PROLOGUE: “I’ve missed more than 9,000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. 26 times I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life, and that is why I succeed.” Michael Jordan.

TIONOL. CO. LUIMNIGH 2023: Tionol Co Luimnigh 2023 is being held at Fr Casey’s GAA clubhouse on Saturday, February18th Presenters on the day include our own Riona Curtin, Jim McNamara of the Organic College and Billy Keane. The day of lectures will conclude at 5pm and cost €5. Then doors open again at 8pm for Breaking Trad with a mighty array of musicians including Dave Doocey Donal Murphy, Greta Curtin, Jessie Healy, Denis Curtin and Catherine Clohessy, Darragh Horan and Mike Galvin. Admission €20.

INVITATION FROM OUR NEIGHBOURING PARISH: Tournafulla GAA club are now taking names for boys – beginners to U1- that are interested in beginning to learn hurling with Tournafulla . Make new friends, have great fun, stay healthy, learn basic movements along with the basic skills of Hurling. Our Training will commence from March/ April – date TBC on Wednesday/Fridays at our pitch facilities at Tournafulla GAA Club. Beginners are those aged 5-7 (or those having started school since September 2022). Any older kids that are living in the parishes Tournafulla , Mountcollins, and Abbeyfeale are also more than welcome .to join us and see if GAA may interest them. All are very welcome and we look forward to shortly seeing our new GAA Beginners for 2023.Club Contacts: Dan Horgan 087 6410894 or Seamus o Sullivan 086 8263454- once contact has been made (Txt Msg/Call) you will be added to the relevant Whats App for 2023 training sessions. If you have any queries please feel free to contact Dan/Seamus

FR. TIM GALVIN RIP: On Thursday afternoon parishioners of Abbeyfeale and Brosna were deeply shocked and saddened on hearing of the sudden death of Fr Tim Galvin SPS. Fr Tim, was a member of St Patrick’s Missionary Society, Kiltegan. He was a man of deep faith and a passionate missionary, a humanitarian with a huge heart for people. For his family, and his colleagues in St Patrick’s Missionary Society, Fr Tim’s sudden death is a great personal loss. For his parishioners in South Sudan his loss is incalculable. Fr. Tim, has served in Riwoto, South Sudan, for the Sant Patrick’s Missionary Society since 2014. He had a great network of friends and supporters here in Abbeyfeale and right around West Limerick and North Kerry. We are all deeply saddened at his passing. We extend our sympathy and condolences to his sisters and extended family and to his brother priests in Kiltegan. Our prayers and thoughts are with them at this difficult time.

A Memorial Mass for Fr Tim and his family will take place here in the Church of the Assumption next Friday evening at 7pm.

FUNDRAISING AFTERNOON TEA DANCE: A Tea Dance will be held on Sunday

February 19 in Fr. Casey’s Clubhouse in aid of Kerry Hospice. Dancing 3 – 6pm to the smooth mellow sound of Paddy Quilligan. Admission €10. If anyone would like to make a donation please contact Mary on 087 6377310. Proceeds from this event will be made to representatives of The Kerry Hospice on the day. A great afternoon is guaranteed and you’ll be supporting a very worthy cause.

CONGRATULATIONS AND CONDOLONCES: It was hardly a fortnight since the wonderful news that Bishop Michael Lenihan OFM a native of Abbeyfeale had been elevated to the [post of archbishop in Honduras when news broke of the death of Fr. Tim Galvin late of Kilmanahan and South Sudan. Such a shock – we went from elation to anguish in a short few minutes. Fr. Tim was home during the summer as was Bishop Michael and both men in great form. God’s ways are not our ways. May Fr. Tim rest in peace. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

ABBEYFEALE ICA: The local branch has resumed meeting at the Adult Education Centre Mountmahon on Tuesday, February 7th at 7pm. New members welcome.

FREE BUS TO DIVINE MERCY CONFERENCE:, Divine Mercy conference Saturday, February 18 RDS Dublin. A free bus will leave from the Church of the Assumption, Abbeyfeale at 6am sharp and leave the RDS on the return journey at 8.30pm sharp. To book your seat contact 087 2788834.

