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News for 15th April 2024 to 21st April 2024

If you have any news or upcoming events you would like included in this section please contact one of the addresses below:



The Defibrillator for the Clonegal area is Located at:

John Dunne
Public House
Main Street
(Right of the Entrance)

The Opening Code is:

C 1234











A new heated cabinet for Clonegal Defibrillator
A new heated cabinet for the Clonegal Defibrillator has been installed. The opening code is C1234.
Clonegal would like to thank Councillor William Paton for his very generous contribution towards the heated cabinet and the remaining amount was covered by Clonegal Tidy Village Association.
We are indeed very grateful to Councillor Paton for his very generous support.

Kildavin Community First Responders - Defibrillator

The Defibrillator for Kildavin area has been relocated on the external wall at Conway's Pub, on the Clonegal road, at the stop sign. This is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, should it be required in the case of an emergency.

Clonegal Video

A video of Clonegal has been produced by Ellard Browne Limited directed by the late Hugh Browne and music is by Jason Culleton.

Clonegal Kildavin Community Newsletter Issue 100.......13th April 2024
The Community Newsletter is now a fortnightly publication
If any individual or groups wants to have their activities, events or items of local interest included in this Newsletter, please email the following address Items received before close of business on Thursday of each week will be included in the following week’s edition. A hard copy of the Newsletter will be available free in the following locations, Jimmy Kelly's Kilbride, Conway’s Kildavin, Dunne’s Bar Clonegal, Plunkett’s Clonegal, Osborne's Clonegal, and Egan’s of Parkbridge. The Veteran Players are grateful to these businesses for their support, and they encourage everyone to support them when picking up their copy of the newsletter.

To view or download the current Clonegal Kildavin Community Newsletter please click/tap on the above image (PDF format)



Parish Newsletter - 14th April 2024

Change of Telephone Number at the Parochial House Myshall
Due to technical difficulties the contact telephone number for the Parochial House, Myshall has to be changed. The new contact number is 086-3196978. Please help to circulate this new number. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

Carnew Darkness Into Light Walk 2024

Join the Carnew Darkness Into Light Committee in supporting Pieta House, a beacon of hope for suicide prevention and mental health awareness for our official walk together from Carnew Fire Station at 4.15am on May 11th.
Don't miss out on being part of the most important sunrise of the year especially as its Carnew's first year of being an official Darkness Into Light venue. Get your tickets now -

Join Pieta and Electric Ireland at sunrise on Sat 11th May for Darkness Into Light and give the gift of hope to those impacted by suicide and self-harm. Join an organised event across Ireland and the world or you can walk, swim, bike or simply share your sunrise moment.


Retreat / Reflection Day

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Community Podcast ChatterboxY21 - Number 1
The Clonegal Kildavin Veteran Players have launched the first episode of their Community Podcast ChatterboxY21. Carmel Gibson talks to Deputy Michael Healy Rea on the challenges facing Rural Ireland. The role of the independent T.D. his principles, passions and family
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Ms. Carmel Gibson

Deputy Michael Healy Rea

To link with the Podcast please click / tap on the images above.

Community Podcast ChatterboxY21 - Number 2
The Clonegal Kildavin Veteran Players have launched the second episode of their Community Podcast ChatterboxY21. Enda Smyth interviews John Shark Hanlon about his life and times and the horse racing industry he is a part of.
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Enda Smyth

John Shark Hanlon

To link with the Podcast please click / tap on the images above

Community Podcast ChatterboxY21 - Number 3
Tom Murphy Seanachaí extraordinaire
Tom Murphy local storyteller shares three very entertaining stories with us. He speaks about his love of storytelling and how Toastmasters helped him pursue his passion.
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Carmel Gibson

Tom Murphy

To link with the Podcast please click / tap on the images above

Community Podcast ChatterboxY21 - Number
Christmas its Joys and Sorrows
Our Christmas Podcast Features an interview with John McCabe and Brian Keenan on the work of our local St, Vincent De Paul in assisting many who find Christmas Challenging. This is followed by an interview with Dan Murphy on his memories of Christmas in different times.
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To link with the Podcast please click / tap on the images above

Community Podcast ChatterboxY21 - Number
Niall Murphy - Minding Your Mental Health
Niall Murphy is well known member of our local GAA club, Kildavin Clonegal but more importantly, he is an ambassador for the importance of mental health and more importantly youth mental health. Niall recounts his own experience and has invaluable advice for those who may be facing mental health issues.

