Here you will find a marvelously witty, informative and sometimes downright libelous account of the happenings in the famous town of Abbeyfeale, Co. Limerick. Ireland!
Read all about our eccentric characters and the many sporting achievements, (real or imagined) of our various teams. Experience the natural beauty, the unique atmosphere, the music, the company and the craic.
We get numerous visitors to our town every year. Most promise to return. Some never leave. All have an unforgettable time.
Seán Ó h-Airtnéide has gone to his rest.
Devon Road is
in mourning. He was one of the best.
He was born
in Dromtrasna and there went to school.
Curtin, his teacher, with strictness did rule.
reading and writing and sums by the score.
of Na Fianna; Gaelic legends galore.
and football he followed with glee,
fortunes of Limerick in '73.
For famed Fr
Casey's, epic poems composed.
their exploits; writing talents exposed.
was cycling. He supported the Rás
to pedal right up to his bás.
and byway in the county he knew.
He could name
every house as through Limerick he flew!
Seán Kelly, he met in The Square,
together, a treasure so rare.
On the feast
of St Patrick, he led the parade.
President of the local cycling brigade.
figure along the main road
to the creamery, the traffic he slowed,
pulled up for a picture to take
donkey and cart, and his hand for to shake.
He milked his
few cows and the hay he brought in.
He turned his
taobh-fhódes in the lot every spring.
straight and true with the spade he employed.
spuds, balls of flour, to his neighbours deployed
about raffles, house parties and wakes.
about rugby, horse racing and rakes.
His wit and
his wisdom was known near and far
were recited in síbín and bar
and journals; he was much in demand
To record all
the happenings that occurred at first-hand.
was published all over the world.
“Seán O' h-Airtnéide” like a banner unfurled.
But at last
he is silent. His pen laid to rest
Now he sleeps
with the angels; still one of the best.
His songs are
recited in heavenly swarm.
Jackie Thady and keep him from harm.
take a lead from President Trump
to Melissa McCarthy, a comedienne on Saturday Night Live, “President
Trump has hosted a screening of Finding Dory, the story of a
forgetful fish; everybody likes that………Dory is good stuff”
Cinema, has decided that what’s good for the U S President should,
also, be good for its patrons, and will, therefore, be screening
Finding Dory at 2.30pm on Sunday August 20th.
Although it has already grossed US$1,071,000,000 at the box office,
which makes it the 4th
highest grossing animated film of all time, its distributors won’t
be holding their breath for their share of the Glórach door-take;
Glórach Cinema will be hoping for a bumper turnout as it needs your
support and patronage to maintain its Summer
Season of Matinee Magic.
Dory is a 2016 American 3D computer-animated comedy-drama adventure
film produced by Pixar Animation Studios. Dory, as voiced by Ellen
DeGeneres, is a wide-eyed, blue tang fish who suffers from memory
loss every 10 seconds or so, and in that aspect of her character is
not dissimilar to President Trump, sets out on an epic voyage to find
the parents from whom she became separated as a child. Altogether, an
adventure in animation that bests the very best in treasure trail
have invited President Trump to attend, if he happens to be nearby at
his Golf Club in Co Clare and can attend. During his recent visit to
Saudi Arabia, his hosts put on a traditional, male-only, sword dance
in his honour; it has been reported that President Trump participated
in the dance. Not to be outdone, Glórach, as a salute to his
Scottish ancestry, will host a competition of “Tossing the Caber”,
in which he can, also, participate.
President: Céad Míle Fáilte to Glórach.
call 087 1 38 39 40 or just turn up on the day; you’ll need to
bring your own caber!
Information on this release – Call John Nelligan 087 6558649
L Curtin, J Nelligan, M Shanahan, M Smith
294879; CHY 12607
GAMES ALERT!: Abbeyfeale has three competitors in the National
Finals in Abbotstown next weekend, Mai Quinlivan, Amy O’Connor and
Shauna Finn. We’d like to take this opportunity to wish
them the very best of luck in their various disciplines and
look forward to the celebrations when they come home.
"Your modern teenager is not about to listen to advice from an
old person, defined as a person who remembers when there was no
Velcro." Dave Barry
CLASSIC CHARITY CYCLE: A fundraising 60 k/110k cycle for
Abbeyfeale Day Care Centre and Mid Western Cancer Foundation will
leave from Fr. Casey’s Clubhouse on Sunday, August 20 at 10am.
