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Red letter day as Oliver takes leave from the Post

The Tydavnet community extends good wishes for a happy retirement to our much loved local postman Oliver McNally who made his last postal delivery on Friday 10th August 2018. Over the years Oliver passed out his load of letters, greeting cards, bills, parcels, magazines and junk mail efficiently and politely, and always had time for […]

Successful launch of Monaghan events for Heritage Week 2018

National Heritage Week 2018 takes place from Saturday 18th to Sunday 26th August 2018, and a very full and varied programme of events will be taking place all over County Monaghan. The Monaghan launch took place in the Sliabh Beagh hotel on Thursday 9th August, and the booklet was launched by Namibian native Chris Uys, […]

Knockatallon’s Damian has story published in time and space anthology

On Wednesday 8th August, an anthology that Knockatallon author Damian Connolly is part of along with 9 other talented writers, finally saw the light of day. The job of a Watchman is to watch. Nothing more, nothing less. You can’t change the past. Or at least, you shouldn’t…  That’s the premise of his story, but there’s 9 other […]

Friendship Service in Ballinode Church on Sunday 12th August 2018

Everyone is welcome to a Friendship Service in St Dymphna’s Church, Ballinode on Sunday 12th August 2018 at 3pm. Preacher will be Rev Malcolm Kingston, Rector at St Mark’s, Armagh, and Rural Dean of Tynan Rural Deanery, always with an interesting story to tell. Music will be provided by very talented brothers Jason and Lee Nicholl from […]

“Monaghan’s Rare Birds” a heritage week event in Knockatallon on Thusday 23rd August.

Monaghan County Council in collaboration with the Golden Eagle Trust is hosting a walk and talk on “Monaghan’s Rare Birds” on Thursday 23 August, from 12 noon to 2:30pm at Sliabh Beagh, Knockatallon. Meet at the Sliabh Beagh hotel at 12 noon. Join Dr Marc Ruddock from the Golden Eagle Trust for a talk on Monaghan’s rare birds, […]

Enjoy “A walk back in time” in Knockatallon on Saturday 25th August

Monaghan County Council in conjunction with Sliabh Beagh Hotel, Knockatallon are hosting a “Walk back in time” heritage event on Saturay 25th August from 10am to 5pm. It’s a day out for all the family, where you can relive a more traditional way of life for a day on Sliabh Beagh. Activities include bread making demo, […]

Clay Days – Muddy in Monaghan fun for the family during Heritage Week 2018 in Knockatallon

A very exciting Heritage Week event for adults and children will take place in Knockatallon on 25 August, from 3pm – 5pm. The event is organised by Earthen Building UK and Ireland (EBUKI). Check out a contemporary cob house at its building stage, try out some foot mixing and building using just clay straw and […]

Walk from Poll an Aifrinn to St Dympna’s Well on Sunday 19th August 2018

A pilgrim path walk from Poll an Aifrinn, Knockballyroney, to St Dympna’s Well, Culdavnet will take place on Sunday 19th August to mark Heritage Week 2018. The Grade 2, 10 km walk will require reasonable fitness, but it’s a great way to see and celebrate two heritage landmarks in the area. Register at the Sliabh Beagh […]

The late Mick O’Dowd, Clontibret; Urbleshanny N.S. teacher bereaved

The death has taken place of Mick O’Down, Glennyhorn, Clontibret, Co Monaghan on Monday 6th August 2018, peacefully at Cavan General Hospital, surrounded by his loving family. Sadly missed by his dear wife Kathleen, his daughter Elaine (Lavelle, teacher, Urbleshanny School) and Micheal, son in law Kieran, daughter in law Joanne, and his 8 cherished […]

Emyvale Cycling Club time trial in Tydavnet on Tuesday 7th August 2018

The Emyvale Cycling club Time Trial League will be starting on Tuesday evening, 7th August in Tydavnet. Sign on from 6.30pm at Tydavnet National School carpark. The route is from Tydavnet out the Clogher Road to near Bragan Crossroads where riders will be turned by marshals, and back to Tydavnet. It’s a rolling course on the way out […]

The late Alice Cassidy, Ballyjamesduff; local families bereaved

The death has been announced of Alice Cassidy (née Sherwood), Dungimmon, Ballyjamesduff, Co. Cavan, on Friday, August 3rd, peacefully in Cavan General Hospital. Predeceased by her husband Herbert, and her son Charles. Dear mother of Caroline (Eric) Dunn, and Ruth (Alan) Dunn, of Drumcoojackson, Tydavnet, David (Phyllis) Cassidy, Sylvia (Denis) Storey, Benjamin (Catherina) Cassidy, Doreen (John) […]

Edenbeag Childcare Centre seeks Caretaker and Cleaner

Edenbeag Childcare Centre based at Edenmore School, Emyvale, has 2 positions available: Caretaker & Cleaner for 19.5hrs per week, due to start  in October 2018.  If you are you over 21 years old, and have been unemployed for 12 months or more and in receipt of a social welfare payment, you are eligible to apply. The role […]

Works to continue on Kibberidog bridge – road closure expected

Monaghan County Council gives notice of Intention to close the LS-6014-0 bridge road from Monday 20th August 2018 to Sunday 23rd September 2018 to facilitate the replacement of the existing culvert and all related site works on the bridge at Kibberidog townland, Ballinode, in the Municipal District of Ballybay – Clones in County Monaghan. Diversions will […]

Wedding congrats to John and Michelle

Congratulations to John Perkins from Ballinode, and Michelle Meehan from Ardaghey who were married on Thursday 26th July. Lovely bridesmaid was Cara Meehan, and Best Man was Chrissie Meehan. The delightful ceremony took place with an intimate family gathering in the Four Seasons Hotel, Monaghan, with many touching moments of tribute to John’s late Mum Heather, […]

Bell family undertake charity cycle for Suicide Prevention charity

The family of the late Garda Gabriel Bell, Dara, Mark, Shauna and David, from Threemilehouse, are undertaking a charity cycle event from Mizen Head to Malin Head from 22nd to 26th August to raise funds for 3Ts (Turn the tide of suicide). Gabriel was an inspiration in the cycling world and a great supporter of […]

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