Urlingford

SCHOOL MUSICAL: Colaiste Mhuire students will perform the best rock ‘n’ roll musical called All Shook Up on Friday, May 13 at 8pm. Every year this transition year musical is a sell out with fantastic singers performing all your favourite hits.

SCHOOL MUSICAL: Colaiste Mhuire students will perform the best rock ‘n’ roll musical called All Shook Up on Friday, May 13 at 8pm. Every year this transition year musical is a sell out with fantastic singers performing all your favourite hits.

IRISH SUMMER CAMP: Colaiste Mhuire school will run another very successful Irish Summer Camp from July 18 to 22. Last year over 70 children took part ranging from 8 to 16 years. Further information from school office at 056 8831135.

PLC COURSES: Colaiste Mhuire is enrolling for Level 5 and Level 6 Post Leaving Courses. Places may be limited. Contact 056 8831135. Courses are available in welding, childcare and office/computers.

WHIST DRIVE: The next whist drive in Kilcooley school is on this Friday, April 29 at the usual time. Proceeds going to Parish funds. All card players will be welcome.

AUCTION: The Parish House, Mountfin, Urlingford has been put up for auction on Thursday, May 12 at Urlingford Arms Hotel. It was the house of ht late Rev. Robert Stephenson, Rev. T. Brennan, Rev. J. Kennedy, Rev. J. Carroll, Rev. J Langton. See adverts in paper, Thomas O’Dwyer Auctioneer.

TROCAIRE: Trocaire boxes or envelopes may be returned this coming weekend at all the Masses. Donations received will be sent through Ossory Diocese to areas in the world in need of materials and help so please be generous. Change your coins in to notes please.

ANNIVERSARIES: Anniversaries prayed for at all Masses last weekend in Urlingford and Graine: Johnnie Nevin, Templetuohy (and formerly of Urlingford), Sean Hayde, Clomantagh, Richard and Ellen Norton, Parks, Graine.

MACRA NA FEIRME: Kilkenny Count Macra na Feirme are holding a Golf Classic in Callan golf Club on Saturday, May 21. Teams of three. Men’s, ladies or mixed in E75. Tee times are from 2pm. Contact: 085 8107890.

SOCIAL DANCING: We are once again back social dancing in Urlingford Hall on Tuesday, May 3. Music by Brian McDermot. Supper served. Come and enjoy a great night in our community hall, so put your left leg forward.

MINISTERS FOR MAY: Ministers of the Eucharist: Saturday 7pm Danny Broderick, Danny Ryan, Sunday 11.30am Mary Farrell. Readers: Sat 7pm: Sinead Curran, Main St; Sun 11.30am: Barbara Joyce, Mountfin. Collectors Sat: Ciaran Bergin, John Cahill, Danny Norton, Tom O’Dwyer. Sun: Des Stanley, Patrick Hickey, Jim Looby, Michael Joyce. Care of Flowers: Mary Joyce, Maura Joyce, The Islands.

URLINGFORD COMMUNITY CHILDCARE: We are now taking names for enrolment for August/September 2011. Our modern custom-built centre caters for children between 12 months to 12 years (6th class) and has great facilities both indoor and outdoor. We offer Free Preschool in our excellent high scope preschool as well as substantial childcare grants for all children through the Government’s CCS and CETS schemes. If you would like more information please call Mick 056 8838562 or drop by. Summer camps will also be available for the month of July.

TIDY TOWNS: The Tidy Towns Litter pick-up have started and are asking all residents in all housing estates to pick up all rubbish in their area to keep all areas clean and beautiful.