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Anyone walking the path to Tarbert with their dog/dogs can you PLEASE CLEAN UP after they do their business. The path is a disgrace with dog fouling. Bags available from PEG in the LIBRARY. Advertisements
On approximately Monday last (19th Feb), bags of household rubbish were dumped at the back of Glin pier (west side). These bags were subsequently broken open by scavenging crows and wind and tide spread it all across a wide … Continue reading →
Isn’t this shameful 😡. Our beautiful pristine shoreline destroyed by some disgusting shameless person 😡😡😡😡 Thanks to DES SCANLON for cleaning up this contaminated lot.
Take a free Valentines Day Card and book of Tokens from Hogan’s and McNamara’s grocery shop Glin. ❤️❤️❤️ Following Pope Francis’ calls to celebrate St. Valentine’s Day in a more meaningful way, the World Meeting of Families 2018 is inviting … Continue reading →
Glin Development presenting The Keeper of the Knights Walk, Dovie Martin, with a Christmas Hamper as a thank you gesture and acknowledgement of his tireless work in maintaining the Heritage Trail walk. Thank you Dovie from all in Glin Development … Continue reading →
What a man! Thank you Willie Wall from all in Glin Development and Tidy Towns. You are a credit and an inspiration to the town of Glin. Please accept this hamper as a mark of our gratitude to you. 🎁🎄🎁🎅🎄🎁🎄
Glin Parish Pastoral Council. Please join us on New Years Eve at Sunday mass to celebrate the launch of WMF2018. The mass will celebrate all that is ‘family’ and it will be a time of celebration and reflection. Our very … Continue reading →
You are invited to visit the wonderful Icon of the Holy Family in Newcastlewest Church from Sunday 17th to Monday 19th December. Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to spend time this Advent in quiet reflection and it’s also your opportunity … Continue reading →
WORLD MEETING OF FAMILIES 2018. Pope Francis chose Ireland to host next year’s World Meeting of Families to make sure Irish Catholics would take part in a ‘revolution’ promoting marriage and family life, one of the Pope’s key advisors has … Continue reading →
Glin Defibrillator Group. Autumn is upon us and it’s the time of year again for CFR (Cardiac First Responder)and Defibrillator Training. The first course of the season will be on Saturday 11th November at Conway’s. Please contact Marie on … Continue reading →
SuperValu Tidy Towns Report 2017. Glin Tidy Towns is delighted to announce that Glin gained 4 points in this years Tidy Towns results. Well done Glin and to all the efforts of everyone involved.
Glin Tidy Towns church gate collection this weekend. All support greatly appreciated.
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A fantastic morning of fund raising was held in JC BARRETTS BAR this AM. The coffee morning raised E1268. Thank you to everyone who came and supported this cause. Thanks to Kevin and Marie, John and Maureen for the use … Continue reading →
Glin Development and Tidy Towns. Fingers crossed that Glin will perform well in the Tidy Towns results. All the judging is completed and the next stage are the results in September! It was a great summer and the flowers that … Continue reading →
Local Hero Jack Sheahan. There is some wonderful talent in Glin! Glin would like to congratulate Jack Sheahan, son of Pat and Maureen Sheahan, for his outstanding achievement in the Kerry District League (KDL) awards night. Jack wiped the board … Continue reading →
Glin Defibrillator will host a Coffee Morning on Sunday 3rd September after 11am mass in Barrett’s Bar. All proceeds raised will go towards the upkeep of the 10 Defibrillators and for replacement chest pads and batteries. Your support will … Continue reading →
Another Tidy-up today at the green space opposite the Catholic Church in Church Street. This is a lovely green area to sit and relax in the seats when the sun is shining and watch the world go by….. Thanks to … Continue reading →
Just out for a nice walk with the dog, went down by the slipway at the tennis court to enjoy the sea breeze, and ………to my horror, more dumping at the shore at the back of the tennis wall😡😡pulled … Continue reading →
Great work done today clearing weeds and grass from the wall verge and footpath verges heading out the N69 to Tarbert. Nearly there now, another Saturday should finish the job. More clearing work done by Phil Giles at the bridge … Continue reading →
Call to Maire McIntyre at the pier for lovely hot chocolate, teas and coffees. Nice cookies and buns too🍩🍪☕️! Thank you Maire.
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Glin Homes and Day Care launched new van today. Meals on Wheels available to Glin Community on Monday Wednesday and Friday’s .
Woo hoo🤗🤗Pontoon in the water today, great excitement. Good man Micky Mulvihill and all involved 🏊🏊♀️🏊🏊♀️💪💪
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Swimming & Water Safety classes take place at the pier July 17-21. REGISTRATION Sunday 16 July at the pier 12-1pm.
“God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference “. The Pastoral Council is formed over a year now. It has twelve members including … Continue reading →
UPDATE: Henry, who had been searching without success to locate 3 school friends from St Joseph’s Industrial School in Glin for over four years has finally found 2 of his long lost friends with the help of recent notes placed … Continue reading →
Glin 1st and 2nd in the Limerick community games finals U16 200m. Well done Ben Sheehan and Nathan Wright 🏆🏆
Head of Operations: John Anthony Culhane. Artistic Director: Sr. Mary Doody. Floor Manager: Eamon Sweeney. Photographer: Marie Fitzgerald . Director: Oscar🐾🐾
Fantastic turnout again this morning at Glin Town Park for the weekly cleanup. A huge thanks to all the volunteers who take an hour out of their Saturday to come and help. This is community spirit at its best! There … Continue reading →
Betty Browne from Glin parish is coming to Lourdes for 35 years now. Is that a record? Lovely to hear her continued enthusiasm for the pilgrimage #limericklourdes2017
Well done to the residents of Kilfergus Estate. The place looks amazing. Joe Wallace is a great man with the power washer, especially with the helping hand from Bernie Moloney. Beautiful planting done on the entrance to the estate. It’s … Continue reading →
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 →
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 →