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Ballinode Community Projects AGM on Thursday 29 Nov at 8pm

The AGM of Ballinode Community Projects will take place in Ballinode Hall on Thursday 29th November at 8pm. Please come along and get involved in lots of exciting activities and upgrades in the community. All welcome.

Local IFA branch AGMs on Wednesday 21st November

Tydavnet, Aughnashalvey and Knockatallon branches of the Irish Farmers Association are holding the Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 21st November in the Sliabh Beagh hotel, Knockatallon at 8.15pm sharp. Your local AGM is your chance to have your say on the issues that are affecting farming, so go along to your Branch meeting and get active in your Association. All members […]

Making a Will won’t kill you…..valuable presentation in Monaghan on Tuesday 20th November 2018

 ‘Making a will won’t kill you!’ This is the interesting title of a presentation that will take place in St. Patrick’s Church Hall on Tuesday 20th November at 7.30pm. Organised by the St. Patrick’s Ladies group, this will be a jargon free presentation by Anne O’Carroll BCL. There will be a Question and Answer session, […]

Walks, talks, making a will….and lots, lots more – it’s all happening at Monaghan U3A

Walks: The walk on Wednesday, November 14th is in Crocknagrally, an upland predominantly coniferous forest that lies between Brookeborough and Fivemiletown. Meet at Maggie Charlie’s, Ballinode, at 10.00am or Knockatallon school at 10.30.The walk on Wednesday, November 21st is in Dernasell West, near Knockatallon.  Meet at Maggie Charlie’s, Ballinode, at 10.00am or Knockatallon school at […]

Sliabh Beagh film “Sgt Collins RIC” wins “Elevation Indie Film Award”

The short film “Sgt Collins RIC”  has won The Spotlight Award (Short) at the Elevation Indie Film Awards 2018. The film is set in the Fivemiletown area in November 1920, the day after Bloody Sunday in Dublin. Tyrone County Inspector Jerimiah O’Callaghan has gone to meet the Monaghan County Inspector in Scotstown and is ambushed. He […]

Lions Club Monaghan seeks your support for Christmas

Monaghan Lions Club sends a massive word of thanks to everyone who donated their unwanted specs to the October Specs Appeal. We reckon there’s roughly 2000 collected!!! Amazing and they’ll all go to great use. Thanks also to all our great local opticians for helping us out. Brilliant work everyone. Thank you. Our next big charity […]

Have you time on your hands? Lots of roles on offer with Volunteer Monaghan!

‘November is the month to remind us to be thankful for the many positive things happening in our lives’ Welcome to our November Newsletter Emyvale Tidy Towns are seeking volunteers to help with the work that is involved in keeping Emyvale a clean and picturesque village  https://bit.ly/2z73XeB Volunteer Adjudicators are required to help out at Concern debates. If you have an interest in […]

Dublin GAA star Philly McMahon to speak at Scotstown event

Scotstown GAA Health and Wellbeing team invites you to a talk with 5 time All Ireland winner Philly McMahon on the “Choices” facing our young people today. Growing up, Philly’s Ballymun community was exposed to high levels of unemployment and drug use. For Philly, sport was a diversion and it provided a framework of positive […]

Urbleshanny class to attend Fís Film “Oscars” 2018

Last year’s Rang a Trí in Urbleshanny N.S. has been shortlisted for the 2018 Fís film awards, and the students have been invited to the annual Film Festival in Dublin awards on Wednesday 14th November 2018 in the Helix Theatre. 25 films from all over Ireland are shortlisted for  the Fís “Oscars” awards which encourages creativity […]

Survey on laws and policies about biodiversity, the hen harrier and turfcutting – can you help?

Have your say on the nature laws on Sliabh Beagh! Mícheál Callaghan from Ballinode is doing a study on local and community involvement in protecting and managing biodiversity in Ireland. He would like to speak to farmers or turf cutters in the Sliabh Beagh / Bragan protected area (SPA & NHA). He wants to hear their […]

Mass for deceased members of Scotstown GAA on Tuesday 13th November 2018

Mass for deceased members of Scotstown GAA on Tuesday 13th November at 8pm in St Mary’s Urbleshanny. Come along and join in honouring those who have left us, celebrate our club still striving, a future that’s bright for the younger ones in the parish, and our pride in all they do. We all hope it’ll be many […]

Flower arranging demonstration in Knockatallon on Friday 23rd November 2018

Knockatallon Ladies invites you to a flower arranging demonstration by Wilma from JP Flowers in the Sliabh Beagh Hotel on Friday 23rd November at 8pm.  Learn how to make seasonal displays for the festive table and home. Everyone welcome

How to defuse a bomb – “Project Children” leaders to honour the late Fr Pat Rice from Tydavnet

Preparations are at an advanced stage in Monaghan for several screenings of “How to Defuse a Bomb: The Project Children Story” documentary, being held at the local Garage Theatre on Wednesday 14th and Thursday 15th November 2018.  Monaghan County Council are playing host to an extensive audience traveling from far and wide including America and […]

Local townlands included in Government Prospecting Licence issue

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO GRANT PROSPECTING LICENCES Since it appears to the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment (the Minister) section 7(1) of the Minerals Development Act 1940, as amended, the Minister intends to grant prospecting licences for Base Metals, Barytes, Silver and Gold to Great Glen Resources Ltd., Suite 2, 70 Queensway, Hemel […]

Bilingual table quiz in Monaghan on Friday 23rd November 2018

A bilingual table quiz is been organised by Muineachán le Gaeilge, in the Monaghan Harps Clubhouse, Rooskey, Monaghan town, for Friday 23rd of November, at 8pm. 4 per table, €10 per person, €5 for students and unwaged. Plenty of prizes on the night, be there and take your friends!

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