Bunclody/Kilmyshall Drama Group will present ‘The Man from Clerihan’, a oneact comedy by Paul Maher from Saturday, November 18, to Tuesday November November 21 at 9 p.m. in Redmonds’ Loft, Bunclody. Booking advised 085 1232576 by text only please.
LADIES’ FOOTBALL AGM
Half-Way-House \ Bunclody Ladies’ Football AGM will take place on Saturday, November 18, 8 p.m. in Redmond’s Bunclody. Players and parents of players are asked to attend. New members welcome.
Mt. Leinster Community Employment CLG has a vacancy for a Grounds Person/Maintenance at Bunclody AFC. (Soccer Club). The Job Reference numbers is CES 2056191.
Bunclody Tidy Towns has two vacancies for General Operatives based in Bunclody Job Reference number CES 2056190. The age limit is from 21 years upwards. To check your eligibility please contact DEAS.P Bridgepoint, Enniscorthy 053 9239300.
Then to express interest and to collect an application form please call to Bunclody parish office (053 9376190): Open from 8.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Monday to Thursday, and Friday 8.30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Garda vetting will apply.
Closing date: Monday, November 20.
Bunclody Storytelling House meets in St Aidan’s Hall, Irish St., Bunclody on Thursday, November 23 – the fourth Thursday of the month at 8 p.m. Admission free and all welcome.
Bunclody Market is open every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in St Aidan’s Hall and has stalls of different produce all produced in and around Bunclody. Stalls can be found in St Aidan’s Hall, Irish Street and Market Square, Bunclody on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Please call in have a look. Tea and coffee served only €3. The Market are currently holding a raffle with two gorgeous hampers as prizes with proceeds in aid of Wexford Women’s Refuge. Your support will be very much appreciated.
Bunclody Market Christmas party will be held on Friday, December 8, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Come along and view the market. There will be Usborne Books, crafts, Knitwear, Unique Scarf Tops, Kindling, bric-a-brac and lots more, we will be having a mulled wine reception along with mince pies, free entry, raffle remember to shop local. If you can’t make it on Friday make sure call in and bring the kids along on Saturday, December 9, when there will be a special visitor Santy calling in to check that all the boys and girls are behaving. Check out our Facebook page for more details.
Science Week 2017 takes place from November 12 to November 19. This year Wexford County Council, supported by funding from Science Foundation Ireland, is delighted to present the first weeklong science festival in County Wexford to promote science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).
There are 27 events taking place in public libraries in Bunclody, Enniscorthy, Gorey, New Ross and Wexford. These are complemented with a festival highlight, a special showcase event with 18 exhibits and demonstrations in the Wexford County Council building at Carricklawn on Friday, November 17.
There is something for all ages and interests; from It Takes Guts, a demonstration brought to you by the London Science Museum to cosmetic chemistry, from particle physics to aeronautical science; from CSI forensic science to brewing beer; from space travel to robotics, 3D printing, maths puzzles and designing games. Please do see the programme and plan a family day out.
This year the national theme for Science Week, designated by Science Foundation Ireland is #BelieveInScience. We are being asked this week to take every opportunity to discover the potential that science and discovery offer in Ireland, today and in tomorrow’s world.
For more information, to see the full WexSci Programme at your local library and at the Science Showcase, and to book your place at any of the events, please visit wexfordcoco.ie/ScienceWeek To learn more about the Wex Sci Science Showcase on Friday, November 17, please contact Mary Savage at 053 9196569 or email email@example.com.
All are welcome to attend but places are limited and events must be pre-booked.
November 1 to November 30 – ‘Small Creatures’ exhibition – a selection of sculptures created by the local community of Bunclody through a collaboration between the Arts Department of Wexford County Council and art.
Bank, Bunclody continues at the library for the month of November.
Thursday, November 16, at 7 p.m. – CSI Forensic Science Workshop for adults – ‘Crime Scene’. As part of Science Week, join us for this exciting and practical workshop to see how forensic science works to solve crimes at a crime scene.
Thursday, November 23, at 7 p.m.
– A Musical Evening with Local Artists – Continuing our series of the very popular musical evenings here at library. A mix of traditional, folk and other genres of music will be on offer.
