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Niall Mellon charity tractor run on Sunday 27th May 2018

A charity tractor run in aid of Mellon Educate will take place from Emyvale on Sunday 27th May 2018. Registration from 1pm, the run starts at 2pm. All sizes of tractors welcome. Assemble at Francie Landers yard, everyone welcome. Music and social afterwards, your support is appreciated.

Tydavnet’s Catherine to undertake Women’s mini marathon for charity

Catherine O’Donoghue from Tirnaskea, Tydavnet, and her sisters Theresa Rice (Mullinahinch) and Mary Duffy (Ballybay) are undertaking the VHI Women’s Dublin mini-marathon on Sunday 3rd June 2018. They are hoping to raise money for the Irish Kidney Association in memory of their late mother Mrs Treanor, from St Dympna’s Terrace in Scotstown. They welcome any donations, please, for a […]

Butterfly identification workshop on Saturday 26th May 2018

Monaghan County Council heritage office have organised a butterfly ID and monitoring workshop for this Saturday 26th of May 2018 as part of Biodiversity Week. The workshop run by the National Biodiversity Data Centre is free and involves an indoor session in the Market House in Monaghan, starting at 10.30am followed by an outdoor session in Knockatallon/Sliabh Beagh […]

Summer adventures, forest schools, adult kayaking, and activity instructors courses at Tanagh

Tanagh Outdoor Education & Training Centre are now taking bookings for their Outdoor Adventure Summer Camps, Summer Forest Schools, Adults Learn to Kayak sessions and Heritage canoe paddle. Contact Philomena on 049 5552988 or email info@tanaghoutdooreducation.com for more details on dates & cost. Book early to avoid disappointment. They are also taking names for those interested in the Outdoor Activity […]

Knockatallon’s Mass of Remembrance on Thursday 7th June 2018

Mass of Remembrance: As part of the Hooley in the Heather 2018, a Mass of Remembrance will take place in St. Joseph’s Church Knockatallon on Thursday the 7th June 2018 at 8.00pm.  Remembrance candles can be purchased for deceased relatives/friends from Mary Connolly (047 89230) and will be placed around the alter at this Mass.

Tydavnet Community Games representatives in All Ireland competitions in Limerick

Best of luck to the representatives of Tydavnet Community Games who will be participating in the national finals in Limerick next weekend. Among the group are Harry Murphy, Tom Forde, Lara Corrigan, Rhys Roddy, Leah Keenan, Kate McKenna, Shannon Boylan, Lillie Mae Beeton, Holly Mullen, and Annie, Ava and Cassie McGinnity. We wish them a safe […]

Tydavnet Community Games Gaelic and soccer update 19th May 2018

U14 Girls Gaelic Team play their last game in County fixture against Monaghan on Monday 21st May 7pm in Scotstown Football Field. U12 Girls Gaelic Team to play Monaghan next week Details TBC. U12 Boys Outdoor Soccer Team – RESCHEDULED date of game against Clontibret will now be played on Monday 21st May 7pm in […]

One day retreat with Papal Nuncio on Lough Derg

Clogher diocese One-Day Retreat on Lough Derg on Saturday 26th May, led by Mgr Joseph McGuinness with special guest, Papal Nuncio to Ireland, His Excellency, Archbishop Jude Thaddeus Okolo. Boats for arrival from 9.15am until 10.00am. Departure 4.30pm. The One Day Retreat offers a shorter retreat experience where shoes remain on and lunch is served. […]

Exciting art, photography and creative writing competitions to mark Clogher Valley Show centenary year

The William Carleton Society are pleased to announce that they are sponsoring a number of prizes as part of the centenary Clogher Valley Show on Wednesday 25th July in Augher. The full schedule for the show will be issued shortly. The Carleton Classes will be judged by Mr Jack Johnston, President of the William Carleton Society. Class xxx […]

Ned Run charity event 2018 on Friday 3rd August

The Ned Run 2018, in memory of former Gaels, will take place at Scotstown Complex on Friday 3rd August 2018.  As always, there will be the 5 mile charity Run/walk starting and finishing from the Scotstown GAA grounds, as well as  music, entertainment, recreational football finals and a BBQ. We look forward to seeing you all for another […]

Where to next with Monaghan U3A…. there’s lots on offer!

Trip to the Cavan Burren: We have organised a day trip to the Cavan Burren and the Organic centre in Rossinver, Co Leitrim, on Tuesday May 22nd.  Anyone interested can text 0833244455 leaving your details and mark it “Burren”. With an opportunity for a nice walk in the historic Cavan Burren, a tour of the […]

Tydavnet tidy towns fundraising update, and clean up and tree planting details

The car park fundraising is creeping up nicely – €43,585 is already donated, and there are still a few envelopes outstanding. If anyone would like to contribute, but has not received an envelope, please contact any member of Tydavnet Tidy Towns committee. There is also an online “Go Fund Me” page, https://www.gofundme.com/tydavnet-off-street-car-park, all donations are much appreciated. […]

GoGo Sports summer camps locally for children of all ages

Book now for the upcoming GoGo Sports summer camps for 6-12 year old’s. Camps run for 3 days on Tuesday to Thursday from 9.30am – 2pm. More dates to be added!! Only €45. All our coaches are Garda vetted. See www.gogosports.ie/summercamps or contact Mark – 086 8937705 Week 1 July 3rd – 5th – Monaghan Week 2 July 10th – 12th -Dundalk […]

Tydavnet Drama Troupe closes the curtain on successful season

Tydavnet Drama Troupe would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank everyone who supported us in our recent production of “Moll”  which was a great success. Each year we like to donate to local charities / work in progress  and  we were delighted this year to donate all  proceeds from one of our  performances in […]

Tydavnet Festival 2018 supports 3 local charities

The first ever Tydavnet Village country music festival was a great success on the May Bank holiday weekend. It was by the community, for the community, and run on behalf of the community. The weather was favourable, and the event, despite demanding a lot of paperwork and preparation, was easily managed. After only a few […]

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