Cashel Active Retirement: monthly meeting will be held on Friday, January 31 in the Spafield Resource Centre at 2.30pm.
Guest speaker: Ann Darcy on health issues. Good attendance is requested and new members welcome.
Women in Business
The group meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 6.30pm at the Clonmel Park Hotel.
New members are always welcome. Contact Ita Horan, County Enterprise Board 052 6129466 or Vicki Corbett 086 8442939.
A very big happy birthday goes to Joe Oâ€™Sullivan who celebrated last Tuesday. Hope you had a great celebration!
With lots of love from your grandson Joseph, and all your family and friends.
St Maryâ€™s Choral
As part of their fundraising for the forthcoming season St Maryâ€™s Choral Society will hold a Valentineâ€™s table quiz on Thursday February 13, in Liam Dalys on Oâ€™Connell Street, Clonmel.
General knowledge plus perhaps a few romantic questions thrown in! All are welcome.
Ardfinnan National School
Contact the school in person or by phoning 052 7466397 before Friday, March 7.
Parents/guardians of children with special needs should contact the school as soon as possible.
A table quiz organised by the Soroptimists will be held at Hillview Sports Club, Clonmel next Wednesday evening, February 19, at 8.30pm.
The cost per table is â‚¬20 and funds raised will be donated to the Knocklofty Day Care Centre and Bridgewater House.
The school will hold an open morning on Saturdaym, March 1 at 11am.
Junior infants enrolling for September 2014 and their parents, are invited to come and view the excellent facilities, and meet the staff.
All enquiries to 052 6122167
Kilcash Ladies Club will celebrate its 40th anniversary of activities on Friday, February 28.
There will be mass in Kilcash Church at 7.30pm followed by a three-course meal in the Community Centre at 8.30pm for â‚¬25. All past and present members will be contacted and invited to attend by a Ladies Club area member. Names and money required by February 20. Please contact Club President Margaret Oâ€™Keeffe on 087 3811723 if you require any further information.
Huge congratulations to all the Clonmel, Ardfinnan, Carrick-on-Suir, and Fethard and Cahir Cubs who took part in the regional swimming gala held in the Sean Kelly Pool on Saturday February 1.
Congratulations to Ardfinnan the overall winners, second place Carrick-on-Suir, and in joint third place 22nd Cubs Clonmel, teams A & B. Congratulations to all the kids for taking part, we look forward to seeing you all again next year.
Clonmel Polish School sympathy
Wobec ciosu, ktory spadÅ‚ na Panstwa Rodzine,
nielatwo znalezc slowa pociechy.
Prosze przyjac wyrazy naszego najszczerszego zalu i wspolczucia z powodu tragicznej smierci Justyny Klamann.
Uroczystosci pogrzebowe rozpoczna sie o godzinie 19 we Czwartek, tj. 13 luty.
We want to express our sympathy for the Klamann familyâ€™s loss and to let them know that our thoughts and prayers are with them.
Anam Cara is holding its monthly parent evening on Monday, February 24, 2014 from 7.30pm to 9pm at The Horse & Jockey Hotel, Thurles, Co. Tipperary.
This event is free, open to all bereaved parents and each Anam Cara support group has a bereavement professional present to answer any questions parents may have and signpost them to other services that are available in the area.
For further information please see website at www.anamcara.ie email us at email@example.com or call 01 4045378.
Anam Cara support groups are situated throughout Ireland and provide parents a safe, comfortable environment where they have the opportunity to connect with other bereaved parents. Anam Cara is an inclusive organisation where parents do not identify themselves by their childrenâ€™s age, how they died, or if their death was recent or many years ago. What Anam Cara provides is a safe place for bereaved parents to connect with others who understand the intensity of the grief and loss.
A meeting of the Clonmel Daffodil Group will be held in Hearns Hotel on Wednesday, February 19 at 11am. New volunteers are always welcome.
A coffee morning to launch their fund raising for 2014 will be held in the Greyhound Stadium Clonmel on Saturday, March 1, commencing at 10.30am (access to the stadium is through the Gas House Bridge car park.)
