Kilcoole (@1.72) vs Laragh (@2.37)
15-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Kilcoole will win

Kilcoole – Laragh Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 06:30

The results of the whist is as follows: Top score: Kitty Kennedy and Tom McHugh (shared) Second Gent: Pat Fisher, Top Lady: Catherine Doyle, Second Lady: Mary Pierce, First Half: Mick Whelan, Second Half: Ann Gaffney, Longest Sitting: Marie Magee and lowest score: Jimmy Molloy. The next whist is this Wednesday, December5, in the Parish Centre, Roundwood. Raffle prizes were won by Maura McHugh, Marie Magee, Margaret Kennedy and Tiney Shortt.

We handle everything from loose ridge tiles to slate tile repairs, re-tacking loose ridge tiles or re-seating loose concrete ridge tiles. If you have lost a ridge tile or its broken beyond repair, we will endeavor to replace it with a close match to ensure it does not stand out. We also offer the option of painting or sealing your roof to restore its colour or give it a brand new colour.

Class three (Farmers)- Consolation prize: Patrick Connolly, Upper Calary. Consolation prizes- Anthony Kelly, Kilmacanogue; Matthew Flynn, Glencormick. Prizes were distributed by Mrs West, Kilcroney House, Bray. Some of the local prize winners at the Wednesday, August 6, 1919, annual Donkey Show organised by the North Wicklow Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals held in the Fairy Hill Bray field by kind permission Mr WH Odlum were- Class one (Cottagers)- fourth prize: John Buckley, Glencormick.

This tour will be repeated at 7p.m. lecture by Samus Cannon, as part of the Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council summer of Heritage, looking at 'Victorian Monkstown' in Marlay House, Marlay Park, Rathfarnham, Co.Dublin. Meet outside the Royal Hotel, Main Street, Bray, Co.Wicklow. from Monday, August19, to Friday, August23, in Rathmichael National School, Stonebridge Road, Shankill- admission 5 per lecture- includes tea or coffee/biscuits. Participants take part in this walk at their own risk. Admission free but pre-booking required via [email protected]; this Saturdays 3p.m. The week's programme is- Monday, August19: 'The Treasures of Medieval Waterford and the Remarkable Stories', Eamonn McEneaney; Tuesday, August20: 'The castle and Medieval Town and Later City of Kilkenny', Ben Murtaght; Wednesday, August21: Leo Swan Memorial Lecture- 'Murder and Mayhem in Medieval Cork'- Diarmat Riain; Thursday, August22: 'Limerick: City of Sieges and a Broken Treaty', Liam Irwin; and Friday, August23: 'Renaissance Galway: Conversations with a Map', Paul Walsh. 'Guided walking tour of Seapoint Road and Quinsboro Road, Bray' led by Brian White, Bray Cualann Historical Society. All welcome- admission free. In the meantime events which may be of interest to members and supporters of the society are tonight's (Wednesday) 7p.m. on Wednesday, August21, The 45th summer Series of Evening Lectures organised by the Rathmichael Historical Society will take place nightly at 8p.m.

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Please pre-book indoor spaces early. Come early for your bargains on Christmas decorations and practically anything from household items to garden additions, and even vintage or antique treasures. to 4p.m. Contact the Brockagh Centre at 0404 45600 or email [email protected] if you wish to book an indoor space or if you prefer to sell outside just show up at 8a.m. Vans must be booked in. on the morning. Our Christmas Special Car Boot is on Sunday, December2, open from 10a.m.

AR will be having their Christmas party at Kilashee Hotel on Wednesday, December12. Active Retirement group meet every Tuesday morning at 11a.m. The group meet for lunch once a month at various local venues (new members welcome). The AR Christmas lunch is on December11 in Lynhams. They will be starting back mid January (weather permitting). So if you fancy a chat, a cuppa and some light exercise, bowls, dancing and music come along on Tuesdays. For more information call Denise at 0404 45600 or drop in to the centre. in the Brockagh Centre and they have a great line up of activities each week.

A prolific writer, Chris' books include the beautifully produced Wicklow's Traditional Farmhouses, Here Lyeth, The 18th Century Headstones of Wicklow and his latest book Glendalough. There will be a charge of 3 at the door and all are welcome to what should be a most informative and entertaining lecture by a leading expert on Glendalough. Please note the change from the Society's usual Rathdrum venue. He is also a very frequent contributor to the quarterly magazine Archaeology Ireland as well as a variety of national and local journals.

Enniskerry Library requests submissions of old photographs old documents or items/objects of local historic interest of Enniskerry, to be displayed in the village library for Heritage Week which runs from this Saturday to Sunday, August25. Contact Sinad in Enniskerry Library at 01 286 4339 or visit heritageweek.ie. They will be well taken care of and returned to their owners. Please label clearly for return.

Come along on Sunday, December9, making it a day out for all the family. Once again we see the return of our very popular and successful Christmas Fair at the Brockagh Resource Centre. A terrific selection of unusual gifts, with many handmade items, giving you some great ideas for your Christmas shopping. Contact Michelle at 0404 45600 or email [email protected] if you have any questions or would like a trader booking form. Do all your Christmas shopping, under one roof with free parking and free admission.

Roundwood

Festive refreshments will be available afterwards in the Parish Hall. Mass (circa 6.45p.m.) on Saturday, December8, in the grounds of Roundwood Garda Station. Get your Santa hats and jumpers ready in Roundwood and Moneystown as the Christmas tree lights will be turned on in the village and everyone is invited to come along to make it a special community event to mark the start of the Christmas festivities. The lights will be switched after 6p.m.

Aughrim hosts the Liam Cullen Cup Final between Donard/Glen GFC and Kilcoole GAA Club. Tonights fixtures - Thu 27th Jun 19.

Some of the material from the 'F. O'Flanagan: Recorder of Dalkey' exhibition held in the Lexicon earlier this year, based on his recently donated extensive archive materials, will be on display in Dalkey Library till the end of August. Worth visiting if you missed the Lexicon exhibition. M. He was the original Dalkey Historian and was behind many local initiatives including the Dalkey Literary, Historical and Debating Society, the Vico Road Association, the Dalkey Development Association and what became the Dalkey Community Council.

It's the place to get your Christmas wreaths and floral displays which are all made and donated by local people. There are lots of fantastic prizes in the Grand Raffle (tickets are on sale in Roundwood post office and HD Hair Design now) and also delicious Christmas cakes, Christmas floral arrangements, toy shop and Christmas turkey vouchers to raffle and more to be won on the day.

The talk will take you on a tour of the majestic valley of Glendalough, exploring the monuments, legends and history that make this one of the best preserved early Christian church sites anywhere in the world. An archaeologist with the National Monuments Service, Chris has written, compiled and edited many books with subject matters ranging from archaeology, history, folklore and early photography.