Murder in Coachford this weekend
The people of Coachford are getting ready to play their part in solving a crime this Saturday night in Hogan’s Bar Coachford. The Murder Mystery night is being held as a fundraiser for The Coachford Tidy Towns and promises to be a night of fun. Grainne Donovan secretary said “ We are asking people to come along and become Sherlock Holmes. Hercule Poirot and Jessica Fletcher for the night” .
Workshops for designing Villages
Workshops are being held in the three villages of the parish next week. The Following an initial walkabout of the villages by URS and the Community Council in early October the next stage of the project will be three workshops open to all. The plan is for the community and consultants from URS to work together to develop a vision for Coachford, Aghabullogue and Rylane. A Workshop for Coachford will be held on Tuesday November 6th at 7.00pm in the GAA Hall. Aghabullogue holds their workshop the following evening in the Community Hall and the workshop for Rylane will be held on Thursday night in the school hall at 7.00pm
Chairman of the Community Council, Peter Dineen said “ We are appealing for as many people as possible within our community to engage with this project as everybody’s input is required to make sure it will be successful and that the final Village Design Statements represents a shared vision for all three villages, we would be very grateful for your participation in this project and look forward to seeing you all at the workshop s in your village.
The consultants from URS will bring together the output from the workshop and prepare a presentation of a draft Village Design Statement at the end of November. Everyone will be able to give feedback on the plans at that stage before the Village Design Statement is launched in early January.
Congratulations to The Coachford Players who won the confined section in the Kilmallock One Act Drama Festival last weekend. The group’s performance of ‘Never Swim Alone’ by Daniel McIvor was very well received and as well as picking up the win, Anthony Greene was also selected as Best Director for his production. The cast of Louise Lyons, Eugene O’Sullivan and Peter Dineen now head to Cork, Haulbowline, Ballymahon and Rossmore Festivals over the next few weeks to try and secure another few wins.
Prayers will be recited in the Coachford cemeteries on Sunday next 4th November. Prayers at Magourney will take place at 11.00am and in Coachford at 3.00pm.
Mass for deceased members of Aghabullogue GAA and Camogie clubs will take place ion Saturday November 10th in St. John’s Church, Aghabullogue at. *.00pm
FAREWELL to MS. KEARNEY:
A very pleasant, and emotional, function was held in Coachford N.S. last Thursday to bid a fond farewell to Ms.Gearoidln Kearney, a member of the teaching staff,who was leaving to take up a new position in Cloyne N.S. Pupils and staff paid very heartfelt tributes to Ms. Kearney, to mark her very valued and appreciated input into all aspects of school life in her more than six years in Coachford. We wish Ms. Kearney every good luck in her new post.