Entries by Liz Fleming

Bailieborough News Thursday 1st April

Bailieborough News. April 1st  2016.  Matthew J. Cullen.     HOLY WEEK AND EASTER CEREMONIES: Thank you to all those who assisted in preparing and celebrating the Holy Week and Easter liturgies in St. Anne’s Bailieborough, especially the Parish Pastoral Council and Liturgy subcommittee, the sacristan and caretaker, the choirs and their directors Thomas Hanley, […]

Bailieborough News Thursday 17th March 2016

Bailieborough News. March 17th  2016.  Matthew J. Cullen.   St. Patrick’s Day Parade: The Saint Patrick’s Day Parade on Thursday, March 17th in Bailieborough will commence at 2.30pm—starting at the Community School on the Virginia Road. All participants and stewards are asked to assemble at the Church Car Park, Virginia Road, at 1.30pm. This year the […]

Bailiebourough News Thursday 10th March 2016

Bailieborough News. March 10 2016.  Matthew J. Cullen. Free Lecture in the Library: Bailieborough Library will host a lecture on Paddy Smith, the longest serving TD in the history of Dáil Éireann, and grand uncle of newly elected TD Niamh Smyth, on Thursday evening, March 10th at 7.30pm. Dr Tom Feeney, who lectures in modern Irish history in […]

Bailieborough News Thursday 25th February 2016

Bailieborough News. February 25th  2016.  Matthew J. Cullen. Genealogy Night: Bailieborough Heritage Society will hold a Genealogy Night in Bailieborough Business Centre on Thursday next, 25th February at 8pm. Carmel O’Callaghan will share her vast knowledge on the subject, so come along and learn how to research your family tree, what sources are available and how to overcome obstacles that you may encounter along the way. All welcome.   […]

Bailieborough News Thursday 11th February 2016

Bailieborough News. February 11th 2016.  Matthew J. Cullen. A Bailieborough girl has been named as one of the finalists in the 2016 Pramerica Spirit of Community Awards. Annagh McBreen from Drumamuck, Bailieborough and daughter of Martin and Sinead McBreen—who is a first year student at St. Aidan’s Comprehensive College in Cootehill is one of 20 […]

Bailieborough News Thursday 4th February 2016

Bailieborough News. February 4th  2016.  Matthew J. Cullen.   Rev. Damien Kivlehan R.I.P It was with great sadness that the parish received the news of the death of Deacon Damien Kivlehan on Tuesday morning last. Damien was ordained a deacon on the 5th of October, 2014 and took up his appointment here in this parish the […]

Bailieborough News Thursday 28th January 2016

  Bailieborough News. January 28th 2016.  Matthew J. Cullen.   St. Anne’s Church Carpark: The resurfacing and relining of the carpark was completed on Friday last. The new markings clearly indicate a one way system, no parking areas and also disabled parking bays. Please observe these markings especially when attending church services.   BAILIEBOROUGH MENTAL HEALTH […]

Bailieborough News Thursday 21st January 2016

Bailieborough News. January 21st  2016.  Matthew J. Cullen. Bailieborough Shamrocks Ladies AGM: Due to the wintry weather conditions last weekend the Ladies AGM was rescheduled for Friday next January 22nd at 8.30pm in St Anne’s Park. We encourage parents, players and anyone with an interest in developing Gaelic football for Ladies and Girls to come along. Refreshments afterwards.   […]

Bailieborough NewsThursday 14th January 2016

Bailieborough News. January 14th 2016.  Matthew J. Cullen. St. Anne’s Church Carpark: Roadstone have indicated that, weather permitting, they will start the resurfacing work on the carpark this week. If the resurfacing does go ahead parking restrictions will be in place and those attending church services are advised to use the Chapel Road Carpark. Those who […]

Bailieborough News Thursday January 7th 2016

Bailieborough News. January 7th 2016.  Matthew J. Cullen. Local Booklet: There is great demand for the Booklet re Lough-an -Leagh and Muff. To make it easier for people to get the booklet, some shops will have it available from now on. The shops are the Corner Court and Neville Halls in Bailieborough, the Well shop […]