Jack McCormack Cup: Next Thursday Westmeath inter county team visit The Acres to take on The Longford inter county team in a challenge match for the Jack McCormack Memorial Cup. Anybody is welcome to watch this entertaining challenge with some good pitch and putt guarenteed also Longford need all the support they can get to try an win this cup for the first time starting at 6pm. The course will be closed to the public from 4pm on Thursday. We would like to wish the County team all the best for Sunday next in the Leinister finals in Stackallen.
LOTTO:Numbers drawn 14, 17, 19, 26. No jackpot.10 euro Mary Farrell, Aughagreagh. Sellers prize Patrick Earley. Draw for month of August in Rawles on Monday night at 9pm.
DEEPEST SYMPATHY: Deepest sympathy to Michael Moran and family, Castlebawn, on the sudden death of his father Sean in Ballinrobe Co Mayo recently. RIP.
OLD CLOTHES: The local community group will be collecting old clothes again next October towards the cost of another defib in the parish. Our first defib is located in the porch of the Garda station.
TEXT ALERT: The community text alert system is up and running if you wish to report any information please ring Granard garda Station 043 6687660. Anybody who wishes to join can do so at a cost of 5 euro per number to myself. Many thanks to all who collected the numbers so far.
DEEPEST SYMPATHY: Deepest sympathy to Sean and Ellen Farrell, France, on the death of Sr Gertrude Farrell Little Sisters of the Poor Order Waterford who died recently RIP.
PLAN LAUNCH: The local community group will be launching their recently prepared community plan this Friday night in Curraghcahill Hall at 8.30pm.Everybody in the area are invited to attend. Refreshments will be served.
TIDY TOWNS: The following is the result of the annual Duck Derby on the River Camlin 1st Bernard Brogan Kilnacarrow; 2nd Philip Reilly; 3rd Mary McManus Dernacross. Thanks to all who bought ducks and a special thanks to Derek Reynolds Soran who set up the course on the river. There was a poor attendance at the BBQ and function in Farrells on Sunday night which was disappointing considering the amount of work that was done by the various schemes throughout the parish and the village in particular. A number of planned projects will not take place now due to lack of funding. Many thanks to Martin and Mary Farrell for providing the music and spot prizes on the night.
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Weather for Longford, Ireland
Wednesday 19 June 2013
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Temperature: 12 C to 19 C
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