ADULT IRISH SPEAKING CLASSES: Abbeyfeale branch of Conradh na Gaeilge has recommenced their very successful ‘ Coiral Comhrá on Wednesday evenings from 7.30 – 8.30pm in the LCETB located in the Old Tech, Mountmahon. The main aim is to promote advanced level ( Ardchúrsa).. The classes will run for six weeks and cost €30. Further information or to book your place from Donal Murphy on 068 31661 (9am – 5pm.)

JOBS: Kerry Group are currently recruiting for General Operatives in Listowel.

It is a full-time, seasonal position. The shift will depend on a team you join, and it can be either 12 hours a day, 4 days on 4 days off or 8 hours a day, Monday to Friday. Overtime is available.

ANOTHER MESSAGE FROM MAUREEN FINNEGAN: Please keep all those old candles that are of no further use to you but can be used to melt down to make new candles for the people in Ukraine, you can leave any unwanted candles into the Community Centre, NCW there is a box under the table in the entrance. Also the lady who has the shop across the road from the church in NCW on the corner will be delighted to accept them. Thank you.

SEAN BRODERICK RIP: We offer our sympathy to the family and friends of the late Sean Broderick, late of St Ita’s Housing and New Street. Sean passed away peacefully on Sunday night last. He was in his 97th year. Sean dedicated his whole life to serving the local community. He has left a very positive mark on local politics and on the many organisations he was involved in here in Abbeyfeale. Sean was awarded the Benemerenti medal by Pope Benedict for his services to the Church. We extend our sympathy to his daughters and extended family. May Sean rest in peace .Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

THE AMBUSH OF CAPT. PAT COYE: I got the following from a local correspondent. “The following is a brief account of the shooting death of Free State officer Pat Coye at Feale Bridge in January, 1923. Later that fatal day in the ongoing battle a member of the attacking Republican party, Jerry Lyons? was shot dead at Mein; N.B. Jerry O’Leary died there, not Jerry Lyons.Capt. P. Coye left Brosna Barracks at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, 27th January 1923, with five other soldiers and travelled towards Abbeyfeale. When they approached a bend on the road at Kilmanihan East, fire was opened on them from about 100 yards away with rifles and machine guns from the side of a cliff. After about ten minutes they were surrounded and machine guns were turned on them from behind. Darcy, one of the soldiers, was wounded and when called on to surrender, Capt. Coye said he would not surrender and told Darcy to say his prayers. He shouted also the “First Westerns never surrender.” He then fell and when asked if he was shot he made no reply. John Keogh and Bartly Carrig, two of his comrades, were also woundeBefore the ambush part of the Feale Bridge was blown up and guarded by a party of I.R.A. men, under the command of Jerry O’Leary, on the Kerry side of the bridge. Brosna barracks was also sniped during the attack to prevent assistance reaching the ambushed patrol. After the surrender of the soldiers the attackers, under the command of Humphrey (‘Free’) Murphy retreated towards Castleisland via the Meenleitrim road. Sometime later, word was sent to Capt. Fallon who was travelling from Newcastle West to Listowel. He collected a few men from the post at Abbeyfeale and went in the direction of the ambush. When he reached Feale Bridge he saw that it had been blown up and covered by heavy rifle fire from the Listowel side. He succeeded however in crossing the river and was joined by Capt. Con Brosnan. They fired some shots at the retreating I.R.A. men. Capt. Fallon and his companion Capt. Mortel commandeered a horse and side car, donned two women’s shawls and drove along on the side car towards Meenleitrim. They caught up with the retreating men near Meenleitrim Bog. Capt. Fallon then rested his rifle o the ditch and fired at them. At this stage young Denny O’Connor was shot dead and Jerry Lyons was wounded on his hip. The dead body of Denny O’Connor was then taken to Abbeyfeale. Jerry Lyons and a number of hostages were then taken to Abbeyfeale. Lyons was questioned by the army at Abbeyfeale and was later removed to hospital. The body of Capt. Coye was later taken to Limerick and then to Craughwell by train, from where it was taken to Loughrea Cathedral. He was buried in Kilchriest Cemetery. The late Capt. Coye was connected to the volunteer movement. He was an enthusiastic worker in the cause of Sinn Fein and following the rising he was interned with his two brothers at Frongoch. During the Anglo Irish War he held the rank of Brigade Quarter Master in the I.R.A. and was much sought after by the Black and Tans who raided his father’s house frequently. He had a number of hair breath escapes from them. After 1920 he represented the Kilconieran electoral division on the Loughrea District Council. Upon the formation of the National Army he was appointed Captain in the Western Division and held many important commands in Co. Galway. He was later transferred to Ennis and subsequently took command of the forces at Newcastle West. From there he was sent to Brosna. He was only a few months at Brosna when the ambush took place. Credit to ‘Knocknagoshel Then and Now, No. 11, 1994, ‘Thanks to Ray Marshall for contributing this!’

