Brosna GAA Club Members on Standby to Help Community

Brosna GAA Club PRO, Mariéad Moriarty with all the news from the club and parish.

Standing Together to Help the Community

Brosna GAA Club and its members are on standby to help anyone in the community who may need help collecting prescriptions, fuel or groceries.

Maybe you just need someone to check in with you. Call, in confidence to 087 23 07 948, 086 38 30 761, 087 99 36 294.

School Registration

Scoil Mhuire, Brosna is now enrolling pupils for September 2020.

For enrollment forms and any queries please contact the school on 068 44577 or Email: scoilmhuirebrosna@gmail.com.

Congratulations Katie and Adam

Very best wishes to our very own Katie Nash who recently celebrated her wedding in Brosna to Adam Gale.

Wishing you many happy years together and hoping you found a lovely stay-cation honeymoon to replace the Maldives!

Spread the Good News

In light of the general hysteria surrounding Covid 19, let’s all use these lock-down weeks to focus on positive actions.

Get out for walks, do some gardening, de-clutter your home and call or text friends and family near and far.

Make all your communications by phone or on social media uplifting. The media is far too biased towards sensational and negative stories.

Remember thousands of people globally are recovering from this virus each day.

Stay busy, be positive and kind to one another. Let’s be grateful for all the benefits we enjoy being in this wonderful corner of the world.

Happy St Patrick’s Day.

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