July 31, 2015
This is an online version of the Ballyboughal Tidy Towns Newsletter for July 2015.
A big thanks to Dan and all the group for their help in getting this online. And on behalf of Ballyboughal may I congratulate and thank you who have worked so hard to make this lovely village so much more beautiful. It is. Very much so.
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July 31, 2015
We only get the mobile library…. your nearest building therefore is next to JC’s Supermarket on the Rathbeale Road
Contact us at 01-8905582 / 8905894 Email email@example.com
Please note: any bookings should be made to the provided phone number, & cannot be made by replying to this email
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July 25, 2015
Some may or maybe not aware that Ballyboughal has been nom’d for the Pride of Place Awards. Nice. Very, sez you. That in mind, this Tuesday July 28th there will be an evening’s Pride of Place exhibition entitled, “The Spirit of Ballyboughal” which will be officially opened at a reception in St Patrick’s Hall at 8pm (after the Pride of Place judges leave the village that afternoon).
The organisers are also calling on all the Musicians that have ever played a session in O’Connors Pub over the years to come and join the local community and volunteers for a musical celebration of what’s great about living in Ballyboughal and environs, and the terrific voluntary effort which goes on every day throughout the wider community. They are hoping for a big turn out from the community and making it a musical night to remember in the pub afterwards!
Of note: This is not a fundraising gig; just come along and enjoy the music and craic and give the Ballyboughal volunteer community a pat on the back for doing such a great job!
Big cheers to the Dave Walton (and the Boughal Committee) for getting in touch with the info details to post here.
July 17, 2015
From the back lane, Ballyboughal; local slang for up the side of the pub; lives Niamh Delaney, above pictured mid song with brother Cian.
Last weekend was Niamh’s Birthday.
Happy Birthday Niamh.
July 16, 2015
This in from the lovely folks at Fingal Libraries.
In case you might not be aware, in Ballyboughal we do get the mobile Library, pictured above; of the building type however, Swords (to the right of JC’s Supermarket) is our nearest.
- Thursday 23rd July: Kids arts and crafts for 5-10 year olds at 3.30pm
- Thursday 6th of August, Bricks4kids, clay modelling for 4-7 year olds at 3pm
- Wednesday 12th August, Storytelling with Rod Smith, all ages, 3pm
- Thursday the 13th of August, A visit from Dogs trust Ireland, with Jake the boxer dog, for all ages, 3pm
Places for all of these events are strictly limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Please Ring Fingal Libraries if you wish to book a place at 018905582