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A big thank you from Round­wood Va­ri­ety Group, to the audiences of their six sell out shows of Joseph in the Brock­agh Re­source Cen­tre in Laragh. You made all the months of re­hearsals all worth­while. Thanks.


Texas Hold ’Em Night in aid of Round­wood AFC this Thurs­day 5th Feb in The Coach House, Round­wood. Regis­tra­tion 8pm. Game start 8.30pm sharp. Food served on the night. For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion con­tact: Mark Burke 086-8639548.


Glendalough Golf So­ci­ety are hold­ing a Fun Ta­ble Quiz in Lyn­hams, Laragh at 8.30pm on Fri­day 6th Fe­bru­ary. Good crack guar­an­teed. Prizes for fun­ni­est an­swer, fun­ni­est team name, spot prizes etc.

Lyn­hams Ho­tel are pro­vid­ing their com­pli­men­tary bus ser­vice on the night (within ap­prox 5 mile ra­dius) from 11.30pm so you can have a few drinks without wor­ry­ing about get­ting home. For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion, please con­tact 087 9170231.


The Wick­low Ac­tive Re­tire­ment have in­vited Round­wood Ac­tive Re­tire­ment to a Valen­tines Tea Dance in the Wick­low G.A.A. on Sun­day 15th Fe­bru­ary from 2.30pm – 6pm and we the Round­wood Ac­tive Re­tire­ment will be putting on a free bus leav­ing Round­wood Parish Cen­tre at 2.30pm and will be col­lected for home at 6pm in Wick­low. Names to Betty Cullen 28181703.


Pub­lic Meeet­ingThe Round­wood & District Com­mu­nity Coun­cil will hold a pub­lic meet­ing in Round­wood Old School at 8pm on Mon­day the 9th of Fe­bru­ary. Is­sues to be dis­cussed will in­clude traf­fic calm­ing in the vil­lage, park­ing at the Health Cen­tre, the re­view of the county de­vel­op­ment plan and other lo­cal is­sues.

Every­one is wel­come to come along - to raise any is­sues of con­cern or to just check out what is hap­pen­ing (or not hap­pen­ing!!) in our com­mu­nity. New res­i­dents are es­pe­cially wel­come.

For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion on the Round­wood & District Com­mu­nity Coun­cil please see www.round­


Would you like a week in France this Easter? The tour leaves on 8th April and re­turns on the 15th April, 2009. Fly­ing to Lyon for a week in the moun­tains in La Bour­bourle, with some day tours and great food. Tour starts from Round­wood for an all in price. For more de­tails tele­phone 0404 45276 any evening af­ter 8pm.


The re­sults of the whist in aid of the Se­nior Cit­i­zens is as fol­lows:-Top Score: Kay Plun­kett; First Gent: Bill Mur­phy; Sec­ond Gent: Mary Pierce; First Lady: Pa­tri­cia Byrne; Sec­ond Lady: Mary Jo O’Mal­ley; First Half: Joe Cole­man; Sec­ond Half: Jimmy Mol­loy/May Kenna (shared); Long­est Sit­ting: Pat Fisher and Low­est Score: Tiney Shortt.

Raf­fle prizes were won by Mary Jo O’Mal­ley, Jenny Hill, Ann Pierce, Bill Mur­phy & Pa­tri­cia Byrne. The next whist will be on 11th Fe­bru­ary.


Come along to Ka­vanagh’s Lounge on a Thurs­day night from 9.00pm un­til 11.00pm for some Set Danc­ing and the bit of craic with CDs. Looking for­ward to your con­tin­u­ing sup­port and meet­ing you on the dance floor.


Please note that An­gel Heal­ing will con­tinue on Mon­day nights the Old School at 7.30pm. For more in­for­ma­tion please con­tact Mary Stacey at 087 9819420.


There was no win­ner in last weeks lotto. The num­bers drawn were 4, 13 18 & 20. There were eight match three win­ners, Billy Gaynor, Sean Pierce, Jackie Hughes, Tri­ona Snell, Pa­tri­cia Byrne, Lynn & Gerry, Suzanne & Johno & Selina Roche. Next weeks jack­pot will be €12,800.

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