Bailieborough News Thursday 31th October 2019

Bailieborough News. October 28th  2019. Matthew J. Cullen.

Bailieborough Creative Hub: Bailieborough Creative Hub presents ‘A Haunting’–an

eerie, hair raising theatrical event, with ghostly tales and deathly poems in the Courthouse, Bailieborough on Thursday evening next, October 31st at 7.00pm. Free admission.
Suitable for all who want a scare in their lives. Be early as there is limited seating available!

Halloween ‘Fright Night’ : A huge thank you to all the volunteers in Bailieborough who gave their time to make “Fright for your Lights” night happen. From the scarers to the tea makers, tent builders, car parkers and to the public thank you for your support in making these community events happen. It really lived up to it’s name and many, many people enjoyed this terrific evening.
Congratulations to The Lambe family who have won the family pass to Santa’s Grotto on November 30th!

Bailieborough Drama Group: Bailieborough Drama Group have been busy rehearsing their new one act play ” The Shape” by Tara Lovett for the last few months, in prepartion for the One Act Festival Circuit. Directed by Conor Sheridan, assistant director Liz O’Hanlon, cast Liam Daly, Fiona Clarke, Fergal Donnelly and Stage Manager, Mary Mc Donagh.  Local audiences can catch them in Ramor Theatre, Virginia on this Thursday, October 31st, where they will be joined on the night by Cornmill Theatre group with “The Aftermath” by Alice Lynch, directed by Ronan Ward. Tickets are available from the Ramor Theatre and we all wish them, the best of luck on the ‘Circuit’.

Bailieborough Tidy Towns: Bailieborough Tidy Town’s , Annual General Meeting will take place on Monday evening next, November 4th at 8.00pm in the Bailie Hotel.
Everybody welcome. Come and represent your Business, Street, Road or Estate.
New volunteers are needed.

Bridge: Bridge takes place in the Hotel Bailie on every Tuesday evening and new members are always most welcome.

Bailieborough School of Music: Lotto results for 19-10-2019.  Numbers Drawn; 4, 10, 19, 20.  No Jackpot Winner, Lucky Dip (€25) Winners; Yvonne and Paul Rooney; Jenna Reilly; Rena Coleman; Evie Gaffney. Next week’s Jackpot €6,500.

Bailieborough Social Day Centre: Halloween Party in the Community Centre on Wednesday, October 30th from 2.30pm to 4.30pm. New people always very welcome to join the group.

Bailieborough Mens/ Hen’s Shed: The Hen’s Shed currently meets each Wednesday evening in the Bexcourt Centre from 7:15 till 9pm, and each Thursday morning in the Library from 10 till 12 noon. The group is open to women over the age of 18 living in or around Bailieborough.  Contact: Maria at: bailieboroughhensshed@gmail.com or find us on Facebook for further information.

The Men’s Shed currently meets every Tuesday morning form 10am till 12 noon in the Bexcourt Centre. The group is open to men over the age of 18 living in or around Bailieborough, contact Matthew at bailieboroughmensshed@gmail.com or find us on Facebook for further information.

Bailieborough Women’s Group: Meeting on Thursday, October 31st in the Community Centre from 2.00pm to 4.00pm, with bowling session for visit to REHAB—please everyone attend and new members welcome.

Deepest Sympathy: Deepest Sympathy is extended to daughters, Suzanne, Paula and Aisleen ;  partner Ann, brothers Pat and Dick, sisters Rosemary, Kitty and Ann, extended family, relatives and many friends on the death of Brendan Gallagher (late of Donnybrook, Dublin 4, formerly Bailieborough, Co. Cavan and Retired An Garda Síochána), who passed away suddenly on Monday, October 14th, 2019.  Brendan was pre-deceased by his wife Bridie. Brendan’s Requiem Mass took place in the Church of the Sacred Heart, Donnybrook on Friday, October 18th  followed by burial in Mount Venus Cemetery.

Bowls: Bailieborough Community Bowls continue in the Community Centre on Wednesday evenings at 8.00pm. New members—both male and female are most welcome.

‘Trick or Treat’ for Temple Street: What a brilliant time in Tesco Bailieborough on Friday and Saturday last.
A huge ‘Thank You’ for all your support!! The fancy dress in store was great craic and a massive ‘Thank You’ to all who baked for our Cake Sale ..we couldn’t have a cake sale without you ..as always the support in our store is amazing,  we are truly blessed to live in such a brilliant, generous community!

Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd: Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd’s Annual Variety Concert will be held on Friday, 15th and Saturday, 16th November. We are looking for local talent to take part…..if interested, please contact Edel on 086 1004030.

Irish Red Cross: Bailieborough Branch:  The Bailieborough Branch of the Irish Red Cross are organising a ‘First Aid Course’ in the Resource House, commencing on Monday evening next, November 4th. The course will be of six weeks duration and will take place every Monday night from 7.30pm to 10.00pm. For further information, please contact Julie at 086 8968 928. 

Vincent’s Shop, Bailieborough: We are urgently seeking donations of Gents and Ladies clothing, especially Winter Coats, also paper and plastic bags that we can use in Vincent’s Shop. Thank You for all your kind donations of clothes, toys, bric-a-brac and for generously buying from the shop. All money raised is used for local deserving causes.

Computers for Farmers: Help is at hand for farmers, who need training in Basic Computers, On-line Herd Registration Form Filling, Internet and email, Farm Record Keeping, Health and Safety etc. Classes are free and are commencing on Monday evenings in Bailieborough Business Centre at 7pm. To book a place contact Noelette Dolan on 087 9293531 or Elizabeth on 087 6190040.

 

Walk, Jog, Run or Crawl! Run, walk, crawl or jog every Monday and Wednesday evenings at the Community Centre, Chapel Road, Bailieborough at 8pm. It’s free!!!! And there is no catch! All newcomers welcome.  Also the Saturday morning Leisure Group Cycle is back and takes place on Saturday mornings leaving from the Community Centre, Bailieborough at 9.00AM. Please bring euros for coffee stop and all welcome.

Christmas Fairs: Bailieborough Creative Hub are organising Christmas Fairs for 7 weeks from Sunday next, November 3rd :

Bailieborough Creative Hub presents Christmas Fairs 2019 in Bailieborough Courthouse.
There will be 7 fairs on the following dates: Sunday, 3rd November – 12pm to 5pm.
Sunday, 10th November – 12pm to 5pm.
Sunday, 17th November – 12pm to 5pm.
Sunday, 24th November – 12pm to 5pm.
Saturday, 30th November – 2pm to 8pm (Santa arriving in town and Christmas Lights switch on).
Sunday, 7th December – 12pm to 5pm.
Sunday, 14th December – 12pm to 5pm.

Contemporary and handcrafted gifts, arts, crafts, cards, artisan bakes and more. To book a table or for enquires, please email us at bailieboroughcreativehub@gmail.com

https://www.facebook.com/events/392007935080958.

Irish Dancing Classes: Irish Dancing Classes take place every Thursday evening from 6.00 to 8.00pm, in the Community Centre, Chapel Road. For further details, please contact: Tracy at 085 771 2282.

Citizen’s Information: The service takes place every Tuesday from 1.30pm to 2.30pm in the Library— providing information, advice and advocacy supports to everyone on Social welfare, employment, Pensions, Health, Tax etc… No appointment necessary.

Bailieborough ‘Lend A Hand’: ‘Lend a Hand’ is for the elderly and vulnerable in the Bailieborough area. Just give us a call if you need a job done, or even just a chat. Phone Ann on 042 9694825.

Baptism Dates in St. Annes for November and December 2019: The following are the available dates for Baptisms in St. Anne’s Church–   November 3rd (Sunday, 12.30pm), November 16th (Saturday, 1.30pm), December 1st (Sunday, 12.30pm), December 14th (Saturday, 1.30pm), December 15th (Sunday, 12.30pm) and Sunday, December 29th (Sunday, 12.30pm).   

Bailieborough Library: The Craft Group are still going strong with many great memories and hopefully more to come! Not just a craft group, but a place to come, have a cuppa, learn new talents, make new friends and feel very welcome. Everyone is welcome every Friday morning drop in from 10am to 1pm!

Book Club 6pm-7pm on the last Thursday of every month; Lit Lab writers group every second Tuesday. Contact 042 9665779 for details on any of the above.

Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd: The Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd Committee is available to help cancer patients or their families. Free Taxi service available. For further information, contact: Edel Fox 086 1004030.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Local meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous are held in: The Health Centre, Kells Road on Wednesdays at 8.30pm.

East Cavan Gaels GAA Club – Hurling News 28th,October 2019:

Under 15/17;

Final round of U17 next week.

Under 11/13;

Both teams did very well in their respective finals in Breffni Park recently. The Under 11s can count themselves very unlucky in what was a keenly fought and tight contest. A full 15 a side game for them which was impressive in itself.

The Under 13s had it a bit harder on the night but again can be pleased with both their workrate and never say die spirit in what was again another good contest. Bright futures for both these sides in the years ahead.

The Under 11 squad at the recent final with Pat, Una and Mary management.

The Under 13 squad at the recent final.

Under 7/9;

After what seems like a lifetime indoor hurling finally returned this past week. We’ll keep chipping away now until Christmas. Lots of new players arriving which is again very positive. The production line must keep running!! New players especially welcome. We have seperated the Under 7s and 9s from each other so they now have their own individual session.

Fridays Under 7 squad.

Fridays Under 9 indoor hurlers.

The week ahead;

Friday;Under 7 6-7pm. Under 9 7-8pm both in the Bailieborough Community School Sports Hall. €3 each and bring your bottle of water.

Club contacts;

U7/9/11; Willie Gaughan 086 164 9280.

U13/15/17/Senior; Kathryn O’ Flynn 087 244 1371.

Bailieborough News Thursday 24th October 2019

Bailieborough News. October 21st  2019. Matthew J. Cullen.

Halloween ‘Fright Night’ is back!!: Bailieborough Mid-Summer Festival and Town Events are happy to announce that, the ‘Halloween Fright Night’ is back on this year. Following the terrific success of last year’s event, this year’s one takes place on Friday evening next, October 25th at the Chapel Carpark, at the Town Lake. Registration is from 6.00pm and the night promises to be one filled with Scary Walks, Music, Tea, Coffee and Treats. The best dressed family will get a free picture and visit to Santa’s Grotto in Bailieborough when turning on the Christmas Lights. For more information, please contact Tony at 086 3993 430.

Bailieborough Drama Group: Bailieborough Drama Group have been busy rehearsing their new one act play ” The Shape” by Tara Lovett for the last few months, in prepartion for the One Act Festival Circuit. Directed by Conor Sheridan, assistant director Liz O’Hanlon, cast Liam Daly, Fiona Clarke, Fergal Donnelly and Stage Manager, Mary Mc Donagh. They are opening the festival in Naas on Friday next, October 25th. Local audiences can catch them in Ramor Theatre, Virginia on Thursday, October 31st, where they will be joined on the night by Cornmill Theatre group with “The Aftermath” by Alice Lynch, directed by Ronan Ward. Tickets are available from the Ramor Theatre and we all wish them, the best of luck on the ‘Circuit’.

October—Month of The Rosary: The Rosary will be said at the Grotto on the Virginia Road for the month of October at 7.30pm, every evening except Saturdays. All are very welcome to come along and pray for their many intentions.

Bridge: Bridge takes place in the Hotel Bailie on every Tuesday evening and new members are always most welcome.

Bailieborough Group of Parishes: Services: Sunday 27th  October: Bailieborough 10:45am: Morning Prayer, Sunday Club, Youth Fellowship, followed by tea and coffee.

Knockbride 12noon, Morning Prayer and Sunday Club.

Bailieborough Mens/ Hen’s Shed: The Hen’s Shed currently meets each Wednesday evening in the Bexcourt Centre from 7:15 till 9pm, and each Thursday morning in the Library from 10 till 12 noon. The group is open to women over the age of 18 living in or around Bailieborough.  Contact: Maria at: bailieboroughhensshed@gmail.com or find us on Facebook for further information.

The Men’s Shed currently meets every Tuesday morning form 10am till 12 noon in the Bexcourt Centre. The group is open to men over the age of 18 living in or around Bailieborough, contact Matthew at bailieboroughmensshed@gmail.com or find us on Facebook for further information.

Christianity Explored Course: A ‘Christianity Explored’ course will take place from

8-9pm at The Courthouse in Bailieborough, beginning on Wednesday 23rd  of October.  This is a 6-week course designed to give you time and space to think about the big questions of life and to explore the life Jesus.  Open to everyone and anyone who is interested, all you need to do is show up!  For more information, please contact Rev. Ian Horner on 087 6223609.

Bailieborough Creative Hub: Bailieborough Creative Hub presents ‘A Haunting’–an

eerie, hair raising theatrical event, with ghostly tales and deathly poems in the Courthouse, Bailieborough on Thursday, October 31st at 7.00pm. Free admission.
Suitable for all who want a scare in their lives. Be early as there is limited seating available!

Deepest Sympathy: Deepest Sympathy is extended to son Haydn, daughter-in-law Vivienne, sisters Joan and Hilary, extended family, neighbours and friends on the death of Sonia Griffin (nee Moore), Lower Main Street, Bailieborough, Co. Cavan and formerly Ballinamona, Woodenbridge, Co. Wicklow, who passed away suddenly at her residence on Monday, October 7th, 2019. Sonia was predeceased by her husband John. Sonia’s Funeral Service took place in Bailieborough Parish Church on Thursday, October 10th followed by cremation in Lakelands Crematorium, Cavan.

Bowls: Bailieborough Community Bowls continue in the Community Centre on Wednesday evenings at 8.00pm. New members—both male and female are most welcome.

‘Trick or Treat’ for Temple Street: ‘Trick or Treat’ for Temple St. is back this year and we will be holding our fundraiser in Tesco, Bailieborough on Friday the 25th and Saturday, 26th of October, from 10am -5pm on both days.  On Friday, we will be holding a Monster Cake Sale in store, where we will be having lots of fun with fancy dress, face painting and music and colouring for the kids and adults if they want to join in .. If anyone would would like to bake for the Cake Sale, all donations would be very gratefully recieved in store on the Thursday or Friday.