Carmel Gibson

Niall Murphy

To link with the Podcast please click / tap on the images above

Community Podcast ChatterboxY21 - Number

Sheila Kirwan First Aid, Cookery, Sport and Volunteering
This month we hear from Sheila Kirwan, a well-known community member. Her Culinary skills and commitment to providing first aid, CPR, and AED training has brought her into contact with many community members. She is a willing volunteer with many of our voluntary groups who regularly exploit her gifts and talents.

Carmel Gibson

Sheila Kirwan

To link with the Podcast please click / tap on the images above

Community Podcast ChatterboxY21 - Number

Donal Murphy Chairperson and Wayne Austin PRO of Kildavin Clonegal GAA Club describe how the Club has maintained its place as a bedrock organisation in the Community, How it has and is adapting to the new Ireland and how it feels that the exponential growth in participation places it on the threshold of significant future successes both on and off the field

To link with the Podcast please click / tap on the images above

Community Podcast ChatterboxY21 - Number 8
Clonegal Kildavin Veteran Players Podcast Chatterbox Y21 has posted interviews with 14 of the Candidates running in the Tullow Municipal District for Carlow County Council. The Veteran Players wish to support the democratic process. So it created an opportunity for all the voters in the Tullow Municipal to hear what each of the candidates stands for and what they wish to deliver if elected. The Podcasts which are divided into 3 episodes can be found wherever you get your podcasts or on the Clonegal Kildavin Veteran Players Facebook Page and below.

Meet the Candidates Tullow Municipal District Part 1.
There are three podcasts where you will get to hear from candidates running for election to Carlow County Council for Tullow Municipal area in the upcoming local elections.
In this Podcast you will hear from:
Brian O Donoghue (FG,) Annette McDonnell (Ind), Jim Deane (S.F) Billy Nolan (Ind), John Pender (FF)

Meet the Candidates Tullow Municipal District Part 2.
In this Podcast, you will hear from:
Catherine Callaghan (FG) Ken Gahan (S.F) Patricia Fenellly Nolan (Ind,) Daeln Murphy (National Party) Wm. Paton (Ind)

Meet the Candidates Tullow Municipal District Part 3.
In this Podcast you will hear from:
John McDonnell (FF) Ben Ward (FG), John Cahill (People Before Profit) Charlie Murphy (Ind).

To link with the Podcasts above please click / tap on the relevant image

Heritage Audit of Kildavin




This Heritage Audit of Kildavin, Co. Carlow was commissioned by the Cranavane Holy Well
Committee and was supported by the Heritage Council's Community Heritage Grant Scheme 2023(Reference number: CH18040). It will provide a baseline study of all the monuments and heritage
assets found in Kildavin and its surrounds. The audit was carried out by Colm Moriarty, who is
licensed archaeologist.

To view / download the Kildavin Heritage Audit please click / tap on the image

(PDF format - 6.4MB download)








Spellman Hall
Spellman Hall has undergone a complete rewiring of the building, along with a bit of cosmetic facelift. The Spellman Hall is now re-opened for business. Spellman Hall is a parish facility that is available to the community of Clonegal & Kildavin and the surrounding areas for various meetings and gatherings. If you wish to make use of the hall, contact: the caretaker - Luke Hayden (087) 6430152 or any member of the Hall Committ

SuperValu Tidy Towns Competition 2023
On Friday 6th October in Croke Park Conference Centre the results of the Tidy Towns Competition were announced. Minister Heather Humphreys T.D. and the CEO of SuperValu Mr. Ian Allen were present at the Awards Ceremony. Clonegal was awarded a bronze medal and second in County Carlow with the total points of 362 an increase of 6 points on last year. Clonegal Tidy Village Association wishes to thank the Committee for their commitment, dedication and all their hard and constant work which is very much appreciated. Also many thanks to all the volunteers who kept the village looking so good for the adjudication. Thank you so much.
To view the adjudication report please click / tap her

Masses in Clonegal and Kildavin


Monday 15th April - Mass at 10.00am
Tuesday 16th April - Mass at 10.00am
Wednesday 17th April - Mass at 10.00am
Thursday 18th April - Mass at 10.00am
Friday 19th April -
Saturday 20th April - Mass at 6.30pm