Registration at 8.30am.
TO KNOCK FOR NOVENA: Thursday, August 17. Fare is
€20. A bus will travel and leave the The Square Listowel at
7am, The Church Bus Stop Abbeyfeale at 7.20am and The Bus Stop
NewcastleWest at 7.35am. Book your seat on 0873966399 (9-6pm).
DORY: Thanks to all who supported our screening of Finding
Nemo on Sunday, we're sticking with Pixar and Disney for our
next screening, Finding Dory, the critically acclaimed 2016 film that
will be playing at the Glórach Theatre on Sunday, August 20 at 2.30
pm. Children must be accompanied by an adult, tickets can be
booked by ringing 0871383940.
All are most welcome.
CLEAN: Reilig Ide Naofa Graveyard Mass will take place on
Thursday, August 17 @ 7.30pm..
WEEK IN ABBEYFEALE: “A Park, a Monk, an Earl and a Princess”
is an intriguing look at Abbeyfeale's Natural Heritage of today as
well as having a look into the past and those who walked our streets
200-800 years ago. Sunday August 27 at
pm sharp! Meet and Greet at Town Park. 2.15 Depart on Bus. 2.30
Arrive at Old Railway Station - Talk on Old Railway Station - Talk on
Purt Castle / Earl of Desmond - Q & A. 3.15 Depart on Bus. 3.30
Arrive in Square - Talk on Old Abbey / Thatched Chapel / Fr Casey -
Talk on Leahy's Inn / Daniel OConnell / Princess Belgiojoso- Q &A
. 4.15 Depart on Bus. 4.30 Arrive in Town Park - Talk on
Town Park - Talk on Ellis Estate - Q & A .5.15 Refreshments.
KANE AT THE GLÓRACH: Thanks to all who supported our screening
of Casablanca on Wednesday, no matter how many times one watches that
film it never ceases to enthral and entertain. Citizen Kane up
next on September 6 and well done to Ellen Ring who won two tickets
and a voucher for two meals at Leen's for said date. Thanks
also to Paschal O'Grady (of Tom and Paschal fame) who travelled from
Limerick to help out with the draw and reminisce about his performing
days, including many visits to Abbeyfeale.
OF WORLD MEETING OF FAMILIES PROGRAMME IN KNOCK: Families
representing each diocese will travel to Knock for this special day
on Monday, August 21. A newly commissioned Icon of the
Holy Family will be unveiled and anointed in the Basilica following
which, the Icon will travel to each diocese around the country as
part of the WMOF2018 celebrations. Would you and your family
like to join us on pilgrimage to Knock for this special day?
Please let us know immediately - if we have enough interest, we will
organise a bus! Call us on 061
you are interested -. It is also hoped to have a special
‘Witness Walk’ at 7pm, prior to the Novena evening Mass. This is
to remember the witnesses and follows a route around the village and
Shrine grounds followed by a special blessing in the Apparition
Chapel. Very Rev Diarmuid Martin, Archbishop of Dublin will highlight
family life with ‘When Plates Fly! Pope Francis on the joys and
challenges of family life’ and workshops will be facilitated by Fr
Timothy Bartlett on how to make technology more family friendly.
COMPUTER AND INTERNET TRAINING COURSE: Digital Skills for Citizens
computer and internet training at Abbeyfeale library began recently
and the course will run every Friday for five weeks. It will
then start up again and hopefully, if enough people show interest,
will run continuously. It aims to give beginners the confidence
and skills required to benefit from the internet so farmers who need
to register with the Dept. of Agr should be doing this, elderly
people who are not used to banking on line will find this useful when
our local branch stops providing counter services and as there will
be only 8 people on each course you will get plenty of one to one
help. The course will cover internet security, emails,
search engines and websites, accessing government services,
conducting everyday transactions, shopping, banking and security, and
voice and video calls online. Digital Skills is free to all
participants and beginners are welcome. Participants are encouraged
to bring their laptops or tablet PCs if available. Call Iolar
Training on 089
more information or to book a place.