 On SatUrday, we will be hold a ‘Monster Raffle’ with some amazing prizes!! So dont miss out on all the fun and also don’t forget, all donations go to Temple St Children’s Hospital.  We are so close to making it to our 5 million euro target and with your help we can definitely deliver. So let’s do it for the kids !!

Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd: Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd’s Annual Variety Concert will be held on Friday, 15th and Saturday, 16th November. We are looking for local talent to take part…..if interested, please contact Edel on 086 1004030.

Irish Red Cross: Bailieborough Branch:  The Bailieborough Branch of the Irish Red Cross are organising a ‘First Aid Course’ in the Resource House, commencing on Monday. November 4th. The course will be of six weeks duration and will take place every Monday night from 7.30pm to 10.00pm. For further information, please contact Julie at 086 8968 928. 

Deepest Sympathy: Deepest Sympathy is extended to daughter Geraldine (Mc Mahon), son Thomas (USA), son in law Joe, daughter in law Monica, grandchildren Paul, Mairead, Niamh and Declan, nieces, nephews, extended family and friends on the death of Margaret (Peggy) Lynch (nee Mc Cluskey) Drumeague, Bailieborough, Co Cavan who passed away peacefully at Killmainhamwood Nursing Home on Saturday, October 12th, 2019. Peggy was. predeceased by her husband Matthias and son Sean. Peggy’s Funeral Mass took place in St. Brigid’s Church, Knockbride East on Tuesday, October 15th with burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.

Computers for Farmers: Help is at hand for farmers, who need training in Basic Computers, On-line Herd Registration Form Filling, Internet and email, Farm Record Keeping, Health and Safety etc. Classes are free and are commencing on Monday evenings in Bailieborough Business Centre at 7pm. To book a place contact Noelette Dolan on 087 9293531 or Elizabeth on 087 6190040.

 

Walk, Jog, Run or Crawl! Run, walk, crawl or jog every Monday and Wednesday evenings at the Community Centre, Chapel Road, Bailieborough at 8pm.  It’s free!!!! And there is no catch! All newcomers welcome.  Also the Saturday morning Leisure Group Cycle is back and takes place on Saturday mornings leaving from the Community Centre, Bailieborough at 9.00AM. Please bring euros for coffee stop and all welcome.

Deepest Condolences: Deepest Condolences are extended to wife Vera, family Mervyn, Pamela, Anita, Linda, Melody and Nigel, sisters Maud, Gladys, Sadie, Eva and Muriel, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren Benjamin, Rebecca, Ricky, Kyle, Adam, Kelly, Ellis, Amy, Jake, Isaac, Rachel, Tristan and Chayce, brother-in-law, sisters-in-law and extended family and friends on the death of John E Roundtree, Latachment, Tierworker, Kells, Co. Meath,/ Tierworker, Cavan who passed away peacefully, at Our Lady’s Hospital, Navan on Sunday, October 13th, 2019. John was predeceased by his baby son Eric. John’s Funeral Service took place in Bailieborough Parish Church on Tuesday, October 15th with burial afterwards in the adjoining graveyard. .

Irish Dancing Classes: Irish Dancing Classes take place every Thursday evening from 6.00 to 8.00pm, in the Community Centre, Chapel Road. For further details, please contact: Tracy at 085 771 2282.

Citizen’s Information: The service takes place every Tuesday from 1.30pm to 2.30pm in the Library— providing information, advice and advocacy supports to everyone on Social welfare, employment, Pensions, Health, Tax etc… No appointment necessary.

Bailieborough ‘Lend A Hand’: ‘Lend a Hand’ is for the elderly and vulnerable in the Bailieborough area. Just give us a call if you need a job done, or even just a chat. Phone Ann on 042 9694825.

Baptism Dates in St. Annes for November and December 2019: The following are the available dates for Baptisms in St. Anne’s Church–   November 3rd (Sunday, 12.30pm), November 16th (Saturday, 1.30pm), December 1st (Sunday, 12.30pm), December 14th (Saturday, 1.30pm), December 15th (Sunday, 12.30pm) and Sunday, December 29th (Sunday, 12.30pm).  

Bailieborough Library: The Craft Group are still going strong with many great memories and hopefully more to come! Not just a craft group, but a place to come, have a cuppa, learn new talents, make new friends and feel very welcome. Everyone is welcome every Friday morning drop in from 10am to 1pm!

Book Club 6pm-7pm on the last Thursday of every month; Lit Lab writers group every second Tuesday. Contact 042 9665779 for details on any of the above.

Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd: The Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd Committee is available to help cancer patients or their families. Free Taxi service available. For further information, contact: Edel Fox 086 1004030.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Local meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous are held in: The Health Centre, Kells Road on Wednesdays at 8.30pm.

Looking forward to seeing you all at THE 16TH GALLANT 5KM/10KM CHALLENGE: In aid of St Christopher’s Hospice Cavan takes place on Saturday 26th October 2019.  This event will start and finish at MacSeains Bar, Cornafean and will be marked out and stewarded along the route to guide you along the way to whichever distance you decide to participate in. Main sponsors of this years event are Hyland Hardware, Ballyhaise, KORE Insulation, Kilnaleck and Dobson’s Hardware, Arvagh. Special thanks to them for their kind support.

Over the previous 15 years the Challenge has been an outstanding success raising €413,000 for this wonderful cause. There will be loads of surprises and craic on the day and it will be a fantastic day for the family. Entry fee on the day to participate in the Challenge is voluntary. Registration for the Challenge takes place from 12 noon and the Challenge kicks off at 1pm sharp. Anyone wishing to donate to this very worthy cause can do so by leaving donations in the Village Foodstore ,Crossdoney. All donations are greatly accepted.
Sponsorship cards or information on the Challenge are available from St Christopher’s Hospice 049-4332999, Ciaran Weir 086-0753309, William Hughes on 086-3584700 and Village Foodstore in Crossdoney. Please COME ALONG and support this worthy cause!!

Bailieborough News Thursday 17th October 2019

Bailieborough News. October 14th  2019. Matthew J. Cullen.

Mr. Tommy McEntee: Tommy McEntee, 83, from Lisnalea, Bailieborough, passed away suddenly but peacefully on Monday, the 30th of September 2019 in Cavan General Hospital.

Tommy was a devoted husband of fifty four years to Veronica, and the most wonderful father to Bernard, PJ, Gloria, Terry and Jason. He adored his eleven grand-children and eight great grand-children. Tommy had a close relationship with his younger brother Philip, who lives in Kerry. He is also survived by sisters Lena, Susan, Kay, and brothers, Eugene, Gerard and Christy,  daughters in-law, Shirley and Caroline, son in-law, Stephen, nieces, nephews and extended family and friends. Tommy will be sadly missed by all.

In recent years Tommy suffered with heart problems, resulting in frequent admissions to hospital. He had tremendous respect for the staff in Cavan General, and appreciated their hard work; so much so, that he rewarded them with a daily dose of his jokes and trickery. No matter how unwell he felt, his mission was to make people smile and laugh.

Tommy began his life in Nolagh, Shercock where he was born and reared with his seven brothers and four sisters by their parents Anne and Terence. He attended Corlatty Carroll National School, going straight from there into his first place of employment in Killanny, working as a farmhand. He went from there to a farm in Armagh, and then back to his home town to work for a local farmer named Lexi Hall. In his early thirties he found employment with Cavan County Council as the Water Caretaker in Bailieborough, where he remained for twenty five years until his early retirement.

Tommy and Veronica lived in Drumbannon when their family were young. In those days Tommy’s interests revolved around his children. The simple things like forest walks, days out fishing, picnics on Lough An Leagh Mountain, beach holidays, and even, star gazing on a summer’s night. These were the things that made him a happy man.

Tommy discovered he had green fingers when he and Veronica moved to Lisnalea after his retirement. They spent most of their free time working to maintain their beautiful gardens, where they enjoyed many happy days sitting in the sunshine surrounded by their colourful blooms.

Tommy loved his life and was happiest when surrounded by his family. He had enough love to share between each and every one of them. He will stay in their hearts forever.

Tommy’s Funeral Mass took place in St. Anne’s Church on Wednesday, October 2nd –at which Fr. Ultan McGoohan P.P. officiated—and following which, his remains were laid to rest in St. Anne’s Cemetery.

Photography Exhibition: ‘What Peace looks like to me’ !! All welcome to the launch of a photography exhibition at Bailieborough Courthouse on Sunday next, 20th October at 3.00pm. Guest Speaker, Sean Hillen will deliver a presentation of his work from ‘Melancholy Memories’ and launch the display. Another initiative of the PEACE IV SEUPB programme “Building Positive Relations”. A group of photographers from Bailieborough have collaborated with a group from Dungannon and over a period of time, got a real feel for how they had all been affected by the Troubles. We hope you will come along on the day and over the 6 weeks the exhibition will be on display. Any enquiries to 042-969-4716.

The Cavan 365 community based Garda Youth Diversion project launched recently in Bailieborough

The service is a multi- agency youth crime prevention initiative, that primarily seeks to divert young people who have been involved in anti-social and/or criminal behaviour, by providing suitable activities to facilitate personal development.

We met with and listened to three fine young men, Luke, Josh and Jordon who gave their stories on how the project helped them in Cavan.

The Cavan 365 project will be based in Bailieborough with satellite services planned for Mullagh, Kingscourt, Cootehill and Ballyjamesduff.

The new service is funded through the Youth Justice Service in conjunction with An Garda Síochána and is managed by Foróige.

Well done to all involved in getting this service to Bailieborough and best wishes to the team : Alma, Aishling, Catherina and Sharon under the leadership of Foróige area manager Colin McAree.

October—Month of The Rosary: The Rosary will be said at the Grotto on the Virginia Road for the month of October at 7.30pm, every evening except Saturdays. All are very welcome to come along and pray for their many intentions.

Bailieborough Development Association: Bailieborough Development Association hosted a spectacular weekend of celebration of song. The Hard Times Chorus and Omagh Youth Peace Choir performed at 3 wonderful events : Saturday in St Annes, and Sunday at the Omagh Presbyterian Harvest Festival and at Omagh Library. Thank you to all who attended, we hope to continue our work with these 2 choirs into the future. Special thanks to Daryl Simpson, Musical Director Omagh Youth Peace Choir, Claire O Reilly, Musical Director Hard Times Chorus, Sean O Reilly, Hard Times Chorus Co-ordinator, Jane Crudden and her Team from PEACE IV and Special EU Programmes Body for funding both the renovation of Bailieborough Courthouse and the Programme of Activity. Thank you to all of the choir members who attended practice in the lead up to the event and for your outstanding performance’s over the weekend.

Bridge Results: Tuesday, 1stOctober:First: Rosaleen Keegan and Pauline McEvoy,
Second: Kathleen McArdle and Helen Clarke. Best Gross: John McGahan and Tom Moran.
Tuesday, 8th October: First: Pattie Clarke and Joan O’Reilly, Second: Elizabeth Murphy and Rose Brennan. Best Gross: Gemma McCabe and Tom Moran .

Bridge takes place in the Hotel Bailie on every Tuesday evening and new members are always most welcome.

Bailieborough Mens/ Hen’s Shed: The Hen’s Shed currently meets each Wednesday evening in the Bexcourt Centre from 7:15 till 9pm, and each Thursday morning in the Library from 10 till 12 noon. The group is open to women over the age of 18 living in or around Bailieborough.  Contact: Maria at: bailieboroughhensshed@gmail.com or find us on Facebook for further information.

The Men’s Shed currently meets every Tuesday morning form 10am till 12 noon in the Bexcourt Centre. The group is open to men over the age of 18 living in or around Bailieborough, contact Matthew at bailieboroughmensshed@gmail.com or find us on Facebook for further information.

St. Anne’s National School ‘Fun Run’: St. Anne’s N.S. are organising a ‘Fun Run’ on Sunday next, October 20th starting at St. Anne’s National School. Registration will take place from 11.00am on the day.  Entry fee is €5 or a donation to take part. Individuals and families are invited to walk or run the 1K, 3K, 5K or 10K routes. Prizes and refreshments also on the day. This event promises to be a colourful occasion, to which the whole school is looking forward to. We would love you to join us for this fun event.

Christianity Explored Course: A ‘Christianity Explored’ course will take place from

8-9pm at The Courthouse in Bailieborough, beginning on Wednesday 23rd  of October.  This is a 6-week course designed to give you time and space to think about the big questions of life and to explore the life Jesus.  Open to everyone and anyone who is interested, all you need to do is show up!  For more information, please contact Rev. Ian Horner on 087 6223609.

‘Colourful Cavan and Beyond,’ by Artist Jim McParlin. An Art exhibition comprising of paintings depicting scenes from around the county and locations further afield. The exhibition will be on view in the Library until Friday next, October 18th. All are welcome during Library opening hours.

C.P.R. ‘Hands for Life Course’ : How would you like to complete a CPR Hands for Life Course in late November?

Well now is your chance to get this potentially lifesaving training FREE. Yes you read that correct FREE!!

Bailieborough Shamrocks GAA in conjunction with Irish Heart Foundation are offering this CPR Training to the whole community.
The course takes just one hour – 60 minutes to learn to save a life!
The instructor will provide all the material and will run 3 CPR courses with 30 people per course..

If we have enough interest then this course will go ahead in late November with the date and venue to be confirmed.

If you are interested then please contact the event organiser and our club Secretary Mark Gilsenan on secretary.bailieborough.cavan@gaa.ie or text him on 087 4158919 with your name and number of seats required on the course. Please note–The course is open to over 18 years old ONLY!

St. Felim’s National School: Blessing of new Playground and Memory Garden: Anyone who kindly donated to the ‘Sponsor A Tree’ fundraiser is most welcome to attend the Prayer Service and unveiling of the plaque at St. Felim’s N.S. On Thurday, 17th October at 2.00pm.

