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The late Frank Clerkin, London; formerly Knockballyroney, Scotstown

We remember with great fondness the late Francis X (Frank) Clerkin, Hornsey, London, and late of Knockballyroney, Scotstown, who died in London on Tuesday 27th October, aged 89 years. A frequent and recent visitor to his native heath, Frank was the youngest of the Clerkin household, and he was in fairly good health until a […]

The late Ronnie Hawe, Dernagrew, Monaghan

The death has occurred of Ronnie Hawe, 14 Cluain-Ard, Dernagrew, Monaghan Town, on Wednesday 4th November 2020, peacefully at Beaumont Hospital, Dublin. Ronnie will be dearly missed by his loving family and partner Cora, daughter Samantha, sons Kerry and Lee-Ron, daughter-in-law Gintare, grandchildren Jamie, Kai and Tom, sisters Isobel (Graham) and Doreen, brother Wesley and the entire family […]

2 local projects in LEADER impact awards final

Co Monaghan has 3 finalists in the Leader Impact awards, and 2 of them are from Tydavnet. The competition is open to projects who have received LEADER funding through the 2014-2020 LEADER programme, and there are 3 different categories. Use the link here to vote: https://a.cstmapp.com/entries/900417   BikeGreen from Tydavnet is a finalist in Theme 1 […]

The late Lorna Carson, Newtownstewart, Tyrone; local family bereaved

It is with much sadness that we record the passing Lorna Elizabeth Carson, (sister of Lucinda Dunn, Drumcoojackson, Tydavnet) who died peacefully yesterday, 31st October 2020; Lorna was suffering from Motor Neuron Disease.  Tydavnet Community Centre very kindly hosted the head and beard shave event of her brother in laws George Dunn   in March 2019, the proceeds […]

Sewer upgrade works in Scotstown from Monday 23rd November to Friday 12th December 2020

Monaghan County Council intends to close the following roads in Co Monaghan…. Date –  Monday 23rd November at 07.00am to Friday 12th December 2020 at 7pm. To Facilitate Sewer Upgrade Works.  Roads to be closed in the Municipal District of Monaghan: Monaghan County Council intend to close the LP-2021 in the townlands of Bough – […]

Dermot Earley Youth Leadership Initiative (DEYLI) open to applicants

The Dermot Earley Youth Leadership Initiative (DEYLI): This exciting Foróige programme enables young people to develop the skills and qualities necessary to be good leaders and challenges them to use these skills to improve society. DEYLI aims to enable young people to develop the skills, confidence and action plans needed to be effective leaders, both […]

New mobile coffee business started in north Monaghan

Best wishes to Sinead McCartan who has set up a mobile Barista/ Tea business in the north Monaghan area. We’re a nation of tea (and now) coffee drinkers, so coffee on wheels is just gonna hit the spot! This isn’t your cup of drab, powdered instant, this is high quality, freshly ground coffee on demand, […]

The late Bernie McElvaney, Lisbane, Ballinode

The death has occurred of Bernadette McElvaney, Lisbane, Ballinode, on Monday 26th October, peacefully in the loving care of her family and the staff at Beaumont Hospital. Predeceased by her parents Mick and Kathleen McElvaney. Sadly missed by her children Shauna, James and Ciara, their partners Chris, Martina and Ciaran, her grand-daughter Isabel, brothers Gerard and Joseph, sisters […]

The late Brendan McCarron, Knockatallon

The death has occurred of Brendan McCarron, Derryallaghan, Knockatallon, on Saturday 24th October 2020, suddenly, in the loving care of his family. Predeceased by his wife Mary (on 18th May 2019), parents Jimmy, Kathleen and brother Francie. Dearly beloved father of James (Laura) and Cora (David). Devoted grandfather of Fiadh, Odin, Ruairi and Cillian. Reposing at his […]

Jim and Patrick ‘almost there’ in county tops challenge

On Friday 2nd of October Jim and Patrick McCarron travelled to the Shehy mountain range in West Cork and climbed Knockboy, the highest mountain in the county  at an elevation of 706m.  They stayed overnight in Killarney to be up early to climb the highest mountain in Ireland, Carrauntoohil at 1,039m, the following day.  This […]

Tr*n*r Clan gathering postponed until June 2022

Important message to all clan members intending to attend the next Tr*n*r Clan gathering. The organising committee took the decision to defer the Clann Gathering from June 2021due to the current pandemic and the travel restrictions. At the minute the weekend of 9th – 13th June 2022 has been pencilled in for the next gathering, […]

Knitters invited to create Easter Bunnies and Chicks for Clones charity

Cairde Activation Centre, Clones is looking for volunteers to knit Easter chicks and Easter Bunnies which will be sold to raise funds for Cairde next Easter. Knitters will be provided with the wool and patterns if required. Patterns are suitable for beginner knitters and can be done in all styles and colours.The Centre Ltd is […]

Tylotto draws postponed due to Covid 19

Due to the current Level 5 Covid 19 restrictions the committee has made the decision to postpone the Tylotto draws until further notice. All envelopes purchased to date will be entered into the next draw. The health and safety of our volunteers is of extreme importance and we hope you understand the decision we have […]

Knockatallon vigil Mass time change from Saturday 24th October 2020

The Saturday evening Vigil Mass time in Knockatallon will change for the winter months from this weekend, October 24th/Oct 25th (when winter time starts). Although no congregation is permitted at the minute, the Mass will be streamed via the Tydavnet Parish RC Churches Facebook page at this earlier time of 7pm. The Mass will return […]

Close KNIT community starts new project for winter 2020

Thanks to all our lockdown knitters for the fantastic effort of making scarves for nursing homes and homeless, they have been much appreciated by all the units who received them. The group is based at the Oakland Centre, Glaslough, but has members all over the county and beyond. The next project is creating bright and […]

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