ATHEA DRAMA: This year’s production “The Anniversary” on February
11th, 12th, 16th,17th, 18th & 19th of February.Athea Community Centre.
Booking 087 6926746. Text or What app 087 6926746.

SMART VILLAGES/STRONGER COMMUNITIES: The North Kerry, West Limerick: Smart Villages, Stronger Communities project addresses the unique challenges facing Ireland’s rural regions. This project aims to unlock innovative new solutions for the sustainable growth and development of rural communities within the North Kerry – West

Limerick region. The final event is scheduled for Wednesday 1st March – 6.30pm to 8.30pm at The ListowelArms Hotel, Listowel, County Kerry. This event will present findings from the ‘North Kerry, West Limerick: Smart Villages, Stronger Communities’ project and will launch the regional and local plans developed as part of this process for Abbeyfeale, Athea, Glin, Ballyhahill, Loughill, Shanagolden, Carrigkerry, Ardagh, Templeglantine, Tournafulla and Mountcollins. It will also highlight important ongoing initiativesand projects across the North Kerry and West Limerick region which present further potential

opportunities for the roll out of the smart villages project. Speakers will include Veronica O’ Connor (Failte Ireland); Paraic Rattigan (Shannon Estuary Economic Taskforce); and Liam Cronin (RDI Hub). Register: Smart Villages – North Kerry and West Limerick (

SOCIAL DANCING IN THE ROCK: Rockchapel community centre committee have started adult dancing classes in the community centre every Thursday night from 8.30 – 10pm. If you are interested in learning to jive, waltz or quick step or just want to come to enjoy a nights dancing please text or ring Breeda 087/6818113 or Philomena 087 6809249. . Come alone or bring a partner.€10 per person – pay as you go.


CITIZENS ADVICE HELPLINE: You can contact them Monday – Friday between 9.30 -4.15pm on 076 1075780 or email limerick

WALKING: Operation Transformation – Ireland Light’s Up. The weekly walks in Athea continue on Thursday evening at 7pm.

MESSAGE FROM MAUREEN FINNEGAN: “We are collecting used stamps to help Servite Sisters look after 120 girls in St. Marys Home, Myanmar, formerly known as Burma. The Sisters were providing food, shelter and education to the students up until the military coup 2020 when all schools were shut. They live in a regime that is very controlling and dangerous, the prices for rice, oil and food have risen so the Sisters and their students are struggling as are all the poor in Myanmar. The used stamps collected are given to a stamp collector who pays €5 per kilo, so the more stamps we can collect the more funds we receive and with your help we can do this. Our priests in Marley are Servite priests so that is the connection between Ireland and Burma.” Maureen continues;
“Thank you to all those people who were collecting stamps pre Covid you can now either drop them into a box which is in the church porch side entrance near the Sacristy side of NCW church or give them to me, Maureen Finnegan 087 9845102. Stamps cut from envelope with just one inch around it please – no envelopes. Thank you.”

PILGRIMAGE: To Medjugorje Spiritual Director: Fr Francis Nolan. 6 – 13 September

2023. Return flights from Cork to Dubrovnik, for details & bookings contact: Group Leader – Maura O’Keeffe Harcksen (Tralee),Tel: 066 7127143 or 087 1517696.

SIAMSA TIRE: Kerry Civil War Conference runs from February 23-25 and features over twenty historians, experts and academics, also film on the Ballyseedy killings will be shown.