Bailieborough Women’s Group: The next meeting of the Bailieborough Women’s Group will take place on Friday afternoon next, October 18th from 2.00pm to 4.00pm, in the Community Centre. There will be a session on First Aid and the use of a defibrillator. New members welcome.

Draft Childminding Action Plan: Focus Group Consultation with Childminders will take place on this Thursday evening,17th  October at 7.30 pm in the Cavan Co Childcare Office, Unit 5 Enterprise Centre, Killygarry, Dublin Road, Cavan. Telephone 049 4365856 for further information.Please come – All Welcome.

Craft Fair: A ‘Craft Fair’ will take place at the Bailie Hotel on Sunday next,  20th  October from 12-5pm. (All tables fully booked). Lots of different Craft Stalls, from Cupcakes to Jewellery and from Candles to Toys! Come and join us here at the Bailie Hotel, you never know what you may see! All welcome.

Bailieborough School of Music: Lotto results for 12-10-2019.  Numbers Drawn; 17, 19, 20, 24.  No Jackpot Winner, Lucky Dip (€25) Winners; Marie Logan; Denise Carroll; Conor Sheridan; Grace McGivney. Next week’s Jackpot €6,400.

Bowls: Bailieborough Community Bowls continue in the Community Centre on Wednesday evenings at 8.00pm. New members—both male and female are most welcome.

 Social Day Centre: The next get-together of the Bailieborough Social Day Centre will take place in the Community Centre, on Wednesday, October 16th from 2.30pm to 4.30pm, for more entertainment, chat and refreshments. New people are always very welcome to join.

Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd: Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd’s Annual Variety Concert will be held on Friday, 15th and Saturday, 16th November. We are looking for local talent to take part…..if interested, please contact Edel on 086 1004030.

Computers for Farmers: Help is at hand for farmers, who need training in Basic Computers, On-line Herd Registration Form Filling, Internet and email, Farm Record Keeping, Health and Safety etc. Classes are free and are commencing on Monday evenings in Bailieborough Business Centre at 7pm. To book a place contact Noelette Dolan on 087 9293531 or Elizabeth on 087 6190040.

 

Walk, Jog, Run or Crawl! Run, walk, crawl or jog every Monday and Wednesday evenings at the Community Centre, Chapel Road, Bailieborough at 8pm.  It’s free!!!! And there is no catch! All newcomers welcome.  Also the Saturday morning Leisure Group Cycle is back and takes place on Saturday mornings leaving from the Community Centre, Bailieborough at 9.00AM. Please bring euros for coffee stop and all welcome.

Irish Dancing Classes: Irish Dancing Classes take place every Thursday evening from 6.00 to 8.00pm, in the Community Centre, Chapel Road. For further details, please contact: Tracy at 085 771 2282.

Halloween ‘Fright Night’ is back!!: Bailieborough Mid-Summer Festival and Town Events are happy to announce that, the ‘Halloween Fright Night’ is back on this year. Following the terrific success of last year’s event, this year’s one takes place on Friday, October 25th at the Chapel Carpark, at the Town Lake. Registration is from 6.00pm and the night promises to be one filled with Scary Walks, Music, Tea, Coffee and Treats. For more information, please contact Tony at 086 3993 430.

Citizen’s Information: The service takes place every Tuesday from 1.30pm to 2.30pm in the Library— providing information, advice and advocacy supports to everyone on Social welfare, employment, Pensions, Health, Tax etc… No appointment necessary.

Bailieborough Creative Hub: Bailieborough Creative Hub presents ‘A Haunting’–an

eerie, hair raising theatrical event, with ghostly tales and deathly poems in the Courthouse, Bailieborough on Thursday, October 31st at 7.00pm. Free admission.
Suitable for all who want a scare in their lives.

Bailieborough ‘Lend A Hand’: ‘Lend a Hand’ is for the elderly and vulnerable in the Bailieborough area. Just give us a call if you need a job done, or even just a chat. Phone Ann on 042 9694825.

Baptism Dates in St. Annes for October, November and December 2019: The following are the available dates for Baptisms in St. Anne’s Church–  October 19th (Saturday, 1.30pm), November 3rd (Sunday, 12.30pm), November 16th (Saturday, 1.30pm), December 1st (Sunday, 12.30pm), December 14th (Saturday, 1.30pm), December 15th (Sunday, 12.30pm) and Sunday, December 29th (Sunday, 12.30pm).  

Bailieborough Library: The Craft Group are still going strong with many great memories and hopefully more to come! Not just a craft group, but a place to come, have a cuppa, learn new talents, make new friends and feel very welcome. Everyone is welcome every Friday morning drop in from 10am to 1pm!

Book Club 6pm-7pm on the last Thursday of every month; Lit Lab writers group every second Tuesday. Contact 042 9665779 for details on any of the above.

Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd: The Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd Committee is available to help cancer patients or their families. Free Taxi service available. For further information, contact: Edel Fox 086 1004030.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Local meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous are held in: The Health Centre, Kells Road on Wednesdays at 8.30pm.

Tullyvin Musical Society: Tickets are now on sale for Tullyvin Musical Society’s upcoming show ‘All Shook Up’ which runs fromWednesday16th -Saturday19th October in Tullyvin Community Centre at 8pm nightly. Tickets €18 can be purchased on Eventbrite.ie or from any cast member. Thank you in advance for your ongoing support.

Looking forward to seeing you all at THE 16TH GALLANT 5KM/10KM CHALLENGE: In aid of St Christopher’s Hospice Cavan takes place on Saturday 26th October 2019.  This event will start and finish at MacSeains Bar, Cornafean and will be marked out and stewarded along the route to guide you along the way to whichever distance you decide to participate in. Main sponsors of this years event are Hyland Hardware, Ballyhaise, KORE Insulation, Kilnaleck and Dobson’s Hardware, Arvagh. Special thanks to them for their kind support.

Over the previous 15 years the Challenge has been an outstanding success raising €413,000 for this wonderful cause. There will be loads of surprises and craic on the day and it will be a fantastic day for the family. Entry fee on the day to participate in the Challenge is voluntary. Registration for the Challenge takes place from 12 noon and the Challenge kicks off at 1pm sharp. Anyone wishing to donate to this very worthy cause can do so by leaving donations in the Village Foodstore ,Crossdoney. All donations are greatly accepted.
Sponsorship cards or information on the Challenge are available from St Christopher’s Hospice 049-4332999, Ciaran Weir 086-0753309, William Hughes on 086-3584700 and Village Foodstore in Crossdoney. Please COME ALONG and support this worthy cause!!

Bailieborough News Thursday 10th October 2019

Bailieborough News. October 7th  2019. Matthew J. Cullen.

Hardtimes Chorus Choir and The Omagh Peace Choir: As part of the Building Positive Relations initiative sponsored by PEACE IV and SEUPB, ‘Hard Times Chorus’ and The Omagh Peace Choir are presenting a choral collaboration on Saturday next October 12th  at 4.00pm in St Annes Church and Sunday, October 13th  in Omagh Library. This free event is open to all to attend and is being facilitated by none other than Daryl Simpson of the Celtic Tenors. We look forward to seeing you all on the day for an enjoyable afternoon of song and celebration. If you have any enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact us on 042-969-4716.

Bailieborough Poetry Festival 2019: The 7th Bailieborough Poetry Festival took place last weekend. Great readings from featured poets, Moya Cannon, Kate Ennals and Pat Deeley, workshops by Moya and Pat, the launch of the LitLab anthology—entitled ‘Where You may Find Yourself’– and their collaboration with artist Jim McPartlin. It was busy!! The results of the Bailieborough Poetry Festival Competition 2019. The judge was Cavan Writer-in-Residence, Anthony J Quinn.

Winner: Christopher M James – ‘Janus’.
Runners Up: Giles Newington – ‘Dynamic Me’.
John D Kelly – ‘The Missing Piece’.

Congratulations to the winner and runners up and to the following who made the shortlist:
Orla Fay – ‘The Member of the Wedding.
Ruth Quinlan – ‘Eczema Herpeticum in The Limerick Regional’.
Eugene Platt – ‘Thank You Note to my New Wife’s Late Husband’.
Anne Tannam – ‘I’ll admit to’.
Kate Ennals – ‘Drafting a Poem in my Mother’s Old Diary’.

The announcement and presentation in Bailieborough Library on Saturday was a most enjoyable event. Thanks to those shortlisted poets who attended and read. Thanks also to the winner Christopher James who, though in Thailand, was able to read his poem for us through the wonders of modern technology.

Lit lab writers’ extend thanks to all who helped make Bailieborough Poetry Festival a great success again this year.

We are most grateful to Peter Murtagh who generously provided a wonderful venue for our poetry readings. Special thanks to Cavan Arts for their provision of funding, to Fiona, Marlene, Mary and Anne for facilitating our events in Bailieborough library also to Lee, Bailieborough Development Association for accommodating our workshop.

Thank you, Jim Mc Partlin, Anthony J. Quinn, Moya Cannon, Pat Deeley, Kate Ennals and Danny Forde for being our featured guests this year.

Finally, to all who came to enjoy a unique selection of art, poetry, prose and music, thank you, without your support the festival would not be possible.

October—Month of The Rosary: The Rosary will be said at the Grotto on the Virginia Road for the month of October at 7.30pm, every evening except Saturdays. All are very welcome to come along and pray for their many intentions.

Bailieborough Hen’s Shed: Bailieborough Hen’s Shed—weekely get-together in Bailieborough Library every Thursday morning during October, from 10.00am to 12 noon, commencing on this Thursday morning, October 10th and thereafter on Thursday, 17th, 24th  and 31st.  Ladies living in and around Bailieborough are invited to join us for a social morning. Come along and enjoy the company and the chat. Tea/Coffee provided.

St. Anne’s National School ‘Fun Run’: St. Anne’s N.S. are organising a ‘Fun Run’ on Sunday, October 20th starting at St. Anne’s National School. Registration will take place from 11.00am on the day.  Entry fee is €5 or a donation to take part. Individuals and families are invited to walk or run the 1K, 3K, 5K or 10K routes. Prizes and refreshments also on the day. This event promises to be a colourful occasion, to which the whole school is looking forward to. We would love you to join us for this fun event.

Bailieborough Heritage Society: Thank You: We had a fantastic turnout last Friday  night for the launch of ‘Industrious Bailieborough’. We had wonderful music supplied by harpist Mary Argue and beautiful food from Foxes. Thank you Padraic McIntyre for launching the book. The Courthouse is a fantastic venue, Bailieborough Development Association have to be commended on the fine restoration under the helm of Lee McDonnell, a truly wonder person. Thank-you to all who came and photographers Suella Holland and Kevin Gorman who took photos. We also wish to thank the Special EU Programmes Body Peace IV Project for their financial support, Jane Crudden, Peace Programme Manager, Siobhan and Dennis and the Community and Enterprise team, for their guidance and management, not forgetting our own team. Anyone wishing to obtain a copy of the book, please contact any of the Hertitage Society members.

‘Colourful Cavan and Beyond,’ by Artist Jim McParlin. An Art exhibition comprising of paintings depicting scenes from around the county and locations further afield. The exhibition will be on view in the Library until Friday, October 18th. All are welcome during Library opening hours.

Presentation: On Tuesday evening last, October 1st, The Bailieborough Mid-Summer Festival committee presented cheques to the value of €500 to members of the Bailieborough Cancer Fund and The Killann Cancer Fund in the B.D.A. Centre, Shercock Rd. The money was the proceeds of the Mid-Summer Festival’s ‘Honda 50 and Vintage Tractor/Car Run’. Also on the night, the Mid-Summer Festival Committee received a cheque for €437.50 from Tesco, Bailieborough as part of Tesco’s ‘Blue Tokens’ promotion. 

C.P.R. ‘Hands for Life Course’ : How would you like to complete a CPR Hands for Life Course in late November?

Well now is your chance to get this potentially lifesaving training FREE. Yes you read that correct FREE!!

Bailieborough Shamrocks GAA in conjunction with Irish Heart Foundation are offering this CPR Training to the whole community.
The course takes just one hour – 60 minutes to learn to save a life!
The instructor will provide all the material and will run 3 CPR courses with 30 people per course..

If we have enough interest then this course will go ahead in late November with the date and venue to be confirmed.

If you are interested then please contact the event organiser and our club Secretary Mark Gilsenan on secretary.bailieborough.cavan@gaa.ie or text him on 087 4158919 with your name and number of seats required on the course. Please note–The course is open to over 18 years old ONLY!

Trad Musicians Wanted: Calling all amateur traditional musicians. Bailieborough Development Association would like to encourage amateur musicians to come together to share their musical skills and have the craic. This is a social programme, designed to get people out of isolation and to socialise and share skills. Call 042-969-4716 for further information.

Craft Fair: A ‘Craft Fair’ will take place at the Bailie Hotel on Sunday 20th  October from 12-5pm. (All tables fully booked). Lots of different Craft Stalls, from Cupcakes to Jewellery and from Candles to Toys! Come and join us here at the Bailie Hotel, you never know what you may see! All welcome.

Bailieborough School of Music: Lotto results for 05-10-2019.  Numbers Drawn; 16, 17, 26, 29.  No Jackpot Winner, Lucky Dip (€25) Winners; Lindsey Gaynor, Colin Smyth; Liam Clarke; Colin Smyth. Next week’s Jackpot €6,300.

Bowls: Bailieborough Community Bowls continue in the Community Centre on Wednesday evenings at 8.00pm. New members—both male and female are most welcome.

Bailieborough Mental Health Association:  On Tuesday evening next, the 15th  of October 2019, we will be holding our book launch of the local school children’s essay competition, which we held for them. The launch will be in Bailieborough Courthouse at 7:45 pm. We are privileged to have Minister for Mental Health ,Jim Daly in attendance on the night. All welcome to come along to support the local children on a great accomplishment.

Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd: Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd’s Annual Variety Concert will be held on Friday, 15th and Saturday, 16th November. We are looking for local talent to take part…..if interested, please contact Edel on 086 1004030.