EMPLOYMENT SUPPORTS: If you are considering Self Employment and would
like to know more about the process involved you should contact our
Enterprise Officer Brenda Heath. We are currently rolling out a
series of FREE Enterprise Training Workshops for all those
considering this route including workshops on Steps to starting your
Business, Book-keeping, Marketing and Health & Safety. If you
wish to find out more please contact Brenda Heath at West Limerick
Resources on 069
our support Worker Dee Collins on 069
SOUTHERN TRAIL: On Saturday, August 26 we hope to
visit the "Old Rail Trail" County Westmeath Greenway which
links Mullingar with Athlone. The option of walking various lengths
or cycling the entire 25mile/40km route will be provided
(bike hire will be extra). Coach departs from Newcastle West, Market
Yard at 8 a.m. with a breakfast stop in Birr and evening
dinner in Moate included for €50 (bike hire will be extra). If
interested please contact Pat Condon, Upper Maiden St.,
Newcastle West 069
preferably between 5-6pm) without delay as all of our previous day
trips have been fully booked.
PARENT & TODDLER GROUP meets every Tuesday and Thursday in St.
Ita's Hall inAbbeyfeale from 11am to 12:30pm. New people always
welcome. This group is a great way to introduce your child to a
pre-school environment, teaching them to play and share with other
children and a fantastic way for parents to make new friends as
well. Activities each week include singing nursery rhymes,
painting/colouring, table-top art and crafts, also messy play, which
encourages children’s imagination and they learn about different
textures & help develop their motor skills (hand eye
co-ordination). Parents have time to chat, with a cup of tea,
sing and play also. Contact Mary at West Limerick Resources on
LIMERICK 102FM: Every Monday evening from 7pm to 7.30pm tune into a
little bit of Heaven with Fr. Kevin.
TOASTMASTER CLUB IN LISTOWEL: The first meeting of the second
season is in the Listowel Arms Hotel on Thursday, September 28 at
8pm. Further details contact wwwtoastmasters.orgor
OPPORTUNITIES: If you’ve experienced a personal setback,
long-term illness, have a disability or are an early school leaver
one of National Learning Network’s full-time Courses will give you
the confidence to open up new opportunities for further training or
employment. If you wish to pursue a career in I.T./Admin we
currently have vacancies on our I.T. Office Skills Programme which is
suitable for beginners or those wishing to advance their current
skills. Nationally recognised awards available on
completion of programme. To find out more: ring Val or Trish at
visit our stand at the Department of Social Protection in
Newcastle West on Tuesday or Wednesday next.
GATHERING: The Munster Pioneer Gathering and Spirituality Day
will take place in The Woodland's House Hotel in Adare on October 1,
2017. This will be a most important day for the future of the Pioneer
Association in Munster.
CLUB NEWS: West Limerick singing club are delighted to announce
that the Garry McMahon mass will be performed by the Listowel choir
in Ennis Cathedral on Sunday morning August 20 @ 10.30 by
the Bishop of Killaloe as part of FleadhCheoilnahÉireann.
The choir will include 2 members of our singing club committee Owen
McMahon and Philip Enright and will be broadcast live on Radio
MORE MONEY THAT’S IN; THE MORE YOU WIN’: West
Limerick 102fm will be holding a fundraising 50/50 Draw with the
raffle taking place weekly live on air in the West Limerick 102fm.
Studios. Each week the pot from the sale of the raffle tickets
will be divided equally between the person whose ticket is drawn and
the station. Tickets only €2 each on sale now in local
shops and West Limerick 102fm offices, Pat O’Donovan offices, North
quay, Newcastle West, Ann Lyons Abbeyfeale and Beauty Bliss
Rathkeale. Call us on 06966200for
further information. Books of 12 tickets are available
from the station for €20 so two free tickets to the seller.
IN TEMPLEGLANTINE: I’m afraid that the summer is coming to an
end and there’s only two more nights left of the weekly Comhaltas
Seisiún show at the Devon Inn onThursday night at 8.30pm. The
show consists of top quality music, song, dance and story provided by
a talented group of artistes, many of whom have won All Ireland
honours. The traditional show is aimed at both locals and
visitors and is very enjoyable. Towards the end of the
programme of entertainment there is an informal segment where members
of the audience may perform if they so wish.
OPENING HOURS: The Abbeyfeale shop will open Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday each week between 10-4pm. Further
information 087 1213560.
MINISTRY TRAINING: The Youth Ministry Team in the Diocese will be
delivering a Youth Ministry Training Programme beginning in September
2017. This course is aimed at adults (aged 21+) volunteers or
professionals who have an interest in working with children or young
people in a parish or school setting. The aim of the training
is to train people to deliver youth ministry programmes and events
within their own parishes, to empower and encourage people at local
level to take on leadership roles in the area of youth ministry.
