2 bedroom house for rent 2 miles from town in a private setting.. available December €650 per calendar month. 2 references required. For more details please email email@example.com
The Templenoe Team who played in the intermediate county final against An Ghaeltacht in Austin Stack Park Tralee on Sunday October 29th 2017. They were defeated by one point, scored in injury time, in a thrilling and close game. The final score was Templenoe 0-14 An Ghaeltacht 1-12. Back Row; Danny Cahalane, Tadhg Morley, John Morley, Conor Murphy, John Rice, Killian Spillane, John Moriarty, Anthony Sheehan, Pat Spillane, Martin Reilly, Cian Hallissey, Kieran O'Neill, Jordan Whyte, Kieran McCarthy & Shane Cremin. Front Row; John Spillane, Sean Sheehan, Mike Hallissey, Colm Breen, Eoin Murphy, Joseph Sheehan, Gavin Crowley, Josh Crowley-Holland, Brian Crowley Captain, Dan O'Connor, Will Sheehy, Teddy Doyle & Stephen O'Sullivan. pic Mary O'Neill
St Vincent de Paul Society was founded in Ireland in 1844. It is the largest voluntary charitable organisation in Ireland and has helped people through famine, civil war, two world wars, and several economic recessions. The St Vincent de Paul Society offer direct, personal assistance that is non-judgemental and based on the need of the individual or family. They provide a wide range of services for vulnerable people through visitation, thrift shops and holiday schemes amongst other things. Their goal is to fight poverty in all its forms through providing practical assistance to people in need. SVP offers a wide range of supports from practical help and advice to a friendly ear all in the strictest confidence. Mothers with small children are the most vulnerable when problems occur within the family unit. For many the help required is immediate. In many instances those looking for help come from somewhere else with no source of income and need help instantly to put food on the table and heat in the house. SVP are here to help and even though there are many grants and allowances available from the state, still a number of people need that extra help to get them by. Other activities include visits to those in hospital, nursing homes and in their own homes. Many thanks to everyone who has donated to the St Vincent de Paul Society during the year. If this article affects you and you need help please contact Kenmare St Vincent de Paul at 087-6805264. The Kenmare Branch of the St Vincent de Paul Society are holding a Table Quiz and Raffle in the Brooklane Hotel on Friday November 17th at 8pm. Tables of 4 are €40. Please support this worthy cause
Sneem Resource Centre Annual Christmas Craft Fair Sunday 3rd December 11am - 5pm at Sneem Hotel. If you are interested in booking a table, we still have some available. Tables are €40 or €35 if you bring your own. To book please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 064 6645545
Kenmare Shamrocks GAA
Tonight’s lotto draw with a jackpot of €8,100 will take place in Crowley’s Bar at 8.00 If you’re not in you can’t win !!!
The Annual Mick mc Carthy Tournament was played today in Fr. Breen Park. Some very close and exciting games were witnessed, the final needing extra time to find a winner. Well done to all the players and managers 🔴⚫️
We are delighted to announce that Seán Kelly, former President of the GAA, will be our guest speaker at our Dinner Dance & Medal Presentation in The Kenmare Bay on Dec 2nd. Tickets for this event must be purchased by Friday November 24th. Tickets are available from O’Shea’s Main St & Mc Swiney’s Expert.
Don’t forget to purchase your tickets for the Dinner Dance & Medal Presentation which will take place in The Kenmare Bay on Dec 2nd. Tickets are available to purchase in O’Shea’s Main St and Mc Swiney’s Expert.
Kenmare Family Resource Centre
Moroccan cooking tonight! Next week sees the start of Christmas cooking for 4 Fri nights
Karena Constable, Art Therapist at Kenmare FRC every Thurs. Karena works with 6years upwards. We now have funding to subsidise this service. Give us a call if you think your child or teenager could benefit from this local service.
Classes Starting next week at Kenmare Adult Education Centre!
Pregnant Women or Parents of young children might be interested in taking part in this survey................ Giving Our Children the Best Start in Life Listening to the Views of Parents and Carers of Young Children A Survey by the Katharine Howard Foundation The Katharine Howard Foundation is conducting a survey to coincide with Universal Children’s Day which takes place on 20 November 2017. The aim is to get parents views on what helps parents most during pregnancy and the first three years of their child’s life - and what else would help. The Survey is open from 8th to 30th November and is available to access here or via KHF website, Facebook and Twitter. The findings from this consultation will be analysed and written up in report which will be made available on the website and social media avenues. Relevant agencies will be advised of the findings which relate to their services. www.khf.ie
Kenmare Athletic Club
Just a reminder that the second session of the Munster Development and Performance Squads takes place on Saturday 25th November in Nenagh Indoor Stadium. The Development Squad takes place from 11am to 1pm and is open to all athletes aged 12 years+. The squad will cost 5 euro per athlete. Please check in at the venue from 10.30am. Events covered on the day will be Short Hurdles (Noelle Morrissey), Javelin (Brian Scanlon), High Jump (Martin O'Grady) and Middle Distance (Sean Finn). The Middle Distance session will take place in Nenagh CBS grounds but please come to the stadium first to check in and get directions. The Performance Squad takes place from 1pm to 3pm and is for selected athletes only. If any selected athletes have not registered yet but would still like to attend, they can still register by paying the 25 euro on the day. All athletes selected for the Throws should bring their own implements with them.
When listening to Clare, and practicing your starts pays off...... Well done Luke🥇
Great running from Kenmare athletes in the munster uneven age XC champs today. Although there were no team medals this week we had two outstanding medal winners - Luke Merrigan who was 1st in the U9 boys race and Alyce O’Connor who was 2nd in the u17 girls. There’s no national final for u9 and u10 events but Alyce joins our other medal winners in the even ages to progress and represent club and province.
Great opportunity for anyone interested in some jump training in Castleisland next Sunday. Open to all registered athletes, the Munster squad will run alongside the Kerry squads.
Kenmare Bay Swim Club
Martin Arthur, Chairperson of Kenmare Bay Swimming Club, presenting cheques as a result of the Kenmare Bay Swim Club fundraising event, The Haunted Forest. The following recipients assisted on the night. Sheila O' Driscoll accepted €500 for Castletownbere RNLI Lifeboat. Maria Ward accepted €250 for Tousist Youth Club and Mike Donovan accepted €250 for Kenmare Rowing & Boat Club.
Our Kenmare Bay Swim Club Patrons! Keith Barry & Keith Duffy braving the cool waters of Kenmare Bay over the Halloween break...
Our great photo competition is closing soon! post your favourite Halloween shot to our Instagram or Facebook page to be in with a chance to win the luxury break in Kenmare Bay Resort luxury lodges!!!!! #KenmareBaySwimClub
A huge thank you to all parents, swimmers, friends and family who volunteered their time to help out at this years haunted forest. The event was a great success and the feedback we have received has been incredibly positive, the scariest one yet. We could not have done it without the support of everyone involved. Thank you so much, we are very grateful.