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    Reuse Month – Free Books in Kilmovee Community Centre

    Kilmovee Community Centre has hundreds of books that are needing a new home. We have everything from fact through A-Z of fiction. Pop in and treat...

    Kilmovee Shamrocks – Junior B Championship Finalists

    Kilmovee Shamrocks take on Moy Davitts in Junior B Championship Final this Friday. This is their first adult county final since 1990 so please come...

    Last Autumn Lecture – The Holy Wells of Ireland

    Come down for an interesting night in the Thatch Cottage on Wednesday 18th October when visiting American professor Dr Celeste Ray will give a...

    Met Éireann: Hurricane Ophelia – Most Severe Weather Event for 50 years

    All unnecessary travel should be avoided on Monday, is the Key Public Safety & Information Messages while the storm is passing... You can track the progress of...

    Dept. of Education Advises Schools To Close

    Schools advised to close following Met Éireann's status red warning as Storm #Ophelia approaches and batters the West. Following a special meeting of the Government Task...

    Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 15th October

    As mentioned a few times in recent weeks, the timing between weekend Masses is a little short when one priest is celebrating both. This will become more of an...

    Kilmovee Community Centre – Update 10th October

    Kilmovee Community Centre is as busy as ever, check out the latest events and services. AUTUMN LECTURE - Wednesday 11th October – Brian Leyden, award-winning Irish novelist,...

    Kilkelly FRC – Update

    Kilkelly FRC is opening a Second-Hand Clothes Shop. The money raised will be used to fund the office and the food bank and any heating bills we may...

    Community Council Meeting – October 2017

    There will be a meeting of Kilmovee Community Council on Thursday 12th October @ 9.00pm in Kilmovee Community Centre. It will be followed by meeting...

    Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 8th October

    That’s what the man decided! He felt his son would be respected by the tenants and sent him in that belief. Alas, it was not to be....