Now that the work in the church is complete, the refurbishment work in the Community hall can commence. This week will see the start of the installation of the new heating system. After this is done we will have to carry out some cosmetic work on the interior of the hall which would consist of some plastering, carpentry and electrical. If anyone would be available to help with these projects we would be grateful if they could contact Kieran Slattery, or any Council member.
Preparations are in train for this years craft fair which takes place on October 28. Preparations are afoot to ensure that this Fair improves on recent ones, if that is possible. Some of the new stands this year feature new departures, to include dress and hat design, leather goods, and chocolate fountains to name but a few. The usual demos will be there as will the Hospice stall and one of the jewellery stalls is supporting the Alzheimer’s Society. The Children’s Art will have “Autumn” as the theme. There are still a few stalls left and details and application forms are available from Michael Carew on 06271187.
Deputy Mattie McGrath will hold a public meeting in relation to the government’s proposed changes to sick pay arrangements, on Friday, October 12, at 8pm in Cahir House Hotel. Guest speakers will include Mark Fielding, Chief Executive ISME (Irish Small Medium Enterprises Association) and Senator Mary Ann O’Brien, Entrepreneur and Chairperson Lily O’Brien’s Chocolates. All are welcome.
KICKHAM GAA SENIOR CLUB
Keep up to date with club happenings on our website www.kdkickhams.tipperary.gaa.ie Also Facebook “Kickham GAA” and “Kickham juvenile GAA.” We will continue to include up to date results and fixtures for all clubs teams as well as all other club activities. Why don’t you take a look and let us know what you think. Tell family and friends that may be away and would like to keep up to date with club happenings.
U16(B) Hurling - Our U16 Hurlers played North reps Ballina the County Final in Borrisoleigh last Saturday. The lads tried their very best but were beaten on the day by a strong Ballina team.