Swinford Notes 27th January 2016
Swinford Tidy Towns
Swinford Tidy Towns committee have requested All Candidates and All Parties in the upcoming general election to refrain from putting up election posters inside the Swinford town boundaries. Numerous tidy towns groups in towns and villages all over Ireland now request candidates to refrain from erecting election posters inside town & village boundaries. We would ask all election agents to please notify contractors employed to erect election posters of our request. We would also ask them when removing posters to please take away the cable ties including any other cable ties left behind and recycle them appropriately.
We would like to wish all General Election Candidates the best of luck and thank them for their cooperation.
More information www.swinfordtidytowns.com/general-election-poster-free-zone-swinford/
Swinford Tidy Towns
Swinford Tidy Towns have resumed their weekly committee meetings on Tuesday’s making plans for the coming year. The weekly clean ups are back to regular hours again – winter months rota is every Saturday morning, meeting at the No Name Club on Chapel Street at 11am.
Thanks to all the volunteers who continued on throughout the Christmas and New Year.
Upcoming events include the annual National Spring Clean on Good Friday. If you are free for an hour or two to help out along with the Green Schools and Scouts the starting time will be 11am.
More details will follow nearer the time.
Swinford Indoor Country Market
Swinford Indoor Country Market is back on Saturday the 6th of February from 9.30-2pm at Swinford Cultural Centre (beside the new library).
As always we have a busy day planned for the whole family.
Our wide range of lovely stalls are there with a large variety of local produce on offer: veg, cakes, breads, preserves, plants, crafts, jewellery and much more will be available. So if you’re looking for a Gift for that special someone for Valentines day or just want some homemade bread we have it all.
The Railway cafe is also there to sit down and relax while enjoying the live music and having a lovely cup of tea with some homemade cake.
We’ll be looking forward to seeing you all there.
St Patrick’s Day Parade
A meeting for this St Patrick’s Day Parade will take place in The Gateway Hotel on Tuesday 2nd February at 8 o’clock.
Please come along and help make this years parade as successful as possible.
Help local Hospice
Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation is seeking volunteers to give an hour or more if suits of their time over the coming year to support local hospice palliative care services by way of helping with various fundraising events in their areas.
If you would like to volunteer or set up a hospice support group in your area please contact 094 9388666 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Any time you can give is greatly appreciated.
Karate table Quiz Fundraiser
Men on the Move Swinford Programme
Men on the Move Activity programme, which is aimed at men aged 30 + to get active have fun and improve fitness.
Meeting every Wednesday evening at 7.30pm in the Cultural Centre.
For more information contact Geraldine at 086-8105964.
Swinford Historical Society
Country Montessori is now taking enrolments for the 2016-2017 free preschool year. The free preschool programme is now expanded to offer children free preschool hours from the age of 3.
Priority for morning sessions will be given to those starting National School in September 2017.
Places are limited so early registration is advised.
To register or simply to get information call Mary Sheedy on 086 1773935 or 094 9384449.
Swinford National School is now accepting enrolments for the 2016-2017 school year.
Enrolment forms are available from the school office or can be downloaded from the website www.swinfordns.com
For more information contact 094 9252055.
All members of East Mayo Anglers Association are cordially invited to the AGM of East Mayo Anglers Association which will take place in The Gateway Hotel on Monday, February 8th at 9 o’clock.
Heartfulness, Relaxation and Meditation
Monday Feb 8th at 7pm in the Parochial House Swinford.
Free and open to all over 16 years.
Contact 086 0700681 if you require further information.
Golf Club 25 Drive
shared by 1st/2nd
3rd prize was won by Val Hyland
This weeks draw for Swinford GAA 50/50 draw was held in Julians on Tuesday 26th January and Jackie Fleming of Cully, Charlestown won €713. The winning envelope was sold by Kathleen Regan.
Next draw is in Quinns on the 2nd February. Draw envelopes are now also available at 3 for €5.
The price of membership remains the same as previous years:
Adult Player: €60,
Non-Playing Membership €20,
Under 18: €40, 2 children in family €70 and 3 or more children in family €100.
Strength & Conditioning Training
Meelick 25 Drive
Swinford Community Lotto
Results for January 25th 2016
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