The Annual General Meeting of Ardfinnan Fishing Club will take place on Thursday, February 13 at 8pm in the Community Hall, Ardfinnan.
St Patrickâ€™s Day Parade Tipperary Town will take place on Monday, March 17.
Anyone wishing to volunteer can contact Mick Ryan or Jerome Kiely. If you would like to take part or enter a group/Float you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 062 31244 between 10am to 2pm Monday to Friday.
Find us on facebook: St.Patrickâ€™s Day Tipperary
Donations sought for shop on Mary Street in Clonmel.
Good clothes, books, bric-a-brac, shoes, handbags, and more, all welcome. No electrical good can be accepted, thank you. If you would like to donate items but do not have transport, please contact the shop and they will arrange for the Enable Ireland van to collect the items from you. Contact 052 6126202. Enable Ireland - working for people with disabilities.
A social dancing event will be held in Moyglass Community Hall on the first Friday of every month.
Music and dancing is from 9pm to 12am. Admission E8. Teas served on the night. All are welcome.
Grainne Drohan Montessori, Thomas Street, Clonmel, enrolling now for September 2014.
Contact 087 9221200 or 052 6428204
Dolphin Swimming Club
Swimming has resumed on Friday nights in Ferryhouse pool at 7pm.
A set of keys were lost at the GAA Centre, Western Road, Clonmel on Sunday December 30.
Please contact 086 8933135 if you have any info.
New term commences in the first week of February and there are a few places remaining for the baby, toddler and preschool classes. For more information please visit: www.kindermusikwithjayne.com or call 086 392 6989.
Meet every Tesday fortnight in St Maryâ€™s Pastoral Centre, Irishtown at 8pm.
Writers and budding writers are welcome to attend. You can read your work or just come along and listen. A warm, welcoming atmosphere awaits you. For more information contact Mary on 086 1925247. Next meeting takes place on Tuesday, February 18.
Next opening Friday, February 14 at Mulcahy House.
A buggy/pram sale also takes place from 10am - 1pm. Great offers to be had.
Congratulations to Sue M Drain (formerly of Dry Clean It, Poppyfields), who has opened her new business The Seamstress, in the Regal Centre behind Tangled Yarns.
Sue will be doing alterations, repairs and is specialising in making vintage style dresses.
Best of luck in your new venture.
YOUTH INFO CENTRE
Clonmel Youth Information Centre â€“ currently the services available within the centre are CV and cover letter consultancy, photocopying, typing, fax and laminating service at a competitive rate.
We provide a confidential information service for young people including education, careers, travel/emigration, rights and entitlements.
For more info on the above and much more drop in to your local Youth Information Centre at 12 Upper Irishtown, Clonmel, Tel/Fax: 052 6125518, alternatively email email@example.com.
The anti-bank bailout protest takes place each Staurday in Clonmel at 12pm from Gordon Street car park.â€©See Facebook â€˜Clonmel says Noâ€™ or call 087 6051826 for more info.
Tipperaryâ€™s first Alzheimer Cafe is now open at the Community Resource Centre, Kickham Street, Clonmel, Co Tipperary.
The Alzheimer CafÃ© is a safe and relaxed place where people with dementia, their families and health and social care professionals come together for a unique blend of education and support.
It is a place where people can share experiences and talk about dementia. Anyone who is affected by dementia is welcome to come to an Alzheimer Cafe.
The Alzheimer CafÃ© facilitates support, information and education.
A support group for anyone over 18 bereaved by suicide meets in: Clonmel Community resource Centre, Kickham Street, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary.
For further information please contact Catherine Fahey 086 8328709. This Group is supported by the HSE and the Regional Suicide Resource Office.
Please get in touch if you have any VOLUNTARY events coming up, if you are organising a fundraiser or community event, having a table quiz, if you have lost property, birthday wishes etc.
The Out & About is a community section where all these types of events can be publicised. Only people who are advertising in the paper may place a small note in the O&A. If space allows this will be accommodated.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 052 6127342