Streete notes

Streete & District

Streete & District

Corr: Brian Nerney. Tel: 086-2596656

Anniversary Masses

This Friday night, 8th for Rose Reilly. Saturday,10th Month’s Memory Mass for the late Bina Murtagh, Boherquill.

Thanksgiving Service

In Church of Ireland, Streete this Sunday at 3pm and as always all are welcome to attend. Usual special charity collection will take place.


Rathowen Parish church choir have tickets for sale to help raise some funds for a concert and I am asked to mention it, as help is needed to sell some in this parish. Books are available at Rathowen Post Office or donations can be left with Lorraine or Angela there.

Irish Wheelchair Association

Phoned to thank all who donated to their Church gate collection which amounted to €150 - thank you.

Parish Park

A most enjoyable function took place in Feerick’s Hotel at which donations of 1,000 euro each were given to three charities namely, Church in Boherquill, Church of Ireland, Streete and Irish Heart Foundation. Thanks to all who attended, all who donated prizes, all who supported this year’s Philip Moran Tractor Run and John Feerick who sponsored the food on the night. Thanks to all.

Wildlife Club

Over the last few weeks the club clay shooting committee have carried out further improvements in the club grounds including the setting up of a ball trap layout, and it’s hoped to use this during the club open Christmas league shoot which is due to start on the 12th November next and run for six weeks. The club member’s annual clay shoot will be held on the 24th October next.


Numbers drawn in Streete Parish Park Lotto on Monday, 28th September were 10, 17, 23 and 25. There was no jackpot winner. €40 winners were: T. Lambden, Rathowen; Luke O’Reilly, ROR, Granard and Maire Coyle, Oldcastle. Next Lotto draw is on Monday, 12th October when the jackpot will be €7,400. Thank you for supporting our community.

Boherquill Ramblers

On September 27th Declan Leonard introduced the Ramblers to a walk at The Downs near Mullingar that was new even to residents of the town. The warm sunny weather was perfect for the walk west from Mary Lynch’s pub beside the N4, out through Heathstown bog and back along the Royal Canal. Thank you to Declan for leading the walk and to John Moriarty of Mary Lynch’s for the refreshments at the end of the afternoon. A weekend away at the Lough Allen Hotel in Drumshanbo has been arranged for Friday, October 9th to Sunday the 11th. The price of €140 each will cover two nights B&B and a packed lunch and dinner on Saturday. To book please contact Club Chair Patricia Bruton at 087 9812801 ASAP. The Ramblers will meet at the hotel at 8pm for tea and sandwiches. Walking boots and a hi-vis vest are advised for the weekend’s walks. See