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Arklow Boxing Club
Well done to Luke and Sean getting their hands raised in Wexford Leagues today.... Well done to Tegan who boxed on The Leinster Girls team v Connaught and won well. Well done also to Lukas getting the win in Rosslare last night.....
Important date for Boxing Club members. Santas visit to the club will take place on Monday 18th December. Party starts at 6.30pm 🎅 Training finishes then until the first week in January.
Busy weekend for Arklow Boxers.... Tonight Owen Moore and Padraig Keogh were in action in Kilkenny..Well done lads!! Saturday afternoon Claire Fleming, Amber Byrne and Tegan Farrell are in St Brigid's Kildare. Saturday night Lukas Godkin and Damien Aigbologa will be in Rosslare. Sunday in Wexford leagues we have Luke Mulhall and Sean Tyndall and Tegan Farrell will be in action in Kildare on Leinster v Connaught Girls Tournament.... Good luck to all boxers!!!
Some photos from Tuesday nights boxing!!! Well done to Arklow, Gorey, Na Fianna, Sacre Coeur, Enniskerry, St Ibars and Liberty boxers!!
Arklow United FC
Fantastic turn out for our last Nippers Academy of 2017 and a very big thank you to our special visitor who took time out from his busy schedule to pay us a visit. Thanks also to Noel and his fantastic team of coaches who give up their time every Saturday morning to coach the kids. Wishing all our Nippers and their families a wonderful Christmas and looking forward to seeing you all back on the 6th January ⚽️⚽️⚽️
Happy 8th Birthday to Reece Doyle from all your friends and teammates at Arklow Utd.
Gordon your sacked there's a new kid in charge.....
Arklow United were delighted to present a cheque today to the Flynn Family of over €10,000 which was the proceeds of our shave and dye and auction fundraiser. Massive thank you to everyone who shaved , dyed, donated auction items and raised sponsorship money for this worthy cause. The communities of Arklow and Bray should be very proud of themselves . We were also delighted to present a cheque for €800 to Arklow Cancer Support. Well done to everyone involved and as always Arklow United are proud to continue to provide football for everybody in the Community
Arklow Cancer Support
Many thanks once again to @LMH Engineering Arklow for their continued generosity to Arklow Cancer Support. Susan Dempsey Byrne, James Kelly and Andrew Fenlon dropped into our office to donate a cheque for €1500.00 to help maintain the much needed services of ACS to our local community.
Our men's group joined in the festivities at our Centre this morning. Lovely to see you all so well. Many thanks to Lorcan Brennan for facillitating their group session.
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Please share this Post. As a follow up from Blue Day Arklow Cancer Support invite all men to come along tomorrow morning at 11 am and meet with Lorcan Brennan to discuss reforming our men's group. "This is about men linking in with men". If you know someone who has had cancer, has cancer at present and who might benefit from this morning please send them along. All very welcome. You do not have to be a member.
Irish Rail Arklow Station
Pat signing off. I’m back on Monday from 06:30 to help with your journey. Have a great weekend.
Win a family pass to Winter Funderland plus Overnight Stay! Don't miss new attractions such as the Power Wave, Break Dance and the amazing "Around the World" as well as all the old favourites. Don't miss all the excitement at the RDS from 14th December until 14th January. Enter at http://www.irishrail.ie/funderlandrds
Good morning! Pat with you until 18:30. If you need any travel assistance just let me know.
Pat signing off now, I am back tomorrow morning from 06:30 to help with your journey plans.
arklow rock parnells gaa club
Only a few hours to go........see you all there!
Our U11 team would like to make a special thank you to their sponsors who helped them have their most successful season to date.
Competition Time! Merry Christmas! Just "like" and share this post for your chance to win five drinks of your choice on the night. Hope to see you all there...winner will be announced on the night.
AGM tomorrow night Thursday 7th December. Kicks off with camogie agm at 7.00 Juvenile Agm at 7.30 Senior Agm 8.00 Please come along and have a say in how you would like YOUR club to be run in the coming year
Some Santa pics that got missed!! Apologies to anyone waiting on them!!
ARKLOW RNLI launch to assist 9 metre sailing vessel Arklow Lifeboat was launched at approximately 12.00 on 13/12/17 to assist a sailing vessel which had requested help.. Our crew was tasked to the scene following a call for help from the vessel which had suffered machinery failure. The vessel and its crew of four were travelling from Plymouth to Bangor in Northern Ireland. Arklow Lifeboat proceeded to the scene near Clogga Beach and upon arrival Arklow RNLI’s volunteers established a towline, and once secured the vessel was towed safely into Arklow Arklow RNLI’s crew for this shout was Ned Dillon, Michael Fitzgerald, Roger Tyrrell, Andrew Loughlin, Trevor Conroy & Jimmy Myler Following the incident, Mark Corcoran Arklow RNLI Volunteer Press Officer said, “Big Thanks to our volunteers for going out on this very cold day, A quick reminder to all of our Christmas and New Year opening Hours- Like Always 24/7/365 .” Ends All Photos Jimmy Myler /Arklow RNLI RNLI media contacts For more information please contact Mark Corcoran, Arklow RNLI Volunteer Lifeboat Press Officer on 0868260439, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Nuala McAloon RNLI Press Officer on 087 648 3547 or email Nuala_McAloon@rnli.org.uk or Niamh Stephenson RNLI Public Relations Manager on 087 1254 124 or 01 8900 460 email Niamh_Stephenson@rnli.org.uk RNLI online For more information on the RNLI please visit www.rnli.ie News releases and other media resources, including RSS feeds, downloadable photos and video, are available at the RNLI Press Centre www.rnli.ie/press Key facts about the RNLI The RNLI charity saves lives at sea. Its volunteers provide a 24-hour search and rescue service around the Ireland and the UK. The RNLI operates over 230 lifeboat stations with 44 in Ireland. The RNLI is independent of the Coast Guard and government and depends on voluntary donations and legacies to maintain its rescue service. Since the RNLI was founded in 1824 its lifeboat crews and lifeguards have saved over 137,000 lives. The RNLI is a charity registered in England, Scotland and the Republic of Ireland. Charity number CHY 2678 in the Republic of Ireland and registered in England and Wales (209603) and Scotland (SCO37736)
Stay Safe during this cold snap!! https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1905425526139112&id=355501164464897
Our Volunteers Christmas opening hours for this year!! #rnli #respectthewater
Arklow Tidy Towns
Don’t forget to feed the birds this winter!
Arklow Sailing Club
Santa at Arklow Sailing Club 2017. Thank you for your donations to Arklow Cancer Support
Arklow Rocks Camogie