Our brand new pitch is now complete with goalposts and we have our new hurling wall built too (see photos). This is a huge moment for the club and the culmination of many years of fundraising and voluntary work. Our
Reflection Rivers do not drink their own water; trees do not eat their own fruit; the sun does not shine on itself and flowers do not spread their fragrance for themselves. Living for others is a rule of nature. We
E mail firstname.lastname@example.org collinstown + fore parish Eucharist There will be two Sunday Masses celebrated in private and the intentions below will be remembered at both Masses. One of the Masses will hopefully be available on the parish facebook page
Our Parent, Toddler and Baby Group reopened for the last two Mondays. The adults enjoyed a socially distanced chat while the children played. However, due to the current Level 3 restricitons, unfortunately we will have to close our doors again
E mail email@example.com Reflection Hostility between people was operative in the time of Jesus as today. Gentiles hated Jews, Jews mistrusted Gentiles very much. And the people themselves looked down on the ‘others’. Last week it was looking down on
We want your pre-loved Christmas Jumpers please.. and any other novelty Christmas clothes you have for that matter. One Small Change Encouraged by Collinstown Tidy Towns and the Action Group’s One Small Change Campaign we are organising a sale of
Contact the parish office E mail firstname.lastname@example.org _____________________________________________________________________ Parish Draw 1st Prize The Dolan Family Sallymount Fore. 2nd Prize Ciaran Gaffney. 3rd Prize Michael Daly. Congratulations to our winners. The Draw took place at the end of the 1.00pm Mass
Congratulations to the Dolan Family who came 1st in our parish draw. 1st Dolan Family €10,000 2nd Ciaran Gaffney €1,000 3rd Michael Daly €500 Sincere thanks to everyone who supported the annual parish draw especially in these difficult times.
The Tidy Towns volunteers meet every Saturday morning at 10 for an hour or so. Each week we work together on an area of the village and do some pruning, planting, digging, weeding, cutting, litter picking or some other job.
Great news today. Our new footpath from the village to the Park is being completed this week. The lights were erected last week and the path is being finished with tarmac in the coming days. You will now be able