Bun­clody Beat

Enniscorthy Guardian - - NEWS - with Bar­bara-Anne Mur­phy

CHRIST­MAS TREE RECYCLING

Christ­mas Trees can be left for shred­ding at the Recycling Area, Bun­clody AFC from Wed­nes­day, Jan­uary 3, to Satur­day, Jan­uary 12.

Open­ing hours 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mon­day to Satur­day.

BUN­CLODY LI­BRARY

Com­ing up in Bun­clody Li­brary – Satur­day, Jan­uary 12, at 2.30 p.m. – Yoga for adults with Croi Yoga – For a Bright New Be­gin­ning in 2019. A yoga prac­tice with Catherine from Croi Yoga. Join Catherine for an hour of gen­tle but ef­fec­tive yoga prac­tice de­signed to shake off those Christ­mas Cob­webs. Catherine will guide you through an hour long prac­tice to help gently stretch out those mus­cles, move those joints and breathe some vigour and vi­tal­ity back into those lungs. Catherine will work at a pace suit­able for com­plete be­gin­ners while the more ad­vanced yo­gis will also find some­thing to please them dur­ing this hour. – Book­ing es­sen­tial.

Thurs­day, Jan­uary 17, at 7 p.m. Cap­tain Phil Mur­phy, Se­nior Marine Of­fi­cer will present a talk and pre­sen­ta­tion in Bun­clody Li­brary. De­tails about his up­com­ing talk will be confirmed later. Book­ing es­sen­tial.

Thurs­day, Jan­uary 24, at 7 p.m. – Join Aod­hain Scallan for a talk on in­te­rior de­sign and get some ideas and in­spi­ra­tion on home im­prove­ments for the New Year. Aod­hain is the artis­tic in­spi­ra­tion be­hind In­side De­sign, In­te­rior De­sign­ers Wex­ford. She has es­tab­lished a rep­u­ta­tion for her pro­fes­sional, de­tailed and thor­ough ap­proach. She also teaches In­te­rior De­sign in her spare time. Her back­ground is in busi­ness with a fol­low on diploma in In­te­rior De­sign. Book­ing es­sen­tial.

Thurs­day Jan­uary31st at 7 p.m. – Po­etry read­ing with Joe Neal. Award-win­ning ac­tor and poet Joe Neal will share his ‘ tuned thoughts’ on the night. He says of writ­ing po­etry: ‘Putting a poem to­gether is a very strange ex­er­cise of thought: an idea drifts into the mind and grabs your at­ten­tion. It chases af­ter words, set­ting them into a kind of melody. I would call this ‘ tuned thoughts’ – and that may be a good def­i­ni­tion of a poem.’ Joe, who lives near Castle­bridge, will be in­tro­duc­ing poems from his newly pub­lished sixth col­lec­tion – Ros­setti’s Wom­bat. He re­cently re­turned from an arts coun­cil bur­sary tour of New Eng­land and last year won the An­thony Cronin In­ter­na­tional Po­etry Award for his poem Al­legheny Man which, he says, was prompted by a visit to the Al­legheny Moun­tains in West Vir­ginia where he dis­cov­ered a ru­ined cabin and tried to imag­ine the life of the per­son who once lived there. Book­ing es­sen­tial.

Would you like to re­ceive a text mes­sage or email mes­sage about all our up­com­ing events? Please con­tact Bun­clody Li­brary at 053 9375466 and give us your con­tact de­tails.

Adult Read­ing Circle – New mem­bers are al­ways wel­come. Join us any time, just drop in. Reg­u­lar Chil­dren’s Events Tod­dler Story Time

Join us on Fri­day morn­ings at 11 a.m. Come along with your tod­dler or pre-schooler for sto­ries, rhymes and songs. Ju­nior Book Club – Book­ing es­sen­tial for all events. Tel: 053 9375466.

GAA CLUB WALK­ING TRACK

Half­way House Bun­clody GAA Club will light the walk­ing track at the club grounds three nights a week, Mon­day, Wed­nes­day and Fri­day, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. till March. Walk­ers must pay mem­ber­ship to cover in­surance and the cost of elec­tric­ity. an­nual Walk­ing Mem­ber­ship is Adults €10 and OAPs €5 for the year.

If peo­ple are in­ter­ested. Please con­tact James at 087 9594639 for more in­for­ma­tion. Thank you.

