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Templemore Bridge Club

Templemore Bridge Club

Results for 24 October 1st: Bridget O’Dea and Kathleen Egan; 2nd Margaret Brolin and Olivia Collins; 3rd Fr Murphy and Maura Wixted.

SALE OF WORK – St Mary’s

St. Mary’s Parish Sale of Work will be held in the Templemore Arms Hotel on Wednesday, November 2nd at 7.30pm. Many stalls, including blocks and turf, raffles and much more. The event is in aid of the Church Renovation Fund. All are welcome.

ICA News

Our next meeting will be held on Thursday Nov 3rd in the Canon Noonan Community Centre at 8pm. We are delighted to welcome back sisters Regina King and Valerie Sargeant with their beautiful handmade jewellery, and well known for their wonderful work in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society.

Looking forward to seeing a good turn-out on the night.

November - Remembering the Faithful Departed

A service of Remembrance will take place in the Church of the Sacred Heart, Templemore on Sunday 13th November at 3.00pm. Those who died in our parish in the past year will be especially remembered by name.

If you would like to have your relatives remembered in masses during the month of November envelopes are available at the church porches for this purpose. Return them to any church as soon as possible.

Indulgences for Faithful Departed: Conditions on Church Notice Board.

St. Martin de Porres Novena:

The Novena continues in Castleiney Church 7.30pm each evening. It concludes on Thursday 3rd Nov.

Templemore Set Dancing Club:

Céili & Old Time dancing in Fitzpatrick’s, Clonmore Fri 4th Nov. 9pm. Music Davy Joe & Carousel.

Templemore Graveyards:

From next week - a collection service of wilted flowers, wreaths only from the two cemeteries. Collection Areas: Inside the wall at gate of Old Church 11.30 - Town Park; 12.00noon - St. Mary’s Cemetery/Church; 2.30pm - Killavinogue Cemetery, Clonmore; 3.30pm - Killea Cemetery.

Citizens Information

Citizens Information Centre will be available on Wednesday, 9th November 2011 at Templemore Community Services Centre, Bank Street from 10.00am -12.30pm. No appointment is necessary and callers will be seen on a first come first served basis This is an independent, free and confidential service where you can find out about your rights and entitlements.

Templemore Carers

Templemore Carer’s Support group will hold Nov. meeting on Tues 8th, 8pm, Canon Noonan Day Care Centre.

Funeral Services 50th Anniversary

On the 12th of November 2011, to mark 50 Years in the Funeral Business, Eamonn Grey is holding an open day at his Funeral Home, from 12pm to 4pm and he would be delighted  if you could drop in on the day for some light  refreshments and a chat.

Eamonn has organised for the horse drawn hearse and a motorcycle hearse display, dove release and a tree planting ceremony by the grandchildren of the late Mrs. Bridget Ryan, Loughisle, Loughmore, who passed away on the 16th of October 1961, which was the first funeral service carried out by his Dad, Eddie Grey and Sean Grey.

Jewellery Display in Library

Local sisters Regina King and Valerie Sargent will once again display their beautiful hand-made beaded jewellery in Templemore library for the month of November. This is always a very popular display. All items on display are priced and for immediate sale. The girls design and make all the jewellery themselves with proceeds going to the Nenagh based North Tipperary branch of The Alzheimer Society which was set up in 2005. The society offers many services in North Tipperary including home care which provides invaluable help and support to many people and their families. With Christmas approaching why not pop into the library and do some Christmas shopping. The jewellery which is very reasonably priced make beautiful gifts, which would be welcomed by any lady and you’ll be supporting a very worthy local charity at the same time.

Re-Cycling Fundraiser

Templemore Ladies Football Club are holding a RE-CYCLING EVENT next Saturday 5th November. We are looking for clean clothes (items that cannot be reused can be used for industrial cloths), bedlinen, curtains, shoes, runners, soft toys, bags, belts, books (not school books or magazines) and mobile phones. The items can be left in to the Garda College pitch between 11am and 2.30pm Saturday next. If these times do not suit please contact 086 8417922 or 087 1238616 to make alternative arrangements for collection.


On Wednesday 2nd / Thursday 3rd November (6pm - 9pm) and Friday 4th from 2pm - 5pm and 6pm - 9pm at Templemore Town Hall. Admission is E2 and all are welcome.