Computers for Farmers: Help is at hand for farmers, who need training in Basic Computers, On-line Herd Registration Form Filling, Internet and email, Farm Record Keeping, Health and Safety etc. Classes are free and are commencing on Monday evenings in Bailieborough Business Centre at 7pm. To book a place contact Noelette Dolan on 087 9293531 or Elizabeth on 087 6190040.

 

Walk, Jog, Run or Crawl! Run, walk, crawl or jog every Monday and Wednesday evenings at the Community Centre, Chapel Road, Bailieborough at 8pm.  It’s free!!!! And there is no catch! All newcomers welcome.  Also the Saturday morning Leisure Group Cycle is back and takes place on Saturday mornings leaving from the Community Centre, Bailieborough at 9.00AM. Please bring euros for coffee stop and all welcome.

Vincent’s Shop: It is getting to that time of the year again, the dreaded ‘C’ word and we would like to ask if any of our regular or new donators can search through their attics, garages, etc… and donate any unwanted Halloween outfits, decorations, bric-a-brac, etc… and also Christmas jumpers, outfits, decorations, boxed toys (preferably new), along with Christmas Bric-a-Brac, so that we can recycle them this year for Christmas instead of them finding a home in landfill!! We also accept all forms of clothing but are especially looking for men and youth clothing from 16 to 24 years of age. Thank you for your continued support of our shop.

Irish Dancing Classes: Irish Dancing Classes take place every Thursday evening from 6.00 to 8.00pm, in the Community Centre, Chapel Road. For further details, please contact: Tracy at 085 771 2282.

Halloween ‘Fright Night’ is back!!: Bailieborough Mid-Summer Festival and Town Events are happy to announce that, the ‘Halloween Fright Night’ is back on this year. Following the terrific success of last year’s event, this year’s one takes place on Friday, October 25th at the Chapel Carpark, at the Town Lake. Registration is from 6.00pm and the night promises to be one filled with Scary Walks, Music, Tea, Coffee and Treats. For more information, please contact Tony at 086 3993 430.

Citizen’s Information: The service takes place every Tuesday from 1.30pm to 2.30pm in the Library— providing information, advice and advocacy supports to everyone on Social welfare, employment, Pensions, Health, Tax etc… No appointment necessary.

Bailieborough ‘Lend A Hand’: ‘Lend a Hand’ is for the elderly and vulnerable in the Bailieborough area. Just give us a call if you need a job done, or even just a chat. Phone Ann on 042 9694825.

Baptism Dates in St. Annes for October and November 2019: The following are the available dates for Baptisms in St. Anne’s Church–  October 19th (Saturday, 1.30pm), November 3rd (Sunday, 12.30pm) and November 16th (Saturday, 1.30pm).  

Bailieborough Library: The Craft Group are still going strong with many great memories and hopefully more to come! Not just a craft group, but a place to come, have a cuppa, learn new talents, make new friends and feel very welcome. Everyone is welcome every Friday morning drop in from 10am to 1pm!

Book Club 6pm-7pm on the last Thursday of every month; Lit Lab writers group every second Tuesday. Contact 042 9665779 for details on any of the above.

Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd: The Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd Committee is available to help cancer patients or their families. Free Taxi service available. For further information, contact: Edel Fox 086 1004030.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Local meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous are held in: The Health Centre, Kells Road on Wednesdays at 8.30pm.

East Cavan Gaels GAA Club – Hurling News 7th October 2019

Senior; First outdoor session on Sunday last in Killann. We might move to astro in the weeks ahead as pitches begin to get heavy.

Under 15/17; Under 15s almost done while U17s will play in Shane Mulholland U18 tournament in Breffni Park next weekend.

New Jerseys;

Mondays Under 11 squad will don brand new and rather cool ECG U11 jerseys. This is with thanks to all in the local community who supported both our draws for All Ireland final tickets.

Under 7/9;

We had to delay the start of the U7/9 indoor due to maintenance of the hall. We will start on Friday, October 18th instead.

The week ahead; 

Wednesday; U17 training tbc

Friday; Senior training 8pm tbc

Club contacts;

U7/9/11; Willie Gaughan 086 164 9280.

U13/15/17/Senior; Kathryn O’ Flynn 087 244 1371.

Tullyvin Musical Society: Tickets are now on sale for Tullyvin Musical Society’s upcoming show ‘All Shook Up’ which runs fromWednesday16th -Saturday19th October in Tullyvin Community Centre at 8pm nightly. Tickets €18 can be purchased on Eventbrite.ie or from any cast member. Thank you in advance for your ongoing support.

Bailieborough News Thursday October 3rd 2019

Bailieborough News. October 3rd 2019  2019. Matthew J. Cullen.

Bailieborough Poetry Festival 2019: The 7th Bailieborough Poetry Festival will take place this weekend from Thursday, 3rd  to Saturday, 5th  October. Building on previous years’ events there will be a refreshing group of poets, artists, readers and musicians. The following is the programme of events for the Festival:  

Thursday 3rd October: Venue; Bailieborough Library Arts Space at 7.30 pm: Launch of Festival surrounded by the art work of Jim McPartlin in the Exhibition space. Reading by LitLab members.

Friday 4th October. Venue; Murtagh’s Lounge, Main St.

7.30 pm: Moya Cannon launches LitLab Anthology accompanied by Editor and Cavan Writer in Residence, Anthony J Quinn.

8.30 pm; Moya Cannon, poetry reading.

9.30 pm: Open mic.

Saturday 5th October.

10am: Venue; Bailieborough Courthouse, Meeting Space.

Pat Boran, Workshop entitled ‘Editing, revising, and finding the poem inside the poem.’

10am: Venue; Bailieborough Library Arts Space.

Moya Cannon Workshop. Aimed at the writer in progress entitled ‘Keeping Going’ (workshops to be booked on www.bailieboroughpoetry.com) Numbers limited.

2.30pm: Venue; Bailieborough Library Arts Space.

Baileborough Poetry Prize Giving and Reading of prizewinning poems by Cavan Writer-in- residence, Anthony J. Quinn.

4pm: Writing masterclass for all aspiring writers by Anthony J. Quinn.
7.30pm: Venue; Murtagh’s Lounge, Main St.

Kate Ennals, poetry reading.

8.30pm: Pat Boran, Reading.
9.30 pm: Open Mic hosted by Ann Hanley.
10pm: Music by singer/songwriter, Danny Forde.

Bailieborough Poetry Festival……………..WHERE WORDS MATTER.

Harvest Mission :The Bailieborough Group of Church of Ireland Parishes will be taking part in a diocese wide harvest mission called ‘Gathered In’.  All of the mission events are open to everyone and anyone who wants to come along.

Wednesday 2nd October 8pm in the Bailie Hotel, Johnny Cash ‘Walking the Line’ – David Kelly sings the songs of Johnny Cash and relays the ups ad downs of Johnny’s spiritual life story.

East Cavan Swim Club: East Cavan Swim Club. – Our Annual General Meeting will be held on Friday next, 4th October at 8pm in the Bailie Hotel. All welcome.

October—Month of The Rosary: The Rosary will be said at the Grotto on the Virginia Road for the month of October at 7.30pm, every evening except Saturdays. All are very welcome to come along and pray for their many intentions.

‘Colourful Cavan and Beyond,’ by Artist Jim McParlin. An Art exhibition comprising of paintings depicting scenes from around the county and locations further afield. The exhibition will be on view in the Library until Friday, October 18th. All are welcome during Library opening hours.

Bailieborough Heritage Society: Bailieborough Heritage Society are launching a book entitled’ Industrious Bailieborough on Friday, October 4th at 8.00pm in the newly renovated Courthouse. The book will be launched by local Actor and Playwright, Padraic McIntyre. Refreshments served and all are welcome to attend.

Trad Musicians Wanted: Calling all amateur traditional musicians. Bailieborough Development Association would like to encourage amateur musicians to come together to share their musical skills and have the craic. This is a social programme, designed to get people out of isolation and to socialise and share skills. Call 042-969-4716 for further information.

Bailieborough Women’s Group: Bailieborough Women’s Group will meet in the Community Centre on Friday afternoon next, October 4th from 2pm to 4pm. New members most welcome.

Bailieborough School of Music: Lotto results for 28-09-2019.  Numbers Drawn; 03, 19, 28, 29.  No Jackpot Winner, Lucky Dip (€25) Winners; Yvonne and Paul Rooney; Patsy Clarke; Martin and Patricia McGuirk; Enda Sheridan(Jnr). Next week’s Jackpot €6,200.

Deepest Sympathy: Deepest Sympathy is extended to son Thomas, daughters Miriam and Heather, sister Betty, grandchildren Rebecca, Erika and Ava, nephews, nieces, cousins, relatives and friends, on the death of Gilbert Gibson, Rockview, Lisball, Bailieborough, Co. Cavan, who passed away peacefully at his residence on Monday, September 23rd. Gilbert was predeceased by his wife Harriett. Gilbert’s Funeral Service took place in Corglass Presbyterian Church on Wednesday, September 25th  with burial afterwards in the adjoining graveyard.

Bowls: Bailieborough Community Bowls continue in the Community Centre on Wednesday evenings at 8.00pm. New members—both male and female are most welcome.

Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd: Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd’s Annual Variety Concert will be held on Friday, 15th and Saturday, 16th November. We are looking for local talent to take part…..if interested, please contact Edel on 086 1004030.

Computers for Farmers: Help is at hand for farmers, who need training in Basic Computers, On-line Herd Registration Form Filling, Internet and email, Farm Record Keeping, Health and Safety etc. Classes are free and are commencing on Monday evenings in Bailieborough Business Centre at 7pm. To book a place contact Noelette Dolan on 087 9293531 or Elizabeth on 087 6190040.

Bailieborough Branch and Unit of the Irish Red Cross: Would like to thank all who contributed so generously to their Church Gate collection last weekend. They rely solely on donations, fundraising and duties to help keep the Branch and Unit operating. Thanks to you all.

 

Walk, Jog, Run or Crawl! Run, walk, crawl or jog every Monday and Wednesday evenings at the Community Centre, Chapel Road, Bailieborough at 8pm.  It’s free!!!! And there is no catch! All newcomers welcome.  Also the Saturday morning Leisure Group Cycle is back and takes place on Saturday mornings leaving from the Community Centre, Bailieborough at 9.00AM. Please bring euros for coffee stop and all welcome.

Vincent’s Shop: It is getting to that time of the year again, the dreaded ‘C’ word and we would like to ask if any of our regular or new donators can search through their attics, garages, etc… and donate any unwanted Halloween outfits, decorations, bric-a-brac, etc… and also Christmas jumpers, outfits, decorations, boxed toys (preferably new), along with Christmas Bric-a-Brac, so that we can recycle them this year for Christmas instead of them finding a home in landfill!! We also accept all forms of clothing but are especially looking for men and youth clothing from 16 to 24 years of age. Thank you for your continued support of our shop.

Deepest Sympathy:  Deepest Sympathy is extended to sisters, Patricia Mitchell and Mary Maye (Croghan) and nephews, Michael and Patrick, niece Pauline, niece-in-law Anne, grandnieces Evelyn and Ursula, cousins, relatives and friends on the death of James (JP) Mitchell, Drumderrig Nursing Home, Boyle, Co. Roscommon and formerly Church Lane, Bailieborough, Co. Cavan, who passed away peacefully, in his 77th year, at Drumderrig Nursing Home, Boyle, on Tuesday, September 24th.  James was predeceased by his parents, Michael and Agnes. Jame’s Funeral Mass took place in St. Annes Church, Bailieborough on Friday morning, September 27th with burial afterwards in St. Annes Cemetery.

Irish Dancing Classes: Irish Dancing Classes take place every Thursday evening from 6.00 to 8.00pm, in the Community Centre, Chapel Road. For further details, please contact: Tracy at 085 771 2282.

Halloween ‘Fright Night’ is back!!: Bailieborough Mid-Summer Festival and Town Events are happy to announce that, the ‘Halloween Fright Night’ is back on this year. Following the terrific success of last year’s event, this year’s one takes place on Friday, October 25th at the Chapel Carpark, at the Town Lake. Registration is from 6.00pm and the night promises to be one filled with Scary Walks, Music, Tea, Coffee and Treats. For more information, please contact Tony at 086 3993 430.

Citizen’s Information: The service takes place every Tuesday from 1.30pm to 2.30pm in the Library— providing information, advice and advocacy supports to everyone on Social welfare, employment, Pensions, Health, Tax etc.  No appointment necessary.

Bailieborough ‘Lend A Hand’: ‘Lend a Hand’ is for the elderly and vulnerable in the Bailieborough area. Just give us a call if you need a job done, or even just a chat. Phone Ann on 042 9694825.

Baptism Dates in St. Annes for October and November 2019: The following are the available dates for Baptisms in St. Anne’s Church–  October 6th (Sunday, 12.30pm), October 19th (Saturday, 1.30pm), November 3rd (Sunday, 12.30pm) and November 16th (Saturday, 1.30pm).  

Bailieborough Library: The Craft Group are still going strong with many great memories and hopefully more to come! Not just a craft group, but a place to come, have a cuppa, learn new talents, make new friends and feel very welcome. Everyone is welcome every Friday morning drop in from 10am to 1pm!

Book Club 6pm-7pm on the last Thursday of every month; Lit Lab writers group every second Tuesday. Contact 042 9665779 for details on any of the above.

Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd: The Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd Committee is available to help cancer patients or their families. Free Taxi service available. For further information, contact: Edel Fox 086 1004030.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Local meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous are held in: The Health Centre, Kells Road on Wednesdays at 8.30pm.

Tullyvin Musical Society: Tickets are now on sale for Tullyvin Musical Society’s upcoming show ‘All Shook Up’ which runs fromWednesday16th -Saturday19th October in Tullyvin Community Centre at 8pm nightly. Tickets €18 can be purchased on Eventbrite.ie or from any cast member. Thank you in advance for your ongoing support.

Autumn Craft and Gift Fair: Autumn Craft and Gift fair, in the Slieve Russell Hotel, Ballyconnell,on Sunday 6th October, from 12-5pm, free admission. See downlandcrafts.ie for more information or ring

049 436 4877.