Sunday 21st April
- Mass at 11.30am

Parish Collections
The main source of Parish Income comes through our Sunday collections, as a result of the Covid-19 restrictions our collections have very much depleted. Please continue to support the parishes, offerings can be left in at the Parochial House or Parish Office at Myshall. Donations can be made on-line using the diocesan website The diocese in turn will forward your donation to our parish. There is also an option of making a donation through your bank or using the on-line banking facility. The details of our Parish Accounts are as follows:

Clonegal Bank Details
Bank Name and Address: Bank of Ireland, Bunclody, Co. Wexford.
Name of Account: Clonegal-Kildavin Parish Church NO 1 A/C Current Account
IBAN: IE06 BOFI 9065 2311 1606 32
(you can put your name and address in the Ref. box)

The House of Song and Story
The House of Song and Story continues on the forth Tuesday of every month from now on in Osborne's at 8.00pm. All are welcome

Bunclody Day Care Services
Bunclody Day Care Serices are open Tuesday & Thursday 10.00am - 4.00pm
Monday Club 10.00am - 2.00pm

Tullow Day Care Centre
Tullow Day Care Centre are delighted to advise that they are now fully operational and would love to see all their clients return and invite new clients to attend our service. We continue our meals on wheels and are delivering to the Kildavin/Clonegal/Myshall areas. The Centre offers three-course meals each day and caters for individual needs, meals are delivered directly to your door. Please contact the Centre on 059 9151833 to find out full details.

Kildavin / Clonegal GAA, Ben Mulhall Park Lotto Results

Monday 14th April 2024
Numbers drawn were 05 - 21 - 26 - 27
No Jackpot Winner - No online winner
Jackpot €9,800
1 Match 3 winner -

Angela Kavanagh, Lackabeg
Sellers Prize: Frances Whelan
Next draw will take place on Sunday 28th April in Kavangh's at 9.00pm
Tickets €2.00 each or 3 for €5.00

Play Lotto Online

Click on the button below to play the Lotto Online

Ballon Business & Training Service

All of our courses can be booked directly through our website
Check out our courses on the link below.

To book any courses, please contact 059-9159447
Ballon Business & Training Service
The Old School
Ballon Co. Carlow
Tel: 059-915-9447

Monday night 8:45pm in Day Care Centre Bunclody.

Church of Exaltation of the Holy Cross, Myshall - Webcam

To link with the Myshall Parish webcam please click / tap on the image below

Masses for this week via the webcam are as follows:

Tuesday 16th April - Mass at 10.00am
Wednesday 17th April - Mass at 11.00am
Thursday 18th April - Mass at 10.00am
Friday 19th April - No Mass

Sunday 21st April - Mass at 10.00am

Dog Owners – Please Comply
There has been an increase in dog fouling in the village of Clonegal. Clonegal Tidy Village Association asks dog owners to restrain their dogs and not allow them roam freely through the village. Also, dog owners who walk their dogs in the village are asked to pick up after their dogs. Unfortunately, dog fouling has occurred on graves and wreaths in the Cemetery on the Tullow Road. Everybody realizes that this is very upsetting or families who have loved ones buried in the Cemetery. Please ensure dogs do not enter the Graveyard. Dog litter is toxic and is very dangerous particularly to children. In the interest of health and safety, please keep Clonegal Village and the Cemetery free of dog fouling.

Bunclody Library Events for April 2024

Don't forget to make sure that your library card is up to date to access our amazing range of eResources 24/7!

Vinyls now available at Bunclody Library!
We are delighted to announce that the Bunclody Library vinyl collection is now ready for lending to the public! We currently have a small selection to choose from and hope to expand the collection over the coming months. Adult patrons can borrow 3 vinyls for three weeks at a time - a great way to listen to some of your favourite bands and singers and save money!
Vinyls can not be reserved and must be borrowed and returned to Bunclody Library only. Pop in and see what we have in our collection!

Adult Events

Bunclody Library Knitting Group
Every Thursday, 10.30am-12pm
New members always welcome! Just pop in on Thursdays and meet the other members!

Mindfulness, Meditation & Sound Therapy with Sundara Selfcare
Thursday 25th April, 7pm
Join Bernadette Murphy from Sundara Selfcare for a relaxing mindful evening which includes tips on bringing Meditation & Mindfulness into your daily life, the session will end with some sound therapy leaving everyone feeling relaxed, balanced & better able to cope with life!
Booking essential. To book a space, please visit here. If you require additional assistance, please ring the library at 053 9375466.

