Brisk Demand for Seán Keane Tickets in Abbeyfeale

Mary Fitzgerlard (left) and Cora Walsh representing University Hospital Kerry with rambling house organisers, Ann and Benny Thade McCarthy, Duagh.

A Christmas Rambling House will be held at Fr. Casey’s GAA Club, Abbeyfeale on Thursday night December 20th in aid of the Chemotherapy Day Ward at University Hospital Kerry.

“The ward provides treatment to cancer patients five days a week giving them the strength and courage to go through their journey and to support them during their illness,” said event co-organiser, Benny Thade McCarthy.

“Your support would be greatly appreciated and we’re hoping to have as many singers, dancers, storytellers and musicians as we can to make it a night to remember

“Santa and Mrs. Claus will make an appearance on the night. All are welcome to attend so come along and enjoy the run-up to festive season,” said Benny Thade.

Doors open at 8.30pm and the show begins at 9pm.

Brisk Demand for Seán Keane Concert Tickets

Ticket sales are moving briskly for the Seán Keane concert that takes place at the Glórach Theatre on Saturday, December 15 at 8 pm.

Our concert in May with the same artist sold out rapidly and proved to be a truly memorable night of music, song and anecdotes.

If you missed his previous appearance, make sure to book in time for this Christmas Concert by calling 087 1383940.

Scoil Mhathair Dé Cantata

Scoil Mhathair De students will perform their annual Christmas Cantata on Thursday, December 13th at 7pm in the Church of the Assumption.

Afternoon Tea Dance

This will be a fundraiser for Fr. Martin McCormack’s African Project and takes place on Sunday, January 13 at Fr. Casey’s with dancing to Donie Walsh and Jer Enright.

Shop Local And Support Abbeyfeale

Business survival and job retention have never been more important for rural communities throughout Ireland.

Abbeyfeale Community Council asks that everyone throughout the Abbeyfeale area keep our wonderful community in mind when thinking of shopping, doing business and/or socialising.

Every Euro spent locally is a vote of support to keep our community alive.

Also bear in mind the Abbeyfeale Gift Voucher which makes for a fantastic present at any time of year and can be spent in most businesses throughout Abbeyfeale.

The voucher can be purchased at Abbeyfeale Credit Union in denominations of €10, €20 and €50. Treaty Triumph Book On Sale

The Treaty Triumph celebrating Limerick’s All Ireland Hurling win is on sale at Ann Lyons’ in the Square.

Dancers’ Christmas Party

West Limerick Set Dancing Club are holding a Christmas Party in Fr. Casey’s on Saturday, December 15 with music by Donie Nolan and Maura.  Hot Food.  Admission €20.

Noonan’s Christmas Lights

Hannah, Tony and Siobhan have the countryside blazing on top of the hill as you travel the old butter road to Newcastle West.

Take the children to bring the magic of Christmas alive, go yourself to bring back memories of the excitement and promise of seasons past and if you have a few bob to spare be sure it will be put to good use.

Wednesday Prayer

Parishioners are invited to gather in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel on Wednesday afternoon at 3p.m to recite the Divine Mercy Chaplet for vocations to the priesthood and religious life. This prayer meeting will take place every Wednesday.

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