Bailieborough News Thursday 26th September

Bailieborough News. September 26th   2019. Matthew J. Cullen.

‘Walk for Willow’: The ‘Walk for Willow’ was held at the end of August and proved to be a very successful event. On Saturday night last, in the Bailie Hotel, the grand total of €10,279.50  was revealed and it is now on it’s way to Féileacáin ( Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Association of Ireland ). Thank you to each and every one of you who has donated in Willow’s Memory and also a big ‘Thank You’ to everyone who helped organise the event, participated in it or helped out in any way.

Harvest Mission :Between Sunday next, 29th September and Wednesday, 2nd October, The Bailieborough Group of Church of Ireland Parishes will be taking part in a diocese wide harvest mission called ‘Gathered In’.  All of the mission events are open to everyone and anyone who wants to come along. Here are some notable times and events:

Sunday 29th September at 3pm outside Knockbride Church, Community Tractor Service – polish up the Tractor and bring it out to pray for the harvest. 

Tuesday 1st October at 11am Coffee morning in the Rectory, 7:30pm Wholeness and Healing Service in Bailieborough Church.

Wednesday 2nd October 8pm in the Bailie Hotel, Johnny Cash ‘Walking the Line’ – David Kelly sings the songs of Johnny Cash and relays the ups ad downs of Johnny’s spiritual life story.

For more details contact Rev Ian Horner.

 ‘Colourful Cavan and Beyond,’ by Artist Jim McParlin. An Art exhibition comprising of paintings depicting scenes from around the county and locations further afield. The exhibition will be on view in the Library until Friday, October 18th. All are welcome during Library opening hours.

Bailieborough Social Day Centre: The Bailieborough Social Day Centre’s next get -together will be  on Wednesday, September 25th from 2.30pm to 4.30pm, in the Community Centre, Chapel Road, for the usual entertainment. New people are very welcome to join. Deposits for the overnight trip to the Abbey Hotel in Donegal Town on the 1st of October will be collected on this day.

Introduction to the Internet: Cavan/ Monaghan Education and Training Board will facilitate an ‘Introduction to the Internet’ course starting on Thursday next, September 26th, from 12.30pm-2.30pm in the Library, Market Square.  The six week course is FREE and participants are asked to bring their own laptop or tablet. Phone 042 9665779 to book you place.

Bailieborough Heritage Society: Bailieborough Heritage Society are launching a book entitled’ Industrious Bailieborough on Friday, October 4th at 8.00pm in the newly renovated Courthouse. Refreshments served and all are welcome to attend.

Trad Musicians Wanted: Calling all amateur traditional musicians. Bailieborough Development Association would like to encourage amateur musicians to come together to share their musical skills and have the craic. This is a social programme, designed to get people out of isolation and to socialise and share skills. Call 042-969-4716 for further information.

Bailieborough School of Music: Lotto results for 14-09-2019.  Numbers Drawn; 10, 14, 18, 28.  No Jackpot Winner, Lucky Dip (€25) Winners; Mairead McCabe; John Gibson; Padraig Liggan; Seamus McCaul. Next week’s Jackpot €6,100.

Bailieborough Poetry Festival 2019: The 7th Bailieborough Poetry Festival will take place this year from Thursday, 3rd  to Saturday, 5th  October. Building on previous years’ events there will be a refreshing group of poets, artists, readers and musicians. The following is the programme of events for the festival:  

Thursday 3rd October: Venue; Bailieborough Library Arts Space at 7.30 pm: Launch of Festival surrounded by the art work of Jim McPartlin in the Exhibition space. Reading by LitLab members.

Friday 4th October. Venue; Murtagh’s Lounge, Main St.

7.30 pm: Moya Cannon launches LitLab Anthology accompanied by Editor and Cavan Writer in Residence, Anthony J Quinn.

8.30 pm; Moya Cannon, poetry reading.

9.30 pm: Open mic.

Saturday 5th October.

10am: Venue; Bailieborough Courthouse, Meeting Space.

Pat Boran, Workshop entitled ‘Editing, revising, and finding the poem inside the poem.’

10am: Venue; Bailieborough Library Arts Space.

Moya Cannon Workshop. Aimed at the writer in progress entitled ‘Keeping Going’ (workshops to be booked on www.bailieboroughpoetry.com) Numbers limited.

2.30pm: Venue; Bailieborough Library Arts Space.

Baileborough Poetry Prize Giving and Reading of prizewinning poems by Cavan Writer-in- residence, Anthony J. Quinn.

4pm: Writing masterclass for all aspiring writers by Anthony J. Quinn.
7.30pm: Venue; Murtagh’s Lounge, Main St.

Kate Ennals, poetry reading.

8.30pm: Pat Boran, Reading.
9.30 pm: Open Mic hosted by Ann Hanley.
10pm: Music by singer/songwriter, Danny Forde.

Bailieborough Poetry Festival……………..WHERE WORDS MATTER.

Vincent’s Shop: Some of our current volunteers said that they first volunteered with us to meet new people, make a difference in their local community and felt that it was a good way to spend their free time. We at Vincents, on Main St., Bailieborough are currently looking to add to our current set-up of volunteers, mainly to cover Saturday mornings from 10.00am to 1pm, every Saturday. Should you wish to join us for this role, please call into the Shop to speak to Stephen McGuire, the Shop Manager or call him on 085 1894 922.

Deepest Sympathy: Deepest Sympathy is extended to wife, Nuala, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends on the death of Terence (Terry) Dunne, Lisnalea, Bailieborough, Co Cavan who passed away peacefully at Cavan General Hospital surrounded by his loving family on Sunday, September 15th. Terry was predeceased by his brothers Philip and Thomas and his sister Eleanor. Terry’s Funeral Mass took place in St. Anne’s Church on Wednesday, September 18th with burial afterwards in St. Anne’s Cemetery.

Bowls: Bailieborough Community Bowls continue in the Community Centre on Wednesday evenings at 8.00pm, for the new Bowls season. New members—both male and female are most welcome.

Computers for Farmers: Help is at hand for farmers, who need training in Basic Computers, On-line Herd Registration Form Filling, Internet and email, Farm Record Keeping, Health and Safety etc. Classes are free and are commencing on Monday evenings in Bailieborough Business Centre at 7pm. To book a place contact Noelette Dolan on 087 9293531 or Elizabeth on 087 6190040.


Bailieborough Hen’s Shed: Bailieborough Hen’s Shed is a sparkly new initiative, which aims to give the women of Bailieborough, a space where they can take time for themselves, enjoy company and a chat over a cup of tea, engage in courses and community projects and most importantly, make friends and create a support network, so that we ladies can be there for each other when needed.

A small group of ladies are currently negotiating the process of setting up this group and we would welcome the input of any women who would be interested in being members of the group.

We want your suggestions and support in developing a programme of activities and get-togethers for the initial period from September 2019 up to Christmas 2019. By then we should have an established group to carry us forward into 2020 and beyond!

The Beckscourt Centre has kindly agreed to provide space for us as we take our first steps and a big ‘Thank You’ goes to Padraig McBreen and Breffni Integrated for their support so far. Now it is up to we ladies to do it for ourselves!

Are you interested, either in being part of the initial planning geoup or just becoming a member, if so please make contact with Maria at bailieboroughhensshed@gmail.com or find us on Facebook and send a request to join our private group.

 

Walk, Jog, Run or Crawl! Run, walk, crawl or jog every Monday and Wednesday evenings at the Community Centre, Chapel Road, Bailieborough at 8pm.  It’s free!!!! And there is no catch! All newcomers welcome.  Also the Saturday morning Leisure Group Cycle is back and takes place on Saturday mornings leaving from the Community Centre, Bailieborough at 9.00AM. Please bring euros for coffee stop and all welcome.

Deepest Sympathy: Deepest Sympathy is extended to loving husband Charlie, sons Plunkett, Cathal and Patrick, daughter Julie, daughters-in-law Shirley and Jenny, Patrick’s partner Aoife, son-in-law Nigel, grandchildren, brothers Malachy and James, sisters Catherine, Bridgid, Marie, Gertie and Josephine, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews and extended family and friends on the death of Sheila Clarke (née Plunkett), Leitrim, Bailieborough, Co. Cavan and formerly Carnaross, Co Meath,  who passed away peacefully at her residence, in the loving care of her family on Monday, September 16th . Sheila’s Funeral Mass took place in St. Patrick’s Church, Tierworker on Thursday, September 19th with burial afterwards in Moybologue Cemetery.

Irish Dancing Classes: Irish Dancing Classes take place every Thursday evening from 6.00 to 8.00pm, in the Community Centre, Chapel Road. For further details, please contact: Tracy at 085 771 2282.

Spanish Lessons with Lydia: Spanish Lessons with Lydia in Bailieborough will take place in the B.D.A. Centre, Shercock Road, (beside the playground) on Tuesday and Wednesdays.  Group lessons for school children (all ages), adult lessons, beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. For more information, call or message Lydia on 087 741 4735.

Citizen’s Information: The service takes place every Tuesday from 1.30pm to 2.30pm in the Library— providing information, advice and advocacy supports to everyone on Social welfare, employment, Pensions, Health, Tax etc.  No appointment necessary.

Bailieborough ‘Lend A Hand’: ‘Lend a Hand’ is for the elderly and vulnerable in the Bailieborough area. Just give us a call if you need a job done, or even just a chat. Phone Ann on 042 9694825.

School Reunion: On Saturday next, 28th September, the Bailieborough Community School ‘Class of 89’ are having a school reunion in Nixys, The Square Bar, at 9.30 pm. Please contact Caroline at 042 9666355 for further information.

Baptism Dates in St. Annes for October and November 2019: The following are the available dates for Baptisms in St. Anne’s Church–  October 6th (Sunday, 12.30pm), October 19th (Saturday, 1.30pm), November 3rd (Sunday, 12.30pm) and November 16th (Saturday, 1.30pm).  

Bailieborough Library: The Craft Group are still going strong with many great memories and hopefully more to come! Not just a craft group, but a place to come, have a cuppa, learn new talents, make new friends and feel very welcome. Everyone is welcome every Friday morning drop in from 10am to 1pm!

Book Club 6pm-7pm on the last Thursday of every month; Lit Lab writers group every second Tuesday. Contact 042 9665779 for details on any of the above.

Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd: The Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd Committee is available to help cancer patients or their families. Free Taxi service available. For further information, contact: Edel Fox 086 1004030.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Local meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous are held in: The Health Centre, Kells Road on Wednesdays at 8.30pm.

East Cavan Gaels GAA Club – Hurling News 23rd, September 2019

Senior;

With most local adult football now almost finished for the year it will be an opportunity for our lads to prepare early for the 2020 season with a few weeks of training and challenge games to finish out the year. Training will resume in early October.

Under 13/15/17;

Under 13s continue every other week in Breffni at the U13 league. They are going very well.

Under 11;

The under 11s continue their fine season in Breffni on Monday in the penultimate round of the league.

Under 7/9;

We are almost ready to hit the ground with our indoor season. We hope to have individual sessions for both the U7s and U9s. Full details next week but we expect to start the first week of October.

All Ireland football ticket draws;

Thanks to all who supported both draws for tickets for the two All Ireland football finals. Congratulations to Jack Barry and Bernie Lambe. Your support has contributed significantly to the purchase of a new set of U11 jerseys for the boys.

Thank you.

Croke Park activity day;

Congratulations to both Finan Kerr and Eoghan McBreen who represented the club in Croke Park on Sunday last playing both hurling and football on the hallowed turf. Well done lads.

The week ahead;

Monday; U11 in Breffni 7pm. U13s in Killann 6pm.

Club contacts;

U7/9/11; Willie Gaughan 086 164 9280.

U13/15/17/Senior; Kathryn O’ Flynn 087 244 1371.

Tullyvin Musical Society: Tickets are now on sale for Tullyvin Musical Society’s upcoming show ‘All Shook Up’ which runs fromWednesday16th -Saturday19th October in Tullyvin Community Centre at 8pm nightly. Tickets €18 can be purchased on Eventbrite.ie or from any cast member. Thank you in advance for your ongoing support.

Home Insulation: Free home insulation applications and grant applications are available through Leitrim Warmer Homes for houses built before 2006. Free home insulation is available to qualifying fuel poor households and SEAI grants are available for all other households. The free scheme and grant scheme covers attic, cavity wall, internal and external wall insulation. To find out more and to apply, call Leitrim Warmer Homes on 07196 40771. Leitrim Warmer Homes is a local and trusted energy efficiency contractor serving the communities of the North West.

Autumn Craft and Gift Fair: Autumn Craft and Gift fair, in the Slieve Russell Hotel, Ballyconnell,on Sunday 6th October, from 12-5pm, free admission. See downlandcrafts.ie for more information or ring 049 436 4877.

Bailieborough News Thursday 19th September 2019

Bailieborough News. September 19th 2019. Matthew J. Cullen.

Culture Night, Friday, September 20th: ‘Colourful Cavan and Beyond,’ by Artist Jim McParlin. An Art exhibition comprising of paintings depicting scenes from around the county and locations further afield. Venue: Bailieborough Library, Market Square, Bailieborough, Co Cavan. Time: 4pm to 5:15pm. All welcome.

Best Wishes: Best Wishes are extended to Lorraine Harris and staff on the opening of the new Post Office, in SuperValu, Bailieborough. Catherine O’Reilly—former postmistress—performed the cutting of the ribbon at the new office on Monday morning and local ‘legend’, Vincent Gunn was the first customer up to the counter!!

Please note that the old letter box at the old Post Office on Main Street is still in existence and being used until further notice. 

‘The Open Door Sessions—Culture Night, Friday, September 20th: A gathering together to celebrate music, poetry, comedy and art.
A celebration of music, poetry, comedy and art, commencing at 9.00pm, in ‘Downstairs @ Nixy’s’, The Square Bar, Bailieborough.  Guests on the night: Faraway Martin (music), Joe Byrne (poet), Hidden Stills (music), Ross Mc Carthy (comedian), Miriam Fitzgerald Juskova (visual artist) and local woman, Fidel Hogan Walsh (poet). Free admission and all are most welcome to attend. .

