Knock Shrine- Names are now been taken for the annual pilgrimage to Knock shrine on Saturday 11th August. Bus will pick up passengers at Kilmacomma, Russelstown, Ballymacarbery, Newcastle and Newcastle at 052 6136140 or Tommy Kelly Nire Rd, Ballymacarbery.
Eucharist Ministers- Sunday next Alice O Shea and Kate Dennehy.
Readers of the word- Sunday next Patricia Hackett.
Rota List- Please note that the rota list for the coming weeks Ministers of the Eucharist’s and Readers is now up in the Church porch.
Thanks- the M.S Society wish to thank all who subscribed to their annual collection which was held on Sunday last.
Cúl Camp- Newcastle G.A.A will host the Kellogg’s Cúl Camp from the 6th to 10th August in the G.A.A grounds. To register contact Juvenile secretary club Caroline Kelly.
Cards- Peggy Kennedy, Mem Murphy, Thomas Dwyer and John Cleary.
Lucky Table- Agnes Hyland and Ann Reidy.
Tickets- Marian Dwyer, Agnes Hyland, Noel Grant and Paddy Maher.
Notes- please take note that anyone clubs or others who would like to have notes included in the Newcastle section are asked to send them to Alice O Shea before 4pm on the Sunday prior to publication, phone 052 6136140.
TIGH NA NDAOINE
Arts & Crafts: For children of school going age and upwards will be taking place in Tigh na nDaoine on Wednesday’s from 11:00-12:30 starting Wednesday 18th July. Cost is €5 per class and will be ran by Kiara Heffernan Artist/Teacher. Please phone/text Mandy on (087)1846393 for more information or to book a place or simply come along any Wednesday.
Free Computer Training: Basic IT training for the unemployed OR people over 55 using a specially designed free 6 hour training programme that will take place in the IT centre in Newcastle, Clonmel. To book your place or for more information contact Mandy (087)1846393.
Good Morning South Tipperary: is a friendly, free and confidential phone service that supports the older and vulnerable people of South Tipperary and West Waterford. Trained volunteers make telephone calls to older and vulnerable people living in isolated rural areas or who are experiencing loneliness. The relationship developed between the volunteers and the person will ensure a friendly chat, support and mostly friendship. This service is completely free and confidential. We are currently hoping to reach out to more older people who would like to avail of this service. For more information please phone (052) 6120974 or Mandy on (087)1846393.
Huge Thank You: To all who very kindly supported the Seisiún Fundraiser for Tigh na nDaoine and Newcastle Community Alert last Thursday night in the Clonmel Park Hotel - a great night was had by all. Go raibh míle agat do gach duine.