VOCATIONS: Poor Clare Sisters, Cork, considering a religious vocation? Zoom meeting Saturday, February 18. @ 3pm. Please email vocationspoorclarescork to receive the link for the meeting or

Vocations Seminar, Evangelisation & Vocations Conference, Diocesan Priesthood in a Synodal Church, 25th April 10am-4pm, Renehan Hall, Maynooth, Keynote Speaker Archbishop Rino Fisichella, Pro-Prefect of the Vatican, Dicastery for Evangelization, with a panel of expert speakers. Further information & registration visit, spaces limited, free event

PILGRIMAGE TO KNOCK SHRINE: Monday, March 20. €599.00 per person sharing. Price includes return bus to Knock, 4 nights’ in Knock House Hotel with full board. All entertainment and excursions included. Day trips to Westport, Ballintubber Abbey, Croagh Patrick, Fr. Peyton Centre & National Museum. Single supplement €100.00. Contact Patricia on 087 1890 236 or email knockpilgrimages

FESTIVAL: THE Wander Wild Festival, at Killarney from March 24th-26th. Many events are free, See for more.


ADORATION: Adoration will take place every Friday after 10am Mass until 7pm. Please
sign your name to cover one hour on the chart provided. The adoration may not continue if each hour has not at least two people covering. Adoration brings great blessings on the parish and we are so blessed to have our Blessed Sacrament Chapel where we can sit in a heated space and meditate and pray.

.BRIDGE CLUB: Abbeyfeale Bridge Club meet at St. Ita’s Day Care Centre every Thursday from 7.30pm. New members welcome.

NEW MABS OUTREACH CLINIC: On the second of Friday of each month (excluding bank holidays) a MABS Outreach Clinic will be held in St. Ita’s Hall from 9Iam -12.30pm. The contact number for appointments is 0818 072210 for the North Munster MABS Limerick Office. Those wishing to make an appointment must make the call themselves due to GDPR.

HOT DESK: Work Base E-Hub at Old Bank Building on Main Street is open for Business. For full details and pricing on Private Office Suites, Meeting Room, Hot-desks etc contact Ken Tobin on 086 816 2105.

AUTHORS VISIT; A Night with Thomas Keneally the author of Schindler’s List at River Island, Hotel on Friday, February 24th at 8pm.

GLÓRACH BINGO: Every Monday at 8pm. All welcome.

FATIMA: Fully escorted pilgrimage ex Dublin airport, May 9th-15th’23, Spiritual Director Fr. Noel Spring, Contact Premier Travel 021-4277700, email norardy or Maureen Harty 066-7131328 .

ABBEYFEALE YOUTH CLUB: We are hoping to have the Parish Youth Club up and running very shortly. There is a need for parent volunteers to help with the running of the club. If you have some time and are willing to help please contact Noreen Cullinane on 087 2353306.

ST. ITAS DAY CARE: Open to visitors every Tuesday. Morning Coffee and scones. Lunch, music and dancing. Contact Jane on 068 51850. Meals on Wheels available Monday to Friday (except for Bank Holidays etc)Soup €1; Main Course €7,Dessert €2.The menu is put on the St Ita’s Day Care Abbeyfeale Facebook page on Friday for the following week. Call 068 51850 for enquiries and booking. Call before 10.30 am on the day.

RALLY: Killarney Forestry Rally, route the Mullagherick Mountain, Fornane and Mount Eagle areas on Sunday, February 19.

REOPENING OF ABBEYFEALE MART: A sale is held every Saturday so please support. For further information 087 6903172/ 087 9480484.

ABBEYFEALE’S NIGHT AT THE OSKARS: The DVD’s and the USB sticks are on sale at the Day Care Centre, Toddy Mc Mahons, Batt’s in the Square and An Siopa Milsean . The DVD’s will retail at €10 each and the USB sticks at €15. Contact Jane at the Day Care Centre on 068 51850.

CHURCH NEWS: Abbeyfeale is part of the parish pastoral unit that consists of Athea, Templeglantine, Tournafulla and Mountcollins. Contact numbers are as follows:
Fr Willie Russell Tel 087/2272825. Fr Tony Mullins Tel 087/2600414 Fr Denis Mullane Tel 087/2621911. Fr Dan Lane Retired Tel 087/2533030. There is always a priest from one of the other pastoral areas on emergency call on Sundays and his name and number is published on the parish website and also on the weekly newsletter. Mass Wednesday 10am Eily O’ Connell, Meenkilly: Thursday 10am Noel Downey, Church Street Months mind.Larry Corbert Anniversary. Friday 10am Mary and John McSweeney Anniversary..
Saturday 6.30pm Jimmy Ahern, Shanbally. Margaret O’Connor, Knockbrack 1st Anniversary. Sunday 10am Bob Browne, Church Street Anniversary. Denis & Joan Collins and deceased family members. Mary & John Shannon Main Street Anniversary.
Monday 7pm Dan O’Donoghue, Convent Street Anniversary.