Classic Film Club at Bunclody Library
Friday 26th April, 11am-1pm
Join us every month for a classic film for adults. Library staff will select the perfect movie to take you back in time to some of Hollywood's greatest moments. This movie is for adults only.
Booking essential. To book a space, please book here. If you require any additional assistance, please contact the library at 053 9375466.

Digital Help Hub
Thursday 2nd May, 10.30-2.30pm
The Digital Help Hub is available on Thursday 2nd May from 10.30am to 2.30pm here in Bunclody Library as part of the AONTAS Adult Learners Festival.
Do you struggle with IT, need help with using the internet or your smartphone/tablet? The Digital Help Hub to help you understand technology better and is free, confidential and one to one.
Contact the Digital Help Hub on 089 9843815 for an appointment or simply drop-in. Timetable of dates and venues, from now until May 2024! Please share with anyone you know who might need this helpful information.

Study Spaces at Bunclody Library
Calling all students! Here in Bunclody Library we will have a dedicated time each day in our meeting room for students to come in to study. Please note that these spaces are on a first come, first serve basis. We ask that the students follow a few rules- no talking, no eating or drinking (water is ok).
Every morning, the time the study space is available will be posted here on Bunclody Library Facebook. Please let any students who need a quiet space know.

Sensory Friendly Quiet Hour is coming to Bunclody Library! Every Saturday from 4.00-5.00pm, Sensory Friendly Quiet Hour will be observed in the library. We encourage you to come along and relax in the calm environment of the library. All welcome!

Radon Monitors
Radon monitors are available to borrow from all library branches in County Wexford.
All you need to borrow a radon monitor is a library card! If you would like to request a Radon Monitor, please contact the branch for details.

Home Energy Saving Kit
Did you know by implementing easy energy saving measures, you could reduce your energy bill by up to 20% while improving the comfort of your home and helping contribute to a better environment at the same time?!
The Home Energy Saving Kit is the ultimate toolkit that helps you save energy at home. With 5 easy-to-use tools and 6 practical exercises, thiskit allows you to get a better understanding of the energy usage inyour home. The Home Energy Saving Kit is now available to borrow from Bunclody Library. All you need is a library membership card! If you would like to request an Energy Saving Kit or Radon Monitor, please contact the branch for details.

Children's Events

Sensory Friendly Hour will be observed in Bunclody library every Saturday between 4-5pm. We encourage you to come along and relax in the calm environment of the library. All welcome! No booking required.

Check out LOTE4Kids (Languages Other Than English), a new resource available for all our library users!
LOTE allows children and culturally and linguistically diverse families to learn a language and connect with books through the magic of storytelling.
Users can choose from thousands of audio-picture books in 50+ languages,(Irish picture books will be added soon!) together with English translations, and it’s suitable for ages 3+. LOTE4Kids is available to access right now! All you need is your library card number. To see what LOTE4Kids is all about, please visit here to find out more.

Rhymetime at Bunclody Library
Every Wednesday at 11.15am
Join us for stories, songs and rhymes for toddlers and young children. All welcome and no booking required. This event is perfect for ages 0-5 years.
Should you require any additional supports to enable you to fully participate in this or any library event please contact the library at 053 9375466.

For all the events above that require booking, please book for the child only. If you require any additional supports to participate in any of the events, please ring the library on 05393 75466.

Bedtime Storytime
Thursday 18th April, 7-7.30pm
Join us for a Bedtime Stories event in Bunclody Library. Suitable for 3-5 yrs. Make sure and wear your favourite PJ's and bring along your favourite cuddly toy!
Children of all ages love bedtime stories. It's never too early to start reading to your child so why not pick up a book from your local library and start tonight! Booking essential. Please book for the child only. To book a space, please visit here. Parents/guardians must remain in the library for the duration of the events.
If you require any additional supports to participate in this event, please contact the library on 05393 75466.

Spring Creation Station
Saturday 20th April, 11am-12.30pm
Pop into Bunclody Library to create a Spring craft. This is a family-led creative event where we invite families to sit down, relax and make some wonderful creations together. All materials will be provided. No need to book. All welcome!
If you require additional assistance to participate in this event, please contact the library on 05393 75466.

