‘Haunted House’ now open in Fethard

Martin Shelly working in the kitchen of Lonergan's Bar's 'Haunted House' for Hallowe'en
Lonergan’s Bar in Fethard, now famous for its Halloween décor, has been invaded by ‘ghosts and ghoulies’ who have gone one step further this year by not only taking over the entire bar and adjacent laneway.

Lonergan’s Bar in Fethard, now famous for its Halloween décor, has been invaded by ‘ghosts and ghoulies’ who have gone one step further this year by not only taking over the entire bar and adjacent laneway.

They have now taken up residence on the complete first floor where things go ‘bump in the night’ among scenes of a ghoulish Halloween . . . not for the faint-hearted.

An arrangement has been settled with the new ‘ghosts and ghoulie’ inhabitants who have agreed to behave and allow visitors to their new home in Lonergans but it is recommended that parental guidance is applied before young children are allowed into the haunted house. All proceeds raised from visits to the ‘haunted house’ will be forwarded to the Children’s Ward at South Tipperary General Hospital.

This ‘Halloween Weekend’ will also see some terrific entertainment with music from ‘Terminal 2’ on Friday night, ‘The Wigwam Glam Band’ on Saturday night a ‘Monster Fancy Dress Party’ on Sunday with music by the very popular ‘Hot Ice’. Lots of prizes for the best costumes.

Ned Kelly website launch in Moyglass

A website, nedkellyireland.com, to help promote tourism around our area and cater for the worldwide interest in Ned Kelly’s Irish roots will be officially launched in The Village Inn, Moyglass on next Friday night, October 25. All are welcome and there will be live traditional music night to help create atmosphere.

Table Quiz this Friday night

A table quiz in aid of Fethard & District Day Care Centre will be held in Butler’s Sports Bar on this Friday night, October 25, starting at 9pm. Your support would be very much appreciated.