place at all Masses next weekend.

NEW MEMBERS WELCOME: Adult Choir Practice each Wednesday evening @ 8pm in the Parish Church.

GATHER BY THE FEALE NEWS: John Sherlock, qualified potter and artist in residence in the girls’ national school started beginners’ pottery classes this week at the Adult Education Centre, Mountmahon. Classes are on Tuesday nights from 7pm to 8.30pm and run for six weeks. Cost is €90 for six classes and this includes all materials, paint and firing of pottery pieces and tea and biscuits on the night. The start-up cost is being subsidized by the Gathering Committee so that creative arts can be developed in our town. Numbers are limited attend and applicants will be considered on a first come first served basis. John is interested in doing a parent and child pottery class also and if he receives enough expressions of interest this is something that can be explored further. Your feed-back is welcome.

NIGHT VIGIL IN KNOCK: Monday December 7. A Coach will be leaving Listowel @4.30pm, Abbeyfeale Church 5pm, Devon Inn 5.10pm, NCW 5.20pm, Regional Hospital 6pm, Jury’s Inn 6.10pm, Union X 6.15pm, West County Ennis 6.50pm, Gort 7.20pm. Vigil programme Confessions 10pm, Vigil in Basilica 12am, Mass 4am. Bookings 068 31232 or 087 3966399. Fare €25.

TAKE THE PLEDGE FOR NOVEMBER: Take the short term pledge in honour of the Holy Souls: “I promise, in honour of The Sacred Heart of Jesus, and with the help of the Blessed Virgin Mary, to abstain from all intoxicating drink for November”.

NEW SEASON OF TOASTMASTERS: take place on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday at the Desmond Complex in NCW from 8.30pm – 10.30pm. There’s always a cup of tea on offer and it’s a social night out with a chance to learn a skill that will carry you anywhere you want to go. Further information Charles 087 7972855. Next meeting takes place on Wednesday, November18.

SINGING CLUB: West Limerick Singing Club are now holding their monthly singing session on the first Friday of each month at the Ramble Inn, Church St., Abbeyfeale from 9pm.

MEN’S SHED: The Men’s Shed is open every Monday evening from 6 -9pm. New members are always very welcome.

GLÓRACH YOUTH THEATRE: Progress continues apace as we prepare for a production in the New Year. A few slight alterations, rehearsals on Thursday have moved to the Cliabhán, the building behind the main theatre space. The classes take place from 7 to 8.30 pm, and are open to all secondary school students. Never too late to join the classes that are given by the excellent Chris Fitzgerald, for bookings ring 0871383940.

EFFECTIVE COMMUNITY GROUPS TRAINING: West Limerick Resources is offering a range of workshops for community groups this October and November. November 12: Sourcing Finance for Not for Profit Groups; November 17: Diversity – The Potential for your Community; November 24: Group Dynamics and Conflict Management. To register contact Suzanne on 069 79114 or email

SPACES FOR JOB SEEKERS IS GETTING CRAFTY IN NOVEMBER: For the month of November the Abbeyfeale Space for Jobseekers will be getting the creative juices flowing with some arts and craft workshops. Come along and enjoy some new, fun and interesting ideas every Monday and Tuesday morning from 10am in the Old Tech. New members welcome. Call Finn at West Limerick Resources on 087 759 1951 or 069 61316 for more details.

THE HILLS OF OLD KILCOLMAN: This traditional music C.D., proceeds of which are going to Milford Hospice is for sale in Ann Lyons, The Square and Philip Enright’s Ramble Inn.

SET AND SOCIAL DANCE CLASSES: Set and social dance classes for beginners at Top of the Town Athea on Monday nights from 8-30 to 10-30pm. Set dancing for advanced dancers at the GAA Clubhouse, Abbeyfeale on Wednesday nights from 8-30 to 10-30pm.Social dance classes at The Railway Bar Abbeyfeale on Tuesday nights 8-30 to 10-30pm. For further information contact 087-9267037/087-6101936.

ABBEYFEALE PARENT & TODDLER GROUP: Abbeyfeale Parent & Toddler continues to meet in St. Ita’s Hall every Tuesday & Thursday 11.30 to 12.30pm. New parents and babies/toddlers are always welcome.

