1 September 2021
Appeal for News
This is an appeal to those of you who are involved in various activities (which have increased a lot recently), not to forget to send us an email with a few lines and maybe a photo or two publicising what you are doing. The regular users of this site (particularly those not on social media) would like to see them and it will help paint a fuller picture of what is taking place in and around Borrisoleigh. We rely on you, the local community, to send us your news.
Borrisoleigh Website Committee
AXA Community Bike Ride
Another lovely day for a cycle last Sunday and finished off with a visit to the new coffee shop,The crazy bean where we enjoyed refreshments in the morning sun.Thanks to everyone for the company and to John f for the photos and the coffee bean for lovely treats see ye again soon.
Anniversary Masses; Saturday 7pm September 4th Denis Ryan, Glenbreeda.
Change of Mass and Religious Services live stream Address:
Please note change of Address to our live stream Masses and Religious Services. Please log on to:
churchcamlive/borrisoleigh (all small letters and all one word)
Season of Creation: Is from 1st September-4th October. The theme this year is ‘Restoring our common home’. The U.N. climate change conference in Glasgow (COP 26) in November will be one of the most decisive gathering in modern history. One hundred and ninety world leaders will gather. Is there still hope of protecting the worst extremes of climate change such as floods, fire and famine? The answer is that there is still time, but what is needed to be done will be difficult and expensive. Two recent reports have established that climate change is the result of human behaviour, behaviour that needs to change. In preparation for U.N. COP 26 meeting there will be a petition known as the Healthy Planet, Healthy People petition available at http://healthyplanetandpeople.org/ for dioceses, parishes and individuals to sign. It is envisaged that this petition with signatures will be presented by Pope Francis to the Presidents of these upcoming U.N. Conferences.
Covid-19 Support line for Older People: Alone manage a national support line and additional supports for older people who have concerns or are facing difficulties relating to COVID-19. Professional staff are available to answer queries and give advice and reassurance where necessary. The support line is open seven days a week, 8am-8pm by calling 0818 222 024.
Thought for the Week: Yesterday is gone, Tomorrow has not yet come. We have only to-day. Let us begin.
Scoil Naomh Cualan
Positions Available – Community Employment Programme
Three positions are available in Borrisoleigh under the Community Employment (CE) programme. The CE programme is designed to help people who are long-term unemployed (or otherwise disadvantaged) to get back to work by offering part-time and temporary placements in jobs based within local communities. Participants can take up other part-time work during their placement. After the placement, participants are encouraged to look for permanent jobs elsewhere, based on the experience and new skills they have gained while on a Community Employment scheme.
The Community Employment programme is administered by the Department of Social Protection (DSP). The DSP gives financial support in the form of allowances and funding to assist with the Community Employment programme, for example participant wages, supervisor grants, materials grants and specific skills training grants. Community Employment sponsors are the voluntary organisations or public bodies that manage CE schemes at a local level.
For more information and to apply phone Peter Deely at 085-1243019
Borrisoleigh Active Social Club
Pic of the Past
Back: Sean Kenny, Dr. Joan Power Kenny, Barry Walsh, Joseph Kenny,
Geraldine Walsh, Elizabeth Walsh, Nicole Walsh and John Walsh
Front: Kevin, John, David, Aidan and Conor Walsh
Your Website Needs You
Committee: Enda Ryan, Noreen Fahy, Marie McGrath, Derry O’Donnell
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