National Spring Clean
Cashel Tidy Towns committee were out in numbers last Wednesday as part of the National Spring Clean Up. The National Spring Clean is Ireland’s largest anti-litter initiative organised by An Taisce who provide participating organisations with refuse bags and pickers. All materials collected are either recycled or disposed of for free. The campaign which runs throughout the month of April every year with clean-up events taking place in towns and communities all over the country. The Cashel committee were joined by pupils from St. John the Baptist Boys School, who were involved in a clean up around their school premises. The members of Cashel Tidy Towns did a sweep through many areas of the town and were out again on Thursday for more of the same over twenty bags of litter were collected. They meet every Thursday at 2pm on the Plaza and are always welcoming of new volunteers to help them with their ongoing work load.
Order of Malta
The Cashel Order of Malta Cadet Unit would like to thank all those who supported the Cadet Unit First-Aid demonstration and fundraising day held recently, which was enhanced by the face painting in Cashel Town Shopping Centre by kind permission. Thanks is also extended to those who supported their fundraising table quiz which was held in O’Donoghue’s Moore Lane, Cashel, by way of attending on the night, sponsoring a table, or a spot prize for the raffle. Thanks to O’Donoghue’s for use of their premises and sponsoring the refreshments on the night. Thank you to Sean Murphy Quiz master, Monica Comerford for her help and guidance up to and on the night. Last but not least to Cadet Leader Sean Devane who set the questions for the night.
Spafield Family Centre
Summer Camps - Pre-school children for five weeks from June 30th Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm. Also commencing on 30th June after school children for two weeks, again Monday to Friday, from 10am to 3pm. Contact Angela Hill at 062-63622.
Full notes in this week’s Tipperary Star