Tydavnet Tidy Towns AGM will take place on Wednesday 5th February at 9pm in Tydavnet Community centre. We invite at least one person from every house in the village to come along and get involved. New people bring new ideas and we could certainly do with some fresh ideas and a few young backs. We […]
Tydavnet Community Games Art and Handwriting registration and area competition on Saturday 1st February in Urbleshanny School from 10am to 12 noon. Registration €2 per child. Art: Under 8, 10, 12, 14 and under 16… An exhibit (painting, drawing, collage or cartoon) must be based on a Community Games activity. Maximum size 60cm X 70cm […]
The death has taken place of Mary McElvaney, (née McPhillips), Corcaghan, Monaghan, on Thursday 23rd January 2020, peacefully, surrounded by her loving family. Predeceased by her husband Eddie (2010) and her daughter Helena (Connolly, 2015). Sadly missed by her daughters Geraldine, Majella and Margaret, sons Michael and Edward, sister Margaret (Tierney, Sruveil, Scotstown), sons in law, daughter in law, grandchildren, […]
Tydavnet Historical Society will host another night of old photos from the locality on Wednesday 29th April 2020 at 8pm, and we welcome rare old photos of local events and activities of the past that people have for inclusion in the event – images can be scanned for viewing, and you’ll get your own photo back […]
Local singing star Helen Keenan from Drumcoowoods will be singing as a Soprano in Bizet’s “Carmen” for Irish National Opera’s production in the Bord Gais energy theatre from 22nd – 28th March. The production includes huge stars including Paula Murrihy who has performed with Met Opera New York and top Irish soprano Celine Byrne. Helen […]
The AGM of Tydavnet Car park committee took place on 14/1/2020. There was a good attendance, and with the imminent completion of the project in sight, the mood was optimistic. The committee outlined the highs and lows as encountered throughout the year and gave a detailed financial report which leaves us with a deficit of around […]
The death has taken place of Edward William John (Jack) Storey, formerly of Cappog, Ballinode, on Saturday 18th January 2020, peacefully in hospital. Sadly missed by his loving wife Anne, deeply regretted by his children Jacqueline, Geoffrey, Robert and Heather and all his grandchildren. Funeral service will take place on Thursday 23rd January 2020 in Ballinode Parish […]
Managers/Coaches needed. Tydavnet Community Games has been inundated with interest from the children following our registration for Phase 1 Team Events for Indoor Soccer, Basketball & Draughts. The Committee is now seeking parents who are already vetted with us or who are willing to get vetted to help with Coaching & Managing teams at training […]
Adult music lessons will commence a new term in McCague’s Bar, Scotstown, on Thursday 16th January 2020. Tydavnet Feis is all set for Sunday 23rd February 2020 in Scotstown. The Monaghan county Fleadh will take place in Scotstown this year from Thursday 28th May to Sunday 31st May (the June Bank holiday weekend). Ciorcal Gaeilge […]
Ballinode Community Projects sends congratulations to Elaine Coyle, Killygrallen, on the arrival of gorgeous little Abigail just in time for Christmas. Delightful news for proud parents Elaine and Stephen. There’s great excitement, congratulations.
The next Lunch Club in Ballinode Hall will take place on Monday 3rd February 2020 at 12.30pm. New members always welcome. Contact Madge 086 2530538 or Lorraine 087-7984230.
The annual table quiz in aid of Tydavnet Faith and Light will take place on Friday 21st February in Scotstown complex at 8.30pm sharp. Lots of great questions, great prizes and a fantastic night out in aid of very special people. Adult and junior tables on the night, all welcome.
Keep free Friday 6th March for annual coffee day in Ballinode Hall hosted by Madge and Friends. In aid of cancer support charities. Lots of goodies and good company and craic. Everyone is welcome, and your support is much appreciated, please.
Annual rugby club Black Tie Dress dance takes place in the Hillgrove Hotel on 29th February 2020 at 8pm. Dance till late to Mr Music followed by disco. Tickets €35 from Sammy, or club members. Annual club draw takes place on the night too.
Roslea Community Historical Society presents a talk by Sebastian Graham on the history of local mills in Roslea Heritage Centre on Thursday 6th February at 8pm. Mills were central to the local economy for centuries, and Sebastian has been researching them and their distribution throughout Northern Ireland for over 5 years. He has mapped over […]