Bray People - - COMMUNITY NEWS -


There was no lotto jack­pot win­ner last week; the num­bers were 1, 5, 9 and 18. There was 3 match win­ners each re­ceiv­ing €70. The next draw is in the Cas­tle Inn on Mon­day, May 9.

New­cas­tle had a dis­ap­point­ing de­feat to Eire Og in the cham­pi­onship last week, kick­ing too many wides and not tak­ing their chances. Hope­fully the lads will bounce back from a dis­ap­point­ing de­feat.


The com­mu­nity would like to ex­press their sad­ness on the pass­ing of Peter Byrne, who died Peace­fully at St Vin­cent’s Hospi­tal. Beloved hus­band of Mary and fa­ther to the late El­iz­a­beth. Lov­ing grand­fa­ther to the late Conor.

He will be sadly missed by his sons Liam, Kieran, Colm, Donal, Fran­cis and Cle­ment, daugh­ters Mar­garet, Joan, Pauline, Veron­ica and Dympna, brother John, sis­ter Susie ( McHugh), brothers-in-law Harry, Tom and John, (re­cently de­ceased sis­terin-law Jean Wal­she) sons-in-law, daugh­ters-in-law, grand­chil­dren, nieces, nephew, rel­a­tives and friends.


Con­grat­u­la­tions to Ellen Broghan, Shauna Car­roll and Eimear Lacey who en­rolled to se­nior branch on Satur­day, May 30, in St Stephens green. These girls started with la­dy­birds, brown­ies and girl guides and are the first se­nior branch girls in New­cas­tle in many years.


Colly Yeo­man has his fit­ness classes in the GAA pitch ev­ery Mon­day and Wed­nes­day at 7 p.m.The body con­di­tion­ing classes take place Satur­day at 9 a.m.


Bad­minton takes place ev­ery Tues­day at 8.30 p.m. New mem-

The North Wick­low coun­try mar­ket takes place in the com­mu­nity cen­tre


Coláiste Craobhn ab­hann play­ers present ‘Sive’ a John B Keane play up­stairs in the Cas­tle Inn this Tues­day Wed­nes­day and Thurs­day at 7.30 p.m. Please come along and sup­port your lo­cal school drama so­ci­ety.

Top prize at last week’s Whist Drive in Rath­drum was shared with S. Brady, M. Whe­lan and M. Flood and B. Kennedy. Third J. Vick­ers and P. O’Fla­herty. Fourth M. Haughton and B. Kelly. Raf­fle win­ners were B. Far­rell and S. Brady. Next Whist Drive will be on Wed­nes­day, May 18, at 8.45 p.m.


Deputy’s Pass has been the scene of a num­ber of Bat­tles in the dis­tant past. This Thurs­day night it will be in­vaded again, but by a friendly force of Rath­drum Walk­ers who will as­sem­ble for their weekly walk through the Leafy Tracks of Bal­lyfree. This is a spe­cial area of preser­va­tion and walk­ers are re­quested to take par­tic­u­lar care.

Last week’s trip to Ballinderry had over 30 par­tic­i­pants and while it was a clear evening and the views were spec­tac­u­lar the Welsh Moun­tains re­mained in the mist. Assem­bly as usual at Rath­drum Me­mo­rial Park 7 p.m. and Deputy’s Pass 7.15 p.m.


The an­nual Corpus Christi Pro­ces­sion will take place in Greenane St Columba’s Church on Tues­day, May 31, start­ing at 7.30 p.m. The Pro­ces­sion will go from the church to the cemetery and re­turn to the church for Bene­dic­tion. All are wel­come.


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