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Under 12 hurling match against Craanford Tuesday 24th in Ballyroebuck @ 6:30pm sharp.
The best of luck to Tomás Kirwan and Stephen Kenny who represent the club in the County Finals of the Feile Skills Competition in Ferns next Wednesday evening.
Well done also to Tom Kinsella and Ronan Dillon who made the final panel for the county Under 14 hurlers and Martin Byrne who is with the footballers.
Its a great achievement and continued success to them all.
Environment Section of Wexford County Council directly – 053 91 96475
Farm Gate at first bend up Hill Road GPS 52.669733 -6.481374
Gortland’s Gate GPS 52.661041 -6.483003
Kidd’s Gate (left and right) GPS 52.658507 -6.482334
Coast View Gate top of hill on right-angled bend GPS 52.65758 -6.478209
Following a recent meeting with Cliona Connolly, Environment Officer with Wexford County Council and Peter Byrne, manager of waste disposal in the county, the worse areas for fly-tipping on the hill road have been identified.
If you come across litter on the hill, please contact the Environment Section of Wexford County Council directly – 053 91 96475 – and inform them where the litter is. For this reason, each of the gates on the way up the hill has been named, so that the Environment Section will know exactly where the tipping has occurred. They will then come to collect the litter. GPS co-ordinates are also provided.
Starting from the trailhead at the carpark, the first gate on the first bend going up the hill is designated as the Farm Gate.
The next gate is the one above the cottage and is called Gortland’s Gate.
The next openings are left and right, and they are Kidd’s Gate.
The gate at the very top on the right-angled bend is down as Coast View Gate.
Event Ballyellis National School Fun Run and walk
Start Time: 12:00 noon
Askamore Journal 4 front cover
As of today, Friday May 6th, there are just 17 copies of this very popular local photographic resource available to buy.
This book will not be republished, so if you wish to purchase now is the time.
Books are available from Victor Young’s newsagents Carnew.
Under 10 football match against Craanford away Monday 9th at 6:30pm.
Under 12 hurling match against Oulart away Thursday 12th. Please be there at 6:40pm.
Under 14 football match against Duffry Rovers at home on Thursday 12th at 7:30pm.
Under 16 football match against Shamrocks at home Monday 9th at 7:30pm.
The Wicklow Man will play for the social dancers in Askamore this Friday, May 6th.
Come along for a great night’s dancing in comfortable surroundings.
Bar open, supper. 9.30 til late. €8
Bring a friend.
Tonight in Askamore Hall – 7.30 pm
Are you over 55 or do you know anyone over 55?
You can help make Wexford a good place to grow old in.
Is your town / village a safe and sociable place to live in?
Do you have access to the health and public service that you need?
Do you have input into decisions about your locality?
This consultation is an opportunity to have your voice and your opiinions heard.
Bring a friend.