Kathy Ryan (56) from Cashel who is living with dementia since 2014 is calling on you to support the 55,000 people with dementia using your signature

The Alzheimer Society of Ireland is calling on the Government to invest €40 million towards community supports for people with dementia which has been outlined in the Pre-Budget Submission ‘Dementia Care Begins at Home – Building a Community of Care’. Kathy Ryan from Cashel, was diagnosed with younger on set Alzheimer in 2014 is also […]

Artist duo French & Mottershead look at society through the lens of local shops at Cashel Arts Festival 2017

A photographic project by UK artist duo French & Mottershead (Tate Modern, The Photographers Gallery) has been commissioned for Cashel Arts Festival 2017. The Shops Project asks owners, staff and customers of selected Cashel shops to become involved in making a series of photographs and a public exhibition investigating what we buy and who we […]

Clonoulty Rossmore Vintage Club Seek Volunteers

Clonoulty Rossmore Vintage Club will hold their annual bucket collection in aid of South Tipperary Hospice Movement on Saturday 1st July in Thurles, Cashel, Tipperary and Clonmel towns. We would appreciate any help on the day. If you have a free hour or two please contact Mary on 087-3522726 or any club member.

The Search Is On In Tipperary To Find “Ireland’s Radio Kids!”

Ireland’s best known and loved Summer camp, STARCAMP, ARE CELEBRATING THEIR 10TH BIRTHDAY and have teamed up with TODAY FM to find Ireland’s littlest radio presenters this Summer. They are seeking children from every corner of Ireland to report on their local news from Today FM Studios live on air for what promises to be a great opportunity for them, […]

Irish Cancer Society appealing for volunteer drivers in Tipperary Town, Cashel and Clonmel

The Irish Cancer Society needs new volunteer drivers in the Tipperary area for its Volunteer Driver Service. It specifically needs drivers in the areas of Tipperary Town, Cashel and Clonmel.   This is a free transport service and is available to cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy treatments in Limerick University Hospital. The driver service is free […]

Starring role for Rock of Cashel in new tourism campaign in Italy

Millions of commuters in Milan are seeing eye-catching ads for Ireland, featuring a spectacular shot of the Rock of Cashel, on trams operating in the city right now. It’s all part of Tourism Ireland’s latest promotion in Italy, to highlight the island of Ireland for holidays and short breaks in 2017. The campaign is being […]

Zero Waste Cashel Website Launched

A new website has been launched to aid the town of Cashel on its journey towards Zero Waste. The new website www.zerowastecashel.ie was launched by Cllr. Roger Kennedy, Cathaoirleach- Cashel/Tipperary Municipal District on Thursday 27th April in Spafield Family Resource Centre, Cashel. Representatives of several community groups were in attendance on the day along with […]

Tipperary – The Place, The Time To Target Indigenous and FDI Jobs

Tipperary’s coming of age as a single county will see it wipe away 180 years of division as it embarks today on its first ever campaign to promote the entire county for inward investment. The ‘TIPPERARY – THE PLACE, THE TIME’ campaign is the latest advancement by the county following the amalgamation of its two […]

Tipperary Projects To Share In Energy Efficiency Grants – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has welcomed the announcement by the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment Denis Naughten that a number of energy efficiency projects in County Tipperary are set to receive significant levels of funding under the 2017 Better Energy Communities Projects Scheme(BEC). Deputy McGrath was speaking as projects like the Energy Communities […]

Proposed Ward Closure In Cashel May Have Detrimental Effect On South Tipp General – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has said he is deeply concerned about proposals to close St Michael’s Ward in St Patrick’s Hospital Cashel as well as the subsequent knock on effects it may have for other facilities in the region. Deputy McGrath was speaking as fears increase that over a dozen beds will become unavailable at […]

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