Lenten Adoration will take place this year from 10am to 6pm. A chart will be available near the tabernacle for people to sign /commit for one hour a week. Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, February 22nd.

.MANY YOUNG MEN OF TWENTY; Tuesday February 14, Thursday 16, Saturday 18, Sunday 19, Tuesday 21, Thursday 23, Saturday 25 and Sunday 26. Glorach Theatre, Abbeyfeale. Doors open 7.15pm. Tickets €10. Raffle on the night. Booking 087 1383940.

Take the TRIP of a LIFETIME to the HOLY LAND, 29th August-8th Sept. 2023.
Group Leader, Mícheál de Barra and Spiritual Director, Fr. John Newman
(Scripture Scholar). In association with Premier Travel, Cork
Contact Mícheál at 086-8337681 or email info
Of Limerick Saints and Seekers

45 CARD DRIVE: The 45 Card Drive continues in Raheenagh Hall every Tuesday at 8.30pm. All welcome.

KERRY FLEADH in Ballybunion: Saturday and Sunday 10th and 11th June 2023, and Saturday and Sunday 17th and 18th June. Comhairle na Mumhan CCÉ has announced that Fleadh Cheoil na Mumhan 2023 will take place in Tralee from July 10th to July 16th. Sult na nÓg 4th & 5th March 2023. Munster Ceol an Gheimhridh Finals will take place on Sunday 12th February 2023 in Brú Ború, Cashel.

SET DANCING: Set dance classes every Tuesday and Thursday at 8.30pm in Monagae Community Centre. Everyone is welcome including beginners and those that have not danced in ages. Come along and have a fun night of dance, exercise and friendship. For more information call 0863510774.

.RAMBLING HOUSES: Every 1st Thursday of each month there is a Rambling House in the Community Centre in Knockanure.. All musicians, singers’ dancers and storytellers are most welcome to attend. Knockalougha on the 3rd. Tuesday of the month.. Ita McQuinn’s Rambling House is on the third Friday of the month at the Desmond Complex, Newcastle West at 8pm. Listowel Rambling House takes place on the last Thursday of every month from 9.15 pm in the Seanachai Centre.

SET DANCING: With Timmy Woulfe Monday nights at 8pm in the Marian Hall, Moyvane, There are also Set Dancing Classes at Fr. Casey’s Club house Wednesday nights.

LEARN TO DANCE: Social dancing classes in the Plaza Hall, Listowel every Monday night for beginners 7.30 – 9pm. Waltzing Jiving, Quick Step, Foxtrot. Everyone welcome.

PRAYER MEETING: Janice Carrig holds a prayer meeting in the Desmond Complex on the last Sunday of the month.

GREENWAY: Limerick Council will start work on a new Greenway car park at Station Road, Newcastle West in early 2023. Design teams have been appointed to design Greenway Hubs at the Ardagh Stationhouse and the Abbeyfeale Railway Goods Shed.

LISTOWEL BINGO: Bingo is back Sunday night in the Plaza, Church St, at 8.30pm. Welcome back to all old and new players.

