The Alzheimer Society of Ireland in in South Tipperary is launching an Alzheimer Café Day. The Alzheimer Café will meet at The Community Resource Centre, Kickham Street, Clonmel on the last Thursday of each month from 11am – 1pm commencing on the 28th February and will meet on the last Thursday of each month thereafter.
The Alzheimer Café is a safe and relaxed place where people with dementia, their families and carers come together for support and social interaction. It is a forum where people can share experiences and talk about dementia openly. There will be a guest speaker invited to attend the café each month Refreshments will be provided – no fee charged.
There are approximately 4000 new cases of dementia identified in Ireland every year. There is currently more than 44000 people living with dementia in Ireland and this is expected to reach 147,000 by 2041 due to an ageing population.
For more information on the Alzheimer Café please call Catherine on 052/6182730 or 086/049054 or email firstname.lastname@example.org . For more information on The Alzheimer Society of Ireland service please see www.alzheimer.ie . Help line number 1800341341 The Alzheimer cafe at the Community Resource Centre, Kickham Street, Clonmel, will stage an event on on Thursday 28th February from 11.00 am to 1.00pm with guest speaker Richie Molloy – Carers Association on Ireland.
Clonmel Baptist Church
3rd March Choosing leaders for the Church Acts 14:23 7:00 pm Bible sudy
All are welcomed.
Youth Club every Friday at Loreto gym. Juniors (Primary School 3rd-6th class) 7:00pm-8:00pm
Seniors (Secondary school) 8:00pm -9:00pm
For information on Ladies Bible Studies and all other enquiries please contact:0861527663 or see our website.
Marlfield Village extends its condolences to the Meskell family on the death of Sarah Meskell mother of Peter.The mass took place in Boherleahan Chapel on Saturday morning with internment in Ardmayle burial grounds. To Peter and Mary and their family we extend our deepest sympathies. May she rest in peace.
Final Morning’s Work.
Weather permitting the final part of the Marlfield Burial grounds clean up takes place on this coming Saturday morning. The carrying and disposal of the cleanings and cuttings which the voluntary workers have gathered will be disposed of. There is a full wheelie bin of discarded cans, bottles and general rubbish which the raking un covered which will be removed off site. When all this work is completed we will have a look at gritting pathways and edging the walk around the chapel but we need funds for this. Any ideas on fundraising welcome.
South Tipperary Co. Council is proposing to relocate the existing bottle bank presently located at Sandybanks. There is a recurring problem with fly tipping in the present location as it is not in full public view and requires very regular cleaning. Each year this problem has been flagged in the tidy towns report and as the local authority gets a copy of the report they are familiar with the problem. The site under consideration at present is the entrance area at the pumping station on the Church Avenue. The Village Committee await a copy of the proposals from the environment section which will have to include planting and public lighting.