Carrick focus 13th Nov

T12Pic2Public Meeting on Crime Awareness

Following a very successful public meeting held in the Nano Nagle Community Resource Centre last month, a committee named ‘Crime Awareness in Carrick-on-Suir’ has been set up to address the very serious matters happening in the town recently.

A follow up public meeting is being held in the Carraig Hotel next Monday night at 8pm and all are invited to attend. Anyone who is concerned about this urgent matter will have an opportunity to voice their concerns.

It is planned to have in attendance Superintendent John Courtney and Sergeant Ian Barrett and the meeting will be addressed by concerned people including Cllr Sylvia Cooney Sheehan. Now is the time to stand up and be counted, let your voice be heard  and help to take back control.

Flower Arranging Demonstration

Glasha Flower and Garden Society is holding a Flower Arranging Demonstration in the Carraig Hotel on Wednesday, December 4th at 8pm. The Demonstrator is Christopher White from Dublin and all proceeds will go to St. Bridget’s Hospital and the World Association of Flower Arranging.

Remembering those we have lost through suicide

A Mass of Remembrance, Consolation and Hope will be offered at Glencomeragh House to remember all those who have died through suicide on Wednesday evening, November 13th at 8pm and to offer consolation and hope to their families and friends. All are welcome and refreshments will be served afterwards.

Final Walk of 2013 in Marlfield

A brisk walk daily is ideal for adults and children as part of the recommended one hour of daily physical activity.  The last of the ‘Go Walking Tipperary 2013′ series takes place next Sunday 17th November in Marlfield. It is the Dun Ui Faolain Loop (Rock Walk) and it starts at 2pm.

Resource Centre taking names for Courses

Anyone interested in joining a particular course in the near future should contact the Nano Nagle Community Resource Centre at 051 642418 as the Centre is currently taking names for Manual Handling ( 1 day or half day), Irish course (six sessions), Sign Language (six sessions) and Flower Arranging (three sessions)..

The Citizen Information Service provides a Drop in Service every Tuesday from 11.00am to 1.00pm.

The Money Advice and Budgeting Service, Cuan Saor and the Rape Crisis Service also attend at the Nano Nagle Community Resource Centre every week.   To get any further details or to book a course please, call into the Centre or telephone the above number.
Brewery Lane Theatre hosts ‘Endgame’

Waterford based theatre group Crataegia is staging Samuel Beckett’s play ‘Endgame’ in the Brewery Lane Theatre on Friday, Saturday and Sunday 22nd, 23rd and 24th November.   The cast includes former Brewery Lane players David Grant and Enda O’Driscoll.   The remaining cast members are Pat Quinn Bolger and Paul Dillon.   David Grant directs the play in addition to being a cast member.

The plot revolves around a tyrant confined to an armchair whose parents live in a couple of dustbins. The play is in turn cruel, funny and compassionate. Admission is €10 and the play commences at 8.15pm. Tickets may be booked in advance at the Heritage Centre, Main Street – telephone 051 640200 – or at the theatre door.

Bridge Results

Tuesday Club – 1st Angela and Frank Brown, 2nd Irene and Frank Purcell, 3rd Vera O’Donnell and Breda Feeney.

Thursday Club – 1st Teesie Blanchfield and Mary Arrigan, 2nd Honora Murphy and Eithne O’Sullivan, 3rd Biddy Skelly and TillyO’Donnell.
Meetings re EriGrid’s Proposal to Erect Pylons

South Tipperary Independent TD Mattie McGrath is holding Advice Clinics in Trap’s Bar, Grangemockler this Thursday, November 14th at 6.15pm and in Fleming’s Bar, Faugheen at 7.15pm to offer members of the public an opportunity to submit objections against Erigrid’s proposal to erect pylons and overhead powerlines throughout South Tipperary. A meeting on the same matter will be held in Carrick on Suir Town Hall on Friday afternoon at 3.30pm.

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