drawn on 2nd November were: 3. 8. 25. 28.
winner: B. & D. Gardiner, Knockaun
for Ballycastle/Belderrig Development Company Local Lotto
are available in John Burkes
the Post Office for the next few weeks.
death occurred recently in Stoke on Trent , England of Mary
Brougham (nee Tighe), late of Carrowmore, Ballycastle.
Sympathy is extended to her husband Tony, daughters Anita
and Fiona, brothers Patrick, Tony, Martin and Michael, her
extended family, relatives and friends.
she rest in peace.
is also extended to Anne Healy, Glencalry on the death of
her brother Anthony Doherty, Glenamoy and to Fionnuala Garvin
(nee Healy, Behy) on the death of her husband Paul Garvin,
they rest in peace.
to the change to Level 5 covid-19 restrictions for six weeks,
there will not be any Mass possibly until early December.
churches are open daily for private prayer.
intentions for this week (included in a Mass offered privately
by Fr. Conlon) are:
& Katie Walsh (Anniversaries) & Deceased
Horsfield & Seán & Michael McHale (Anniversaries)
Donnelly & Deceased Family Members
& Bridie Maughan & Deceased Maughan & Murphy Families
to Michéal Forde, last week's winner (€140)..
are now available in McNamees XL, John Burkes, Post Office,
Belderrig Community Centre and on-line.
new book “Seoda Muigheo Thuaidh” by John Cosgrove has just
been published. It could be described as a ‘from the needle
to the anchor' compendium.
contains pisreoga, paidreacha, beanachtaí, mallachtaí
(some of the latter would'nt pass the Censor), rannta, focal,
seanfhocla, triads etc. A dictionary of North Mayo Gaelic
words and period photographs of the region.
also are short accounts of North Mayo heroes and legends.
hardcover book, containing over five hundred pages, retails
at €30. Though written in Irish, the book has a full
John Cosgrove 096-31138/086-3704762 or Fr. Seán Killeen,
Cloghans (who made a vast contribution to this book) 096-27003/086-8349600.
Button/Carbon Monoxide alarm
you aged 65 or older and living alone and don't have a pendant/panic
alarm - free carbon monoxide alarms also available. Contact
Joe 086-8453067 or Caroline 086-3974408.
Brian McGuire will be in Ballycastle Community Hall on the
first Wednesday of each month from 12noon – 1.00p.m. On arrival,
sign in, disinfect hands and maintain social distancing.