To offer practical support and resources as well as grounding people
in the theory and theology of youth ministry. The course will
be held on Thursday nights from September to December 2017 beginning
on September 21. Weekend Residential Retreat October 14/15.
There will also be one day of Safeguarding Training on November 11.
The Course Content will include: Introduction to Youth
Ministry, Prayer & Worship, Pilgrimage & Residential,
Children’s Liturgy & Sacramental Preparation, Altar Servers,
Special Liturgies & Youth Masses, Confirmation Retreats, Pastoral
Care & Mental Health, Music, JPII Awards & Justice Projects.
For more information please contact: Aoife Walsh, Limerick Diocesan
Pastoral Centre, Den-mark St, Limerick email@example.com
not return a call to any missed number beginning with a plus sign as
more than likely you’ll be charged premium rates or have your
credit eaten up.It’s
just another scam – it’s a strange world out there anymore and
there is always someone somewhere hoping to relieve you of your hard
you have a strimmer or a lawn mower or a piece of machinery that cost
you money then write down the number of it so that if it is stolen
and the Gardai find it, ye can be reunited.Keep
your Eircode beside the phone so that if you need to direct someone
with a delivery to your house you can give it to them.Preface
your next of kin’s number in your phone with ICE (In case of
you be involved in an accident the services will be able to contact
your loved ones.There
are three new defibrillators in town courtesy of the grant
application written by Maurice O’Connell and Trevor McCarthy of
Abbeyfeale Community Council who are putting in a lot of time and
effort to improve the facilities in Abbeyfeale.They
will be located in the Town Park, at the Church and in the Square. I
hope to be in a position to include contact no’s shortly.The
older Defibrillators are located at the Search and Rescue
Headquarters and also at Fr. Casey’s, the Rugby Club and the Soccer
you require one in an emergency contact Christy Kelleher 087
you are affected by or witness an anti-social event – on the
street, in your property, at your business, in the Town Park etc. -it
is recommended that you call the 24 hour line in Newcastleweston
069 20650 to log your complaint.You
can also log your complaint on the 24 hr free phone no 1800 283064.
This type of low level nuisance crime needs to be reported so that
the Gardai can be made aware that it is happening.So,
if someone walks out in front of your car, or you see someone in your
garden or on your wall make the call.We
have been asked to remind people that once they reach the age of 65
and live alone or with a person/s aged over 65 then they are entitled
to receive a monitored alarm system. The free equipment is
provided by Pobal following an application from Abbeyfeale Community
Alert but there will be a monitoring fee to be paid yearly to the
installing company which is currently in the region of €65.
If you do not have a land line the company will organise a sim card
for a mobile phone for a monthly fee of approx. €12 on top of the
monitoring fee. If you are a victim of or have witnessed
domestic abuse then log onto whatwouldyoudo.ieWe
constantly update our FB page with local alerts and information on
keeping safe so do keep an eye on that. Committee members are Sean
Broderick, Micheal O’Kelly N.T., Seamus Stack, Mossie Gleeson,
Kathleen Collins, Mary McArthur, Buddy and Brenda Barry, John
O’Sullivan, Billy Quirke N.T., Cllr. Francis Foley, Mary Jo
O’Connell, James Joy, Neily Lyons, Marian Harnett and Garda Roger
IN USE OF DEFIBRILLATOR: It is planned to train up a group of
people in the use of defibrillators. If you would be willing to
receive the training please email with your details and contact
number to firstname.lastname@example.org
NIGHT IN PHILIP ENRIGHTS: The monthly singing night
at The Ramble Inn takes place on the first Friday of each month from
PIO DEVOTIONS: There will be no devotions for August but they
will resume in September on the first Tuesday of the month in Monagae
Church at 7pm. Blessing with 1st. class relic.
NOTES: Canon Anthony Mullins 087/2600414. Fr Joseph Foley CC
Tel: Mobile: 087 – 2618412. Parish Church 068/51915.
Parish Office: Open 11:00 – 1:00 p.m. Tues. - Fri. (068)
31133 Email: email@example.com
Limerick Social Services: 061-314111.
A.A. 061-311222 Al-Anon 086-8143425 Bereavement Support: 068 / 31203,
068/ 31262, 068/5198. Parish Support Worker 068/31019 St Vincent De
Appointment 061/314213. Accord NCW 069/61000.