ABBEYFEALE PARISH CHURCH NOTES: Parish office 11-1pm Tuesday-Friday 068 31133. +Parish Support Worker 068/31019. Counselling Appointment 061/314213.Church 068/51915, Canon John O’Shea P.P.: Tel: 068 – 31157 : 087 – 9708282, Fr Joe Foley CC: Tel: 087 – 2618412. 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, Sundays 9.30am and 12 noon. Mass Intentions: Thursday 10am Peg O’Donoghue. Friday 10am Mae Flynn, Main St. Month’s Mind. Saturday 11am Pat and Noreen O’Sullivan Purt. 7pm Billy Buckley, Knockbrack. Jack and Mary McKenna, Knockbrack. Sunday 9.30am Eileen Casey, Knocknasna. Cis O’Brien and family. 12 noon Patrick O’Loughlin Dromtrasna Collins, Johnny Flynn, Banard. Sheila O’Connell and deceased family members. Monday 7pm Joan and Moss FitzgeraldNovena to St. Joseph Monday at the 7pm evening Mass. Our Lady of Perpetual Help Novena each Friday morning at 10am. Adoration every Tuesday and Friday from 8am – 10pm and Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 6-8pm. The church Webcam is now officially switched on and broadcasting live. Almost anyone in the world can now view live broadcasts of events in Abbeyfeale parish church by logging onto A direct link from the parish website has been set up. You are asked to use car parking spaces in the Church car park before you start parking in the middle. Annual Mass of remembrance for those who died during the year will take place on Friday, November 20. Please hand in names of people who died outside the parish and whom you wish to have remembered at the Mass of Rememberance. World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims will be celebrated in Abbeyfeale church on Saturday, November 14 at 7pm. The Tree of remembrance will be on the Sanctuary for the month of the Holy Souls. Place the names of your deceased relatives on it using the tags provided. .

NATIONAL ANTIQUES, ART AND VINTAGE FAIR: It’s back again this coming weekend at the South Court Hotel, Raheen, Limerick.

PARENT TODDLER GROUP: Duagh Parent & Toddler Group is a great way for Moms Dads and Kids to make new friends. Come along and join in the fun on Monday Mornings from 9:30am – 11:30am. 0 to 5yr Olds. Music, Dance, Singing, Games & Chat. For more info contact Caroline 087 2921292. Looking forward to seeing you.

MONSTER CARD GAME: The annual 45 Drive with €2000 in prizes on offer takes place at Raheenagh Hall on Tuesday, November 17. There is a 9pm sharp start and as well as refreshments there will be a raffle for a selection of wonderful prizes. All welcome.

RATHKEALE AND DISTRICT HISTORICAL SOCIETY: Rathkeale & District Historical Society wishes to remind readers that its Autumn series of lectures is continuing in the Community Arts Office which is part of the Llimerick City & County Council Offices on the Ballingarry Road. This Friday night the lecture is entitled “Whiteboys of County Limerick,” and it will be delivered by Mr. Thomas Toomey. Thomas is a renowned historian and an accomplished author. He is a leader in the field of Limerick local history and this will be a talk to savour. The start time is 8.30pm and there is no admission fee. On Monday 23rd November at 8pm.

THOMOND ARCH. AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY: Dr. Helen Bradley Davis, Dept. of Geography Mary Immaculate College will give what promises to be a most interesting talk on the 1901 Census, People and place in Limerick City and mapping the 1901 Census.

UPDATE FROM FR.PAT MOORE: A lot of happenings this week. Four of the Kerry team were honoured with All Stars. Anthony Maher has brought joy to us all with his well-deserved award. Congrats to him and his family and friends. His humble, professional and sensitive way with us all is inspiring and Anthony has and is such a great role model for all. His impersonation of Paul O Connell was also impressive!! Duagh’s Sports and Leisure complex hosted a night for the ladies that is making Duagh a more colourful place today! Up to 300 people attended a ‘colour me beautiful’ experience. . It was a great success and congrats to all the organisers and participants. I managed to make it to the Radio Kerry Studios to do a live slot with Deidre Walsh in the afternoon during the week. I availed of the opportunity to thank so many for their warm support that was felt and needed. I also wanted to connect with so many ill people and those that support them. The slot went well thanks to Deidre’s warm, sensitive handling. And then Mary Oliver’s new book arrived in a big parcel from America. A memorable line in her new collection, "Felicity", says, "Everyday has something in it whose name is forever"