Moybologue Historical Society: After the success of ‘Moybologue and the parishes of East Cavan; 1400 – 1800’ in October 2018, Moybologue Historical Society – Cumann Seanchais Mhaigh Bolg is delighted to welcome Monsignor Liam Kelly back to Tierworker for ‘Culture Night‘ 2019 with a talk on ‘Culture Night: The Battle Of Coolnahinch and other troubles in the 1790s,’ in St. Mary’s Hall, Tierworker on Friday 20th September at 8:30pm.

Monsignor Kelly is a native of County Leitrim and is current Diocesan Administrator of the Diocese of Kilmore. He was appointed Vicar General of the Diocese of Kilmore in 2015. He is a noted historian and has written several books, his most recent one being The Diocese of Kilmore c,1100-1800 which was published in 2017. Join us on the night to hear his insights into the troubled and tragic events at nearby Coolnahinch in November 1793.

As with all our talks and events, admission is free of charge, refreshments will be served and all are welcome.

First Holy Communion: Congratulations to Mervyn Lloyd (Junior), from the Model School who received his First Holy Communion in St. Anne’s Church on Sunday morning last. Thank you to Mervyn’s parents for their co-operation and to the area Pastoral assistant, Andrea Connelly for all her help and guidance.

Bailieborough Development Association are proud to announce that Phase 1 and 2 of Bailieborough Courthouse regeneration project is complete. We are inviting interested parties who would like to use the space to give us a call for a viewing. The spaces comprise, individual pay per day Hot Desk, Meeting Space, Training Space, Rehearsal and Performance space, Studio space. We have made the space as versatile as possible to suit all different types of use. Please call Lee on 042-969-4716 or 086-794-9739 or email lee@bailieborough.com

Bailieborough Social Day Centre: The Bailieborough Social Day Centre will be starting back on Wednesday, September 25th from 2.30pm to 4.30pm, in the Community Centre, Chapel Road, for the usual entertainment. New members are always most welcome.

Trad Musicians Wanted: Calling all amateur traditional musicians. Bailieborough Development Association would like to encourage amateur musicians to come together to share their musical skills and have the craic. This is a social programme, designed to get people out of isolation and to socialise and share skills. Call 042-969-4716 for further information.

Legion of Mary: The Legion of Mary are organising a bus to Knock Shrine on Sunday next, September 22nd. Anyone wishing to go, please contact any Legion member. Everyone welcome.

Vincent’s Shop: Some of our current volunteers said that they first volunteered with us to meet new people, make a difference in their local community and felt that it was a good way to spend their free time. We at Vincents, on Main St., Bailieborough are currently looking to add to our current set-up of volunteers, mainly to cover Saturday mornings from 10.00am to 1pm, every Saturday. Should you wish to join us for this role, please call into the Shop to speak to Stephen McGuire, the Shop Manager or call him on 085 1894 922.

Bowls: Bailieborough Community Bowls continue in the Community Centre on Wednesday evenings at 8.00pm, for the new Bowls season. New members—both male and female are most welcome.

Computers for Farmers: Help is at hand for farmers, who need training in Basic Computers, On-line Herd Registration Form Filling, Internet and email, Farm Record Keeping, Health and Safety etc. Classes are free and are commencing on Monday evenings this September in Bailieborough Business Centre at 7pm. To book a place contact Noelette Dolan on 087 9293531 or Elizabeth on 087 6190040.


Bailieborough Hen’s Shed: Bailieborough Hen’s Shed is a sparkly new initiative, which aims to give the women of Bailieborough, a space where they can take time for themselves, enjoy company and a chat over a cup of tea, engage in courses and community projects and most importantly, make friends and create a support network, so that we ladies can be there for each other when needed.

A small group of ladies are currently negotiating the process of setting up this group and we would welcome the input of any women who would be interested in being members of the group.

We want your suggestions and support in developing a programme of activities and get-togethers for the initial period from September 2019 up to Christmas 2019. By then we should have an established group to carry us forward into 2020 and beyond!

The Beckscourt Centre has kindly agreed to provide space for us as we take our first steps and a big ‘Thank You’ goes to Padraig McBreen and Breffni Integrated for their support so far. Now it is up to we ladies to do it for ourselves!

Are you interested, either in being part of the initial planning group or just becoming a member, if so please make contact with Maria at bailieboroughhensshed@gmail.com or find us on Facebook and send a request to join our private group.

 

Walk, Jog, Run or Crawl! Run, walk, crawl or jog every Monday and Wednesday evenings at the Community Centre, Chapel Road, Bailieborough at 8pm.  It’s free!!!! And there is no catch! All newcomers welcome.  Also the Saturday morning Leisure Group Cycle is back and takes place on Saturday mornings leaving from the Community Centre, Bailieborough at 9.00AM. Please bring euros for coffee stop and all welcome.

Irish Dancing Classes: Irish Dancing Classes take place every Thursday evening from 6.00 to 8.00pm, in the Community Centre, Chapel Road. For further details, please contact: Tracy at 085 771 2282.

Multiple Sclerosis—Cavan Branch: The Cavan Branch of Multiple Sclerosis would like to thank everyone who donated to their recent Church Gate collections in Bailieborough and Killann. Your donations are very much appreciated.

Spanish Lessons with Lydia: Spanish Lessons with Lydia in Bailieborough will take place in the B.D.A. Centre, Shercock Road, (beside the playground) on Tuesday and Wednesday, ¾ September. Group lessons for school children (all ages), adult lessons, beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. For more information, call or message Lydia on 087 741 4735.

Bailieborough School of Music: Lotto results for 14-09-2019.  Numbers Drawn; 7, 13, 25, 28.  No Jackpot Winner, Lucky Dip (€25) Winners; Gerry and Lisa Clarke; Annie Corcoran; Elaine Collins; Lindsey Gaynor. Next week’s Jackpot €6,000.

Citizen’s Information: The service takes place every Tuesday from 1.30pm to 2.30pm in the Library— providing information, advice and advocacy supports to everyone on Social welfare, employment, Pensions, Health, Tax etc.  No appointment necessary.

Bailieborough ‘Lend A Hand’: ‘Lend a Hand’ is for the elderly and vulnerable in the Bailieborough area. Just give us a call if you need a job done, or even just a chat. Phone Ann on 042 9694825.

Harvest Mission :Between Sunday, 29th September and Wednesday, 2nd October, The Bailieborough Group of Church of Ireland Parishes will be taking part in a diocese wide harvest mission called ‘Gathered In’.  All of the mission events are open to everyone and anyone who wants to come along. Here are some notable times and events:

Sunday 29th September at 3pm outside Knockbride Church, Community Tractor Service – polish up the Tractor and bring it out to pray for the harvest. 

Tuesday 1st October at 11am Coffee morning in the Rectory, 7:30pm Wholeness and Healing Service in Bailieborough Church.

Wednesday 2nd October 8pm in the Bailie Hotel, Johnny Cash ‘Walking the Line’ – David Kelly sings the songs of Johnny Cash and relays the ups ad downs of Johnny’s spiritual life story.

For more details contact Rev Ian Horner.  

School Reunion: On Saturday 28th September, the Bailieborough Community School ‘Class of 89’ are having a school reunion in Nixys, The Square Bar, at 9.30 pm. Please contact Caroline at 042 9666355 for further information.

Baptism Dates in St. Annes for September and October 2019: The following are the available dates for Baptisms in St. Anne’s Church–  September 21st (Saturday, 1.30pm), October 6th (Sunday, 12.30pm) and October 19th (Saturday, 1.30pm).  

Bailieborough Library: The Craft Group are still going strong with many great memories and hopefully more to come! Not just a craft group, but a place to come, have a cuppa, learn new talents, make new friends and feel very welcome. Everyone is welcome every Friday morning drop in from 10am to 1pm!

Book Club 6pm-7pm on the last Thursday of every month; Lit Lab writers group every second Tuesday. Contact 042 9665779 for details on any of the above.

Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd: The Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd Committee is available to help cancer patients or their families. Free Taxi service available. For further information, contact: Edel Fox 086 1004030.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Local meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous are held in: The Health Centre, Kells Road on Wednesdays at 8.30pm.

‘Cowfest’: ‘Cowfest’ is an event being held to commerate the 5th anniversary of the rescue of fugitive cow, ‘Rambling Rose’ and her calf ‘Sunday’, by Meath River Rescue from an island on Breakey Lake. On Friday next, September 20th at 10pm, there will be live music in the Jolly Old Cross, Cormeen by Reilly and the Moonrakers, with a  Jiving competition from 10pm to 11pm. There will be practise time from 9pm. No cover charge.

On Saturday, September 21st there will be a Rural Walk from Cormenn Sports Complex at 1.00pm. Refreshments afterwards. 10 entry fee per adult. At 2.00pm, there will be a Community Day at Cormeen Sports Complex with live music, art exhibition, talks, arts and crafts and games for the kids, and boat trips on Breakey Lake by Meath River Rescue. At 8.00pm, there will be drama at Cormeen Sports Complex, with the staging of ‘An Ogeous Brose’ by John McManus featuring Seamus O’Rourke and Charlie McGuiness. Tickets are priced at €12 and are available from Cormeen Sports Complex or call 086 773 2649. Doors open at 7.15pm followed by live music in the Jolly Old Cross–’till the cows come home’! Raffle on the night with a 12 month old calf or €500 as top prize.

The events are in aid of Meath River Rescue in recognition of the important and difficult work that they do. All welcome.

Bailieborough News Thursday 12th September 2019

Bailieborough News. September 12th 2019. Matthew J. Cullen.

Blessing of  the Graves: Thank you to all who attended the Blessing of the Graves in St. Anne’s Cemetery on Sunday week last. As usual there was a very large crowd present. Thank you to the Church stewards, who managed the parking and traffic very well and to the Pastoral Council who organised the ceremony and who, along with members of the Finance committee, took up the collection, which this year, thanks to your generous contributions, amounted to €4,504. Thank you also to the members of the Community Employment Scheme who had the cemetery looking so well, to the readers, the local Legion of Mary who led the Rosary and to Tracey Carroll who played beautiful instrumental pieces during the Service.

End of an Era: This Friday, September 13th sees the closure of the Post Office, on Main Street at 4.30pm. It is the ‘end of an era’ for Catherine O’Reilly and her family and staff, who have served in the Post Office for many, many years. On behalf of the community in Bailieborough and surrounding areas, we thank you for your excellent service and wish you well in your retirement.

The new Post Office—at the rear of ‘Super-Valu—will open on Monday morning, September 16th at 10.30am. We wish, Lorraine Harris, all the best in taking over this mainstay, of the local community.

Bailieborough Development Association are proud to announce that Phase 1 and 2 of Bailieborough Courthouse regeneration project is complete. We are inviting interested parties who would like to use the space to give us a call for a viewing. The spaces comprise, individual pay per day Hot Desk, Meeting Space, Training Space, Rehearsal and Performance space, Studio space. We have made the space as versatile as possible to suit all different types of use. Please call Lee on 042-969-4716 or 086-794-9739 or email lee@bailieborough.com

Balloon Release: Annual Balloon Release to remember our loved ones who died by Suicide will take place at Lough Sillan Lake Shercock on Friday next, 13th September at 6pm. Songs will be sung and a few words said to remember those gone too soon. Please bring your own helium balloons. Everyone welcome. 

Bailieborough Social Day Centre: The Bailieborough Social Day Centre will be starting back on this Wednesday, September 11th from 2.30pm to 4.30pm, in the Community Centre, Chapel Road, for the usual entertainment. New members are always most welcome.

Trad Musicians Wanted: Calling all amateur traditional musicians. Bailieborough Development Association would like to encourage amateur musicians to come together to share their musical skills and have the craic. This is a social programme, designed to get people out of isolation and to socialise and share skills. Call 042-969-4716 for further information.

Vincent’s Shop: Some of our current volunteers said that they first volunteered with us to meet new people, make a difference in their local community and felt that it was a good way to spend their free time. We at Vincents, on Main St., Bailieborough are currently looking to add to our current set-up of volunteers, mainly to cover Saturday mornings from 10.00am to 1pm, every Saturday. Should you wish to join us for this role, please call into the Shop to speak to Stephen McGuire, the Shop Manager or call him on 085 1894 922.

Deepest Condolences:  Deepest Sympathy is extended to the family of Eugene Farrelly (Raheny) and formerly Bailieborough, Co. Cavan, who passed away on Saturday, 31st August 2019, peacefully, at home. Beloved husband of Brenda and father of Jacqueline, Miriam, Brenda, Eoghan, Nessa and Aideen, grandfather to Amy, Neal, Eamonn, Aoife, Neasa, Emma, Ben, Ella, Aida and Alex, brother to Patricia and Vera; sadly missed by his daughter and sons in law Caroline, Gerry, Edward, David and Nessa’s partner Phil, extended family and friends, Eugene was predeceased by his brothers and sisters, Frank, Philip, Mary, James, Julia, Mary, John, Bridie, Maud, his twin sister Agneta, Eddie, Tim, and Kevin. Eugene’s Funeral Mass took place in the St John the Evangelist Church, Kilbarrack, Dublin 5, on Monday, September 2nd  followed by burial in St. Fintan’s Cemetery, Sutton.

Beginners Irish: Six week Beginners Irish course starting at the Library on Tuesday, September 17th from 10.30am-12.30pm. The classes are facilitated by Cavan/ Monaghan Education and Training Board and are FREE. Classes will be informal and relaxed and all interested please ring library at 042 9665779.

Bowls: Bailieborough Community Bowls resume in the Community Centre on Wednesday, September 11th at 8.00pm and every Wednesday thereafter, for the new Bowls season. New members—both male and female are most welcome.

