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- Brides👗Boutique👜at the Limerick Show
- Glin Castle Open Day ☕️🍪🌲🌳🌻🌸🏰
- Charity Ambassador❤Vote for Anne
- St Fergus📚Book📖Rental
- Dinner🍽 @ Glin Castle🍷 Aug 16 & 17
- Events in Glin August/September 2019
- Graveyard Masses this evening and tomorrow evening 🙏
- Glin Pier🏊♀️Openwater🏊♀️Swim
Glin, Limerick, Ireland
Category Archives: Church & Parish
We in Glin, as a community, are so lucky to have the wonderful amenity of The Knights Walk. It is one of three walks that make up the Glin Heritage Trails. The Knights Walk runs from St Paul’s Heritage Centre … Continue reading →
Glin is nestled quietly on the N69 close to the Kerry border on the coastal drive to Listowel. There are lots of amenities in Glin, everything from walking, hiking, fishing, swimming, tennis, even a playground for the children and a … Continue reading →
L-R. Eamon Sweeney, Sammy O’Sullivan, John Anthony Culhane, Tom O’Hehir, Denis Kennedy, Sr. Mary Doody, Marie Adams, Mary Stackpool, Councillor John Sheahan, Una Hennessy, Mary Hogan. Glin Homes for the Elderly has launched its ‘Meals-on- Wheels’ service. It was officially … Continue reading →
We were blessed with sunshine to celebrate the CORPUS CHRISTI in Glin. It was well attended and lovely expressions of veneration adorned the streets. The Pastoral Council in conjunction with Cloverfield Day Care Centre hosted a gathering after the veneration … Continue reading →
Tantum Ergo Sacramentum sang by Glin Parish Choir.
We had a great turnout on Saturday morning. Everyone is busy maintaining all the hard work that has been completed to date. Areas that have been targeted include the Ballyguiltenane approach road, the path by the National School, the … Continue reading →
Our Events page on Glin.info is being updated for 2017. Click here to see. Please send your event information to us at email@example.com or 087 629 6439 Events in Glin 2017 The following events are planned (some tentatively) in Glin … Continue reading →
Beautiful hanging baskets installed Tuesday evening in the square. Thanks to Curraghchase Garden Centre for filling them with beautiful begonias and trailing plants. We added some more home made upcycled flower boxes to the fountain area and they look very … Continue reading →
WEATHER PERMITTING! Glin Parish Pastoral Council cordially invite you to tea in Cloverfiled Day Care Centre after the CORPUS CHRISTI Procession next Sunday 18th. The procession will take place after 11am mass and will take in Church St, The Square, … Continue reading →
Another great clean up this morning. We did an overhaul of Main Road opposite park and Mary St got another kerb weeding and along by the bridge. Thanks to Helen Fitzgerald, Siobhan Moloney, Mary Sheahan and Marie Fitzgerald. Thanks to … Continue reading →
Glin Knitting Group Please join us on Wednesday from 2 to 3.30 pm at Cloverfield Day Care Centre. ALL WELCOME
Lovely displays of flowers adorning Cloverfield, homes for the elderly.
Great turnout on Saturday morning last for the GLIN CLEAN COASTS event. Thanks to all our volunteers who did great work clearing the shore either side of Glin. Lots of rubbish collected including old buckets, bits of iron mongery, electric drill, … Continue reading →
What would The Gallant Garrison think of some our idle youth today. Shocking pictures of the inside of Old Glin Castle that was vandalised with red spray paint yesterday. This is being investigated 😡
Glin Homes for the Elderly, in association with the HSE, is launching a Meals-on-Wheels service for the elderly in the local community over the coming months. Meals (x2) will be delivered on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday of each week. … Continue reading →
Tidy Towns was feeling very blessed this morning, members of our Saturday Team included Fr. Tom Crawford and Sr. Mary Doody😇. Great work done, even though it was a windy wet morning. Thanks also to Bridget Lacy, Breda Henderson, Jessie … Continue reading →
If you have a free hour on Sat morning at 11am, please come along to the Town Park, bring any gardening tools to hand. 🌺🌸🌼🌻Many hands make light work!
The Glin 🎾 Tennis 🎾 AGM 🎾 is on at 9pm this Friday 26/5/17 in Conways. All are welcome to attend.
