Thank you to all the volunteers who helped at our Tidy Towns session this morning. There was great work done by the young volunteers lead by Aisling and Mary who cleaned the equipment in the playground. Damian and Martin spread
Tidy Towns volunteers have been working hard picking litter on the approach roads to the village and in the village itself. There was great work done this weekend. Thank you to everyone who is helping out and it is great
Collinstown Tidy Town have not been able to hold their regular Saturday morning clean up for the past few weeks. Instead we have purchased a few new litter pickers and our wonderful volunteers have started doing “Lockdown Litter Picking” in
Following on from our AGM we would like to sincerely thank Eamon Potter for his commitment and hard work in the role of Club Secretary for the past ten years. To fulfill the role for a year is no easy
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.
As you know the Government have indicated that public Masses will be permitted in churches from 20 July as long as certain conditions are met. This date could be moved closer or postponed depending on the virus. It’s important to
Sixth Sunday of Easter Contact the parish office E mail email@example.com Sacrament of the Eucharist Sunday and weekday Masses will be celebrated in private Saturday 16 May Thady Gilsenan, Michael Carroll & deceased family members John McDonnell, Thomas Smyth Sunday