Just Read! Junior Book Club
Saturday 20th April, 2.30-3.30pm
The book club will be meeting to discuss a selection of books chosen by the group. The next book chosen will be The Legend of Podkin One-Ear by KieranLarwood. If you would like to join the book club for ages 9-12 years, please contact the library on 05393 75466.

Spring Into Storytime Storytime & Craft
Saturday 27th April, 11am-12pm
As part of our Spring into Storytime programme, join us for a storytime and a Spring craft for ages 4-7 years. Please book a space for the child only. To book a space, please visit here.
If you require additional assistance to participate in this event, please contact the library on 05393 75466.

Kids' Board Games Afternoon
Saturday 27th April, 2-3.30pm
New event! Pop into the library this afternoon to play some of our favourite children's board games. This is a family event. No need to book – all welcome!
If you require additional supports to participate in this event, please contact the library on 05393 75466.

Stars Wars Lego Challenge
Thursday 2nd May, 3.30-5pm
To celebrate Stars Wars Day, we are holding a special Star Wars Lego Challenge. Can you create a new spaceship for Luke Skywalker? Why not make a new planet for the stormtroopers? Pick a Lego challenge card and create something amazing!
Perfect for ages 8+. Booking essential. Please book for the child only. To book a space, please visit here. If you require additional supports to participate in this event, please ring the library on 05393 75466.

Transparent Language- your free language eResource
Did you know that you can learn over 110 languages on our free library app Transparent Language? All you need is a library card and a pin number. There is a dedicated English course for Ukrainian speakers available and also a kids' version!
To find out more: please visit

Sensory Toys and Assistive Resources (STAR) Collection
The Sensory Toys and Assistive Resources (STAR) collection holds over 100 items and was developed to support children and young people with additional needs. Items such as toys, special aids and literacy apps can be borrowed from all libraries in County Wexford. Any person living, working or attending school in County Wexford can apply for a STAR card. Items have been chosen to aid various skills such as fine motor skills or sensory processing development.
This collection was carefully developed in collaboration with therapists and can be accessed free of charge in all library branches throughout Wexford county. Terms and conditions apply.
The Sensory Toys and Assistive Resources (STAR) catalogue can be viewed here .
Items in this catalogue can be requested by contacting Bunclody Library and collected from any branch in County Wexford.

Library Membership
If you are not already a library member, why not drop into Bunclody Library and sign up. It's free to join and once you're a member, you can use your card in any library in Ireland! Members can borrow up to 12 items (books, audiobooks, CD's, DVD's) for 3 weeks . Free Wifi, computer access and study spaces are also available. Bunclody Library also provides a safe and comfortable place to sit down and read a book or newspaper.
Being a library member gives you access to a wide range of eResources for free with your card- BorrowBox (ebooks & audiobooks), Libby (magazines & graphic novels), Transparent Languages, PressReader ( newspapers), Freegal (music), Universal Class (over 500 online courses ) & much more.
All you need to join is photo ID and proof of address. Why not call in and join up today. You can also join online here

Wexford Libraries App
Access your library 24/7. Online resources include eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines, newspapers, eComics & Graphic Novels, music, take eLearning or language courses, business, education and research databases and more.
Wexford County Council Public Library Service now has its own user friendly library app. The Library App is user-friendly, so you can discover new experiences, online content, and so much more, quickly and easily.
The new app offers access to the library catalogue and to the library user's account, so you can reserve & renew items from anywhere once you have Internet access.
Families with numerous cards can keep the entire family’s account details in one place, with loans and requests for everyone available at a glance.
The online library and library social media platforms, news and our library events calendar are available in one place. eBooks, audiobooks, music, magazines, courses as well as other resources can be downloaded directly to your device.
Using the app it is easy to find your nearest library, with directions via Google maps along with opening hours and contact details.
The app is contactless, safe and hygienic. It allows library members to simply tap the item they wish to borrow with their smartphone and the item details are registered to their account.
The Library App is available on both Google Play and the Apple Store, just search for 'Wexford Libraries' and download for free.
You can also find the app by visiting
For further information please contact Bunclody Library at 053 9375466.

Bunclody Library
Mill Wood
Co. Wexford,
Y21 E970
Tel: 053-9375466

Drone Video of Kilcarry by Tom Murphy

To view the above video click / tap here or on the image above

Do you want to Re-home Unwanted Items?

