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Celebrity chef Kevin Dundon to be special guest at Tydavnet Show

Top chef and TV personality Kevin Dundon is the special guest for this year’s Tydavnet Show on Saturday 17th August 2019.  Kevin has blazed a trail on the Irish food scene since he first started cooking over 30 years ago. The chef, who owns Dunbrody Country House Hotel and cookery school with his wife Catherine, […]

The late Paddy Bradley, Maguiresbridge – local family bereaved

The death has been announced of Pat (Paddy) Bradley ,Drumadagarve, Maguiresbridge, Co. Fermanagh, BT94 4NX, and formerly of The Fort, Craigvole, Swatragh, Co. Derry on Saturday 22nd June 2019 peacefully in the South West Acute hospital Enniskillen, surrounded by his loving family. Beloved husband of Una and loving father of Ruaidhri, Damian, Edel and Diarmuid. Loving brother […]

Deacon Kevin Connolly from Donagh parish to be ordained on 30th June

Best wishes to Deacon Kevin Connolly from Donagh Parish on his Ordination next Sunday 30th June in St. Macartan’s Cathedral. On the following day, Monday July 1st, he will celebrate his First Mass and give family, friends and parishioners his First Blessing in St. Mary’s, Glennan. After the First Mass & Blessing there will be […]

The late Sean McCarey, Dundian – Knockatallon family bereaved

The death has taken place of Sean McCarey, Luton, England, and Dundian, Emyvale, on Monday 17th June, suddenly, in Luton. Loving father of Patrick. Loving son of Pat (formerly lived at a place known as ‘Joe Sherrys’ Tullylone, Tydavnet) and Kathleen, and brother of Barbara (Stevely, Knockatallon), Nora, Mary, Joe, Paul, Trisha and Frankie. He will be sadly missed […]

Tydavnet Show online entries accepted from 26th June 2019

The Tydavnet Show website is currently being updated with the schedule of competitions and classes for Show Day 2019 on Saturday 17th August. An online entry system is being introduced for the first time this year, and it will be available from 26th June 2019. There’s something for everyone with cattle, horses, sheep, poultry, dairy […]

Bishop McDaid to celebrate 50th year of Priestly ministry

On Sunday 14th July 2019, Bishop Liam MacDaid will mark the 50th anniversary of his ordination as a priest with a special Mass of Thanksgiving at 4.00pm in St. Macartan’s Cathedral, Monaghan. All are welcome to attend and participate in the Mass and everyone is invited to refreshments afterwards at the Hillgrove Hotel.

Charity walkers wanted for Camino Walk in October 2019

Are you looking for your next big adventure? If so, why not sign up for Irish Wheelchair Association’s Coastal Camino Walk. This exciting walk in October 2019 is suitable for people of all age groups and all levels of fitness, following a beautiful trail of 103km from the maritime city of Vigo  in the province of […]

Campa Spraoi in Monaghan from 1st to 5th July 2019

Muineachán le Gaeilge is organising an All-Irish summer camp in Coláiste Oiriall from the 1st – 5th July for 4th, 5th and 6th class students. The Gaeltacht mini camp will give children confidence and inspiration to speak Irish as well as a positive experience of the language, and it makes learning Irish fun! Application forms available […]

Tydavnet Community Games under 12 girls in Ulster finals

Tydavnet Community Games Committee would like to wish the  Under 12 girls and their management team good luck in the Ulster Finals on Saturday 22nd June in Derry; The winning team  will progress to Phase 2 National finals weekend from 16th – 18th August in Limerick. It is expected that a good crowd of supporters from […]

The late Breege Rooney, Belgium Park – Scotstown family bereaved

The death has taken place of Breege Rooney, 47 Belgium Park, Monaghan Town, on Thursday 20th June 2019, peacefully in the loving care of her family and the staff of Drumbear Lodge Nursing Home, Monaghan. Predeceased by her husband John. Dearly beloved mother of Paul Rooney (Itereera, Scotstown) and Margaret (Smyth, Cordoola, Roslea), loving mother-in-law to Noeleen and Sean […]

Ballinode Tidy Towns prepares for annual judging

Judging in the national competition is ongoing, so we can expect a visit from the adjudicators anytime now. The committee and helpers have been very busy, as can be seen from the beautiful flower planters and baskets around the village, Ballinode Hall, and Connolly’s Corner. Riverside park has got a new gate. A few  of […]

Exciting enhancement projects started in Ballinode Village

Digger work has commenced to erect a mill wheel on the river in Ballinode village, a nod to the proud tradition of mills in the Ballinode area down the years. The finished millwheel will include inlet and outlet filtered sluices, and the walling for these will match the existing stonework. Damming of the work area has […]

Tylotto results 16th June 2019

Results of Tylotto draw on Sunday 16th June 2019: numbers drawn, 9, 10, 21, 23, no jackpot winner. Sellers prize Eimear Clerkin, Annacalkill, Scotstown. Lucky dips: Aimee Sherry, Mullaghmore North; Martin Beggan, Knockatallon; Tess McMahon, Tydavnet; Claire Sherlock, Tonyclay; Evan Murray, Gola English, Scotstown; Kate Clifford, Gola Irish, Scotstown; Christina McKenna, Drumcoofoster (won twice). School […]

Senior citizens “Tea Dance” on Wednesday 26th June 2019

Tydavnet Millennium Club and Ballinode Lunch Club are arranging a bus to go to an Afternoon Tea Dance in Watter’s Old Coach Inn, Castleblayney on Wednesday 26th June. The bus will collect at Tydavnet Community Centre, Ballinode Hall, and McNally’s Car Park. Cost for the afternoon will be €15 per person. If you are interested […]

38 years of dedication to Tydavnet school – Thanks Mrs Claire Slowey

38 years dedication to teaching in Tydavnet parish were recognised when St Dympna’s N.S., Tydavnet held a celebratory function for Mrs Claire Slowey on Tuesday 18th June 2019. Claire Cassidy from Terrytole, Ballinode, arrived in Tydavnet School (where the community centre now sits) as a fresh faced graduate, and it’s amazing to think of the […]

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