Thursday, November 30, at 7 p.m. – Homeopathy with Antoinette Byrne.
Regular Adult Events Junior Reading Circle ‘Book Cave’ is on Thursday, November 30, at 4 p.m.
Adult Reading Circle
The next meeting is on Friday, December 8, at 11 a.m. New members are always welcome.
Regular Toddler Story Time – Join us on Friday mornings at 11 a.m.
Come along with your toddler or preschooler for stories, rhymes and songs.
Bunclody Library branch is a wonderful – and free – resource for families.
Check out what we are reading this week. Not to be missed. Booking essential for all events. Tel: 053 9375466.
THE MONDAY CLUB
The Monday Club meets at St Mary’s Centre, Ryland Road, Bunclody on Mondays. Come and join us and brighten up your Monday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Throughout the year there will be information sharing, entertainment, arts and crafts, guest speakers and many more topics.
Monday, November 20 – ‘Modern Technology’ FCJ Students will help you improve your skills on phone, tablet, laptop, etc.
Also ‘Christmas Arts and Crafts’ which will be on sale in the Millrace Hotel for the local Christmas Evening Market on Friday, December 1, Monday, November 27 – ‘Christmas Arts and Crafts’ With Anne from Lily Bloom.
Entrance Fee is €4 which includes tea or coffee and Light Lunch. This Club will suit the 60+ age group. Transport not provided.
BUNCLODY VOCATIONAL COLLEGE
Bunclody Vocational College’s next split-the-pot draw is Friday, November 24, Envelopes available in O’Reillys SuperValu, Eurospar, Ken Rothwell, Bunclody Credit Union and Bunclody Vocational College.
Bunclody Vocational College will hold a fashion show in the Millrace Hotel on Friday, November 24, Tickets at €10 each available through the school. A great night out is promised.
PARENT AND TODDLER GROUP
Bunclody Parent and Toddler Group meets on Wednesdays From 10 a.m. to midday in St Aidan’s Hall, Irish Street. Admission €3. This is a great place to meet other parents in a nice relaxed atmosphere.
Whist is on Monday evenings in Bunclody Day Care Centre, Ryland Road. First deal 8.45 p.m.
River’s Edge, Bunclody hosts bingo every Wednesday night at 9 p.m. Each month a €200 donation from the proceeds is made to a local charity. So if you enjoy a good night out, make your way to River’s Edge on any or every Wednesday evening.
Christmas Evening will take place on Friday, December 1, in the Millrace Hotel from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. with a wide variety of crafts on sale. For more information please contact Marianne Jackman, places still available.
BENEATH MY ANGEL WINGS
Beneath My Angels Wings, the organisation supporting families bereaved of their children are hosting a memorial service in St Aidan’s Cathedral, Enniscorthy on November 26 at 7 p.m.
The annual Remembrance Mass for people connected with the parish will take place in Bunclody on Friday, November 17, and in Kilmyshall on Friday the 24th both taking place at 7.30 p.m. If you wish to have someone remembered at these Masses, please contact the parish office in Bunclody 053 9376190 or Kilmyshall 053 9377188 More details closer to the dates.
ArtBank is open Tuesday to Saturday two to 5.30 p.m.
For information 053 9375200 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Bunclody Tourist Office is open seven days per week from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. The number of visitors calling into the office looking for information is remaining higher than initially expected.
If you would like to volunteer to help out in the Tourist Office please contact 087 1992892 and Úna will be only too happy to hear from you.
Bunclody Tourist Office is the only volunteer led Tourist Office in the south-east.
RURAL SOCIAL SCHEME
Carlow Rural Social Scheme is currently recruiting. To qualify you need to be: Actively farming one hectare of land, have an active herd or flock number, making a basic payment application, be in receipt of a qualifying means tested Social Welfare payment. A Spouse/Partner, Daughter/Son or Brother/Sister of an active farmer who has the qualifying Social Welfare payment may also qualify for the scheme.
For more information or to find out how you could benefit from the Rural Social Scheme please contact Niamh Murphy, RSS Co-Ordinator, Carlow County Development Partnership CLG., Main Street, Bagenalstown, Co. Carlow.
Phone 059 9720733 Mobile: 086-0418554 Email: nmurphy@ carlowdevelopment.ie