GAA BOOK

Half-Way-House/Bun­clody GAA Club are cur­rently com­pil­ing a His­tory of the club from the foun­da­tion of the GAA. If you have any old pho­tos or news­pa­per cut­tings, please con­tact Liam Kelly or Mick Ma­hon, who will be de­lighted to hear from you.

LIVESTREAM­ING FROM THE CHURCH OF THE MOST HOLY TRIN­ITY.

Mass from the Church of the Most Holy Trin­ity is avail­able to watch on­line by livestream. To ac­cess the livestream go to mc­n­media.tv and search for Bun­clody.

All weekly and week­end Masses will be avail­able to view. For de­tails, please con­tact the parish of­fice 053 9376190.

BUN­CLODY MAR­KET

Bun­clody Mar­ket will re­open on Satur­day, Fe­bru­ary 9.

VA­CANT COM­MER­CIAL PROP­ERTY

If you have a va­cant re­tail or man­u­fac­tur­ing premises in Bun­clody town or in the greater Bun­clody area please con­tact Bar­bara-Anne Mur­phy at 087 6736966 or bam­bun­[email protected] gmail.com.

Work­ing in con­junc­tion with En­nis­cor­thy and Dis­trict Cham­ber of Com­merce, we are re­ceiv­ing on­go­ing en­quiries look­ing for var­i­ous premises so if you have a prop­erty to let we will be glad to hear from you.

WHIST

Win­ners at the re­cent whist drives in Bun­clody were: Christ­mas Whist – Top Score Peggy McDon­ald. First Lady: Theresa Byrne sec­ond lady: Eileen Fur­long. Third lady: Mary Lee half time lady: Una Ke­hoe Hatcher: Ann Cow­man, Ea­mon Hayes, Ge­orgina Power, Kitty Ma­hon. First gent: Noel Carter. Sec­ond gent: Michael Mur­phy third gent (tie) Colin Lev­ing­stone/Mary McCarthy Hatcher: Beta Ga­han half time gent: Sadie Mor­dant Low­est Score gent: Michael Byrne lady: Mairéad Red­mond. Whist takes place ev­ery Mon­day in St Mary’s Day Care Cen­tre, Ry­land Road, Bun­clody. First deal at 8.45 p.m. New play­ers al­ways wel­come.

VTOS BUN­CLODY

Bun­clody VTOS, Ry­land Road is en­rolling for QQI cour­ses. If you are aged 21 or over and in re­ceipt of a so­cial wel­fare pay­ment please call in to the cen­tre or phone 086 3837645.

THE MON­DAY CLUB

The Mon­day Club meets at St Mary’s Day Cen­tre, Ry­land Road on Mon­days from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Come along-en­joy a so­cial and in­for­ma­tive gath­er­ing. They will re­sume on Mon­day, Jan­uary 14, with Wel­come Back – Movie Mon­day Keep­ing Up Ap­pear­ances.

On Mon­day, Jan­uary 21, it’s Modern Tech­nol­ogy and on Mon­day, Jan­uary 28, it will be the Monthly Quiz.

Through­out the year there is en­ter­tain­ment, in­for­ma­tion shar­ing, arts and crafts, guest speak­ers, bingo and card play­ing.

This club would suit 60+ age group.

En­trance Fee: €4 which in­cludes tea and light lunch. Come along-en­joy a so­cial and in­for­ma­tive gath­er­ing.

BRIDGE

Bridge will re­sume on this Wed­nes­day, Jan­uary 9, in Red­mond’s, Main Street.

BUN­CLODY VO­CA­TIONAL COL­LEGE

The next Bun­clody Vo­ca­tional Col­lege split-the-pot takes place in Jan­uary.

En­velopes avail­able in Bun­clody Credit Union, Bun­clody VC, Eurospar, Ken Roth­well, O’Reilly’s Su­perValu and Steemers Newsagents.

We thank you for your con­tin­ued sup­port.

ARTS ACT GRANTS 2019.

Car­low Arts Of­fice are pleased to an­nounce that ap­pli­ca­tions are now open for Arts Or­gan­i­sa­tions and Com­mu­nity Groups Grants and In­di­vid­ual Arts Grants for 2019. To down­load the ap­pli­ca­tion forms, head to Car­low.ie, un­der ‘Arts Doc­u­ments and Forms’ or email [email protected]­low­coco.ie Face­book: ‘Car­low Arts Of­fice’.

Clos­ing date for sub­mis­sion of com­pleted ap­pli­ca­tion forms is Fri­day, Fe­bru­ary 15, at 4 p.m.

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