SEANCHAÍ CENTRE: Listowel native and former international marathon runner Jerry Kiernan will be in conversation with RTE’s Joe Stack at the Seanchaí Centre from Friday November 13 and former Kerry footballer Tomás O Sé will be interviewed by Billy Keane on Saturday November 14. Both events commence at 8 pm and admission is free. For more details contact (068) 22212,

HOW DO YOU KNOW IF YOUR RELATIONSHIP IS HEALTHY: “Loves Me…Loves Me Not… Makes me feel safe, Tries to control me. Accepts me as I am, Keeps me from seeing my family and family. Listens to me, Always blames me. Values my opinion, Makes all the decisions. Supports what I want to do in life, Teases, bullies and puts me down. Is truthful with me, Makes me cry. Always tries to understand how I feel, Embarrasses me in front of others. Likes that I have other friends, Is always checking up on me. Makes me laugh, Makes me feel afraid. Trusts me, Gets violent, loses temper quickly. Treats me as an equal, Takes my money and other things. Respects my family and understands my need for time alone or with family, Threatens to leave if I don’t do what I’m told.” Women’s Aid 1800341900 between 10am-10pm 7 days a week. Log onto and click on ‘get help locally’ for local refuge contact numbers.

ADAPT: Support is available in Newcastle West each week and there is a new survivors group called ‘Let’s Talk’ which is open to women. A 24 Hour Freephone Helpline is available 365 days a year at 1800 200 504. Court accompaniment and many other supports are also available.

PARENT TODDLER GROUP: Duagh Parent & Toddler Group is a great way for Moms Dads and Kids to make new friends. Come along and join in the fun on Monday Mornings from 9:30am – 11:30am. 0 to 5yr Olds. Music, Dance, Singing, Games & Chat. For more info contact Caroline 087 2921292. Looking forward to seeing you.

BOOK LAUNCH: The long awaited launch of Séamus Ó’Súilleabháin’s History of the Great Hunger in County Limerick will be launched in the Desmond Hall the Square Newcastle West on Friday November 13 at 8.00 pm. Ruan O’Donnell from the History Department of the University of Limerick will do the launch and John Cussen Newcastle West will chair the proceedings. Killeedy Comhaltas group will provide the entertainment. There will be refreshments served after the launch at Cronin’s Bar. Everyone is welcome.

MILFORD CARE CENTRE NOTES: Milford Care Centre & Anam Cara are holding a Bereavement Information Evening on Thursday, November 12 from 7- 9pm in Milford Care Centre, Limerick. The guest speaker for the evening is Kathleen O Connor. All Anam Cara Services are available free of charge to bereaved parents. Anam Cara will need to confirm numbers for room set up, we would appreciate if you could RSVP to info before Wednesday, November 11 or call us on 01 4045378. Compassionate Communities is a great Limerick community initiative from Milford Care Centre They have developed some really useful resources: Let’s Talk Leaflets, Let’s Talk films, support for the recently bereaved, and even encourage people to plan or reflect in advance about their own death using Think Ahead.Compassionate Communities also offers seed grants to individuals and/or community groups who would like to engage in an activity associated with death, dying, loss or care. Their 2015 Seed Grant Scheme is now open. Applications close on December 4 next.

HEALTHY MIND, HEALTHY BODY: The West Limerick Resources "Towards Occupation" Programme returns this November with a series of "Healthy Mind, Healthy Body" workshops. Focusing on well-being, self-care, fitness and nutrition, these workshops will be held on one morning a week over four weeks in Newcastle West from mid-November onwards. All are welcome to attend. Please contact Finn Fitzgerald on: 069 61316 or 087 759 1951 for more information.

