I established Kilmovee Info in 2009 which has now become the #1 point of contact for many community groups & clubs from the Parish. Along with news & information about whats happening Kilmovee Info attends events and publishes photos here and across our social media. #kilmovee

Drama Group Presents – Mother Knows Best

Carracastle/Kilmovee Drama Group presents ‘Mother Knows Best’ A three-act comedy in Kilmovee Community Centre on Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th March at 8pm. Tickets, costing €10, on sale and admission on the door. Proceeds shared between Kilmovee Shamrocks and Drama Group. Refreshments will be served. Your support would be appreciated.

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 11th March

I was once asked to be the executor of a will. The man who died hadn’t much to leave to anyone and his instructions were simple and to the point. He did, however, have a few requests around his burial. He wanted a very plain wooden coffin with no ornamentation. He also asked that his…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 4th March

In the midst of many funny messages received in recent days around #BeastFromTheEast, I got this one and it made me think as well as smile. It was posing the question along these lines: “When people are given weather warnings, they listen and prepare but when people speak about the coming of Jesus and repentance,…

Red Alert Weather Warning

A Status Red snow and ice warning has been put into effect for all counties with blizzard conditions expected from early on Thursday afternoon. The warning came into effect at 11pm Wednesday evening and will remain in place until 3pm on Friday. The storm is expected to spread northwards across the country from Thursday afternoon,…

Baby Sleep Training in Kilmovee

Self-soothing for babies, advice on sleep patterns for baby, toddler and young children Baby Sleep Training Establish a bedtime routine. Free EVERYONE WELCOME Contact Caroline on 087 6151675 or chealy@southmayo.com to secure place. Kilmovee Community Centre, 6th March 9.30 a.m. – 12.30 p.m.

Weather Warning – Extreme Cold

Temperatures across Ireland will be five to 10 degrees lower than normal with significant wind chill and “persistent bands of snow” starting from mid-week. Snowfall will largely affect the eastern part of Ireland on Tuesday but will become much more widespread from Wednesday with significant and disruptive accumulations. Met Eireann has issued a stark update to…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 25th February

There’s no denying the different view we get from a mountaintop. What seems well known to us, takes on a totally new look when viewed from the vantage point. Even when flying out of Knock, within minutes the ground beneath looks like a foreign land and we can be hard pressed to recognise even our…