A big thanks to Bill Martin who installed the lovely self closing gate at the entrance to Glin Town Park. The gate was installed to protect young children, who had a tendency to run to the traffic lights situated outside … Continue reading →
Lovely job done on road verges in Killaney Glin. Road verge strimmed in a foot or two and plenty of flora and fauna left for wildlife. This is done in a very sympathetic manner and looks lovely. Not a sign … Continue reading →
A great mornings work! Thanks to Jim Lynch and Edward Leahy for putting our Biodiversity and No Litter signs into the ground around Glin. Keep an eye out for them. Thanks also to Niall Murphy for putting the signs onto … Continue reading →
Glin Tidy Towns will meet in Glin Town Park every Saturday morning at 11am. We would be delighted if you could give one hour of your time to do much needed weeding of the beds and general gardening and tidying … Continue reading →
Tidy Towns has had reports of continuous dog fouling on the walking path on the scenic road to Tarbert. This walkway is listed on the Glin Heritage Trails and we would implore all walkers who use this scenic walkway with … Continue reading →
Don’t rain on our parade! Great work done this morning in Town Park and a lot more to do! Every Saturday morning at 11am going forward. PLEASE SUPPORT. Thanks to those who showed up this morning namely John Anthony and … Continue reading →
If anyone has a spare hour on Saturday morning, 13th May, could you please give a hand in Glin Town Park. The park needs a good weeding and brushing. The seats and the tables and benches need painting, weather permitting. … Continue reading →
Glin Tidy Towns has entered the Supervalu Tidy Towns competition for 2017. This is a very tough competition as we are up against some very competitive villages and towns in Ireland. There are a lot of subheadings in the competition, … Continue reading →
Photo of sunrise in Glin taken last Tuesday 2nd May 2017 at 6.15 am by Frances Walsh. Sun in shape of crucifix blessing us all in Glin. Thank you Frances for capturing this wonderful moment.
The hedge on the road down to the Pier is the new area assigned to Biodiversity! It’s full of wonderful fauna and is the perfect habitat for bees and butterflies. New signage highlighting same will be in place shortly.
Thanks to Mary Hogan, Helen Fitzgerald and Phil Giles for doing great work at the bottom of the town on Saturday last. Phil is continuing the clearing of scrub in and around the Glencorbry River. Us girls were cleaning the … Continue reading →
We did a bit of a tidy up down by the Old Bridge and Glen Corbry river today. Phil doing Trojan work on the river wall, clearing saplings and weeds and ivy. He is checking the area first for nesting … Continue reading →
What a great turnout for the TLC 3 Clean-Up! A huge thanks to Jean Klyne from Munster Rugby for coming to Glin to add support to our cause. We picked up a huge amount of rubbish and thanks to all … Continue reading →
Please ignore the local papers regarding the market stating that it had moved to Saturday morning. OF COURSE YOU CAN GET YOUR FRESH FISH & VEGGIES TOMORROW – it is Good Friday after all……..Please share and show your support 😀
Make sure to come along, bring the kids, bring nana and grandad bring a friend and say hello to Jean Kleyn from 10am tomorrow. Please share Glin Tidy Towns
EASTER SERVICES: Wednesday, April 12: Mass of Chrism in St. John’s, Limerick at 7.00 p.m. The Holy Oils are used for Baptism, Confirmation and for the sick. Thursday, April 13, Evening Mass of The Lord’s Supper at 7.00 p.m. and … Continue reading →
SPREAD THE WORD!! We have a member of the MUNSTER SQUAD coming to Glin to join us for our Team Limerick Clean-Up. Don’t forget GLIN PARK is the meeting point and be there for 11 am on GOOD FRIDAY to … Continue reading →
Our Catholic Community of Glin. Following on from the recent meeting of the Parish Pastoral Council members at the Diocesan Assembly which was held to examine the implications of the Synod and the resultant Pastoral Plan, it was recommended we … Continue reading →
Sorry to say another break-in to a car parked in this location (the end of the path on the N69 to Tarbert). Please be careful if you park your car here to take a walk.
IRISH HEART MOBILE COMING TO GLIN. Glin Development welcome Irish Heart Foundation’s Mobile Heart Unit to attend Glin on Friday 21st April from 10am – 4pm. On the day there will be two nurses available on the mobile health unit … Continue reading →
HELLO HELLO HELLO GLIN TIDY TOWNS HELLO HELLO HELLO The fine weather 🌞🌞🌞🌞brings us all out of hibernation and it’s a great time to stroll around Glin, enjoy the Town Park, take a brave swim or do the Knights Walk … Continue reading →
A big thank you to Limerick City and County Council for putting up lots of signage around Glin to remind people to clean up after their dogs. The signage has been placed on poles and bins around the town … Continue reading →
The first of our Spring Dandelions🌼. These are abundant on the MANAGED FOR WILDLIFE’ Area in the Town Park. “Don’t mow, let it grow ” is our Motto. Keep an eye on this wild overgrown area for more native plants … Continue reading →
Bags available at the Library for litter picking. We grateful for our residents especially those living in our town lands for picking up. Roads are again in a bad way from people who discard out their car windows😡. Don’t forget … Continue reading →
Minister for the Environment Denis Naughten will on Monday announce a plan to use drones in a new crackdown on illegal dumping in rural and disadvantaged areas. Fly-tipping and illegal dumping is getting significantly worse in many parts of the … Continue reading →
DOG OWNERS, please please clean up after your dog. The streets of Glin are destroyed. Bags available free at the library. “If your dog poops, you scoop”.
INVITATION – ANNUAL TIDY TOWNS SEMINAR. Venue – Woodlands House Hotel. Date – Thursday 2nd March. Reg – 5.30pm, starts at 6.30 sharp and finish 8.30. Discussion includes, Listowel Tidy Towns – Mary O Hanlon. Invasive species App – Ann … Continue reading →