Arrangements for Booking Bailieborough Community Centre: Contact or call into the Parish Office during it’s public opening hours to request a booking form. The booking form will need to include insurance and child safeguarding—if applicable—details for your group. The charge for use of the Centre is €10 per hour including set-up and clean-up time. For stand-alone events this charge is payable at the time of booking. For a long term booking, an arrangement can be made with the Parish Office to pay after an agreed period of time. If paying by cheque please make it out to—Bailieborough Church No 2 A/C. The user is liable for all damages to the hall incurred during the period of use. The Bailieborough Church Area Finance Committee has the right to refuse any booking.

 

Walk, Jog, Run or Crawl! Run, walk, crawl or jog every Monday and Wednesday evenings at the Community Centre, Chapel Road, Bailieborough at 8pm.  It’s free!!!! And there is no catch! All newcomers welcome.  Also the Saturday morning Leisure Group Cycle is back and takes place on Saturday mornings leaving from the Community Centre, Bailieborough at 9.00AM. Please bring euros for coffee stop and all welcome.

Irish Dancing Classes: Irish Dancing Classes will take place every Thursday evening from 6.00 to 8.00pm, in the Community Centre, Chapel Road, commencing on Thursday, September 5th. For further details, please contact: Tracy at 085 771 2282.

Culture Night, Friday, September 20th: ‘Colourful Cavan and Beyond,’ by Artist Jim McParlin. An Art exhibition comprising of paintings depicting scenes from around the county and locations further afield. Venue: Bailieborough Library, Market Square, Bailieborough, Co Cavan. Time: 4pm to 5:15pm. All welcome.

Spanish Lessons with Lydia: Spanish Lessons with Lydia in Bailieborough will take place in the B.D.A. Centre, Shercock Road, (beside the playground) on Tuesday and Wednesday, ¾ September. Group lessons for school children (all ages), adult lessons, beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. For more information, call or message Lydia on 087 741 4735.

Bailieborough School of Music: Lotto results for 07-09-2019.  Numbers Drawn; 4, 5, 13, 19.  No Jackpot Winner, Lucky Dip (€25) Winners; Leona McDonnell; Sean O’Sullivan; Amelia O’Brien; Eddie Farrelly. Next week’s Jackpot €5,900.

‘The Open Door Sessions—Culture Night, Friday, September 20th: A gathering together to celebrate music, poetry, comedy and art.
A celebration of music, poetry, comedy and art, commencing at 9.00pm, in ‘Downstairs @ Nixy’s’, The Square Bar, Bailieborough.  Guests on the night: Faraway Martin (music), Joe Byrne (poet), Hidden Stills (music), Ross Mc Carthy (comedian), Miriam Fitzgerald Juskova (visual artist) and local woman, Fidel Hogan Walsh (poet). Free admission and all are most welcome to attend. .

Citizen’s Information: The service takes place every Tuesday from 1.30pm to 2.30pm in the Library— providing information, advice and advocacy supports to everyone on Social welfare, employment, Pensions, Health, Tax etc.  No appointment necessary.

St. Vincent DePaul Annual Pilgrimage to Knock: The Annual St. Vincent DePaul Pilgrimage to Knock will take place on Saturday next, September 14th. A bus will be leaving the Community Centre at 8.30am. Bookings with €15 bus fare can be made in Vincent’s Shop, Main St., Bailieborough by Saturday, August 31st.

Moybologue Historical Society: After the success of ‘Moybologue and the parishes of East Cavan; 1400 – 1800’ in October 2018, Moybologue Historical Society – Cumann Seanchais Mhaigh Bolg is delighted to welcome Monsignor Liam Kelly back to Tierworker for ‘Culture Night‘ 2019 with a talk on ‘Culture Night: The Battle Of Coolnahinch and other troubles in the 1790s,’ in St. Mary’s Hall, Tierworker on Friday 20th September at 8:30pm.

Monsignor Kelly is a native of County Leitrim and is current Diocesan Administrator of the Diocese of Kilmore. He was appointed Vicar General of the Diocese of Kilmore in 2015. He is a noted historian and has written several books, his most recent one being The Diocese of Kilmore c,1100-1800 which was published in 2017. Join us on the night to hear his insights into the troubled and tragic events at nearby Coolnahinch in November 1793.

As with all our talks and events, admission is free of charge, refreshments will be served and all are welcome.

Bailieborough ‘Lend A Hand’: ‘Lend a Hand’ is for the elderly and vulnerable in the Bailieborough area. Just give us a call if you need a job done, or even just a chat. Phone Ann on 042 9694825.

Harvest Mission :Between Sunday, 29th September and Wednesday, 2nd October, The Bailieborough Group of Church of Ireland Parishes will be taking part in a diocese wide harvest mission called ‘Gathered In’.  All of the mission events are open to everyone and anyone who wants to come along. Here are some notable times and events:

Sunday 29th September at 3pm outside Knockbride Church, Community Tractor Service – polish up the Tractor and bring it out to pray for the harvest. 

Tuesday 1st October at 11am Coffee morning in the Rectory, 7:30pm Wholeness and Healing Service in Bailieborough Church.

Wednesday 2nd October 8pm in the Bailie Hotel, Johnny Cash ‘Walking the Line’ – David Kelly sings the songs of Johnny Cash and relays the ups ad downs of Johnny’s spiritual life story.

For more details contact Rev Ian Horner.  

School Reunion: On Saturday 28th September, the Bailieborough Community School ‘Class of 89’ are having a school reunion in Nixys, The Square Bar, at 9.30 pm. Please contact Caroline at 042 9666355 for further information.

Baptism Dates in St. Annes for September and October 2019: The following are the available dates for Baptisms in St. Anne’s Church–  September 21st (Saturday, 1.30pm), October 6th (Sunday, 12.30pm) and October 19th (Saturday, 1.30pm).  

Bailieborough Library: The Craft Group are still going strong with many great memories and hopefully more to come! Not just a craft group, but a place to come, have a cuppa, learn new talents, make new friends and feel very welcome. Everyone is welcome every Friday morning drop in from 10am to 1pm!

Book Club 6pm-7pm on the last Thursday of every month; Lit Lab writers group every second Tuesday. Contact 042 9665779 for details on any of the above.

Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd: The Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd Committee is available to help cancer patients or their families. Free Taxi service available. For further information, contact: Edel Fox 086 1004030.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Local meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous are held in: The Health Centre, Kells Road on Wednesdays at 8.30pm.

Walking programme for people recovering from Cancer:

The Irish Cancer Society’s, Strides for Life walking programme will start in September. The Strides for Life is a walking programme developed for people recovering from cancer treatment. The programme is organised by Cuan, Cavan cancer support centre and will take place in the grounds of the Farnham Estate and Spa Resort, who have very kindly allowed the use of their grounds. Strides for Life, caters for all levels of ability and comprises of a weekly group walk and an individual training programme. Family members or friends are also welcome. Tea/coffee will be available after each walk. Enquiries and pre-registration text/phone 0876486076 or email mcaleernuala@gmail.com.

Bailieborough News Thursday 5th September 2019

Bailieborough News. September 5th 2019. Matthew J. Cullen.

The Bailieborough Poetry Festival 2019:

The 7th Bailieborough Poetry Festival will take place this year from 3rd to 5th October.

The Bailieborough Poetry Prize competition is now open. Closing date for entry is Friday next, 6th September 2019.

First prize of €300 for winning poem. Each poem must not exceed 50 lines, and should be typed, single-spaced. The competition is open to anybody who has reached their 18th birthday by the 6th September 2019. Up to three poems may be submitted per entry. You may submit as many entries as you wish. A fee of €5 per poem or 3 poems for €10 is payable. Payment should be made via the PayPal button. Further details may be found on www.bailieboroughpoetry.com

Welcome Fr. Ultan McGoohan and Fr. Rafal Siwek: Last weekend the Parish welcomed Fr. Ultan McGoohaan as Parish Priest and Fr. Rafal Siwek as Curate to the Parish of Killann. We are very blessed to have Fr. Ultan and Fr. Rafal working with us in this Parish and we warmly welcome them as they begin their ministry here. We pray for God’s blessing on them.

Ordination: The Bailieborough Group of Presbyterian Churches which comprises of Trinity Bailieborough, First Bailieborough (Corglass), Corraneary and Ervey are eagerly awaiting the Ordination and Installation of their new Minister. After ten years of ministry in Bailieborough, the Rev Sam Anketell retired four years ago and since then the group has remained vacant. On Saturday next, September 7th at 3pm in Corglass Church, Mr John O’Donnell a native of Clonmel will be Ordained and Installed as minister. John, his wife Sarah and their son Timothy have already taken up residence in Corglass Manse.

Farewell: Last weekend the Parish said ‘Goodbye’ to Fr. Joseph Fidelis Bature as he returns to Rome for a short time before he goes to his home diocese of Maiduguri in North Eastern Nigeria. The Community thank him for his time here with us in Bailieborough and wish him well on his return home.

Bailieborough Development Association are proud to announce that Phase 1 and 2 of Bailieborough Courthouse regeneration project is complete. We are inviting interested parties who would like to use the space to give us a call for a viewing. The spaces comprise, individual pay per day Hot Desk, Meeting Space, Training Space, Rehearsal and Performance space, Studio space. We have made the space as versatile as possible to suit all different types of use. Please call Lee on 042-969-4716 or 086-794-9739 or email lee@bailieborough.com

Balloon Release: Annual Balloon Release to remember our loved ones who died by Suicide will take place at Lough Sillan Lake Shercock on Friday 13th September at 6pm. Songs will be sung and a few words said to remember those gone too soon. Please bring your own helium balloons. Everyone welcome. 

Trad Musicians Wanted: Calling all amateur traditional musicians. Bailieborough Development Association would like to encourage amateur musicians to come together to share their musical skills and have the craic. This is a social programme, designed to get people out of isolation and to socialise and share skills. Call 042-969-4716 for further information.

Bailieborough Walking Group: Wednesday: September 4th – Castle Lake Bailieborough:

(M) Walk 1 Hour 30 min. (E) Walk 1 Hour. Walk commences at 7.00pm at Bailieborough Business Centre, Shercock Rd., Bailieborough. This is the final walk of the season. All welcome.

Deepest Condolences:  Deepest Sympathy is extended to sons Martin, Anthony and William, daughter Katharine, sister Peggy O’Reilly (Drumbannon), brothers, Davy, Kevin, Justin and Peter, grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends, on the death of Tommy Gorman, Curkish, Bailieborough and formerly Crossreagh, Mullagh, Co Cavan, who passed away peacefully at his residence on Saturday, August 24th. Tommy was  predeceased by his wife Anna and sons Thomas, William and David. Tommy’s Funeral Mass took place in St. Anne’s Church on Wednesday, August 28th with burial afterwards in St. Anne’s Cemetery.

Beginners Irish: Six week Beginners Irish course starting at the Library on Tuesday, September 17th from 10.30am-12.30pm. The classes are facilitated by Cavan/ Monaghan Education and Training Board and are FREE. Classes will be informal and relaxed and all interested please ring library at 042 9665779.

Arrangements for Booking Bailieborough Community Centre: Contact or call into the Parish Office during it’s public opening hours to request a booking form. The booking form will need to include insurance and child safeguarding—if applicable—details for your group. The charge for use of the Centre is €10 per hour including set-up and clean-up time. For stand-alone events this charge is payable at the time of booking. For a long term booking, an arrangement can be made with the Parish Office to pay after an agreed period of time. If paying by cheque please make it out to—Bailieborough Church No 2 A/C. The user is liable for all damages to the hall incurred during the period of use. The Bailieborough Church Area Finance Committee has the right to refuse any booking.

 

Deepest Sympathy: Deepest Sympathy is extended to to wife Marie, daughter Samantha and sons Dominic and Michael, son in law Ronan, daughters in law Karen and Amanda, grandchildren, brother Gordon, sister Audrey, uncles, aunt, nephews, nieces, relatives, neighbours and friends on the death of William (Willie) White, Drumrane, Drung, Co. Cavan and formerly of Drumooslim, Bailieborough and England, who passed away on  Sunday, 25th August 2019, peacefully, surrounded by his family at Cavan General Hospital

Willie’s Funeral Liturgy and Celebration of Life, took place in the Church of the Immaculate Conception Drung on Tuesday, August 27th with burial afterwards in Drung Cemetery.

Walk, Jog, Run or Crawl! Run, walk, crawl or jog every Monday and Wednesday evenings at the Community Centre, Chapel Road, Bailieborough at 8pm.  It’s free!!!! And there is no catch! All newcomers welcome.  Also the Saturday morning Leisure Group Cycle is back and takes place on Saturday mornings leaving from the Community Centre, Bailieborough at 9.00AM. Please bring euros for coffee stop and all welcome.

Irish Dancing Classes: Irish Dancing Classes will take place every Thursday evening from 6.00 to 8.00pm, in the Community Centre, Chapel Road, commencing on Thursday, September 5th. For further details, please contact: Tracy at 085 771 2282.

Congratulations: Congratulations are extended to Emma Tully and Vincent O’Boyle, Mulberry Manor, who were married in St. Anne’s Church on Friday last.

Spanish Lessons with Lydia: Spanish Lessons with Lydia in Bailieborough will take place in the B.D.A. Centre, Shercock Road, (beside the playground) on Tuesday and Wednesday, ¾ September. Group lessons for school children (all ages), adult lessons, beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. For more information, call or message Lydia on 087 741 4735.

Bailieborough School of Music: Lotto results for 31-08-2019.  Numbers Drawn; 14, 15, 20, 23.  No Jackpot Winner, Lucky Dip (€25) Winners; Mary Tully; Joe Farrelly; Paddy Matthews; TJ O’Brien. Next week’s Jackpot €5,800.

Citizen’s Information: The service takes place every Tuesday from 1.30pm to 2.30pm in the Library— providing information, advice and advocacy supports to everyone on Social welfare, employment, Pensions, Health, Tax etc.  No appointment necessary.

St. Vincent DePaul Annual Pilgrimage to Knock: The Annual St. Vincent DePaul Pilgrimage to Knock will take place on Saturday, September 14th. A bus will be leaving the Community Centre at 8.30am. Bookings with €15 bus fare can be made in Vincent’s Shop, Main St., Bailieborough by Saturday, August 31st.

