Greetings to Brosna Citizens and Connections Across the Globe

Mariéad Moriarty with all the news from Brosna and the hinterland. Contact Mairéad on: 086 85 96 409 or by Email:

Easter Greetings

Sending warmest wishes to all our Brosna citizens and connections across the globe.

Easter has arrived hot on the heels of our St Patrick’s Day celebrations, gifting even more bank holidays and school breaks.

The weather might be going through a bit of an identity crisis at present with hail, rain and sunshine vying for ascendancy.

But as seasoned campaigners, we are well versed in the uncertainty of our climate at this time of year.

So, don’t let the weather put a damper on your plans. Pull on those warm jackets, a good pair of wellies and get out into nature.

Too Much Time Indoors

School children spend too much time indoors whether at school or at home over the winter months and Easter is the perfect time for them to catch up on fresh air and bright light.

There’s nothing better than seeing kids race across a beach like calves let out on new grass. And it won’t be a hardship for you either. Enjoy embracing life in the great outdoors.

Redemption, Forgiveness and Rebirth

Holy Week is the pinnacle of our Catholic calendar and we have an opportunity to participate in the religious services that are taking place in Brosna on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

You may not be able to get to all the services but do pop into the Church and spend a quiet moment contemplating the message of this season. Redemption, forgiveness and rebirth.

Happy Easter, Brosna.

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