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The tidy towns committee would like to thank Mullinahone Bridge Club who recently ran a successful fund raiser in support of tidy towns. This support was much appreciated. We would also like to thank all who took part in the recent cleanup which extended to the whole parish. Schools continue to do great work in this area. Thanks also to the local GAA club who facilitated the clean-up collection etc. Tidy towns application will be submitted by May 23, so now is the time to paint and to plant. Everybody can do a little to brighten up our village. 


The new Community Park on the Ballingarry road is virtually complete. All that remains now is to dot a few is and cross a few ts. The new Community Park is a credit to all concerned and will be a great amenity to the whole community.


The recent turnout and display of our senior football team was disappointing. It was not the way many old supporters would have liked to remember the 100th Anniversary of us retaining the County senior football title of 1913. For the record on Friday night we lost to Kilsheelan 1-14 to 0-05.


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A notice in this week’s parish newsletter states "shop local and keep our local shops alive - keep our post office busy and it will stay.