Samaritans: 061 - 412111 or Free phone 1850609090 A.A. 061-311222
Al-Anon 086-814342551984 Console 061-306792. Masses:
No morning Mass Monday, evening Mass at 7pm. Mass Tuesday
–Friday 10am. Saturday 11am. Vigil Mass 7pm. Sunday
Masses 9.30am and 12 noon. Mass
Intentions;.Wednesday. 10am John & Margaret O’Connell,
Kilconlea Upper & deceased family members . Thursday 10am
Tim Harnett, Chicago & Dromtrasna Harnett 7.30pm
Reilig Ide Naofa Graveyard Mass Friday 10am William &
Nora Murphy, Kilmanihan. Saturday 11am Madge
Griffin, Main Street . 7pm William Ahern, Ballybehy .
Eily Mai Barry, Caherlane & deceased members of the Lane
family. Michael O’Donnell, Bogmount Sunday
9.30am Maureen Dore Smith, Mike Dore and Joe Dore
Knocknagoshel. 12noon D M O’Connor & Teresa
O’Connor, Caherhayes . MASS TIMES IN THE PASTORAL AREAS
OVER THE SUMMER: Abbeyfeale; Saturday evening @ 7pm, Sunday at
9.30am &12noon .Athea; Saturday evening @ 7pm, Sunday @ 11am.
Templeglantine; Saturday evening @ 6pm Sunday Morning @ 10.30am.
Tournafulla; Sunday morning 11am. Mountcollins; Saturday
evening @ 7.30pm.Novena prayers to St Anthony on Mondays
during the 7pm Mass. Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help on
Fridays during the 10am Mass. Adoration takes place each
Monday, Wednesday & Thursday from 6-8pm and on Tuesday&
Friday from 8.30am to 10pm.As due to data protection laws, priests
can no longer go to the reception desk in local hospitals and get a
list of parishioners who are patients, you are requested to contact
either Fr. Joe or Fr. Tony if you wish them to visit. Faithcast
is the new weekly podcast from catholicnews.ie,
the news source for the Irish Catholic Bishops' Conference. Presented
by Brenda Drumm, Faithcast is a mixture of interviews and news
snippets from the Catholic Church in Ireland. It is published every
Monday and is available on catholicnews.ie.
Counselling takes place every week in WestLimerick Tel 061/3147213
see the daily readings you may log on to www.abbefelaeparish.ie
and click on daily reading on the home page. Log onto
the church webcam. You can now watch all services from home if
you have access to a computer. You are asked to use car parking
spaces in the Church car park before you start parking in the middle
of the yard. Invitation from Fr. Mullins: “I want to extend
an open invitation to all parishioners, particularly young people to
share their God given talents with the community. We are always in
need of Musicians, Singers, Readers of the Word, Altar Servers,
Ministers of the Eucharist, Flower arrangers, Collectors and
Stewards. You may have IT skills which we need to help us use social
media in bringing God’s message to parishioners. Any help you can
give will be greatly appreciated”.
MEETING OF FAMILIES LAUNCH: The launch of a one-year programme of
preparation for World Meeting of Families 2018 will take place during
the National Novena in Knock on Monday 21 August 2017. At the 3pm
Mass that day each diocese will be represented by a family during the
EXPERIENCE: is a specially designed Support Programme for men and
women who have suffered the loss of a spouse. The next weekend is
being held in the Ennismore Retreat Centre, Cork from Friday October
6 - Sunday October 8. For Application Forms and further details
please contact 087 9886480 or email
MARY, KNOW JESUS, DARE TO BELIEVE” This is the title of a Catholic
Young Adults Conference which is being held on September 2/3 in All
Hallows, Dublin. This is a fantastic weekend packed full of
interesting events and open to all 18-40 year old.
FAMILY MINIBEAST SAFARI: Family Minibeast Safari with
Limerick’s Biodiversity in schools expert Geoff Hunt in Coillte’s
Curraghchase Forest park on Saturday, August 26, become a nature
explorer using all your senses to take part in this Minibeast hunt
for bugs, bees, butterflies, spiders, worms, frogs and more. This is
a family event and booking with Seán Hartigan is essential, there
will be a morning session starting at 11am and an afternoon session
starting at 2pm, children to be accompanied by an adult.
