Explore Your Options – Education, Careers and Volunteering information event to be held in Borrisoleigh

Explore Your Options – Education, Careers and Volunteering event will be held in Borrisoleigh Community Hall on Tuesday, November 26th from 10.30 – 12.30pm. This free information session will provide the public with an opportunity to meet representatives with expertise in career guidance, training and volunteering. There will be representatives there from North Tipperary Development […]

Dunkerrin Parish History Society Journal Launch

Dunkerrin Parish History Society have announced the launch of their journal ‘Under Crimblin Hill Vol 2’ will take place on Friday 29th of November in Obama Plaza at 8pm. All are welcome.

Some Frighteningly Fantastic and Ghoulish Goings-On in Limerick this Halloween #HalloweenInLimerick

If you fancy some Frighteningly Fantastic Family Fun or Ghoulish Goings-On for Grown-ups this Halloween, then the only place to be is Limerick! With more than fifty events taking place all across the city and county over the Halloween period, you’ll be spoiled for choice including: Samhain: Limerick’s Halloween Festival will celebrate local folklore and […]

Halloween at Cashel Library

Cashel Library will host a number of events over Halloween for both adults and children to celebrate this ancient tradition. One of our resident historians and designated Witch Maura Barrett will give a lecture on Halloween Traditions and ghosts that are specific to Ireland. This event takes place on Tuesday 29th of October at 7pm […]

Fostering Information Events in Nenagh and Clonmel

Have you always had an interest in becoming a foster carer but didn’t know where to get the right information? If so, come along to one of our information events with Fostering First Ireland in the Abbey Court Hotel, Nenagh on Tuesday 22nd October from 6pm to 8pm or in Clonmel Community Resource Centre, Kickham […]

Local artist, Margaret O’ Brien exhibits at Nenagh Arts Centre

by Kate Walsh Nenagh artist Margaret O’ Brien‘s current exhibition Roads is now showing at Nenagh Arts Centre, Banba Square until Friday 19 October. Margaret is a graduate of Limerick College of Art and Design where she attained her degree in Fine Art. Working mainly in oils, (but sometimes in mixed media), she has exhibited […]

Retool for Climate Action this National Reuse Month

  National Reuse Month is taking place 1 – 31 October and presents opportunities for everyone throughout the country to learn new repair and reuse skills to help the environment. Prevention, reuse and repair are all ways to extend the lifespan of products like clothing and help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Studies have found that […]

The Countdown is on for Féile ’19 taking place this weekend at Semple Stadium

The final stage timetable has been confirmed for this weekend’s festival which will host a world beating range of Irish performers including Sinead O’Connor, The Stunning, Horslips and Sultans of Ping and some very special guests. Curated by Tom Dunne, FÉILE ‘19 will see one of the strongest Irish music line-ups ever assembled take to […]

What Do You Want Your Community To Look Like in 10 Years Time?

Community Wellbeing Vision being developed for Thurles, Templemore and Roscrea Area   The Tipperary PPN (Public Participation Network) is a collective of all the community, voluntary, social inclusion and environmental groups in Tipperary. Established in 2014, the PPN provides the community voice on Tipperary County council committees. It also runs training courses for member groups […]

Literary Festival to hear how local historian Danny Grace helped create a memoir set around Nenagh

Author Maggie Wadey comes to Nenagh with The English Daughter The story of how author Maggie Wadey Castles found her mother’s roots and the warm welcome she received from local historian Danny Grace feature strongly in her moving historical memoir, The English Daughter. In it she tells of coming to Nenagh following her mother Agnes […]

Next Page »