Abbeyfeale and District News Round-Up

Former All-Ireland singing champion, Philip Enright hosts the monthly sing-in at The Ramble Inn in Abbeyfeale. ©Photographs: John Reidy

West Limerick Singing Club meets on the first Friday of each month in Philip Enright’s, Ramble Inn, Church Street from 9pm.

Afternoon Tea Dancing

Afternoon Tea Dancing at Fr. Casey’s GAA Club on this Sunday, January 12th from 3-6pm in aid of Fr. Martin Mc Cormack’s African Project.

Music by Donie Walsh and Anthony. Admission €5. Raffle on the day.

St. Ita’s Night Celebrations

The annual celebration of St. Ita’s feast day takes place in Raheenagh Hall on Wednesday, January 15 with dinner catered by Kingdom Catering and dancing to Micheal Collins.

Meal served at 8pm sharp.

Tickets €30. Reserve your tickets with Mary Anglam on 086 1649099.

Community Substance Misuse Team

A free and confidential service for under 18’s and their families impacted by substance misuse is provided on the first Wednesday of the month in St. Ita’s Hall from 2.30pm – 5pm. Contact Kristeen Laing 086 4141854.

School Of Music and Drama

Sephira School of Music and Drama has opened on Main St. All ages are welcome.  Contact Ruth Joyce on 085 2052384 /info@sephira.ie or look them up on Facebook.

Safe Journey Fr. Shoji

We wish Fr. Shoji a safe journey and a great visit with his family in India this January. He’ll be sorely missed here in Abbeyfeale.

Abbeyfeale Book Club

Abbeyfeale Book Club meets in St. Ita’s Hall on the second Wednesday of each month September – June from 7.30 -9pm. All welcome.  Refreshments served.

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