We’re inviting people to send in old photographs of people and places connected to Glin to be published here on the Glin website. This great image was recently sent to us by his grand nephew, George Langan and we are … Continue reading
Most sections of the Knights Walk are now reopened apart from the Furry Hill. Due to the recent storm, trees are still obstructing the path in the Furry Hill. We hope to have the entire walk reopened in the coming … Continue reading
TEMPORARY LIFEGUARDS GLIN & KILTEERY PIERS SUMMER 2014 Limerick City & County Council invites applications from suitably qualified candidates to form panels for the above posts. Candidates must: (a) hold a current Irish Water Safety Beach Lifeguard Award or an equivalent qualification … Continue reading
There will be a meeting of Glin Historical Society in Cloverfield on Friday 27/2/14 at 8pm. We will look back over 2013 & make plans for talks and outings in 2014. All are welcome.
Whist Drive: at Cloverfield every Tuesday night at 8.30 p.m. All welcome. Glin Library, Dog Waste Clean-Up Campaign:The library had a visit recently from Eamon Dalton, Environmental Control Officer who covers the Glin area. He delivered some dog poopscoop bags … Continue reading
The “Toy Corner” in the library can be happy place for children but can be sad when the Mammies try to drag them away. A child is never too young to experience the quiet of a library and to delight … Continue reading
Tom Donovan is giving a lecture ‘The Shannon, a Nineteenth Century Highway’ at 8pm in The Old Stand Shanagolden on Monday 17th Feb 2014. All welcome.
The Knights Walk is temporarily closed due to fallen trees and debris on the trail following recent storms.
ICA: meeting at Cloverfield Centre on this Friday 14 February at 7.30 p.m. New members welcome.
It is lovely to see the classes from St Fergus School coming to the library. On Tuesday it was the turn of the infants who listened to their teacher reading them a story. Thankfully, in spite of all the modern … Continue reading