25 October 2023
Click this link to donate to the Skydiving Fundraiser: https://www.gofundme.com/f/the-mad-yokes
October is Safeguarding month in the Archdiocese. The Parish and Diocesan Safeguarding Teams work hard all year to ensure our churches are a safe space for children. We welcome all children and young people to participate fully in the life of the parish, whether it be attendance at Mass and the Sacraments, as Altar Servers, Choir, Children’s Liturgy, Pray and Play, Youth Ministry etc. Feel free to contact the parish office for details. We look forward to seeing you.
The Archdiocese is fully committed to creating and maintaining safe environments within our churches, parishes, and ministry. We have a number of policies and guidance in place to ensure that best practice is maintained through our Ministry with children and vulnerable adults such as Child Safeguarding, Adult Safeguarding, Garda Vetting, Pilgrimage Polices etc. We also have lots of guidance for ministry within the parishes, as well as general advice around Safe Use of Social Media etc. These policies and more can be found on the safeguarding page on the Diocesan website –
Art & Craft Fair – Sunday 29th October from 1.30pm – 5.30pm, Anner Hotel. All proceeds to Suir Haven Cancer Support Centre.
Catechism Youcat Workshop – Saturday 11th November from 9.15am – 5.15pm. Bring a packed lunch. For booking please contact Máirín Ní Shúilleabháin – email – email@example.com or by phone – 087 795 0325.
Thought for the week
Never regret a day in your life: good days give happiness, bad days give experience, worst days give lessons, and best days give memories.
Knitting and Crochet Group
Borrisoleigh Historical Society
Ballykisteen Hotel, Limerick Junction, — 10 November at 7.30 pm. Biography of Tipperary famous revolutionary, Dan Breen. Foreword by historian and broadcaster, David McCullagh, Author of ‘The War of Independence in Limerick’, historian Thomas Toomey, will perform the official launch. A musical prelude by Cabragh Wetlands Choir, will begin the evening.
Thurles Greyhound stadium will be hosting their 75th anniversary celebration on Saturday 27th October 2023. This got me thinking about all the wonderful greyhound people and great greyhounds that came from Borrisoleigh over the years.There are so many funny stories and famous victories and lifelong friendships that were built through owning greyhounds and I would love to hear from anyone who has a photo, a story or a memory to share.
I’m interested in all stories and old photos connected to greyhounds not just the champions.
Hopefully I’ll find out some interesting information put something together to be published on this Borrisoleigh website in a few weeks time.
Thanks very much.
If anyone wishes to contact me please ring/WhatsApp 0868410855
Sustainable Energy Communities
You are invited to an autumn series of short online meetings (by zoom) for Tipperary community groups and SECs interested in developing local energy projects. The meetings take place on Wednesday evenings, 8pm, by zoom, during September and October..
To confirm your attendance just text your name and email to 085-7409023 or enter your details at this web address: www.bit.ly/mwswreg and you will receive the link for the meeting.
The event will include
Update on supports available under SEAI’s Sustainable Energy Communities Programme
The process of getting SEAI to fund a local Energy Audits and a energy plan for your community
Examples of other local community energy projects
Discussion and questions
The meeting will be hosted by Gearóid Fitzgibbon, the Sustainable Energy Communities mentor for the SEAI. (Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland).
Borrisoleigh Active Social Club
Borrisoleigh Active Social Club will hold their next meeting on Wed Nov 1st at 7pm in the Community Centre Borrisoleigh.
On Nov 3rd a group of members are heading off to Clonmel to see Louise Morrissey and friends celebrating her 35 years in music.
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