. COMMUNITY ALERT: Five ways to Wellbeing: Connect, Be Active, Take Notice, Keepi Learing. Give. www. mentalhealth If you have medical equipment that requires electricity, ensure that your electrical supplier is aware and that you are on the ‘Special Services Register’ so that they can prioritize your house. Layers are the best choice for staying warm in cold weather. Not only do the winter clothes themselves act as insulation, but the air between the layers insulates, too. If you have to drive in the frost leave plenty of time to reach your destination and to defrost the windscreen. I was at a meeting recently where the Garda made a presentation and they emphasised that road accidents caused by speed, drink and drugs are a problem as well as on line scams and romance frauds.
Leave a low energy light on at night time, preferably one with a high light output..Use a non-slip shower or bath mat. Make sure wires or cords, such as from lamps or telephones, do not trail where you walk. Arrange furniture so that you can easily move around all your rooms. Keep the floors clear from items such as papers and books that could cause you to trip, Remove rugs or use non-slip tape or backing so rugs will not slip. Consider installing hand rails on both sides of the stairs. Ask your relatives and neighbours for help if you need it. Keep their phone numbers on a list beside your phone. Learn your Eircode – if you have to call for help it will take the services straight to your door. Write ICE before your next of kin’s number in your phone so if you cannot communicate the services will be able to contact your next of kin. If you suffer from a gambling addiction there is a counsellor/psychotherapist available at the Listowel Family Resource Centre. Further information from 068 23584. If you are 65, you live alone or with a person/s aged over 65 you are entitled to receive a monitored alarm system. But if you have younger people living in the house who are out or if you spend long periods of the day on your own then, because you are spending hours alone you are also entitled to the system provided that you are over 65. The free equipment is provided by Pobal following an application from Abbeyfeale Community Alert, there will be a monitoring fee to be paid from the second year of installation to the installing company of €72. There may be some confusion over the word free – the equipment which costs in the region of €400 is provided free of charge by Pobal as is the first year of monitoring but after that you will be charged by the installing company for the monitoring. I have not included the phone numbers of the committee in this notice but if you want to get a panic button then ring Abbeyfeale Garda Station on 068 30010 and they will contact one of us. Should you not have a landline the installing company Task provide a sim card at a rate of €7.50 per month payable from day one with a deposit of 6 months payable on the day of installation. Then, in year two you will also receive a bill for the monitoring fee so in year one the bill will be €90 and in year two and every other year after it will €162 approx. If you wish, you can arrange a direct debit and pay this amount off monthly. Committee members are Michael O’Kelly N.T., Chairman Seamus Stack, Secretary Mossie Gleeson, Assistant Treasurer Kathleen Collins, Assistant Secretary Mary McArthur, John O’Sullivan, Billy Quirke N.T., Cllr. Francis Foley, Catherine Daly, Maurice O’Connell, Assistant Treasurer Marian Harnett.

HELPLINES: HSE Mental Health Information Line 1800111888. Senior Line Friendly Listening Service 1800 804591. If you are feeling vulnerable contact Pieta House 061 484444/ Samaritans 116123/061 412111. Bodywhys Eating Disorders Associations of Ireland alex Monday to Friday 10am – 1pm. 01 2107906. Jigsaw support line is now up and running on freefone 1800 JIGSAW (544 729). It will provide free mental health support and advice to young people aged 12 to 25 years old, and parents or concerned adults who live in the Republic of Ireland. Text 50808 to receive support from a volunteer. Depression & Bipolar Disorder Support supportmail A helpline for Men suffering domestic abuse operates 36 hours a week on 1800816588. Men’s Aid (Amen) 01 5543811 Monday – Friday 9-5pm. 24 hour helplines for women suffering domestic abuse 1800 341900 or Adapt 1800 200504. Limerick Social Services: 061-314111. AA 061/311222 Al-Anon 086/8143425. Parent Support worker 068/31019. Accord NCW 069/61000. Samaritans Freephone 116123 or text 087/2609090 or email jo National Suicide Helpline (Pieta House) 1800 247 247or text HELP to 51444. Irish Advocacy Network (Peer advocacy in mental health) 01 872 8684. Mental Health Ireland – Helpline 01 2841166. Alzheimers Society, Information and Emotional Help – 1800341341.AMEN( male victims of domestic violence) 0469023718. Pieta House (Suicide & self-harm) 01 623 5606 IACP (Counselling & Psychotherapy) 01 230 3536 Shine: (Supporting people affected by mental ill health) 01 860 1620 061 – 412111 or Free phone 1850609090 A.A. 061-311222. ACCORD; are now offering over the phone counselling for couples, Individuals & family members. Call: 01 5313331. Al-Anon 086-8143425 Bereavement Support: 068 / 31203 068/ 31262 068/51984 St Vincent De Paul Tel 087/1213560. Counselling Appointment 061/314213. . Milford Care Centre, Castletroy, Limerick. Tel: 061 485 800 Email: info Children’s Grief Centre, Limerick. Tel: 061 224 627 Email info@childrensgriefcentre. TeenTxt-Text: TEEN to 50101.

DO YOU HAVE NEWS: If there is something you’d like covered in the Abbeyfeale notes please contact me on 087 6866450 or email me on marianharnett1