Bailieborough ‘Lend A Hand’: ‘Lend a Hand’ is for the elderly and vulnerable in the Bailieborough area. Just give us a call if you need a job done, or even just a chat. Phone Ann on 042 9694825.

Baptism Dates in St. Annes for September and October 2019: The following are the available dates for Baptisms in St. Anne’s Church– September 8th (Sunday, 12.30pm), September 21st (Saturday, 1.30pm), October 6th (Sunday, 12.30pm) and October 19th (Saturday, 1.30pm).  

Bailieborough Library: The Craft Group are still going strong with many great memories and hopefully more to come! Not just a craft group, but a place to come, have a cuppa, learn new talents, make new friends and feel very welcome. Everyone is welcome every Friday morning drop in from 10am to 1pm!

Book Club 6pm-7pm on the last Thursday of every month; Lit Lab writers group every second Tuesday. Contact 042 9665779 for details on any of the above.

Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd: The Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd Committee is available to help cancer patients or their families. Free Taxi service available. For further information, contact: Edel Fox 086 1004030.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Local meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous are held in: The Health Centre, Kells Road on Wednesdays at 8.30pm.

Walking programme for people recovering from Cancer:

The Irish Cancer Society’s, Strides for Life walking programme will start in September. The Strides for Life is a walking programme developed for people recovering from cancer treatment. The programme is organised by Cuan, Cavan cancer support centre and will take place in the grounds of the Farnham Estate and Spa Resort, who have very kindly allowed the use of their grounds. Strides for Life, caters for all levels of ability and comprises of a weekly group walk and an individual training programme. Family members or friends are also welcome. Tea/coffee will be available after each walk. Enquiries and pre-registration text/phone 0876486076 or email mcaleernuala@gmail.com.

East Cavan Gaels GAA Club – Hurling News 2nd September 2019

Senior;

Senior training will resume next week. 

Under 13/15/17;

Under 13s first round of the league in Breffni 3G on Monday from 7pm. U15 training Monday in Killann also from 7pm.

Under 11;

Training Monday 6.30 in Killann.

Under 7/9;

Our summer outdoor season has now finished. We will give all a wee break to adjust to back to school and return with our indoor season in early October.

Club contacts;

U7/9/11; Willie Gaughan 086 164 9280.

U13/15/17/Senior; Kathryn O’ Flynn 087 244 1371.

Bailieborough New Thursday 22nd August 2019

Bailieborough News. August 22nd 2019. Matthew J. Cullen.

Heritage Week: ‘Walking Among the Dead’: Bailieborough Heritage Society will host a ‘Walk Among the Dead’ as part of Heritage Week. The walk will take place on Saturday next, August 24th from 11am to 12 noon at the Old Church of Ireland Graveyard entrance. We will lead a tour of this graveyard. Along the way we will highlight the more interesting epitaphs and the lives of the people interred therein and those who died during the famine.

This old church and graveyard is behind the Church of Ireland at the junction of Main Street and Church St. Bailieborough. Cars may access the site from the Shercock Road. Parking available at the BDA Centre. Admission is free. For further information, please contact, 0872244159.

Bailieborough Development Association are proud to announce that Phase 1 and 2 of Bailieborough Courthouse regeneration project is complete. We are inviting interested parties who would like to use the space to give us a call for a viewing. The spaces comprise, individual pay per day Hot Desk, Meeting Space, Training Space, Rehearsal and Performance space, Studio space. We have made the space as versatile as possible to suit all different types of use. Please call Lee on 042-969-4716 or 086-794-9739 or email lee@bailieborough.com

Bailieborough Creative Hub: Bailieborough Creative Hub present National Heritage Week art exhibition ‘Past Times/Pastimes’.
The exhibition runs until 30th  August. All welcome. For further information please contact:  bailieboroughcreativehub@gmail.com or bbcreativehub@gmail.com

Trad Musicians Wanted: Calling all amateur traditional musicians. Bailieborough Development Association would like to encourage amateur musicians to come together to share their musical skills and have the craic. This is a social programme, designed to get people out of isolation and to socialise and share skills. Call 042-969-4716 for further information.

Bailieborough Walking Group:

Wednesday, August 21st – Lough an Leagh /Tierworker: Walk1.5/ 2hr hours (approx) Leaving Bailieborough Library at 7pm. Meet at Royal Breffni carpark . Walk commencing at 7.15pm.

Wednesday, August 28th –Maudabawn:

(M) Walk 1.5 hours. Leaving  Bailieborough Library at 6.50pm. Meet at St. Patrick’s Church, Gallonreagh, Maudabawn. Walk commences at 7.15pm.  Follow R191 Canningstown /Cootehill Road for 10.5km. Turn right at sign for Maudabawn. All welcome.

Moybologue Historical Society: Heritage Week Event 2019: ‘Old Habits Die Hard: The lore and customs of the old Irish graveyard’ by well known Seanchai and Author Eddie Lenihan, in St. Mary’s Hall, Tierworker, on Saturday next, 24th August, from 7-9pm. All welcome, refreshments served.

Deepest Condolences: are extended to brothers and sisters, Joe, Mary, John, Eugene, Delia, Patricia, Rosie, Kathleen, Noel and Julie, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces and extended family and friends on the death of Michael Murray, Birmingham, England and late of Urcher, Bailieborough, Co. Cavan, who passed away on Sunday, 4th August 2019, suddenly in England. Michael was predeceased by his parents Joseph and Mary. Michael’s Funeral Mass took place on Monday, August 12th in St. Anne’s Church, Bailieborough, with burial afterwards in St. Anne’s Cemetery.

 

Bailieborough Group of Parishes:

Sunday 25th August: Bailieborough 10:45am–Morning Prayer followed by tea and coffee.

Knockbride 12noon–Morning Prayer.

Bailieborough Leisure Centre: Bailieborough Leisure Centre are having a ‘Family Fun Day’ at the Centre on Sunday next, August 25th. The event will commence at 3.00pm and it is part of the Centre’s 20th Anniversary celebrations. All are welcome to come along and enjoy the day.

Deepest Sympathy: Deepest Sympathy is extended to family Kathleen, Bridgid, Eugene, Cathal and Martina, daughter in law, sons in law, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchild, nephews, nieces, relatives, friends and neighbours on the death of

Margaret (Maggie) Carolan (nee McDermott), Enagh, Beglieve, Bailieborough, Co. Cavan, who passed away peacefully, at her residence in her 99th year, on Sunday, August 11th ,  surrounded by her loving family. Maggie was predeceased by her husband Charles, son in law Jim, granddaughter Orla, brothers and sisters. Maggie’s Funeral Mass took place in St Brigid’s Church, Knockbride West, on Tuesday, August 13th  with burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.   Well Done!!: Well done to the Bailieborough Shamrocks Senior Ladies side who defeated Ballymachugh by 1-09 to 1-08 in a tight Championship quarter-final played in Ballymachugh on Sunday morning last. The girls will now play Lavey in the semi-final on Sunday next. Also, good luck to the Shamrocks Senior Camogie side, who will play the replay of their Junior Championship game against Kill in St. Annes Park, on Thursday evening at 7.15pm. All support very welcome for both of these games.

Walk, Jog, Run or Crawl! Run, walk, crawl or jog every Monday and Wednesday evenings at the Community Centre, Chapel Road, Bailieborough at 8pm.  It’s free!!!! And there is no catch! All newcomers welcome.  Also the Saturday morning Leisure Group Cycle is back and takes place on Saturday mornings leaving from the Community Centre, Bailieborough at 9.00AM. Please bring euros for coffee stop and all welcome.

Parish Pastoral Council: A combined meeting of the Bailieborough , Shercock and Killann Pastoral Councils will take place on Monday evening next, August 26th at 8pm in the Parish Centre, Bailieborough. All members are asked to please attend.

The Bailieborough Poetry Festival 2019:

The 7th Bailieborough Poetry Festival will take place this year from 3rd to 5th October. Building on previous years’ events we have a refreshing group of poets, artists, readers and musicians.

In keeping with past festivals, the festival will open with an art exhibition by Cavan-based artist, Jim McPartlin on the Thursday of the weekend in the arts space of Bailieborough Library. This will be followed by LitLab readings. Over the course of the weekend there will be poetry workshops by visiting poets aimed at participants at all levels of writing experience, interviews, open mic events, the presentation of the Bailieborough Poetry prize and a walking tour of local literary places of interest.

This year’s festival welcomes recently appointed Writer-in-Residence, Anthony J Quinn, who has already become involved in numerous projects in the county and across the pre-Brexit border. He hails from County Tyrone and will be reading his own work and providing advice for aspiring writers.

Visiting poets this year will include Pat Boran and Moya Cannon both of whom will be conducting workshops on the Saturday morning of the festival. Early booking is advised as the workshops are always oversubscribed. Cavan poet Kate Ennals will also feature this year.

The Bailieborough Poetry Prize competition is now open. Closing date for entry is Friday, 6th September 2019.

First prize of €300 for winning poem. Each poem must not exceed 50 lines, and should be typed, single-spaced. The competition is open to anybody who has reached their 18th birthday by the 6th September 2019. Up to three poems may be submitted per entry. You may submit as many entries as you wish. A fee of €5 per poem or 3 poems for €10 is payable. Payment should be made via the PayPal button. Further details may be found on www.bailieboroughpoetry.com

Spanish Lessons with Lydia: Spanish Lessons with Lydia in Bailieborough will take place in the B.D.A. Centre, Shercock Road, (beside the playground) on Tuesday and Wednesday, ¾ September. Group lessons for school children (all ages), adult lessons, beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. For more information, call or message Lydia on 087 741 4735.

Regretted Death: Deepest Sympathy is extended to the family and friends of  Andrew (Andy) Hall, Lear, Bailieborough, Co. Cavan, who passed away peacefully at St. Joseph’s Nursing Home, Virginia on Monday, August 12th. Andy was predeceased by his parents, James and Ethel and brother Jim. Andy’s Funeral Service took place in Corglass Presbyterian Church on Wednesday, August 14th with burial afterwards in the adjoining graveyard.

Bailieborough School of Music: Lotto results for 17-08-2019.  Numbers Drawn; 7, 16, 19, 23.  No Jackpot Winner, Lucky Dip (€25) Winners; Oliver and Geraldine Clarke; Raymond Gilsenan; Liam Clarke; PJ O’Brien. Next week’s Jackpot €5,600.

Cemetery Sunday: The annual Blessing of the Graves in St. Anne’s Cemetery will take place on Sunday, September 1st at 12 noon. Each family is asked to bring along a small container of water, which will be blessed during the service. This water will be sprinkled by a family member on the grave before the recitation of the Rosary.

All church stewards are asked to assist with parking and report to the car park at the graveyard by 10.45am. Those attending are kindly requested to follow the instructions of the stewards and to co-operate with them at all times. Members of the Parish Pastoral Council and Finance Committee will take up a collection for the upkeep of the cemetery, at various different locations before and after the ceremony. Please give as generously as you can.

Citizen’s Information: The service takes place every Tuesday from 1.30pm to 2.30pm in the Library— providing information, advice and advocacy supports to everyone on Social welfare, employment, Pensions, Health, Tax etc.  No appointment necessary.

‘Walk for Willow’: The first Anniversary ‘Walk for Willow’ will take place on Saturday, August 31st. This event will host a walk, run and cycle in memory of Baby Willow Clarke and all the beautiful babies who have learned to fly instead of walk. There will be two parts to the event with a 50k/80k Cycle commencing at 10am from the Community Centre, Chapel Road. Registration will be from 9am and the entry fee is €20. The second part of the event is a 5k/10k Walk, Run or Crawl which will commence at 12.30pm, with registration from 12 noon. Entry fees are €10 or €15 for a family. All proceeds will go to Feileacain Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Association of Ireland.  All donations greatly appreciated and all are most welcome to come along and participate in the events.

St. Vincent DePaul Annual Pilgrimage to Knock: The Annual St. Vincent DePaul Pilgrimage to Knock will take place on Saturday, September 14th. A bus will be leaving the Community Centre at 8.30am. Bookings with €15 bus fare can be made in Vincent’s Shop, Main St., Bailieborough by Saturday, August 31st.

Cavan Institute: Cavan Institute are hosting an ‘Open Day’ on this Thursday, August 22nd from 12 noon to 4.00pm. Everyone welcome.

Bailieborough ‘Lend A Hand’: ‘Lend a Hand’ is for the elderly and vulnerable in the Bailieborough area. Just give us a call if you need a job done, or even just a chat. Phone Ann on 042 9694825.

Baptism Dates in St. Annes for August, September and October 2019: The following are the available dates for Baptisms in St. Anne’s Church–August 24th (Saturday, 1.30pm), September 8th (Sunday, 12.30pm), September 21st (Saturday, 1.30pm), October 6th (Sunday, 12.30pm) and October 19th (Saturday, 1.30pm).  

Bailieborough Library: The Craft Group are still going strong with many great memories and hopefully more to come! Not just a craft group, but a place to come, have a cuppa, learn new talents, make new friends and feel very welcome. Everyone is welcome every Friday morning drop in from 10am to 1pm!

Book Club 6pm-7pm on the last Thursday of every month; Lit Lab writers group every second Tuesday. Contact 042 9665779 for details on any of the above.

Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd: The Bailieborough Cancer Comfort Ltd Committee is available to help cancer patients or their families. Free Taxi service available. For further information, contact: Edel Fox 086 1004030.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Local meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous are held in: The Health Centre, Kells Road on Wednesdays at 8.30pm.

Walking programme for people recovering from Cancer:

The Irish Cancer Society’s, Strides for Life walking programme will start in September. The Strides for Life is a walking programme developed for people recovering from cancer treatment. The programme is organised by Cuan, Cavan cancer support centre and will take place in the grounds of the Farnham Estate and Spa Resort, who have very kindly allowed the use of their grounds. Strides for Life, caters for all levels of ability and comprises of a weekly group walk and an individual training programme. Family members or friends are also welcome. Tea/coffee will be available after each walk. Enquiries and pre-registration text/phone 0876486076 or email mcaleernuala@gmail.com.