BUILDING YOUR CHILDS SELF-ESTEEM: A new programme for parents of children from 6 to 12 years will run each Thursday until December 10 in the Newcastle West Family & Community Hub, NCW Community Centre. Time: 10am to 12 noon. Topics will include: Learn how to build your child’s self-esteem; Positive limit setting and boundaries; Understand Your Child’s Development and Emotional Needs; Have less fights and more positive time at home. Free of Charge. Open to any adult in receipt of social welfare payment or parenting alone. For a place call Theresa Shanahan at West Limerick Resources on 069 79113.

RURAL EMPLOYMENT & EDUCATION SERVICE: The Rural Employment & Education Service (REES) works with people who feel they need support to enter or re-enter employment, explore education/training opportunities or wish to become self-employed. We are base in the Round House, St Mary’s Road, Newcastle West. Outreach Services available in Abbeyfeale at the Old Tech on Thursdays from 10AM to 1PM (5th & 19th November, 3rd & 17 December). Contact West Limerick Resources on 069 61316.

COME KNIT WITH US: Duagh Family Resource Centre on Monday Nights from 7:00pm – 9:00pm. Everyone Welcome – Old, Young, Beginners & Skilled, Knitters & Crochet. Just bring your yarn & needles/hook. For more info contact Caroline 087 2921292. Looking forward to seeing you.

SENIOR HELP LINE: Do you need someone to talk to? Senior Help Line is a confidential listening service for older people by older people for the price of a local call anywhere in Ireland, LoCall 1850 440 444. Senior Help Line is open from 10.00am till 10.00pm, 365 days a year.

VOTE FOR BACK2NEW: Time is closing in on the "Better Together" video competition and the Back2New Community Upcycling Project would appreciate your support. Back2New Community Upcycling was established by West limerick Resources under the TUS work placement programme. The initiative provides opportunities for work experiences and skills development for long term unemployed individuals. You can view the video and vote at: One vote per device is permitted over a 24 hour period from now until November 20.

DANCING IN MONAGEA: Set dancing classes with Ita McQuinn every Thursday, from 8.30pm at the Parish Hall and continue until late Spring.

RAMBLING HOUSE: Jim Lyons hosts a rambling house in Knockalucka on the third Tuesday of the month.

CHRISTINE BEST HERBALIST: “I will be having a workshop on Sunday November 22 called ‘Discover your Roots, where we will be going into the garden and harvesting different roots, preparing them and using them to make up a few different remedies and drinks. It will be held at An Páircín Clinic of Herbal Medicine, Stacksmountain, Kilflynn, from 11am until 3pm and costs €40. You would need to bring along outdoor clothing, gardening gloves and wellies as well as a packed lunch. On Thursday December 3 I will be giving a ‘Winter Remedies’ Workshop at the All Therapy Centre in Rock St, Tralee from 7.30 until 9.30. The cost is €20”.

DANCING CLASSES: ‘The Mc Cormack Kelly Academy of Irish dance Friday at the Top of the Town Athea at 7 pm for step dancing and 8pm for Sean nós dancing’.

CO. LIMERICK DRUG AND ALCOHOL DROP IN CENTRE: If drugs or alcohol are a problem and you are over 18 then free help is available with no appointment necessary at the Hospital Family Resource Centre, Knockainey Road, Hospital. The service which is staffed by HSE Drug and Alcohol Outreach workers will be available on every second Wednesday from 10am – 12 noon. For further information contact Geraldine on 086 6076573 or Deirdre on 086 3840526.

JOE HARRINGTON’S RADIO PROGRAMME: Internet radio programme on Every Saturday 9pm to midnight (Irish Time). Country and Irish Music presented by …Joe Harrington
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EXERCISE CLASSES: Step & Tone classes with Maggie Large in Duagh Sports Complex on Tuesdays @ 7pm. Contact Maggie on 087 9866533, booking essential.

So now that you’ve have met me what will u do? Will u try me or not? It’s all up to you, I’ll bring you more misery than words can ever tell, come take my hand……I’ll lead you through hell. so trueLEARN TO PLAY A TRADITIONAL MUSICAL INSTRUMENT: Join adult tuition session held in Shanagolden each Thursday night. Beginners, improvers and more experienced players (all ages) are welcome to join. Beginners start at 7pm – Others from 8 pm -9 pm. For More information: Contact Carmel at 086 8676920 or 061 601923.