Santa Claus is coming to town! Next Sunday, 6th December starting at 3.30pm, Santa Claus is going to drive around the village estates and around the local area to wave to the kiddies, so wrap up warm and catch a
The Christmas Lights are on in Collinstown! We can’t come together as a community this year to turn on the Christmas lights, so instead we decided to turn the lights on a few days early and spread some festive cheer
E mail firstname.lastname@example.org ______________________________________ First Sunday of Advent This weekend begins our preparation for Christmas begins with the lighting of the 1st candle on the advent wreath. ______________________________________ St Feichin’s choir annual Carol Service. For many years St Feichin’s church
Earlier this year Collinstown Tidy Towns began working with Sharon Eastwood of Woodrow Sustainable Solutions Ltd to prepare our Long Term Plan for the tidy Towns Committee. This consultation was kindly supported by Westmeath Community Development. We held public meetings
E mail email@example.com _______________________________________ November Remembering our loved one’s called home to God. Monday 16th November Mass for deceased priests of the Parish – both natives and those who served in Collinstown Fore Parish will take place in St Mary’s
The Collinstown Free Little Library is proving very popular since we introduced it in May 2019, so much so we have decided to make it a little bigger. Thank you to Johnny Fitzpatrick from Collinstown Men’s Shed and his son
We would like to add more photos to our website and we need your help. Please send us photos, taken in 2020, of your favourite spots around Collinstown and the townlands surrounding it. We would love to see the interesting
Collinstown Action Group Christmas cards are now available in Carmel’s Daybreak. Cards are €1 each or €10 for 12 cards. All proceeds from the sale of the cards will go to Collinstown Action Group for various projects around the village.
Fairy Willow and Fairy Ivy have come from Fairy Valley to the new fairy houses in our village. Willow and Ivy are nature fairies and have come to play in the beautiful flowers and trees around our village. They were
November Remembering our loved one’s called home to God. Monday 9 November Mass for those who died in the parish over the last year will take place in St Mary’s church and broadcast on the parish facebook page around 8.00pm.