SPORTS COMPLEX: All roads lead to Duagh Sports and Leisure
Complex on August 31 next. A great night of music and fun
to look forward to with Shaun O’ Dowd, Red Hurley, Crystal
Swing, Gina of the Champions, The Conquerors, Keith & Lorraine
all performing on the night. PRO Miriam Gaire says “ To date,
we have completed the ground floor area and it is being utilised to
great effect by the communities of North Kerry and West Limerick. We
are now embarking on the last phase of our project and are
endeavouring to complete the first floor section of the building. The
finishing of our project has taken on a special significance since
the passing of the late Fr Pat Moore. He was a director of the
complex and it would be very fitting for us to finish and name the
facility in his honour. We are also donating a sum of money from the
sale of each ticket in memory of Fr. Pat to the Kerry Cork health
link bus. Tickets are €25 each and can be purchased at the
Duagh Post Office, shops and bars in Duagh as well
as some outlets in Abbeyfeale and Ballybunion and from
from the committee members. Contact 087
Doors open at 7.30 show starts at 8.30”.
2000: The Youth 2000 festival takes place at the Cistercian
College, Roscrea from Thursday, August 17 – Sunday, August 20.
It is open to young people aged 16-35. All food and
accommodation are provided for, all you need is a sleeping bag and a
pillow. Donation requested. Further information from 01
6753690 or firstname.lastname@example.org
DANCING CLASSES: Ballyhahill Parish Hall every Monday night at
Prayer Meeting takes place in Lixnaw Church on the 3rd Tuesday of the
month at 7.30pm. Devotions begin at 6.30pm with Rosary, Mass
and Benediction followed by blessing with a first class relic.
Personal development course beginning the end of October to mid-May
in Killarney - a one year part time course, a journey understanding
life & relationships. Places must be booked - contact Deidre 087
LYONS’S RAMBLING HOUSE: Held on the third Tuesday of the
month in Knockalougha.
Newcastle west Meeting (which serves the greater West Limerick area)
is held every Tuesday from 11am to 1pm at the Desmond Complex for
anyone aged 18 or over. Anyone wishing to know more about
GROW and our services please come to this meeting, check our website
or contact Eimear Purcell at 086-7780664.
REQUIRED: World Meeting of Families in Dublin 2018.
Would you like to help organise this amazing event? We would be
delighted to have you! We need a diverse mix of people with various
skills and experiences to ensure the success of this event. Whatever
your reasons or your focus, we know your skills and experience can
help us and we would welcome your support in helping us create a
successful, historic and joyous event. WMOF2018 volunteers will be
assigned from a wide variety of roles to match their skills and
experience. Tasks may include supporting information and
welcome centres, transport hubs and event services at the major
WMOF2018 venues. A volunteer must be a resident of the island of
Ireland at the time of application. Be over 18 years of age as of 1st
January 2018. Be sensitive and respectful of our Catholic ethos. Must
apply for Garda vetting as part of the application process in line
with the procedure laid down. Be available to volunteer for a minimum
of four consecutive days between 18th and 29th August 2018.
(Shifts will last up to 8 hours and you will be given adequate rest
time). Be available for three mandatory training sessions, starting
before the end of 2017. The training sessions will be on
Saturdays and will last 3 to 5 hours. They will cover Induction, Job
and Venue Specific Training. Advance notice will be given of
dates. Please note that registration is handled online. If you do not
have access to email or a computer, please ask family members or
friends for access to their computer and for assistance with the
volunteer application process. Alternatively, you can access a
computer and support in your local citizens information office
or local library. For more details log on to www.worlmeeting2018.ie
HOSPICE FAIR: For 40 years, Milford Care Centre has provided
the best possible hospice care to the people of the Mid-West. We have
always relied on the strength and support from our community in order
to serve our patients and their families from counties Limerick,
Clare and North Tipperary. On August 27 next we will hold our
32nd Annual Harvest Fair on the grounds of University of Limerick
Sports Arena with a theme of family fun. The fun starts at
11.00am.This year we will have ice-cream, music everywhere, kids’
entertainment, raffles, and a specially designed kid’s zone with
activities planned for the younger ones including a brand new puppet
show, and lots of other fun activities for the young at heart. We
also have a BBQ, cakes stall, pancakes, pig on a spit, popcorn, cool
drinks, the wheel of fortune, many stalls selling lots of goodies,
and lots lots more...We really hope you can come and join us this
year with your friends and family to make it the biggest Harvest Fair
yet, help us continue to provide the highest level of care to our
patients and their families for another 40 years and more.