The launch of ‘The stay at home quilt’ took place in Collinstown Hall on Sunday 26th June during the Collinstown Farmer’s Market. Congratulations to the members of Lough Lene Gaels Healthy Club PLACE group who created this beautiful quilt.👏🎊 Photo:
Members of Lough Lene Gaels Healthy Club PLACE Group enjoyed a wonderful Bloomsday at Tullynally Castle and Gardens, followed by a stroll around the square in Castlepollard and a visit to the Library. Thank you to Octavia at the Castle,
Lough Lene Gaels Healthy Club PLACE members were back in action this week. Our latest project and perhaps the most important to date is called ‘Journey Dolls ‘ and we are making them for the children from the Ukraine 💙💛.
To celebrate the upcoming National Heritage Week, Lough Lene Gaels’ Healthy Club P.L.A.C.E. group, which stands for Positive, Learning, Art, Culture, and Exercise, is delighted to exhibit their ‘Brideógs’ that they made earlier this year. I have facilitated this group
Members of Lough Lene Gaels Healthy Club PLACE Group will gather tomorrow on February 1st at the club house to make a St Brigid’s Cross. They have been busy the past two weeks as they have started to create a
Lough Lene Gaels Healthy Club PLACE Group (For Adults) will resume on Wednesday morning January 22nd at the LLG Club House from 10.00am until 12.30pm. The fee for the 6 week sessions is €25. The content will be recalling folklore
Lough Lene Gaels Healthy Club P.L.A.C.E. Group invite you all to view a display of their recent craft work of Christmas Tea Towels at ‘Open House’ tomorrow morning in Collinstown Hall , drop in for a cup of tea anytime
After a great year Lough Lene Gaels Healthy Club ACE Group will recommence on Wednesday 4th September. The Lough Lene Gaels Healthy Club ACE Group was formed in September 2018. They meet on a Wednesday morning at Lough Lene Gaels
Thank you to those who made it their business to attend this evening’s meeting in Collinstown hall. Dr Aengus Finnegan explained the project to all and had a selection of maps at hand for attendees to make a start with.
Next Wednesday evening, 10th July, at 8pm in Collinstown Hall Dr. Aengus Finnegan (lecturer in Irish at University of Limerick) and coordinator of the Westmeath Field Names Project will be in attendance to meet and connect with local people to