Knockanrawley take to the streets to raise funds

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Knockanrawley women’s groups and the Men’s Shed are hitting the main street of Tipperary Town to raise funds for their groups for the next year.

Knockanrawley women’s groups and the Men’s Shed are hitting the main street of Tipperary Town to raise funds for their groups for the next year.

The groups will open a shop/cafe/entertainment venue from Wednesday, September 24 to Saturday 27 in a shop at the bottom of St. Michael’s Street.

The events include: a cafe opening from 11am to 4.30pm, the selling of jams, chutneys, books and quality used goods along with fun stalls such as Guess the Name of the Dog. There will be a grand raffle with lines being sold for the week, alongside all the other activities.

On Wednesday, September 24 there is an Open Mic session with Willie Bun called, Ceoil, Comedy, Karaoke and Craic and on Friday there is a music evening; performers to be confirmed. Both evenings are €5 entrance, start from 7 to 9.30pm and are not to be missed. These are non-alcoholic events with cookies and hot chocolate as a delicious alternative for sale.

The fundraising fury will be completed on Sunday, September 28 at the Marian Hall with a Bumper Cake Sale form 10.15am onwards with the raffle draw.

Please join in the fun and support the groups of Knockanrawley Resource Centre. The groups support many people from the town and around, to learn new skills, socialise and broaden their horizons. You might even decide to try one for yourself.