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GRANDPARENTS DAY: A Prayer Service in honour of Grandparents will take place at St. Fergus N.S on Wednesday February 1 at 1pm. Teas and coffees will be served afterwards. Please spread the word to all grandparents, everyone welcome! Please share
HERE WE GO AGAIN!😡😡😡😡Up to 10 more bags of rubbish thrown and dumped on our shore at the end of the path on the Tarbert Road. PLEASE PLEASE report any sightings of dumping at this location or any location. Contact … Continue reading
Limerick City and County Council wishes to announce that its Dog Wardens are commencing a programme of inspections of dog licences throughout Foynes, Shanagolden, Loughill, Ballyhahill and Glin over the coming weeks. Dog owners will be required, on request, to … Continue reading
Glin Development Association will hold their AGM on Thursday next, the 26th of February at Conways at 8. 30 p.m.. New members more than welcome!
Birdwatching this Saturday starts at Tarbert and will visit Glin to look for Teal, Wigeon and other birds. Meet at the Tarbert Bridewell at 2pm on Saturaday 28th of January on behalf of BirdWatch Limerick Branch. All are welcome.
Glin Development Association will hold their AGM on Thursday next, the 26th of February at Conways at 8. 30 p.m.
Glin GAA AGM The Glin GAA AGM was held last Friday at the clubhouse. We would like to welcome Nollaig Hogan to the role of club treasurer. There was a great atmosphere throughout the meeting and we wish all our … Continue reading
Don’t forget the clothes collection is this Friday 20th at Glin NS. Is it time to have a much needed clear out ??
Going Strong: The next meeting of the Going Strong will be held on Monday 23rd January at 2pm in The Lanterns Hotel where a meal will be served at about 3.30 pm after a couple of games of bingo. Please … Continue reading
To welcome in the Spring the library is hosting an evening with Paul O’Brien, a Dublin man now living in Glin, who will sing some well known ballads as well as his own compositions. All are welcome to come along … Continue reading
Listen to this sound. It’s almost gone from our countryside. You could once hear this haunting sound in all 32 counties of Ireland. In the late 70’s, early 80’s there were over 5000 breeding pairs of Irish Curlew, today there … Continue reading
Glin GAA Notes Glin GAA club would like to wish all our members, supporters and friends a Happy New Year. AGM Glin GAA AGM is scheduled for the 13th of January 2017, at 9pm in the clubhouse. All are welcome … Continue reading