Photos: Urlaur Pattern 2018 – Part Two

There was music, song, dance, the Micheal McDermott Cup, athletics and the Dominic Henry Memorial Cup and so much more… #UrlaurPattern Brendan Magee & Eugene Cunningham kept everyone entertained on the main stage, along with a host of entertainers including the Battle of the Bands and Sean Óg I headed over to the fun athletics and…

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 29th July

This is Wille Bermingham (1942-1990), a member of the Dublin Fire Brigade. More than once he attended scenes where elderly people had died alone. Saddened by these deaths and shocked by the conditions in which many had lived (and died), Willie felt drawn to do something in response. He set up a charity called ALONE,…

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Kilkelly Festival – 2018

The 2018 Kilkelly festival takes place this August Bank Holiday Weekend with events for the whole family. Kilkelly / Kilmovee Magazine will be announcing the winner of their ‘Come Home’ Competiton, Mayo TV will also be there too. There will be a 5K walk and Tractor Run on Sunday 5th in aid of Pieta house…

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Campa Samhraidh – 2018

A fun-filled Irish camp will take place from 7th-10th August in Kilmovee  Community Centre. The camp is for 5-12-year-olds and will have plenty of fun games, arts and crafts, drama etc. Places will be limited and booking is at Kilmovee FRC 094 9649814. The cost is €25 per child and is from 10am to 3pm and will be facilitated by a qualified Irish speaker

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Urlaur Pattern 2018 – Line Up

This August 4th see the annual Urlaur Pattern take place features this year include: MASS IN THE ABBEY at 1.00 pm. There will be “Tunes by the Lakeside” after Mass with The Devaney Family and Fr. James McDonagh. Music By Brendan Magee and Eugene Cunningham from 2-5pm. There will follow music by Seán Óg from…

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 15th July

A common happening! We can be so slow to involve ourselves in events, situations and people’s lives. There is, all too often, the feeling that someone else will do it. Sometimes this is the case. Alas sometimes, not! We need at times to name names, assign tasks, put the shoulder (maybe even “my” shoulder) to…

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