Hollyford

Tidy Towns - We have entered the National Tidy Towns Competition again this year, judging commences in June. We would be grateful for your support in maintaining the general appearance of your home or business premises. There are areas that need attention and with your help we can rectify this in the coming months. Rubbish is still a major problem in the area. As April is National Spring Clean month it would be ideal if residents of each road organised a general clean up of their area. This is our only source of funding and without this no improvements or painting would be possible. Thank you for your co-operation.

Tidy Towns - We have entered the National Tidy Towns Competition again this year, judging commences in June. We would be grateful for your support in maintaining the general appearance of your home or business premises. There are areas that need attention and with your help we can rectify this in the coming months. Rubbish is still a major problem in the area. As April is National Spring Clean month it would be ideal if residents of each road organised a general clean up of their area. This is our only source of funding and without this no improvements or painting would be possible. Thank you for your co-operation.

Tea Dance - The Community Centre committee will hold a Tea Dance in the Centre on Friday, April 15th. Music by Declan Aungier. Please support. All proceeds go towards the upkeep of the Centre.

Collection - A total of 1,251 euro was collected in Hollyford area for the Irish Cancer Society’s Daffodil Day. Many thanks to all who contributed so generously. Michael O’Halloran, Reagoulane was the winner of the Easter Egg. Raffle in aid of the Motor Neurone Disease. Many thanks to all who took part in the raffle, 350 euro was collected.

Recent Deaths - We tender our sympathy to the sons, daughter, brothers and other relatives of Michael (Micksie) Ryan, Kilcommon Village and formerly of Mienvee. He worked as an agent for Nenagh Creamery in the area during the 1980’s and 1990’s. Burial took place in Ballintemple Cemetery, Dundrum.

We tender our sympathy also to Mary and Michael Hanley and family, Glenmorgan on the death of Mary’s father, John Phelan, Ironmills, Cappawhite. May they rest in peace.

Pilgrimage - A Pilgrimage to Lourdes from Kilcommon will take place on October 7th for five days. Names and deposit of 200 euro to be given to Bowe Travel, Thurles by April 30th please.