Clonegal / Kildavin Community Website has set up a Facebook page to facilitate people to recycle and re-home items they no longer have need of. All items published on this page must be free as the page is not a selling platform. It is a Facebook public group page and to participate you must join the group.
To view the page please click / tap here




Ben Mulhall Savings Club


The Ben Mulhall 2021 Savings Club will not resume until further notice.

You are not Alone Support Group
Drugs and alcohol addiction know no boundaries. You are not alone, help is always available. Please contact You are not Alone Support Group on 085 7872730 for a confidential and non judgemental service.

Grow Is Here To Help You

Are you struggling with anxiety or depression? Finding life difficult? Isolated?
Our Mental Health Support groups are free and confidential and open to all, no referral or booking needed. Meeting times are:
Tuesday at l0.00am - Grow Office, Barrack Street Kilkenny
Tuesday at 1:45pm - Catherine's Social Services Centre, Joseph's Road, Carlow Town (Across-from the Train Station) Wednesday at 8.00pm - Grow Office, Barrack Street, Kilkenny.
Friday at 10.30am - Grow Office, Barrack Street, Kilkenny.
Ceart Grp: mental health effects of living with chronic pain/long term illness. Charity No. 20023294
Email: GROW (Ireland) info-line 0818 474 474,
GROW (Ireland) Web:
To Donate to GROW please visit
To Volunteer for GROW visit

Waste Prevention & Recycling

Tricks & Tips
To prevent waste and conserve
natural resources please use thesehelpful tips in your home.
To view / download the brochure please click here or on the image




Kildavin Clonegal GAA

You can buy your Kildavin Clonegal GAA Gift Vouchers now from the club. You can give your friends the gift of gym membership, club membership or room hire

Weavers' Cottages Museum

Come and visit the Weavers' Cottages Museum which were once the home of local weavers dating back to the 17th century and now houses many artefacts of the cottage weaving industry. See our newly restrung loom (photo left)
Opening Times:Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 9.00am - 4.00pm
Tuesday 9.00am - 2.00pm - Friday: 9.00am - 1.00pm

Saturday & Sunday - Please phone 053 9376749




Visit the Weavers' Cottages website please click here

Bunclody Country Market
Bunclody Country Market opens every Saturday 10.00am - 1.00pm in St.Aidans Hall, Irish Street, Bunclody.
We will have a selection of home made tarts, buns, cakes, scones and breads along with a wide range of handmade crafts. Tea/coffee and treats available for
€ 3,so why not come along.New members always welcome, for more information contact Grace on 087 654 6660

Do you want to dispose of unwanted Items?
If you want to dispose of unwanted items, you can do so free of charge on the following website: Further details on our "Links" page. Please click here

St. Vincent de Paul Society, St. Teresa's Conference, Bunclody
St. Vincent de Paul Society Confidential Help Line - 087 3696883.Please note: Recycling facilities for newspapers are in place at Supervalu Bunclody; by using this facility you are helping St. Vincent de Paul Society.

The Samaritans - Free Number to Call
The Samaritans have launched a new free to call number - 116 123 - for people who are struggling to cope. The number will make it possible for people to access the service round the clock, every single day of the year, free of charge.The new free to call number has been made possible by a partnership between Samaritans and the telecommunications industry. The HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention is providing funding to support the Samaritans to build their capacity to roll out 116 123

 Carlow MABS Ltd (Money Advice & Budgeting Service) 72d Tullow Street Carlow, Tel: 0818 072070. Free and confidential, Money Management andAdvice Service. Assisting people in dealing with their existing debts and helping them to begin to manage their own resources.
MABS offers free Debt Relief Advice under Personal Insolvency options
Money Management Sessions
provided for Transition/Leaving Cert Students & Community Groups Email:

Masses for the coming week


Monday 15th April - Mass at 10.00am
Tuesday 16th April - Mass at 10.00am
Wednesday 17th April - Mass at 10.00am
Thursday 18th April - Mass at 10.00am
Friday 19th April -
Saturday 20th April - Mass at 6.30pm



Sunday 21st April - Mass at 11.30am











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Maybe you are planning a meeting or want to start a group or a class. Whatever is local is of interest to us. We are delighted to share your
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Clonegal/Kildavin Notes
Anyone who wishes to have, up-coming events, wedding occasions, birthday wishes or local news, to be issued on the local Clonegal/Kildavin Community Section of the Carlow Nationalist or Gorey Guardian can email or phone Nicola Gray on 053 9376389